Bristol Mountain Bluegrass | My Bristol Mountain Home

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My Bristol Mountain Home

by Bristol Mountain Bluegrass

Music based in the old banjo and guitar styles of the southern mountains.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. My Bristol Mountain Home
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2. Potter's Wheel
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3. Over the Hill to the Poorhouse
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4. A Flower on the Mountain
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5. Yellowjacket
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6. You Were There With Another
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7. I Went to the Church
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8. Long, Lonesome Road
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9. Midnight Getaway
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10. Far Away and Lonely
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11. Blueridge Cabin Home
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12. Beaumont Rag
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13. Sitting on Top of the World
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14. Noah
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bristol Mountain Bluegrass features the Bristol Brothers. The multi-instrumentalist duo The Bristol Brothers
Don Springer and Richard Hood ---have championed
old-time mountain music and bluegass so long you'd
think they started it. These fellas are a piece
of Americana that routinely needs to be enjoyed
or at least referenced so that musically, culturally,
we don't forget from where it is we came.


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