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Solo Mandolin: David Mansfield Performs Grateful Dead's Workingman's Dead

David Mansfield

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1.1
Uncle John's Band
David Mansfield
4:16
1.2
High Time
David Mansfield
5:08
1.3
Dire Wolf
David Mansfield
2:37
1.4
New Speedway Boogie
David Mansfield
4:41
1.5
Cumberland Blues
David Mansfield
3:11
1.6
Black Peter
David Mansfield
5:15
1.7
Easy Wind
David Mansfield
4:02
1.8
Casey Jones
David Mansfield
3:29
1.9
Friend of the Devil
David Mansfield
3:18
1.10
Truckin'
David Mansfield
3:32
1.11
Ripple
David Mansfield
3:23
Total Playing Time    42:52
David Mansfield, the mandolinist on Bruce Hornsby's Mandolin Wind in 1986, has toured and recorded with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Lucinda Williams, John Mellencamp and a long list of others. Mansfield also carved out a second career as a film and television composer, with more than two dozen credits under his belt. On this album he's alone at the mandolin, reinterpreting the Grateful Dead's seminal 1970 release Workingman's Dead as never heard before.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 11 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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