"Will The Circle Be Unbroken" performed by the Country Gentlemen
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From the 1991 album "The Country Gentlemen Sing and Play Folk strains and Bluegrass"

Originally self-governing in 1961, Folk vocal musics and Bluegrass was the low album by the band far-famed retrospectively as “The Greco-Roman” Country Gentlemen: Charlie Waller (guitar), John Duffey (mandolin), Eddie Adcock (banjo), and Tom Gray (double-bass). Together they created a odd full-dress, accretionary cantabile horizons and attracting new audiences. They rightfully earned the band their reputation as the originators of liberal bluegrass.

This album bears umteen of the hallmarks of their peculiar realized, such that as a knifelike-fringy repertoire bolstered by a variety of facilitatory and shouted techniques. For example, listen to Gray’s high-powered deep on “Little Bessie” and the grouping
’s outstanding trio harmonies on “Remembrance of You.”

These sixteen neostandardalal performances were digitally remastered and reissued in 1991, accompanied by vocal music texts and new notes by folklorist Neil V. Rosenberg.

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