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Ice Caps: Peaks of Telluride

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  • Posted January 15, 2012

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    A Bit of a Jumble

    There is a lot of good music here but the different bands and styles are distracting. Bush seems to be demonstrating how eclectic his musical tastes are but the acoustic and electric songs don't seem to mesh. I also am docking this 1/2 star for the annoying Pastor Mustard, who isn't funny and takes up space that could be given to another song. Fans of New Grass Revival will probably want this CD anyway.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fantastic Live Set

    Sam and friends really let loose on these tracks! Bela plays awesome banjo and you can't go wrong with Jerry Douglas. In fact, you can't hear anyone play the dobro anywhere unless it is Jerry Douglas. The guy is like the mafia. He controls the industry and hordes all the gigs to himself. It makes me nauseous just thinking about it. Let's hear some other dobro players! There must be a good market for jobs in that area, unless Jerry Douglas actually assassinates any of his competition.

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