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Bill Monroe - Bill Monroe 1950-1954 FLAC album


Performer: Bill Monroe
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Bill Monroe 1950-1954
Country: France
Released: 1977
Style: Bluegrass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1401 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1398 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1925 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Lead Vocals – Bill Monroe (tracks: A2 to A8, B2, B3, B5, B8), Carter Stanley (tracks: B1), Jimmy Martin (tracks: B6, B7). Mandolin – Bill Monroe (tracks: A1 to A8, B1 to B8). Piano – Owen Bradley (tracks: A5, B3). Tenor Vocals – Bill Monroe (tracks: B1, B6, B7). Notes. Re-issue Of Bluegrass Special Records -France 1975 Feb 3, 1950 Apr 8, 1950 Mar 17, 1951 Mar 29, 1951 July 1, 1951 July 6, 1951 July 18, 1952 July 26, 1952 Nov 28, 1953 Jan. 19, 1954.

In 1950, Bill Monroe had been on his own with the Bluegrass Boys for over 11 years and had been a Grand Ol Opry member for over ten. More importantly, he had had a successful run with Columbia Records and had left as his music had continued to develop for what he perceived to be a brighter, more lucrative future with Decca in 1950. As usual, Monroe's instinct was correct.

The discography for the American bluegrass musician Bill Monroe includes a selection of compilation albums. No duplicates are listed. Bill Monroe - The Essential 1945-1949, Booklet, Columbia C2K 52478. Bill Monroe - Blue Grass 1950-1958, Booklet, Bear Family Records BCD 15423. Bill Monroe - Blue Grass 1959-1969, Booklet, Bear Family Records BCD 15529. Bill Monroe - Blue Grass 1970-1979, Booklet, Bear Family Records BCD 15606. Bluegrass Discography. The Online Discographical Project. Guitarists included none other than Jimmy Martin from 1950-1954, then Carter Stanley (briefly) before Eddie Mayfield, Jackie Phelps, and Doug Kershaw signed on. Bassists Ernie Newton and Bessie Lee Mauldin joined the band for the first time on these recordings, as did Buddy Killen briefly, and then Culley Holt.

Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 4, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer. Famous for playing comic "blonde bombshell" characters, she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1950s and early 1960s and was emblematic of the era's changing attitudes towards sexuality.

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Tracklist

A1 Bluegrass Ramble
A2 My Little Georgia Rose
A3 Alabama Waltz
A4 The Old Fiddler
A5 The Prisoner's Song
A6 Travelin' Blues
A7 Rotation Blues
A8 Lonesome Truck Driver's Blues
B1 Cabin Of Love
B2 Country Waltz
B3 A Mighty Pretty Waltz
B4 Pike County Breakdown
B5 Wishing Waltz
B6 I Hope You Have Learned
B7 Sitting Alone In The Moonlight
B8 Changing Partners

Credits

  • Banjo – Rudy Lyle (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to A8, B1, B5 to B7), Sonny Osborne (tracks: B2 to B4)
  • Bass – Ernie Newton (tracks: A5, A7, A8, B2 to B7), Howard Watts (tracks: B1,), Joel Price (tracks: A1 to A4, A6)
  • Drums – Ferris Coursey* (tracks: A5,)
  • Fiddle – Charlie Cline (tracks: B2 to B7), Gordon Terry (tracks: A7, A8, B1), Hal Smith (tracks: A6), Tommy Jackson (tracks: A5), Vassar Clements (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Guitar – Carter Stanley (tracks: A7, A8, B1), Grady Martin (tracks: A5, B7, B8), Jimmy Selph* (tracks: A5,), Jimmy Martin (tracks: A1 to A4,A6,B2 to B7,)
  • Lead Vocals – Bill Monroe (tracks: A2 to A8, B2, B3, B5, B8), Carter Stanley (tracks: B1), Jimmy Martin (tracks: B6, B7)
  • Mandolin – Bill Monroe (tracks: A1 to A8, B1 to B8)
  • Piano – Owen Bradley (tracks: A5, B3)
  • Tenor Vocals – Bill Monroe (tracks: B1, B6, B7)

Notes

Re-issue Of Bluegrass Special Records -France 1975
Feb 3, 1950 [A1 to A3]
Apr 8, 1950 [A4]
Mar 17, 1951 [A5]
Mar 29, 1951 [A6]
July 1, 1951 [A7,A8]
July 6, 1951 [B1]
July 18, 1952 [B2]
July 26, 1952 [B3, B4]
Nov 28, 1953 [B5,B6]
Jan 19, 1954 [B7,B8]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BS 1 Bill Monroe Bluegrass Special ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label BS 1 France 1975