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WISEMAN, Mac Bluegrass 1971

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catalog number: CDRRY1059

weight in Kg 0,100


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WISEMAN, Mac: Bluegrass 1971

(2010/Rural/Man-Do-Lin) 15 tracks


WISEMAN, Mac - Bluegrass 1971 Medium 1
1: Wabash Cannonball  
2: I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home  
3: Me And Bobby McGee  
4: Liberty  
5: Four Walls Around Me  
6: I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand  
7: Blue Birds Are Singing For Me  
8: Sweet Heart You Done Me Wrong  
9: Will You Be Loving Another Man  
10: I'll Be All Smiles Tonight  
11: All I Have To Offer You Is Me  
12: Are You Washed In The Blood  
13: Jimmy Brown The Newsboy  
14: Mac Wiseman On The History Of Bluegrass  
15: Prisoner's Song  


Artikeleigenschaften von WISEMAN, Mac: Bluegrass 1971

  • Interpret: WISEMAN, Mac

  • Albumtitel: Bluegrass 1971

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Bluegrass 1971
  • Release date 2010
  • Label RRY

  • SubGenre Country - Bluegrass

  • EAN: 0732351105928

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Wiseman, Mac"

Mac Wiseman's Birthday Roast

Mac WisemanMalcolm 'Mac' B. Wiseman was born on May 23, 1925 in Crimora, near Waynesboro, Virginia. His belated recognition recalls Duke Ellington who, when he was passed over for a Pulitzer Prize at 67, humorously observed that fate didn’t want him to be famous too soon.  The 'Voice with a Heart' has waited even longer, even though his broad appeal has survived for over 65 years since his first solo records. 

Highlights of his unique career include bringing twin fiddles to bluegrass, and introducing banjo geniuses Allen Shelton, Don Bryant and Eddie Adcock to the world.  His love of music begins with bluegrass and extends through the pop and country music worlds to a special love for sentimental heart songs from generations past.

 Both Jimmie Brown The Newsboy (1875) and Love Letters In The Sand (1931) were already classics
Mac Wiseman when Mac’s new interpretations became career hits. On one occasion he even teamed with big band leader Woody Herman to sing My Blue Heaven” (yes, it’s on Bear Family). Mac was toasted in last September‘s Bluegrass Unlimited by Don Bryant, who tells good stories on himself and Mac too.

Friends and colleagues will come from far and wide on Saturday to roast Mac on the occasion of his nine-decade anniversary, the release of a brand new book, 'All that’s Fit to Print,'and a collection of duets with old friend and admirer Merle Haggard.  It’s our good fortune that we continue to enjoy great music from Mac himself, whose long and wondrous career shows no signs of slowing down.

Mac WisemanDick Spottswood

Mac Wiseman on Wikipedia -




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