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Sparkle - Various - Gone Phishin (A Bluegrass Tribute To Phish) (CD, Album)

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  1. Arashisar
    Jul 29,  · This release by Phish would become their seventh official studio album. It includes 14 concise songs, cut down from countless hours of studio work. Much of the album is seeded from these hours of improvisational jamming that the foursome eventually broke down to find their favorite musical moments, to then later write lyrics around.
  2. Mokree
    Pickin' On is a series of rock and country tribute albums performed in a bluegrass style. The records are released by CMH Records.. The albums are recorded by bluegrass studio musicians for example Dennis Capinger playing all instruments on ten tracks on the Pickin' On Lee Ann Rimes album.. Discography.
  3. Bazilkree
    Subtle Sounds: The Best of Pickin' on Phish features 14 of the hottest tracks from both our best-selling bluegrass tributes. It's a Phish-head's dream: sparkling improvisations based around acoustic instruments such as banjo, mandolin, dobro and fiddle, and a fitting tribute to the band's legacy of musical experimentation and exploration.5/5(2).
  4. Shakagrel
    Various Artists - Still Phishin': A Bluegrass Tribute to Phish, Vol 2 () Tracklist: 1- All Things Reconsidered 2- First Tube 3- YEM 4- Julius 5- Maze 6- Farmhouse 7- Weekapaug Groove 8- Mike's Song Various Artists - Electric Psychedelic Sitar Heads Yonder Mountain String Band - .
  5. Brale
    Pages in category "Phish tribute albums" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
  6. Vikree
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Still Phishin': A Bluegrass Tribute to Phish, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  7. Arashizil
    Aug 22,  · AllMusic Review by Al Campbell Gone Phishin: A Bluegrass Tribute to Phish provides an interesting musical turn, taking 12 songs by the jam rockers and reinterpreting them with traditional bluegrass arrangements played by studio musicians.6/

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