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    That " Deep River Breakdown is crazy good! I don't know how you managed to include so many instruments, including an organ, in one recording and have it sound good let alone great. Great groove, really interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankdolin View Post
    That " Deep River Breakdown is crazy good! I don't know how you managed to include so many instruments, including an organ, in one recording and have it sound good let alone great. Great groove, really interesting.
    Thanks!
    I think the gutsy choice was not using guitar on this recording. Andy Falco (Dusters) and Mike Sivilli (Dangermuffin) brought a lot of jamming and energy to my first recording but I think these songs benefited from the open sound and frequencies of mandolin, organ, bass and drums. At least that was the hope.

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    Beautiful. Congratulations, and best of luck with the new album, Andrew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Statman View Post
    Beautiful. Congratulations, and best of luck with the new album, Andrew.
    Thanks, Paul.

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    sounds great!
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    This sounds really good! Love your tremolo!

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    [QUOTE=withfoam;1823322]This sounds really good! Love your tremolo![/QUOTE
    Thanks. Most likely I was using a Weegen TF 1.4 pick on these tracks or a Dawg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Statman View Post
    Beautiful. Congratulations, and best of luck with the new album, Andrew.
    Thanks! Looking forward to playing these tunes live.

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    Very Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmandolin View Post
    Thanks!
    I think the gutsy choice was not using guitar on this recording. Andy Falco (Dusters) and Mike Sivilli (Dangermuffin) brought a lot of jamming and energy to my first recording but I think these songs benefited from the open sound and frequencies of mandolin, organ, bass and drums. At least that was the hope.
    Totally forgot about the duet A Storm with the amazing guitarist Ben Lee (Baby Coperhead).So much for the no guitar comment.

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    Andrew, Holy heck. Great job. You nailed it.

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    Really wonderful sound and talent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMandolin View Post
    Andrew, Holy heck. Great job. You nailed it.
    Thanks for listening!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMandolin View Post
    Andrew, Holy heck. Great job. You nailed it.
    Thanks! Give the rest of the record a spin if you have a chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lflngpicker View Post
    Really wonderful sound and talent!
    Thanks!

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