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GUEST,Frankham Old time and Bluegrass-- Differences (54* d) RE: Old time and Bluegrass-- Differences 21 Jul 03


Thanks Mark. Blues is more a type of music that lends to jamming because of it's African-American heritage, don't you think?

I think OT might be closer to this tradition too, though Monroe claims to have learned from a blues musician. (Mose Rager? or am I confusing the name.) I hear lots of blues sounding licks in bluegrass.

Frank


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