Sam Bush & David Grisman

Hold On, We're Strummin'

Hold On, We're Strummin'

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Set One

Hartford's Real 363

4107-TRACK

Swamp Thing 298

4108-TRACK

Intimo 353

4109-TRACK

Jamgrass 741 389

4110-TRACK

Sea Breeze 470

4111-TRACK

Old Time Medley 223

4112-TRACK

Weeping Madolin Waltz 331

4113-TRACK

Arachnid Stomp 95

4114-TRACK

Crusher and Hoss 180

4115-TRACK

The Old South 170

4116-TRACK

Mando Space 92

4117-TRACK

Ralph's Banjo Special 186

4118-TRACK

'Cept Old Bill 161

4119-TRACK

Rhythm Twins 35

4120-TRACK

Danl Boone 245

4121-TRACK

Hold On, Im Comin' 569

4122-TRACK

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Show Notes
Close friends since 1965 when Grisman put his Lloyd Loar mandolin in a teenaged Bush's hands, this most dynamic string duo has created an acoustic tour de force. This historic release features eleven new Sam & David originals, showcasing the psychic interplay and stylistic fluidity that have permeated their stellar careers.

Kicking off this meeting of the mandolin minds is "Hartford's Real," an impassioned tip of the hat and heart to music legend John Hartford. Samís signature slide mandolin playing leads the way on "Swamp Thing," while David's Dawg music influence is felt in the grooves of "Sea Breeze" and "Intimo." The spirit of their longtime musical friendship is clearly evident as their styles merge on "Jamgrass 741," "Weeping Mandolin Waltz" and "Crusher & Hoss" (the nicknames of their legendary mandolins).

Bluegrass aficionados will revel in the Sam and David treatment of "Ralph's Banjo Special" and "Dan'l Boone," while "The Old Time Medley" takes you back to bygone days with Sam on fiddle and David on 5-string banjo. "The Old South" has a distinct gospel tinge filled with mournful grace.

Rounding out the project are Jethro Burns' "'Cept Old Bill," a tasty bit of wry bluegrass humor that letís everyone know who's the boss, and the deliciously funky cover of (the other) Sam and Dave's soul classic "Hold On, I'm Comin'." Guest artists appearing include Doc Watson accompanist Jack Lawrence, Enrique Coria and Jim Kerwin of the David Grisman Quintet and the legendary Hal Blaine making a cameo appearance on drums.
Reviews for this item

telluride nut 8/24/2005 12:02:31 PM

"MOre Sam Bush please!!! he is the king of jamgrass and isnt jamming what this website is about?? PLease more BUSH"

Rick 1/5/2005 2:38:32 PM

"A great CD, one I highly recommend. It`s great to see some Sam Bush here. Hopefully, we`ll get some live performances up in the near future!"