Jimmy Gaudreau - The Gaudreau Mandolin Album album flac
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Written-By – Cobb*, Yellin*
Written-By – Gaudreau*, Cloud*
Written-By – Graves*, Flatt, Scruggs*
|A4||A Maiden's Prayer
Written-By – Wills*
Written-By – Traditional
|A6||Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
Written-By – Bach*
|B1||New Camptown Races
Written-By – Wakefield*
Written-By – Cramer*
Written-By – Hubbard*
|B4||Eight More Miles To Louisville
Written-By – Jones*
Written-By – Gaudreau*
Written-By – Gaudreau*
- Banjo – Fred Pike (tracks: A1, A2, B1,B3, B5, B6), J.D. Crowe (tracks: A3, A5, B1)
- Bass – Bobby Slone (tracks: A3, A5, B1), Jimmy Gaudreau (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B2, B3, B5, B6)
- Fiddle – Bobby Slone (tracks: A4, B4)
- Guitar – Fred Pike (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2,)
- Lead Guitar – Glen Lawson* (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B2 to B6)
- Mandolin – Jimmy Gaudreau (tracks: A1 to A6, B1 to B6)
- Percussion – Steve Goetzman (tracks: B2, B6)
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Grease Brothers*, Jim McGuire
- Piano – Steve Lyon (tracks: A6,B2)
- Rhythm Guitar – Fred Pike (tracks: A1, A5, B5, B6)
Musicians: ・Jimmy Gaudreau (Mandolin, Bass ) ・.
The Gaudreau Mandolin Album. Released: January 1, 1979.
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Small as its fingerboard is and played most often by trilling with a pick at high speed, the mandolin is a natural for playing fast as well as having a particularly lovely tone and an ability to ring out and fill in the spaces around other instruments. These features have helped make it a standard item in a bluegrass band, but when the instrument takes the lead in the hands of a player as accomplished as this man is, then listeners are entering a whole new world
Jimmy Gaudreau is a singer and mandolinist playing traditional and progressive bluegrass music. He is best known for his solo albums, and his work with The Country Gentlemen, Tony Rice, and J. D. Crowe. In high school in the '60s, Gaudreau performed as a professional musician, playing electric guitar in his band Jimmy G & the Jaguars. The band played dances and Saturday nights at his uncle's Rhode Island beachfront restaurant.
Musicians: Jimmy Gaudreau: mandolin, mandola, octave mandolin, bouzouki, guitar Mike Auldridge – pedal steel and resophonic guitar Richard Bennett - lead and rhythm guitar Bill Brown – rhythm guitar Bill Emerson – banjo Moondi Klein – rhythm guitar and harmony vocal Jens Kruger – banjo Emory Lester – acoustic bass Stuart Martin – 12-string guitar Wyatt Rice – rhythm guitar Steve Riggs – acoustic and electric bass Mark Schatz – acoustic bass Joe.
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Gaudreau's allegiance to his own heart and mind has won him a proud place in some fantastic bluegrass outfits over nearly a half-century of picking. He has also become an advocate for electric mandolin, to no one's surprise considering his generation and outlook, and has also performed on the modern five-string version of that instrument. He joined the Country Gentlemen in 1969 and although it was early in his career, it was a move that attracted quite a bit of attention to him as he was replacing the well-loved mandolinist John Duffey . A pair of duo records with Klein followed in 2012 and 2014, and Give Us Strength, a gospel-folk album with singer Elle Mears, was released in 2017.
Jimmy & Moondi are having more fun now than ever - honing their craft and wowing audiences with every show. Their love of the music and the fun are infectious when they are in front of an audience. Jimmy joined the legendary Country Gentlemen and it launched a career which has since included stints with numerous nationally known bands and artists.