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Into My Own

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Renowned bluegrass guitarist and producer Bryan Sutton delivers his fourth Sugar Hill album, Into My Own, on April 29, 2014.

'The goal,' Bryan Sutton says, 'was to try to make a record that only I could make.' Indeed, even a cursory listen is enough to establish that Into My Own, his fourth album for Sugar Hill Records, fulfills that goal and does so in a way that reflects not only the instrumental virtuosity that his admirers have come to expect, but also the spirit and sensibilities of a musician intent on challenging himself to continuously grow in every way.

1. Cricket On the Hearth
2. That's Where I Belong
3. Ole Blake
4. Anyhow, I Love You
5. Cumberland Reel
6. Run Away
7. Frisell's Rag
8. Overton Waltz
9. Swannanoa Tunnel
10. Watson's Blues
11. Log Jam
12. Been All Around This World

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 29, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sugar Hill
  • ASIN: B00J4D9XRU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,540 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris Akeley on April 29, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Sutton sings! Bryan Sutton's new album features virtuosic acoustic guitar work and cameos from his equally accomplished friends like Noam Pikelney, Sam Bush, and Ronnie McCoury. But we knew that. It's a Bryan Sutton record. What's new and exciting is that he sings and sings well on his fourth solo album. His confidence on the solo tune "Been All Around This World" makes you wonder what took him so long. It's a great listen from a contemporary master.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stevereeno on February 1, 2015
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The best flat picker on the scene today puts together a stellar record with a nice mix of vocals, old-timey stuff, and original pieces. As always Sutton is tasteful, smooth, and seems comfortable at any tempo. The record features some excellent and tasteful banjo work by Noam Pikelny, and all-in-all, the record holds up as not just a guitar album, but as a snapshot of Sutton's good taste and superb musicianship. I buy a lot of CDs, am I the last customer on the planet? And still listen in the car on long commutes. Some get tossed in the back of the car after two listens. This CD spent a few weeks in rotation, and will get re-visited many times. Bryan has a long and bright career ahead of him and it will be interesting to watch him further evolve as player, producer, band-leader, and musical ambassador. The guy has great hands, and a big brain. He's avoided the trap of being the fastest, flashiest, most ferocious guitar-slinger. He, like David Grier, is so abundantly musical that the flash and chops are there, but they are not the focus. The music is always the focus.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By frwe07 on May 10, 2014
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Suttons latest release is just as exhilarating as his previous records. This is the first CD on which he sings and it's really quite good. However, as a guitar player I really love his instrumentals and therefore seem to gravitate towards them, and they're just as wild and beautiful as always. "Cumberland Reel", "Frisell's Rag", "Cricket on the Hearth", "Ole Blake" and "Overton Waltz" are the best ones in my ears. But all tracks are good.

"Cumberland Reel" is heartbreakingly beautiful and a little unusual melody and rhythm wise. All instruments just come together beautifully, and the banjo and violin is just killing it.

"Cricket on the Heart" is a fairly straight forward fiddle tune although blazingly fast. Always loved this fiddle tune so I was happily surprised.

"Frisell's Rag" is played with Frisell himself and the improv parts are great. Frisell's guitar sound is so unique and clean, as usual. Frisell's solo on here is just so laid back and inventive.

"Ole Blake" is clearly a nod to Norman Blake and Sutton has sort emulated his style and the outcome is great. Great chord progression with a lot of movement.

Just get the CD already.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 4, 2014
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Bryan Sutton is the man. He is not just the greatest of the new generation of bluegrass guitarists, but I think that he can arguably be called the greatest yet. I love Tony Rice, and TR pioneered much of modern flat picking guitar. But there is a perfection to Sutton’s playing that goes beyond technical mastery. Bluegrass guitarists revere Sutton -- and even those who claim not to like bluegrass find themselves liking my Sutton recordings. And this is perhaps his best, which is saying a lot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By W. Cruise on July 7, 2014
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The instrumental "standards" are really superior (the "best ever" "Watson's Blues"!), and the vocals have added a great dimension to this release. In particular, "Run Away" is an outstanding, poignant song which features Bryan's vocal accompanied by his fretless banjo. The top tier of current musicians is also featured, (Sam Bush, Stuart Duncan, Noam Pikelny, Luke Bulla, Jason Carter, Rob and Ronny McCoury, Bill Frisell, Greg Garrison, Alan Bartram, and Dennis Crouch) so there's plenty of fiddle, mandolin, banjo and bass.

I'm glad it's not vinyl...I would have worn it out by now!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Beach Bum Jenny on July 9, 2014
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This album is truly inspirational, incredibly performed and will leave your toes tapping long after the last note. The originals are instant classics which I feel I've been listening to my entire life. I absolutely love listening to Bryan Sutton play and sing. The other musicians on the album are all-stars as well. You couldn't ask for a more rounded and delightful album to put you in a great mood and keep you there!
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This is a wonderful album from Bryan Sutton--his high-water mark so far. There are many fine cuts here, and everybody who hears the CD will have their favorites. I'll just point out two: "Ole Blake", Bryan's tribute to Norman Blake, which is so stirring, so steeped in Americana that it could serve perfectly as one of our lesser national anthems--like Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever". Most of all I like Bryan's composition "Frisell's Rag", featuring a guest appearance by guitarist Bill Frisell, which manages to be at once both lovely and hilarious. Thanks Bryan.
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By jim on July 7, 2014
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The best Bryan Sutton yet. Even the singing
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