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miércoles, 29 de marzo de 2017

David Grisman Quintet • Quintet '80 [Deluxe Edition]



In early 1980 David Grisman recorded the first of four studio albums for Warner Brothers Records. Quintet ‘80 introduced a newly formed quintet featuring multi-instrumentalists Mike Marshall and Mark O’Connor, bassist Rob Wasserman and founding member Darol Anger on violin and cello. The original LP has been out of print for nearly three decades and this Deluxe Edition presents all of the original master takes plus five previously unissued alternate takes, all newly transferred to the highest quality sound format available (24 bit, 96khz) at Acoustic Oasis.
http://www.acousticoasisdownloads.com

Grisman grew up in a Conservative Jewish household[1] in Hackensack, New Jersey.[2] He started his musical career in 1963 as a member of Even Dozen Jug Band. His nickname "Dawg" was affectionately assigned by his close friend Jerry Garcia in 1973 (the two met in 1964 at a Bill Monroe show at Sunset Park in West Grove, Pennsylvania). "Dawg Music" is what he calls his mixture of bluegrass and Django Reinhardt/Stéphane Grappelli-influenced jazz, as highlighted on his album Hot Dawg (recorded Oct. 1978, released 1979).[3] Stephane Grappelli played on a couple of tracks on Hot Dawg and then the 1981 recording Stephane Grappelli and David Grisman Live. It was Grisman's combination of Reinhardt-era Jazz, bluegrass, folk, Old World Mediterranean string band music, as well as modern Jazz fusion that came to embody "Dawg" music.[4]
Grisman's father had been a professional trombonist at one time and had young David begin piano lessons at the age of seven. In the early 1950s, Grisman heard the beginnings of rock 'n' roll and was influenced by pop music and everything he heard. Following his father's death, when David was 10, he drifted away from the piano. He took it up again when he was about 13 or 14, soon discovering folk music through the Kingston Trio, a group that became popular during the American folk music revival.
David and three friends from his school then met folklorist and musician Ralph Rinzler in Passaic, New Jersey, and became greatly influenced by Rinzler's vast knowledge about traditional music. During this period, Greenwich Village in New York City was already bustling with folk musicians, and David realized what he wanted to do with his life. In 1963, Grisman played in the Even Dozen Jug Band, who recorded an album that year on Elektra Records.
Grisman did a Red Allen and Frank Wakefield session for Folkways Records in 1963 but didn't perform with Red Allen and the Kentuckians until 1966. Also in 1966, Grisman recorded Early Dawg, a live recording from a show in New York that featured the talents of Del McCoury on guitar and vocals, and Jerry McCoury on bass. The album was not released until 1980. Grisman then played mandocello on Tom Paxton's album Morning Again (Elektra, 1967).[5]
In 1967, Grisman was in a psychedelic rock group called Earth Opera with Peter Rowan. In 1973, Grisman joined Rowan, Vassar Clements, Jerry Garcia and John Kahn to form the bluegrass group Old and in the Way. It was while with this group that Garcia gave him his nickname, after a dog he saw behind Grisman while they were driving in Stinson Beach.[6] In 1974, Grisman, Rowan, and Richard Greene joined Bill Keith, and the late, great Clarence White, in the group Muleskinner. In 1974, Grisman was also in The Great American Music Band. Then in 1975 he started his own band, the David Grisman Quintet (DGQ), which released its first album in 1977.
Grisman also played mandocello on Bonnie Raitt's album Sweet Forgiveness (1977).

David Grisman Bluegrass Experience at DelFest, May 30, 2010
In addition to performing with the Quintet, Grisman also performs with his bluegrass group, the DGBX (David Grisman Bluegrass Experience). Other members of the DGBX are Keith Little on banjo, Chad Manning on fiddle, Jim Nunally on guitar and Samson Grisman on upright bass. He has also recorded an album and toured as a duo with John Sebastian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Grisman


 



01 - Dawgma - 3:38 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin (heads & first solo)
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - mandolin (rhythm & second solo)
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

02 - Bow Wow - 4:32 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - cello
Mike Marshall - guitar
Mark O’Connor - violin
Rob Wasserman - bass

03 - Barkley’s Bug - 4:16 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - rhythm mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar duet
Rob Wasserman - bass

04 - Sea of Cortez - 5:23 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violectra, string arrangement
Mike Marshall - rhythm mandolin, violin
Mark O’Connor - guitar, violin
Rob Wasserman - bass

05 - Naima - 2:43 (John Coltrane)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

06 - Mugavero - 5:13 (John Carlini)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

07 - Dawgmatism - 5:03 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - rhythm mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

08 - Thailand - 11:10 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - rhythm mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

09 - Bow Wow - 5:42 alternate take 1 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - cello
Mike Marshall - guitar
Mark O’Connor - violin
Rob Wasserman - bass

10 - Bow Wow alternate take 2 - 4:15 (Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - cello
Mike Marshall - guitar
Mark O’Connor - violin
Rob Wasserman - bass

11 - Bow Wow alternate take 4 - 4:41 ((Grisman)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - cello
Mike Marshall - guitar
Mark O’Connor - violin
Rob Wasserman - bass

12 - Naima alternate take 1 - 2:41 (John Coltrane)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

13 - Naima alternate take 2 - 2:44 (John Coltrane)
David Grisman - mandolin
Darol Anger - violin
Mike Marshall - mandolin
Mark O’Connor - guitar
Rob Wasserman - bass

Total Time: 62:31
DELUXE EDITION
QUINTET 80
All instruments heard on this recording are acoustic.
Produced by David Grisman for Acoustic Oasis
Recorded & mixed at 1750 Arch Studios by Bill Wolf
Alternate takes mixed at Dawg Studios by Dawg
Executive Producer - Craig Miller
HD Mastering - Dawg
Original Art Direction & Design - Suzanne Phister & Richard Escasany
Photography - Keith Silva
Design - Dave “FM” Moretti






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