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G-22 - Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile - Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile (CD, Album)

Label: Nonesuch Records - 514400-2 • Format: CD Album SlipcaseDVD • Country: US • Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country •
G-22 - Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile - Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile (CD, Album)

The collaboration between Chris Thile leader of Nonesuch quintet the "Punch Brothers" and former "Nickel Creek" vocalist-mandolin player, and double bassist Edgar Meyer is a metting of two prodigious, Grammy Award-winning talents in, quite literally, the most down home of settings/5(27).

The band’s Nonesuch debut, Punch, was released in ProductionCredits: PRODUCTION CREDITS. Recorded by Dave Sinko at Edgar's house. Mixed by Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile, and Dave Sinko at Edgar's house and Studio 5, Nashville. Mastered by Robert C. .

CHRIS THILE & EDGAR MEYER. Mandolinist/composer Chris Thile, of Punch Brothers, and bassist/composer Edgar Meyer have teamed up again for a new album, Bass & Mandolin, to be released September 9th on Nonesuch Records. The album features 10 original compositions by the two MacArthur Fellows, who have been performing together sporadically for more than a decade.

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  1.  · A whole album of bass and mandolin duets? It’s not only possible but bassist Edgar Meyer and mandolinist Chris Thile, two master musicians with roots in jazz, country, bluegrass, classical, and pop, have fashioned just such a disc. While this is a rather low-key affair, there’s still a lot going on--free-floating abstraction, rural /10(9).

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