Unsung Heroes is the sixth Dixie Dregs album, published in 1981. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. All tracks are written by Steve Morse. Steve Morse – acoustic and electric guitars. Andy West – fretted and fretless bass. Allen Sloan – electric and acoustic 5 string violin. Rod Morgenstein – drums and percussion.
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Unsung Heroes or Unsung Hero may refer to: Unsung Heroes, a North Korean film series. BBC Sports Unsung Hero Award, a BBC award for unrecognised contribution in sport. Unsung Heroes (Dixie Dregs album), 1981. Unsung Heroes (Ensiferum album), 2012. Song Summoner: The Unsung Heroes, a 2008 iPod video game. Unsung Heroes of American Industry, a short story collection by Mark Jude Poirier. Unsung Hero (magazine), a music magazine.
As its title and cover implies, Unsung Heroes is an entirely instrumental LP, full of the jazz-rock fusion that the Dixie Dregs have made famous. Steve Morse is, not surprisingly, the key player - he wrote and produced the entire album - but keyboardist T. Lavitz and violinist Allen Sloan also shine. I'll Just Pick," a rollicking country tune, contains some impressive fiddle and piano lines, while the galloping "Cruise Control" is the album's key ensemble piece, where every player gets a chance to shine. If the album has a flaw, it's that sometimes the band seems too laid-back for their own good, especially on the second half of the album, where the energy drags somewhat. Also, "Go for Baroque," an attempt at medieval music in the same vein as what "I'll Just Pick" did with down-home country, is too silly to sustain repeated listenings.
Unsung Heroes is indeed the most varied Ensiferum release to date, but for all of the wrong reasons. The ironic part about folk metal bands in relation to contemporaries of other metal sub-genres is that when folk metal bands are on-point, there is usually very little that needs to change to keep fans happy. Not only did Ensiferum change things far too quickly and with too heavy a hand, they did so at a time when it was simply not needed. Instead, the album surrounds this gem with lead, not only diminishing its gleam but also weighing it down needlessly. The songwriting, for what may be the first time in Ensiferum’s career, is almost entirely absent. Some bad, lots of average, lots of uninteresting, some good, precious little great – that is what comprises the entirety of Unsung Heroes.
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