Infamous Stringdusters: Ladies & Gentlemen (Vinyl LP)

Infamous Stringdusters: Ladies & Gentlemen (Vinyl LP)

Compass Records

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. Standing at the crossroads of modern bluegrass and newgrass, The Infamous Stringdusters are a band that is stretching [bluegrass] from within (New York Times). For their sixth studio album, Ladies & Gentlemen, the band invited a dozen of their favorite female singers to join them. The list of featured guests includes some of the most dynamic and innovative artists from across the roots music, Americana and country worlds: Nicki Bluhm, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jen Hartswick, Sarah Jarosz, Claire Lynch, Aofie O'Donovan, Joan Osborne, Joss Stone, Sara Watkins, Abigail Washburn, Lee Ann Womack and Celia Woodsmith. Each artist guested on a different original song or tune written by the members of the band specifically for this project. Ladies & Gentlemen was produced by Grammy-winner Chris Goldsmith and shows the breadth of The Infamous Stringdusters' musical vision and talents. Band members Andy Hall (Dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), and Travis Book (upright bass), play alongside the vocalists with the circuital unity of the seasoned bluegrass band that they are. Big harmonies and exploratory compositions, along with the band's profound commitment to presentation, seem bound to inspire traditionalists and newcomers to stomp their feet on common ground. With a new voice for every song, world-class instrumental backing, captivating song structure and unexpected combinations, Ladies & Gentlemen is sure to please at every turn. Listen (Joan Osbourne), I Believe (Lee Ann Womack), Won't Be Long (Sarah Jarosz), Have a Little Faith (Joss Stone), See How Far You've Come (Sara Watkins), Old Whiskey Bottle (Cecilia Woodsmith), Still the One (Nicki Bluhm), Ladders in the Sky (Claire Lynch), Coming Back to You (Mary Chapin Carpenter), Run to Heaven (Aoife O'Donovan), Rock and Roll (Abigail Washburn)