Dirty Linen (p.43) - "[A] project that truly lives up to its name, and is one that anyone with a fondness for bluegrass should seek out."
Personnel: Tony Trischka (banjo); Dudley Connell, Michael Daves (vocals, guitar); Chris Thile (vocals, mandolin); Sally Love (vocals); David Grier, Kenny Smith & The Loveliters, Jon Sholle, Tim Stafford, Tony Rice (guitar); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Earl Scruggs, Kenny Ingram, Alison Brown, Scott Vestal, Steve Martin, Tom Adams, Béla Fleck, Bill Emerson, Noam Pikelny (banjo); Rickie Simpkins (mandolin, fiddle); David Wallace McLaughlin, Mike Compton, Sam Bush, Barry Mitterhoff (mandolin); Ron Stewart, Stuart Duncan (fiddle).
Audio Mixers: Ronnie Freeland; Béla Fleck.
Liner Note Author: Neil V. Rosenberg.
Recording information: Bias Recording Company, Springfield, VA; Compass Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Dubway Studios, New York, NY; Right Track Studios, New York, NY; Ronnie Freeland's House, Clarksburg, MD; Sanctuary Studio, Nashville, TN.
Photographers: Gregory Heisler; Richard Battaglia.
The master banjo player Tony Trischka is accompanied here by an all-star cast of fellow practitioners, from experts like Earl Scruggs and Bela Fleck to gifted amateurs like the comedian and actor Steve Martin, on a program of traditional and modern folk songs and instrumentals that displays the instrument's wide range and the often stunning technique of the musicians who play it.
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