Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3

Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3

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The third volume of Sounds of Wood & Steel makes it a little less plain that these collections are as much a tribute to Taylor guitars as they are to acoustic music. But if excellent acoustic music played by stellar musicians is your thing, the advertising angle isn't gonna bother you a bit. This set hosts a few less

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Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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What better way to pay tribute to the acoustic guitar than with an album by some of the world's most proficient and influential players? The musicians are world-class, and so is this album. Dave Matthews commands with "Litho Blitho," while Robben Ford surprises with a unique version of Louis Armstrong's "St. James Infirmary." Kenny Rogers, Randy Dorman and Rick Harper team up for an unforgettable "Night Winds;" Doyle Dykes paired with Duane Eddy are an unbeatable twosome. All the stars whether singer, songwriter, guitar soloist or producer are here. It's a must-have for guitar aficionados.