Rick Ross | Fireflies in the Rain

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Fireflies in the Rain

by Rick Ross

Acoustic Country Blues, including 12-string & slide guitar
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Rainy Day
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3:06 album only
2. Trouble in Mind
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3:19 album only
3. Mole's Moan
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2:48 album only
4. Ella Speed
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2:38 album only
5. Fireflies in the Rain
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4:18 album only
6. Another Fine Mess
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1:37 album only
7. On a Dime
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1:59 album only
8. Mobile-Texas Line
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4:36 album only
9. Therapy
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2:07 album only
10. Desolation Dreams
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3:30 album only
11. Orphan's Blues
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12. Secret Love
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13. Sinkin' Creek
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14. The Little Beggarman
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Album Notes
Rick Ross has absorbed guitar styles ranging from finger-picked country blues (including bottle-neck or slide guitar) as practiced by the young Tom Rush, to bluegrass flat-picking as practiced by players such as John Herald and Norman Blake. He still performs many traditional and jazz-era tunes, as well as originals, and has adapted much of his repertoire to the unique sound of the 12-string guitar. His eclectic repertoire, although centered around the blues, ranges through country, bluegrass, and traditional and contemporary folk music.

Originally from New York State by way of Florida, Rick now lives in Granby, Connecticut.


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richard hendricks

all in all a very well paced and well balanced recording
trouble in mind has all the elements i love in a blues tune
nice moving bass line and bluesy harp feel
loved the banjo on another fine mess and sinking creek
on a dime reminiscent of a johnny cash style but with a complex guitar part
all in all a very well paced and well balanced cd

Chris Delgado

Great Cd I like Ross and his music