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This album of fiddle and banjo duets was recorded over two days in the spring of 1997, as John Hartford battled life-threatening cancer. The album's selection of traditional tunes from fiddler Jim Wood's native middle Tennessee gives both players plenty of room to show off their instrumental skills. This modest album is one of several tributes to older musical traditions that Hartford recorded late in his career. Solid if not the best, it remains worth searching out for the opportunity to hear the legend playing his banjo again.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

John Hartford remains best known for the country-pop standard "Gentle on My Mind," a major hit for Glen Campbell and subsequently covered by vocalists ranging from Frank Sinatra to Aretha Franklin. The song remains among the most often recorded in the history of popular music, its copyright netting Hartford well over a hundred thousand dollars annually for many years. But there was more to Hartford than that curious mix of highly literary folk music and MOR romantic nostalgia, told from the perspective...
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