Unencumbered CD - Mark Cosgrove
Mark Cosgrove's distinctive, creative flatpicking guitar sound is known and respected on both sides of the Atlantic, through both his own recordings and as a sideman and session player for Jerry Douglas and others. Although he grew up in a Manhattan apartment surrounded by classical records, his original musical ambition was to become a drummer. Immersed in bluegrass and fiddle tunes from an early age, he has continued to make acoustic music his life's work and pleasure.
Mark Cosgrove has won the U.S. National Flatpicking Guitar Championship in Winfield, Kansas and also the Doc Watson Guitar Championship in Wilkesboro, North Carolina. His flatpick guitar work is notable not only for power, precision, and tone, but for his fluid high speed improvisation. Mark is equally proficient in any number of musical styles and as an accompanist, can back a singer or soloist with taste and sensitivity.
This latest offering from Mark Cosgrove is instrumentally and musically the most diverse yet. There's something for everyone here, all played with great skill and feeling.
Guitars - Mark Cosgrove, Roberto Dalla Vecchia
Bass - Larry Cohen, Kevin MacConnell
Fiddle - John Kirk
Banjo - Mike Munford
Mandolin - Joe Walsh, Mark Cosgrove
Accordion, Hammond Organ & Piano - Dallas Vietty
Soprano Saxophone - Mike Cemprola
Drums - Paul Jost
Vocals - Mark Cosgrove, Larry Cohen, Peter Lorch
1. Ricketts Hornpipe
2. Clinch Mountain Backstep
4. Can I Get An Amen
5. Drive South
6. Blues For Peetu
7. Rovin' Gambler
8. Sad Little Day
9. Remington Ride
10. Peas And Cheese
11. I Feel The Sea Beneath My Soul
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