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    Loving the PBS broadcast of this bluegrass program. Some groups are better than others but wow what fun! Hope others are watching too.
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    And this thread is in the Equipment forum because...?
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    Default Re: Song of the mountains

    I like SOTM too. Even the groups I like less I enjoy. Nice bit of programming

    And this thread is in the Equipment forum because...?
    probably an honest mistake or hiding from curmudgeons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenhopkins View Post
    And this thread is in the Equipment forum because...?
    It’s because I put it in the wrong place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cochiti Don View Post
    It’s because I put it in the wrong place
    Explains it all. Thanx, Don.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cochiti Don View Post
    Loving the PBS broadcast of this bluegrass program. Some groups are better than others but wow what fun! Hope others are watching too.
    EVERY Wednesday night, and record them all as well.... In addition to The Bluegrass Underground and The Cumberland Highlanders.
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    I don't think we get it here. Maybe I need to bring that up during the next pledge drive.
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    I find SOTM to have a terrible sound engineer, usually the music drowns out the vocals.....The mics are never balanced so that we can hear each instrument at the same volume....I have a Bose state of the art surround system on my TV and that don`t help a bit...

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    Thanks for the heads up about SOTM. I don't think we get it here in Birmingham market either but many episodes are available for streaming at PBS site and thru the PBS Roku channel.

    Some of the sound mixing is painful to try and listen to but I've enjoyed the few episodes I've watched.
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    I like the Woodsongs show on RFD-TV, friday afternoon.

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