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    John Riechman is some good fiddle tune-y stuff to get into! especial his album "walk on john!"

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    Wow guys i have alot to listen to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UsuallyPickin View Post
    Let me mention two ... Emory Lester and Radim Zenkl
    I came across this Emory Lester track yesterday which made me an instant fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagger Gordon View Post
    That was the most amazing thing ive ever heard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xav88 View Post
    That was the most amazing thing ive ever heard!
    Well, I'm glad you liked it. That's what this thread is all about. Actually it's perhaps what the Cafe is all about!
    Good stuff. Keep working your way through the suggestions. Happy listening.
    David A. Gordon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cochiti Don View Post
    I still like this video of Eva Holbrook
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRFz...&feature=share
    Oooooo she is really good. I like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandobart View Post
    This was a great song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagger Gordon View Post
    I'm not sure how active they are these days, but I always give a big shout-out for the Melonious Quartet from France. Legendary mandolin group. If you can track down 'Au Sud De La Mandoline', it is a classic.

    https://open.spotify.com/album/3NAmWe9C8c4V18IWECfJiN
    I like this alot! And wow they all have gorgeous mandolins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagger Gordon View Post
    I think we have to say something about the Irish band Planxty, with their combination of mandolin/mandola and bouzouki with Irish pipes, and their intriguing combination of Irish and contemporary songs with influences from Eastern Europe and elsewhere.

    Their influence ever since cannot really be overstated. Essential listening, beyond doubt.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planxty

    That was interesting to say the least!

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    Another "nobody mentioned"..........Herschel Sizemore.

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    Paul Glasse http://jazzmando.com/paul_glasse.shtml


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