Bluegrass

@wathanjim (2214)
United States
November 13, 2006 1:01am CST
Do You like Bluegrass music?
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@voidmain (150)
• Philippines
15 Nov 06
Yeah!!! (^_^)
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@wathanjim (2214)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Howdy
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@runsgame (2031)
• India
9 Jan 07
no i just can listen and will not like bluegrass music. i do not find myself sticking in bluegrass music
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@wathanjim (2214)
• United States
9 Jan 07
Thats cool.To each his own.What kind of music do You like?
• United States
7 Jan 07
bluegrass music as far as the instrumentation itself is great. The instruments are traced back to early English/Irish music traditions As far as those that sing bluegrass, I always thought of them as men who were blessed with wonderful tenor voices that don't quite know how to use them. Tenors are supposed to be rich sounding almost bell-like, not nasally as alot of bluegrass musicians are
@wathanjim (2214)
• United States
9 Jan 07
Yes but that is the what makes bluegrass different
@owlwings (43064)
• Cambridge, England
8 Dec 06
Gibson F5 Bluegrass Mandolin - One of the classic bluegrass instruments
Uh huh! I'm a wannabe bluegrass musician, I think (well, I did once play in a small-time bluegrass band but that was before I took up the mandolin and got into English and Irish music). On the whole, I prefer Old Timey to Bluegrass but there are some fantastic and inventive newer bands about who have taken Bluegrass out of its rather commercial rut towards the realms of jazz.