Mike Auldridge Eight String Swing
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- Released: August 15, 1992
- Label: Sugarhill
- 1.Stompin' at the Savoy
Personnel: Mike Auldridge (guitar, dobro); Pete Kennedy (guitar, mandolin); Phil Rosenthal (guitar); Ben Eldridge (banjo); John Duffey (mandolin); Jimmy Arnold (fiddle); Peter Bonta (piano); Tom Gray, Rico Petrucelli (bass guitar); Robbie Magruder (drums).
As the title suggests, Mike Auldridge recorded Eight String Swing with a specially-made, eight-string dobro, which helped him ease his music out of traditional bluegrass and into country, jazz, western swing, and folk. Auldridge is joined by several of his Seldom Scene cohorts and fiddler Jimmy Arnold on the album, and the sympathetic support adds depth to both the originals and the eclectic covers (Duke Ellington's "Caravan," Willie Nelson's "Crazy," Benny Goodman's "Stompin' at the Savoy"). ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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