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I highly recommend this album for all dobro afficionados.
His fat, squishy electric tones contrast beautifully with his taut acoustic colors, and, as always, his intonation is perfect -- even at synapse-frying tempos.
'The Best Kept Secret' is a cool album, very diversified, with vocal guests Alison Krauss and John Fogerty, and musicians like Bela Fleck and Derek Trucks.
I have the utmost respect for musician's who push the boundries of their instruments. Mr. Douglas continues to explore all avenues: folk, traditional, country, blues, jazz, &... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lhlife
Delivery was on time, undamaged. This is another fabulous dobro album by Jerry Douglas. Nothing could be better except hearing him in person at Merlefest every year, and then we... Read morePublished on November 9, 2008 by G.P.
I've heard Douglas on various records and liked him quite a bit -- but most of his work has been in the narrow field of bluegrass. Read morePublished on June 13, 2007 by Tony the Tiger
The product is what I expected. It arrived on time and in the condition advertised.Published on May 13, 2007 by Raymond D. Engstrand
I heard about this CD in the interview that Jerry Douglas did on NPR; otherwise, I might not have purchased it. We are really enjoying the music.Published on January 15, 2007 by E. Stanley
If you want to hear the music of the hottest dobro player on the planet, then this CD is for you.
Jerry Douglas brings his high energy, bluegrass-influenced, impeccably... Read more
Jerry Douglas has been referred to as the Hendrix of acoustic music. His dobro and lap steel licks have earned him that title, but watching him perform is like watching Eric... Read morePublished on December 5, 2006 by Leroy F.
There is no question in my mind that Jerry Douglas is the greatest living dobro player, and possibly the greatest ever. Read morePublished on November 24, 2006 by R. Banfield