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I Can Hear the Blue Ridge Calling Me

Dean Sapp & Harford Express Audio CD
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  • ASIN: B000PZU5E6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,278,138 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 Widow`s Eyes 2 Going to California 3 Little Churches 4 I`m Thinking of You Little Darling 5 I Can Hear the Blueridge Calling Me 6 Something About Home Made Biscuits 7 Leaving Carolina 8 The Old Altair 9 Even Steven 10 Stop. and Smell the Roses 11 Elkton Knights 12 When the Angels Come For Me

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4.0 out of 5 stars A warm sound and traditional feeling August 29, 2011
By J. Ross
Playing Time - 38:44 -- SONGS: 1. Widow's Eyes, 2. Going To California, 3. Little Churches, 4. I'm Thinking Of You Little Darling, 5. I Can Hear The Blue Ridge Calling Me, 6. Something About Homemade Biscuits, 7. Leaving Carolina, 8. The Old Altar, 9. Even Steven, 10. Stop, And Smell The Roses,11. Elkton Knights, 12. When The Angels Come For Me

Based in Maryland, Dean Sapp formed his first band in 1969 and has released many traditionally-based albums since 1987 with lively instrumental work and balanced vocal harmonies. With a large amount of original material, their eleventh release has six songs from Dean and two songs written by his brother Ben. "Elkton Knights" was written by Dan Curtis, the band's mandolin player from Baltimore, who succumbed on January 15, 2006 at age 71 to an illness called Kreutzfeld-Jakob. The band's bass-player, Darin Hirschy, and his wife, Tammy, document the story of their move from North Carolina to Maryland in "Leaving Carolina." Two additional numbers come from the pens of Jerry Don Martin and Dixie Hall.

The bluegrass community has taken note of Dean Sapp's songwriting. His 1997 release, "The Night the Titanic Went Down," resulted in an invitation to the ten-day Ausgrass `98 Festival near Sydney, Australia. Dean also appeared in the Songwriter's Showcase at IBMA's World of Bluegrass. Many of Sapp's songs are inspired by experiences in life or dreams. And I enjoyed Ben's instrumental, "I'm Thinking of You Little Darling." The band plays a variety of family venues, and they've also backed up Mac Wiseman, Bill Grant and Delia Bell, and others on occasion. Besides their original material, the band keeps Dean Sapp's bassy lead singing in the forefront. Like their last release, "Coal Black Gold," this new project was recorded at Dixie and Tom T.
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