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Telluride Sessions

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Album Review

Telluride Sessions, the only album from the bluegrass supergroup Strength in Numbers, is an off-the-cuff set of newgrass that demonstrates the considerable instrumental skill of each member. Fluctuating between jazzy experiments and straightforward bluegrass, the music on The Telluride Sessions is adventurous and unpredictable, revelaing more levels upon each listen.

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Desert Island

I could rave extensively about this album, but instead I'll just say that it is definitely on my list of desert island albums, regardless of how short the list is. Brilliant work by brilliant musicians. I particularly enjoy Jerry Douglas's and Edgar Meyer's work on this album.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Strength in Numbers was an all-star side project comprised of Sam Bush (fiddle/mandolin), Jerry Douglas (dobro), Béla Fleck (guitar/banjo), Mark O'Connor (fiddle/guitar/mandolin), and Edgar Meyer (bass). The artists were familiar with one another, having performed in the same circles for years, as well as on the same stage -- in numerous incarnations -- at the annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Strength in Numbers grew out of appearances by the group as sort of the de facto house band at the Colorado...
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