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Robert Bowlin - Twin Guitar Workshop flac album

Robert Bowlin - Twin Guitar Workshop flac album
Twin Guitar Workshop
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We affectionately call Robert Bowlin. The World's Greatest Bluegrass Guitar Player". Robert was the 1979 National Guitar Champion & Bill Monroe's final fiddle player. We think you will agree when you hear his beautiful twin & trio guitars in this instructional & listenable album. Robert plays the MELODY, SOLO & HARMONY PART for 10 tunes (three parts on Blackberry Rag!). The melody guitar is isolated in the left channel, while the harmony guitar is in the right. It is recorded with a full Bluegrass band.

We affectionately call Robert Bowlin.

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Robert Bowlin (born September 22, 1956 in Pocahontas, Arkansas) is an American bluegrass and country musician. Bowlin started playing ukulele when he was one, and by the time he was five years old he had picked up the guitar. In 1978, Bowlin won second place in the National Guitar Flat Pick Championship at the Walnut Valley Festival, in Winfield, Kansas. The next year, in 1979, he won first place in the festival's Finger Style Guitar Championship.

Twin Guitar workshop. Twin Mandolin Workshop.

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Various ‎– Guitar Workshop. Label: Transatlantic Records ‎– TRA (D) 271. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold. Companies, etc. Printed By – Robert Stace & Co. Ltd. Recorded At – Riverside Recordings.

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A1 Blackberry Rag 1:56
A2 Swing 39 3:36
A3 Fishers Hornpipe 2:12
A4 Cuckoo's Nest 2:20
A5 Stoney Creek 1:53
B1 Stumbling 2:41
B2 Irish Spring 1:57
B3 Roxanne Waltz 3:10
B4 Bill Cheatham 1:51
B5 Pocahontas Gal 2:12


  • Banjo – Kevin Kirkpatrick
  • Fiddle, Guitar, Bass – Robert Bowlin
  • Mandolin – Bob Clark
  • Resonator Guitar – Dan Huckabee