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    Sneakin in... Eva Holbrook "Born from Jets"....Sneakin out....

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    Don Julin

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    Our list so far (alphabetical):
    Dave Apollon
    Lewin Barringer III
    Jeff Bird
    Jethro Burns
    Sam Bush
    Dash Croft
    Drew Emmitt from Leftover Salmon
    Steve Gibson
    Alex Gregory
    David Grisman (esp. with Peter Rowan in Earth Opera)
    Bruce Harvie
    Niles Hokkanen
    Paul Hoffman from Greensky Bluegrass
    Eva Holbrook (esp. on "Born from Jets")
    Billy Holmes
    Incredible String Band (Lief Sorbye, Robin Williamson, others?)
    Gene Johnson
    John Paul Jones
    Don Julin
    Michael Kang from String Cheese Incident
    John Kruth
    Dennis Lichtman
    David Lindley with Kaleidoscope & El-Rayo X
    Sam Lyman
    Carl Martin
    Jamie Masefield
    Barry Mitterhoff with Jorma Kaukonen particularly the Jefferson Airplane covers
    Bill Monroe
    Tiny Moore
    Matt Mundy
    Nash the Slash
    Yank Rachell
    Robin Remaily with Holy Modal Rounders
    Jim Richter
    Peter Rowan
    John Skehan with Railroad Earth
    Virginia Slopbottom
    Peter Stampfel with Holy Modal Rounders on "Good Taste Is Timeless"
    Andy Statman
    The mandolin player for Richard and Linda Thompson (Richard Thompson?) on a few cuts from "Pour Down Like Silver"
    Paul Tierney from the album "Red Hash" by Gary Higgins.
    David Tiller
    Frank Wakefield
    Radim Zenkl
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    David Tiller

    Wow. Exciting to see David's name on this list. When I lived in Austin 20 years ago I bumped into David on the street. I gave him a sandwich in exchange for him playing some Bach on the mandolin. He also played a converted dreadnought mandocello. Anyhow, I let him crash at my place and we became a duo of sorts for a while. Great memories of a great player.
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    Fred Redekop

    Listen to Jack Happy. It is track #35 on the Mandolin Cafe Mp3 player, and it's also attached below.

    Fred's fine playing has a very Zappa-esque character that I think qualifies it as Psychedelic.

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    I think the first mandolin player I saw in person was Robin Williamson of the Incredible String Band. I saw the ISB at The Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin TX in 1970. I never got over the infatuation with the mandolin after our first meeting.

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    Jeff Austin of YMSB pretty much has to be on this list.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pELxQzaGsvE

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    Nash the Slash - who else dresses in bandages like the Invisible Man, and plays an electric mandolin in the shape of a skull?

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    I was searching for something else and came across this old thread, pretty good read so I had to bump it to throw in Jarrod Walker. Been listening to him a lot lately and while he is a SOLID bluegrass mandolin player I’ve enjoyed some of his extended solos with Billy Strings
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    Quote Originally Posted by dang View Post
    I was searching for something else and came across this old thread, pretty good read so I had to bump it to throw in Jarrod Walker. Been listening to him a lot lately and while he is a SOLID bluegrass mandolin player I’ve enjoyed some of his extended solos with Billy Strings
    I got to see them twice last year, and Jarrod Walker has got to be one of the slickest pickers out there. His style is somethin' else...
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