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Hill Country


Download links and information about Hill Country by Tony Trischka. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Country, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 36:47 minutes.

Artist: Tony Trischka
Release date: 1985
Genre: Country, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 13
Duration: 36:47
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No. Title Length
1. Brandy Station 2:46
2. Sunny Days 3:31
3. Bloozinee 2:28
4. Crossville Breakdown 2:44
5. Looking for the Light 2:38
6. Hill Country 2:02
7. New York Chimes 3:02
8. Flat Gap 3:27
9. Strawberry Plains 4:09
10. Mississippi Sawyer 1:39
11. Stop Action 2:20
12. Crosseyed Cricket 2:06
13. Buffalo Creek 3:55



Bluegrass fans may want to zero in on this particular album, as it was banjo whiz Tony Trischka's first shot at paying tribute to his traditional roots, done at a time when his reputation had been clearly established as an avant-garde or progressive bluegrass player. His former student Béla Fleck helped produce some of the sessions, and put together a lineup of players that would require several vans to haul around. The recordings are done to a turn, with the sound of the acoustic instruments positively shimmering. Actually, most of the tunes are Trischka originals, with only one traditional number, and the effort to create tunes in a more standard bluegrass vein pays off with what has proven to be some of his most memorable composing efforts. "New York Chimes" is delightful.