- Title:Norman Blake And Tony Rice
- Date of release:
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- Size MP3 version1311 megabytes
- Size WMA version1187 megabytes
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Norman Blake (born March 10, 1938) is a traditional American stringed instrument artist and songwriter. Blake was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and grew up in Sulphur Springs, Alabama. He listened to old-time and country music on the radio by the Carter Family, the Skillet Lickers, Roy Acuff, and the Monroe Brothers (Charlie and Bill Monroe). He learned guitar at age 11 or 12, then mandolin, dobro, and fiddle in his teens. When he was 16, he dropped out of school to play music professionally.
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Like consummate musicians, for their first album together Norman Blake and Tony Rice largely ignored flash and speed in favor of songs and mood. There is some exceptional flatpicking here, but even the more manic passages are tempered by a softness that is striking, and perhaps even a little disappointing, in its modesty. Once the listener gets past the desire to hear hardcore chops, though, the album reveals its full beauty, especially in Blake's gorgeous "Last Train From Poor Valley" and Rice's cover of Gordon Lightfoot's "I'm Not Sayin'
Blake & Rice is an album of American guitarist Norman Blake and bluegrass guitarist Tony Rice, released in 1987.
Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals – Norman Blake (2). Guitar, Vocals – Tony Rice.
Norman Blake chronology. Blind Dog (1988)Blind Dog1988. Blake & Rice 2 (1990). The Fields of November/Old and New" (1992)String Module Error: Match not found1992. Tony Rice chronology. Bluegrass Album, Vol. 5 (1988) Bluegrass Album, Vol. 51988. Norman Blake and Tony Rice 2 (1990) Norman Blake and Tony Rice 21990. Devlin (Tony Rice album)" (1992) String Module Error: Match not found1992. Lincoln's Funeral Train (The Sad Journey to Springfield)" (Norman Blake) – 4:14. Molly Bloom" (Alan Mundel) – 2:39. D-18 Song (Thank You, Mr. Martin)" (Jerry Faires) – 3:58. Back in Yonder's World" (Norman Blake) – 3:54. Bright Days" (Norman Blake) – 2:14. Salt Creek" (Traditional) – 3:10.
Norman Blake and Tony Rice - Blake And Rice (1987) Phish - 2004-08-13 Coventry FM Soundcheck, Coventr.
Tony Rice (born David Anthony Rice, June 8, 1951, Danville, Virginia) is an American acoustic guitarist and bluegrass musician. He is considered one of the most influential acoustic guitar players in bluegrass, progressive bluegrass, newgrass and acoustic jazz.
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|A1||New River Train||3:25|
|A3||Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar||3:32|
|A4||Little Beggarman / Gilderoy||3:05|
|A5||The Shipyard Apprentice||4:13|
|A6||Medley: Fiddler's Dram / Whiskey Before Breakfast||4:40|
|A7||I'm Comin' Back But I Don't Know When||2:43|
|B1||New Chance Blues||2:15|
|B2||Green Light On The Southern||3:43|
|B3||I'm Not Sayin'||2:16|
|B5||Ridge Road Gravel||2:25|
|B7||Last Train From Poor Valley||3:32|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Copyright (c) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Licensed From – Americana Records, Inc.
- Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals – Norman Blake
- Guitar, Vocals – Tony Rice
- Mastered By – George Horn
- Producer – Norman Blake , Tony Rice
- Recorded By, Photography By [Cover] – Bill Wolf
- Sleeve Notes – Phil Hood
NotesTitle on back sleeve: "Rice & Blake"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: T4988 041 20035 0
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