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Joel Hobbs - Good Dogs Always Eat

By Mandolin Cafe
November 8, 2011 - 10:00 am

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Joel Hobbs - Good Dogs Always Eat

Joel Hobbs - Good Dogs Always Eat

Good Dogs Always Eat is the title of a new release of original compositions from multi-instrumentalist Joel Hobbs, Director of the Austin Mandolin Orchestra.

On this project Hobbs covers mandolin, mandola, mandocellos, guitars, tenor uke, whistles, Hammond organ, accordion, fretless bass and percussion.

Supporting musicians include Paul Glasse on 5-string electric mandolin, Bret Boyer on guitars, Sean Kelly on upright bass, Chris Peterson on fiddles, Richard Somers on Mandolins and Darren Dyke on percussion.

Selections:
Brisk
Tickling the Dragon's Tail
Jasmine
Under the Sky
Aspettandolo
Il Boccolo di San Marco
Ki-puka
Stella Kwela
Clancy's Farewell
Chugboat's Bolero
Heart Mountain Highway
In Appreciation of Small Miracles

Listen: Joel Hobbs' original composition Under The Sky with support from Paul Glasse on electric 5-string mandolin.

Additional information:
Purchase: amazon.com
JoelHobbs.com

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