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Aubrey Haynie - The Bluegrass Fiddle Album (2002) [Bluegrass]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Aubrey Haynie - The Bluegrass Fiddle Album (2002) [Bluegrass]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 09 Jan 2017, 06:12

Artist: Aubrey Haynie
Album: The Bluegrass Fiddle Album
Genre: Bluegrass
Label: Sugar Hill
Released: 2002
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
  1. Buckner's Breakdown
  2. Hamilton Special
  3. McHattie's Waltz
  4. Ducks on the Millpond
  5. Smith's Rag
  6. Bluegrass in the Backwoods
  7. April's Reel
  8. Make a Little Boat
  9. Ookpik Waltz
  10. Long Cold Winter
  11. First Day in Town
  12. Bill Cheatham

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The best thing about Aubrey Haynie's fiddling is that he's so smooth and fluid. The Bluegrass Fiddle Album is not likely to draw any new fans to the genre, but bluegrass regulars will appreciate how deftly the hugely talented Haynie works through originals, traditionals, and covers of artists like Kenny Baker and Arthur Smith. On his third and most old-school-styled album, Haynie's tone is always dead on, whether he's paying homage to Florida legends like Chubby Wise and Vassar Clements on the slow and gentle "McHattie's Waltz" or burning the barn down with the freewheeling traditional "Bill Cheatham." With legends Tony Rice and Sam Bush in his band, Haynie can't really go wrong. The Bluegrass Fiddle Album is an excellent, straight-up bluegrass record played in a traditional style that will impress those wary of bluegrass fusion and crossover, and though it won't break out like a Nickel Creek album, the beauty of Haynie's playing is sure to bring a grin to your face.
Review by Charles Spano

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