Dawg Duos

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Dawg duos
Studio album by David Grisman
Released 1999
Genre Folk music, jazz, bluegrass
Label Acoustic Disc
Producer David Grisman
David Grisman chronology
Retrograss
(1999)
Dawg Duos
(1999)
I'm Beginning To See The Light
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dawg Duos is a collaborative bluegrass album by David Grisman and 12 different artists, released in 1999. Each of them performs a duo with Grisman on mandolin or mandola. The instruments are as diverse as drums, accordion, autoharp, besides banjo, guitar, string bass, and violin. [1]. This album can be compared with similar effort by Béla Fleck, Double Time, where Grisman performs duo with Fleck on one of the tracks.

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  1. Mando-Bass boogie Sonata (Grisman) 3:01
  2. Clinch Mountain Windmills (Legrand, Stanley) 5:46
  3. Mandoharp Fantasy (Grisman) 3:38
  4. Buttons and Bows (Evans, Livingston) 5:27
  5. Caprice for CM (Grisman) 4:58
  6. Trinidadian Rag (Brozman, Grisman) 4:52
  7. Anouman (Reinhardt) 7:08
  8. John Johanna 2:55
  9. Swingin' Sorento 4:23
  10. New Delhi Duo (Grisman, Hussain) 9:38
  11. Mule Skinner Blues (Christian, Rodgers, Vaughn) 1:44
  12. Old Souls (Barrio, Grisman, Lage, Reeves) 8:14

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