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The Dillards - Homecoming & Family Reunion album mp3
Bluegrass,Progressive Bluegrass,Country-Rock
  • Performer:
    The Dillards
  • Title:
    Homecoming & Family Reunion
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Bluegrass,Progressive Bluegrass,Country-Rock
  • Date of release:
    1979
  • Duration:
    34:59
  • Size FLAC version
    1777 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1721 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1821 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
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    659
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Homecoming & Family Reunion Album. Missing lyrics by The Dillards? Know any other songs by The Dillards?

In 1986, the Dillards reprised the role in the reunion show Return to Mayberry. As part of their current tour, Rodney Dillard answers questions about the TV series  . The Dillards are notable for being among the first bluegrass groups to have electrified their instruments in the mid-1960s. They are considered to be one of the pioneers of the burgeoning southern California folk rock, country rock and progressive bluegrass genres, and are known to have directly or indirectly influenced artists such as The Eagles, The Byrds, and Elton John. Gary J. Smith was added to the lineup, having recorded double bass in the 2015 studio sessions for the new Dillards album. Smith is well known in Nashville circles after stints with Tom T. Hall, The Brother Boys, Ed Snodderly, and his long-time collaborator, Jeff Gilkinson.

The song 'Ground Hog' by The Dillards has a tempo of 131 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Homecoming and Family Reunion'. This song is played at 131 Beats Per Minute (Allegro), or 33 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Ground Hog. Homecoming and Family Reunion.

The Dillards' second album, The Dillards Live! Almost! marked the band's integration of electric instruments into their musical arsenal. The move served to alienate bluegrass purists in much the same way Bob Dylan's use of the electrified Butterfield Blues Band at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1965 alienated him from many folk music purists. Following the recording of Homecoming & Family Reunion, the Dillards disbanded to pursue solo and side projects and session work. Rodney Dillard relocated to Branson, Missouri, in the late 1980s and initiated a reunion of the group. This reunion gained traction with a celebrated appearance on a 30th-anniversary celebration of The Andy Griffith Show. Steve Cooley subsequently replaced Doug Dillard on the Dillards releases in the early 1990s, including Let It Fly and Take Me Along for the Ride. Selected discography.

Family Reunion (The O'Jays album). Redirected from Family Reunion (album)). Family Reunion is a 1975 album by American R&B group The O'Jays. The album was released in late 1975 on the Philadelphia International Records label

Family Reunion is a 1975 album by American R&B group The O'Jays. Studio album by. The O'Jays. The album was released in late 1975 on the Philadelphia International Records label. Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, and produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Family Reunion includes the enduring classic "I Love Music" and "Livin' for the Weekend", both of which topped the R&B singles chart, and placed at and respectively on the pop chart. The ballad "Stairway to Heaven", originally issued as the B-side to "Livin' for the Weekend", has also gone on to become a staple of quiet storm radio programming.

Credits

Richard Adler - Engineer
Doug Bounsall - Banjo, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Bill Bryson - Bass, Bass (Electric)
Brian Dillard - Tambourine
Doug Dillard - Banjo, Composer, Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Earl Dillard - Banjo, Guitar
Homer Dillard, Jr. - Accordion
Homer Dillard, SR. - Composer, Fiddle, Harmonica, Violin, Vocals
Linda Dillard - Vocals
Rodney Dillard - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Producer, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
The Dillards - Primary Artist
Jeff Gilkenson - Bass, Cello, Harmonica, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Richard Godfrey - Drums
John Hartford - Fiddle, Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist, Violin
Mitch Jayne - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Herb Pedersen - Banjo, Composer, Guitar (Rhythm), Vocal Harmony
J. Stewart - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Dean Webb - Composer, Mandolin, Vocal Harmony

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction/Old Bald Eagle The Dillards 3:03
2 Hop High Ladies Traditional The Dillards 1:45
3 Cripple Creek Traditional The Dillards 2:09
4 The Whole World 'Round Mitch Jayne / J. Stewart The Dillards 5:00
5 Ground Hog Traditional The Dillards 1:50
6 High Dad in the Morning Homer Dillard, SR. The Dillards 2:26
7 Douglas and I Used to Sit Around and Play The Dillards feat: John Hartford 1:10
8 Old Joe Clark Traditional The Dillards 1:14
9 Tennessee Breakdown Traditional The Dillards 2:10
10 Ebo Walker Rodney Dillard / Mitch Jayne The Dillards 2:14
11 Old Man at the Mill Doug Dillard / Rodney Dillard / Mitch Jayne / Dean Webb The Dillards 3:17
12 Listen to the Sound Mitch Jayne / Herb Pedersen The Dillards 2:56
13 Daddy Was a Mover/Banjo Signal The Dillards 5:45