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Though he initially burst into the public consciousness as a comedian, Steve Martin has proven to be a renaissance man, trying his hand at ventures from books and films to music and succeeding at everything he touches. A serious banjo picker who's played alongside Tony Trischka and Earl Scruggs, Martin hasn't lacked for company. Here, he engages Edie Brickell—the singer who first gained fame with The New Bohemians back in the '80s—to write lyrics and sing melodies over his dexterous but never overdone picking. With old-school Peter Asher producing the album, the importance here is on getting the clearest and best sound possible. There are no unusual moves: just songs that sound as if they've come from the mountains of Appalachia. An occasional string section can be heard filling out the sound to the quick narrative of "Sarah Jane and the Iron Mountain Baby" and the similarly alluring "When You Get to Asheville." "Fighter," "King of Boys," and "Remember Me This Way" bring in a full band for a deeper sound that's a sweet relief to the more skeletal arrangements.

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Truly great.

Steve and Edie compliment each other perfectly. The words and vocals are perfect balance with his banjo. This is wonderful.

Utterly charming and sentimental

What a wonderful combination of banjo, voice and story. Have to give it a listen on the back porch swing with a frosty glass of lemonade or sweet tea while biscuits are baking.

mark my words."This will win a grammy"

This is an instant classic.
old school soulful lyrical styles with a modern listen ability. Put on your dancing shoes."What an outstanding piece of work"


Born: August 14, 1945 in Waco, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the 1970s, Steve Martin was the most successful standup comedian in America, earning the level of commercial success -- sold-out arena performances, platinum records, hit singles, and delirious fan adulation -- usually reserved for rock stars. Although his career went on to encompass stints as an acclaimed dramatic actor and playwright, for many supporters, the "Wild and Crazy Guy" persona defined on his comedy records remains Martin's true artistic legacy. Although born August 14, 1945,...
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