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David Via & Corn Tornado - It All Comes Down To A Song album mp3

  • Performer: David Via & Corn Tornado
  • Genre: Folk and Country
  • Title: It All Comes Down To A Song
  • Style: Bluegrass
  • MP3 version size: 1124 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1585 mb
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David Via & Corn Tornado: Danny Knicely on guitar, Dave VanDeventer on fiddle, John Flower on bass March 5, 2011at the Old School House in Hillsboro, V. It All Comes Down To a Song - David Via & Corn Tornado - Duration: 3:40.

David Via & Corn Tornado: Danny Knicely on guitar, Dave VanDeventer on fiddle, John Flower on bass March 5, 2011at the Old School House in Hillsboro, VA.

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Tracklist

1 That Trumpet's Blowin' 2:37
2 I Wrote This Song 4:24
3 Payday Millionaire 3:08
4 Virginia Ground 2:55
5 It All Comes Down To A Song 4:04
6 Red Rockin' Chair 2:14
7 Never See His Name In Lights 3:09
8 For Pete's Sake 3:09
9 Hard Times 3:07
10 Ain't That The Blues 3:35
11 Left This Country Boy 2:20
12 Whiskey Took My Daddy 1:17
13 Corn Liquor 6:28
14 Mason's Song 2:26

Notes

"David Via is one of those guys whose name bluegrass fans may recognize, but without necessarily being familiar with his music. Unless you follow the jamgrass scene, where Via is a hero, or the cult of acoustic/bluegrass songwriters where he also has a very strong following. Bluegrass Blog."

David Via-mandolin, lead vocals; Daniel Nicely- guitar, baritone vocals; John Flower- bass, tenor vocal; Dave VanDeventer-fiddle.
Special guests: Sammy Shelor-banjo 1,7,9; Tommy Morse-banjo 3,11; Fiona Wilkes-harmony, high lead, 5; Jillian Synnott-harmony vocal, 5; Slinky Collbestone -udu, 10.

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  • Barcode: 808493000121