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Dom Flemons - Prospect Hill FLAC album

Performer: Dom Flemons
Genre: Blues / Folk and World music
Title: Prospect Hill
Released: 2014
FLAC version ZIP size: 1652 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1588 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1457 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Prospect Hill by Dom Flemons, released 01 July 2014 1. Til' the Seas Run Dry 2. Polly Put the Kettle On 3. But They Got It Fixed Right On 4. Have I Stayed Away Too Long? 5. Georgia Drumbeat 6. I Can't Do It Anymore 7. Sonoran Church Two-Step 8. Too Long I've Been Gone 9. Marching Up to Prospect Hill 10. It's A Good Thing 11. Grotto Beat 12. Hot Chicken 13. San Francisco Baby 14. My Money Never Runs Out.

Dom Flemons, a founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, goes solo with his new album 'Prospect Hill,' now streaming at USA TODAY. It's Flemons' third solo album, but his first since leaving the Grammy-winning string band last fall. I wanted to show people the other parts of my repertoire that I never really got to showcase in the Chocolate Drops," Flemons says. On this record, I tried to bring up tunes that showed my own talents as a musician. I also dusted off some tunes I've written over the past several years.

In 2014, Prospect Hill saw Flemons enlist other musicians on his recording. These included Ron Brendle (bass), Guy Davis (banjo, harmonica, percussion and backing vocals), Keith Ganz (banjo and guitar), Brian Horton (clarinet, saxophone), Ben Hunter (drums, fiddle, backing vocals), Pura Fé (backing vocals), Joe Seamons (backing vocals) and Kobie Watkins (drums). The project entailed depicting the story of African Americans who helped to shape the American West, and the tunes they were familiar with.

Dom Flemons’ Prospect Hill. Posted on 12th April 2016. Title: Prospect Hill. Ah, a good time can be had with our Dom and that’s no lie. Ostensibly seen as a folk artist, the first track on this finger picking banjo artist’s new album, ’Til the Seas Run Dry, takes you back to the early articulations of syncopated and trad jazz. There’s a wholly nostalgic air about Flemons delivery that – whisper it quietly – sounds a little like Kenny Ball in style. I know, shocker, but it’s fun nevertheless.

MP3 Music, December 1, 2016.

Guitar – Keith GanzVocals, Guitar – Dom Flemons. 9. Marching Up To Prospect Hill. Bones, Body Percussion – Dom FlemonsHarmonica, Body Percussion – Guy Davis (3). 1:28. 10. It's A Good Thing. Vocals, Banjo, Body Percussion, Voice – Guy Davis (3)Vocals, Guitar, Bass Drum – Dom Flemons.