Acoustic Oasis - Hi-Def Bluegrass Compilation

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December 1, 2012 - 8:15 am

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Acoustic Oasis - Hi-Def Bluegrass Compilation

Acoustic Oasis - Hi-Def Bluegrass Compilation

San Rafael, Calif. — Acoustic Oasis has announced the release of their Hi-Def Bluegrass Compilation, the second in a series of releases utilizing the highest quality sound format available (24 bit, 96khz).

This collection includes five previously unissued tracks, Ralph Stanley's classic Man of Constant Sorrow, Old & in the Way's Home Is Where the Heart Is and a unique version of Two Different Worlds featuring Red Allen singing a duet with himself!

Traditional bluegrass fans will also enjoy selections and alternate takes featuring Tony Rice, Jerry Garcia, Curly Seckler, David Grisman, and Del and Ronnie McCoury.

Hi-Def Bluegrass is a sonically superior treat for fans of bluegrass music — noticeably richer and closer to the sound of the original analog masters than CD versions.

Listen: Martha White Theme, from the recording.


Reuben - David Grisman Bluegrass Experience
Late Last Night - The Bluegrass Quintet
The Fields Have Turned Brown - Jerry Garcia with The Bluegrass Reunion Band - previously unissued alternate take
Dawggy Mt. Breakdown - David Grisman Quintet with Herb Pedersen
Man of Constant Sorrow - Ralph Stanley & David Grisman
Unwanted Love - David Grisman & Del McCoury
Hartford's Real - David Grisman & Sam Bush
We Live in Two Different Worlds - Red Allen
McCoury Blues - Ronnie & Del McCoury - previously unissued alternate take
The Martha White Theme - Tony Rice & Curly Seckler
Home is Where The Heart Is - Old & In The Way
My Dear Old Southern Home - Doc Watson & David Grisman
Wayfaring Stranger - David Grisman - previously unissued alternate take
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold - McCoury, Pedersen, Grisman - previously unissued

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Scott Tichenor
December 01, 2012 08:18 AM
Well, who can't use a little bit of Tony Rice singing the Martha White Theme on a Saturday morning? This is on the recording and the Dawg sent it along to publish with the article. Sweet.

December 01, 2012 09:06 AM
All right....!!
He might have lost his voice, but there seems to be precious little he didn't record before he did.......