The New Seldom Scene Album is an album by the progressive bluegrass Maryland band The Seldom Scene. Big Rig" (Taylor) 03:44. If That's the Way You Feel" (Stanley, Stanley) 02:59. Easy Ride from Good Times to the Blues" (Pedersen) 03:05. Paradise Valley" (trad. California Earthquake" (Crowell) 05:22. Answer Your Call" (Starling) 03:59. I Haven't Got the Right to Love You" (Buchanan, Claude) 02:38. Song for the Life" (Crowell) 03:32.
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For example, in jazz fusion Bandleader-composer Miles Davis album Bitches Brew, producers like Phil Spector and George Martin were soon creating recordings that were, in practical terms, almost impossible to realise in live performance. The first version of Song for the Life was recorded by The Seldom Scene on their 1976 album The New Seldom Scene Album, singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards also recorded the song on his 1976 release Rockin Chair produced by Brian Ahern.
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Biography by Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. A highly rated force in the newgrass strain of bluegrass, with excellent harmonies and musicianship.
Act III. Studio album by The Seldom Scene. Bluegrass, progressive bluegrass. The album features the band in their "classic" lineup.
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Act Two (The Seldom Scene album). Act 2 is the second album by the progressive bluegrass band The Seldom Scene. The band continues to benefit from all their trademarks: John Starling folkie lead vocals blend with high tenors of John Duffey, completed with Mike Auldridge's third vocals and Dobro solos, plus all that strengthened by Tom Gray's solid bass playing, not to forget Ben Eldridge's banjo and John Duffey's mandolin fancy licks.