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Merle Travis - Clayton McMichen Story flac mp3
Performer:
Merle Travis
Album:
Clayton McMichen Story
Style:
Country Boogie,Instrumental Country,Traditional Country
Date of release:
1982
FLAC vers. size:
1727 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1438 mb
WMA vers. size:
1819 mb
Other formats
MP4 AU DXD FLAC VOC AA
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
808

The Clayton McMichen Story is a double LP album by Merle Travis and Mac Wiseman released by CMH Records in 1982. It has not been released on CD. "Give the Fiddler a Dram". Fire On The Mountain" (Instrumental). Fifty Years Ago Waltz" (Instrumental). Hell Broke Loose in Georgia" (Instrumental). Trouble in Mind; Mcmichen's Reel" (Instrumental). Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia". Limehouse Blues" (Instrumental). The Convict and the Rose".

Clayton McMichen (January 26, 1900 - January 4, 1970) was an American fiddler and country musician. Born in Allatoona, Georgia, McMichen learned to play the fiddle from his father and uncle. He moved to Atlanta with his family in 1913, working as an automobile mechanic. While there, he entered and won several competitions for fiddle. McMichen formed the Hometown Boys in 1918 and on September 18, 1922, they made their radio debut. In 1925, he began recording with Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers. In 1988, Merle Travis and Mac Wiseman released a double LP album called The Clayton McMichen Story in tribute to him. Incidentally, McMichen is the great uncle of Trent Allen of the late 1980s and 90s Athens, Georgia rock band Dreams So Real. Turkey in the Straw, Old Hen Cackle and Fiddler's Dream by Clayton McMichen, Decca.

Clayton McMichen was an American fiddler and country musician. Biography - Born in Allatoona, Georgia, McMichen learned to play the fiddle from his father and uncle. Background information.

Clayton McMichen fused his interests in country, folk, jazz, swing, and pop music into one of the most recognizable fiddle styles. His playing with Jimmie Rodgers and Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers in the 1920s helped to lay the foundation for country music. From the time that he arrived in Atlanta to work as an automobile mechanic in 1921 until shortly before his death from emphysema nearly five decades later, he continued to allow his fiddling to evolve. Merle Travis and Mac Wiseman celebrated McMichen's legacy with an album, The Clayton McMichen Story, released by CMH Productions in 1988.

The Merle Travis Story: 24 Greatest Hits. Light Singin' and Heavy Pickin. Travis Pickin' Instrumental Album. Rough, Rowdy and Blue. Country Guitar Thunder 1977–1981 with Joe Maphis. The Clayton McMichen Story with Mac Wiseman. Farm and Home Hour with Grandpa Jones includes the 1981 re-recording of the instrumental "Rose Time".

The Travis Picking Technique. Merle Robert Travis was an American country and western guitarist, singer and songwriter born in Rosewood. He died in 1983 after a life spent playing guitar and releasing about 30 albums and inspiring a lot of fingerpicking country and blues guitar players all around the world. It is his unique fingerpicking style and repertoire that made Travis one of the most popular fingerpicking guitar players of all time. Merle Travis Influences. Merle’s guitar player style was developed out of a native tradition of fingerpicking in western Kentucky. Guitar players such as Arnold Shultz, Kennery Jones, Mose Rager all had in common the same fingerpicking method in which the thumb pluck two bass notes while the finger play the top strings. This technique creates a solo style that blends lead line picked by finger and rhythmic bass patterns played with the thumb. Travis Picking Style.

Influenced By. Bill Monroe. The Delmore Brothers. Sign-up for news alerts for this artist. x. Sign-up for news alerts (new releases, live shows and more) for this artist: I want the Amoeba Newsletter too. Sort By: Release Date Label Album Title Price (High to Low) Price (Low to High). Page: of. Album Title.

Credits

Merle Travis - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals