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David Grisman

David Grisman — MONDO MANDO DELUXE (1981, 2015)

   David Grisman — MONDO MANDO DELUXE (1981, 2015)
≡»   Mandolinist with a long history of expanding the boundaries of bluegrass to include jazz and world music. Also known as: Dawg
David born: March 23, 1945, Hackensack, New Jersey, US
Instruments: Mandolin, mandola, mandocello, banjo, piano, saxophone, keyboards
Mike born: July 17, 1957, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Instruments: Guitar, mandolin, violin, mandocello
Location: Fairfax
Album release: 1981, 2015
Recording date: July 7, 1981 — July 16, 1981
Record Label: Warner Bros. (BSK 3618)
Duration:     58:51
01 Cedar Hill     3:49
02 Dawg Funk     4:12
03 Japan (Op.23)     3:37
04 Fanny Hill     3:13
05 Anouman (Django Reinhardt)     5:05
06 Caliente     7:31
07 Albuquerque Turkey     2:58
08 Mondo Mando     8:58
09 Dawg Funk Live     3:52
10 Albuquerque Turkey Alt.     6:43
11 Mondo Mando Live     8:53
℗ 1981 Warner Bros.
≡»   All songs by David Grisman unless otherwise noted.                                                      Mike Marshall
≡»   David Grisman — Mandolin
≡»   Darol Anger — Violin, Mandolin
≡»   Mike Marshall — Guitar, Mandola
≡»   Rob Wasserman — Bass
Additional Musicians:
≡»   Tony Rice — Guitar Track 1, 4 & 11
≡»   Mark O’ Connor — Violin Tracks 4, 7 & 10
≡»   Jethro Burns — Mandolin Track 11
≡»   Joanne Sakai
≡»   Kronos Quartet on "Mondo Mamdo"Credits:
≡»   Cover Illustration:  Wayne Anderson
≡»   Art Direction/Design:  David Grisman & Simon Levy
≡»   Inside Photography:  Jon Sievert
≡»   Printed by — Druckhaus Maack KG
≡»   Mastered at — Artisan Sound Recorders
≡»   Recorded at — Different Fur Studios
≡»   Mixed at — Different Fur Studios
≡»   Engineer — John Haeny
≡»   Mastering — Greg Fulginiti
≡»   Producer — David Grisman
Billboard Albums
≡»   1981 Mondo Mando Jazz Albums      #12
≡»   1981 Mondo Mando The Billboard 200      #174Notes:  Just a flat out stunning record. Any fan of the mandolin must spend some time at the house that David built. His self described "Dawg Music" is stylistically apart from the hard–core traditional folk and bluegrass sounds, but rather than renounce the roots of the instrument he manages to evolve it into something beautiful. Consisting of all original pieces save one by the guitar master Django Reinhardt the record just touches the surface before it sadly ends. But never fear gentle reader, David's catalogue is full of great records and he continues to record and share his music with his ever loyal fan base. Any of his recordings, either solo, Dawg or collaborations with Jerry Garcia and Tony Rice are worth a thorough listening. The cover illustration, although consisting of musical clowns, flowers and other circus and natural element, has a slightly dark and sinister feel to it. Reminds me a bit of Hieronymus Bosch in the depth and variety of characters portrayed in his tableaus. ≡»   Find this puppy and give it a spin or two.Description:
Mondo Mando Deluxe
≡»   In 1981, David Grisman recorded the second of four studio albums for Warner Brothers Records. Mondo Mando featured the stellar playing of quintet members and alumni. Founding members Tony Rice on guitar and Darol Anger on violin and violectra, join Mike Marshall (mandolin and guitar) Mark O'Connor on fiddle and bassist Rob Wasserman to create some true Dawg classics.
≡»   The original LP (and limited edition CD) have long been out of print and this Deluxe Edition presents all of the original master takes plus an alternate studio take of "Albuquerque Turkey" featuring Mark O'Connor fiddling seven choruses, as well as live versions of "Dawg Funk" and "Mondo Mando," with mandolin jazz master Jethro Burns and the Kronos Quartet. © David Grisman — Variety Playhouse 03 28 08, David Grisman Quintet at the Variety 032808. Jim Kerwin, Bass. Matt Eakle — Flutes, George Marsh — Percussion, Frank Vignola — Guitar. Visit my zenfolio site to purchase or view in zenfolio splendor: httpa//vancecox.zenfolio.com/p820856768:::http://vancecox.zenfolio.com/p820856768AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow;  Score: ****½
≡»   David Grisman's desire to break or extend the boundaries of string music, folk, and bluegrass resulted in recordings that are also of interest to jazz listeners. The mandolinist performs seven colorful originals (including "Dawg Funk"), plus Django Reinhardt's lesser–known "Anouman" with various string players, including Mike Marshall on mandolin, violinists Darol Anger and Mark O'Connor, guitarist Tony Rice, and bassist Rob Wasserman; the Kronos String Quartet helps out on "Mando Mando." Unpredictable and fairly unique music. ≡»   http://www.allmusic.com/
TOUR: http://www.davidgrisman.com/tour.html
Mandolin Cafe: http://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/88496
Website: http://www.dawgnet.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Grisman
Acoustic Disc: http://www.acousticdisc.com/
Darol Anger: http://darolanger.com/
Mike Marshall: http://mikemarshall.net/

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