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Stanley Brothers - Banjo In The Hills (5-String Banjo) FLAC album

Performer: Stanley Brothers
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Banjo In The Hills (5-String Banjo)
Country: US
Released: 1980
Style: Bluegrass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1274 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1162 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1174 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 599

SLP 106. reissued 1964 as Nashville NLP-2014. Sacred Songs from the Hills. Back of 33rpm album cover "In Memory of Carter Stanley/ An Empty Mansion by The Stanley Brothers. Testimonial story by Ralph Stanley. Old Homestead Records OHCS 118. ^ Malone, McCulloh 1975, p. 426. ^ Rosenberg 2005, p. 80. ^ Wright 1995, p. 3. 82.

When You And I Were Young & Red Wing 10. Shout Little Lulie 11. Five String Drag 12. Snow Deer.

The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo. The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo is a 2009 album by Steve Martin, featuring Dolly Parton, Vince Gill, Earl Scruggs, Tim O'Brien, Tony Trischka and Mary Black. It contains 15 songs and is the first album focusing on Martin as a musician.

SLP-104 - Banjo in the Hills - Various Artists Banjo In the Hills - Stanley Brothers/Gonna Paint The Town - Stanley Brothers/That Happy Night - Stanley Brothers/Road Walked by Fools - Jim Eanes/Blue Sunday - Jim Eanes/Don't Do It/Banjo Breakdown - York & Hale/Little White Washed Chimney - Bill Clifton/Take Back The Heart - Bill Clifton/Flowers From The Hillside - Bill. SLP-155 - 14 Mountain Songs Featuring 5-String Banjo - Lonesome Pine Fiddlers Windy Mountain/Lonesome Pine/Two Kinds Of Blues/Why Do You Treat Me The Way You Do/Eatin' Out Of Your Hand/Kentucky Hill Special/Two Timin' Baby//I'm All Alone/What Can I Tell My Heart/Lost In This World/Lonesome Pine Ramble/Pretty Little Indian/He Showed.

Deering Deluxe 5 String Banjo. For sale is about a 1980 Deering Deluxe 5 string banjo. The Deluxe model was Deering's first real entry into the pro banjo line in 1979 Deering Goodtime 2 5-String Banjo (Used).

There was an album in the 1970s called "Melodic Clawhammer Banjo", I enjoyed listening to it, but it didn’t sound really Irish even when they were playing Irish tunes, it sounded American. The 5 string has a very distinctive timbre. I wouldn’t mind in the least if somebody turned up to the session with a 5 string one week, I wouldn’t be so happy if they came back week after week, unless they did somehow manage to make the thing sound Irish. The range of the tenor banjo is usually a whole octave below a 5 string and gives you the ability to play a tune in a lower octave and be more supportive of the other melody players. If my band mates want more volume they’ll tell me to play the tune in a higher octave.

The Avett Brothers (2). UK (2). Vega banjos (2). Women in Banjo (2). World of Bluegrass (2). Zombie Killer (2. Strum Fun On the 5-String Banjo.


A1 Train 45
A2 Rang Tang
A3 Shout Little Lulie
A4 Shamrock
A5 Red River Valley
A6 Snow Deer
B1 Lonesome Traveler
B2 Sourwood Mountain
B3 Big Booger
B4 When You And I Were Young And Red Wing
B5 Stoney Creek
B6 Five String Drag

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gusto Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Diamond Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Gusto Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Diamond Records
  • Distributed By – Diamond Records


©℗ 1976 Gusto Records, Inc. (J-card)
© Gusto Records, Inc. 1976 ℗ Diamond Records Ltd. 1980 (labels)
Manufactured and Distributed by/Fabrique et Distribue par Diamond Records

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
872 The Stanley Brothers America's Finest 5-String Banjo Hootenanny ‎(LP, Album) King Records 872 US 1963
SK 872 Stanley Brothers* Banjo In The Hills : 5-String Banjo ‎(LP, Album, RE) Starday Records SK 872 US 1977
SK 872 The Stanley Brothers America's Finest 5-String Banjo Hootenanny ‎(LP, Album, RE) Starday Records SK 872 US Unknown
872, LP 872 The Stanley Brothers America's Finest 5-String Banjo Hootenanny ‎(LP, Album) King Records , Regency 872, LP 872 Canada 1963