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  • Performer: Bill Clifton
  • Album: In Europe
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  • Country: Germany
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Bill Clifton & Red Rector - In Europe album flac

Tracklist

A1 Are You From Dixie 2:42
A2 Down In My Old Cabin Home 2:47
A3 The Spirit Of Love Watches You 2:37
A4 Fourteen Days In Georgia 1:46
A5 You Are My Best Friend 2:58
A6 Dixie Cannon Ball 2:05
A7 Keep That Wheel A-Turing 2:35
B1 Valley Of Peace 2:21
B2 It Takes A Long Tall Brown Skin Cal 1:33
B3 The Old Man's Story 2:51
B4 Ashdown Waltz 1:52
B5 On The Sea Of Galilee 2:44
B6 There's No Other Love Me 2:30
B7 Tall Pines 3:24

Credits

  • Cover – Gunther Andernach
  • Photography By – Herrmann Knülle
  • Producer – Jürgen Maaß*, Peter Wehrspann
  • Vocals, Banjo, Guitar – Jean Blaise Rochat
  • Vocals, Guitar, Autoharp – Bill Clifton
  • Vocals, Mandolin – Red Rector

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
69.024, WAM-087 Bill Clifton & Red Rector Bill Clifton & Red Rector - In Europe ‎(LP) WAM, WAM 69.024, WAM-087 Germany 1976
BF 15013 Bill Clifton & Red Rector Bill Clifton & Red Rector - Are You From Dixie ‎(LP, Album) Bear Family Records BF 15013 Germany 1976

Bill Clifton & Red Rector - Are You From Dixie ‎(LP, Album).

Musicians: ・Bill Clifton (Guitar, Autoharp, Vocals) ・Red Rector (Mandolin, Vocals) ・Billy Edwards (Banjo) ・Tater Tate (Fiddle) ・John Palmer (Bass).

Musicians: ・Bill Clifton (Guitar, Vocals) ・Red Rector (Mandolin, Vocals) And others not identified.

Bill Clifton, Red Rector & Art Stamper: Won't It Be Wonderful There. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Bill Clifton, Red Rector & Art Stamper.

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If you have ever attended a bluegrass festival, you can thank Bill Clifton for that: It was on the 4th of July, 1961, that Clifton staged his first outdoor Bluegrass Day. Carlton Haney was in attendance, and in 1965 organized a larger event. Clifton moved to England in 1963, formed bands there, eventually joined the Peace Corps, started recording for County Records in 1972, with much success, and finally moved to Virgina in 1980. He has since been a world traveler and promoter of America’s rural music. Bill Clifton & Red Rector - In Europe (Album).

Bill Clifton was born William Marburg into a wealthy family in Riderwood, Maryland. From an early age, he listened to country music radio stations. While still in college, he formed the Dixie Mountain Boys together with his friends Paul Clayton and Dave Sadler. Because his family was opposed to his musical activities, he took the stage name "Bill Clifton". In later years, he recorded both in Europe and in the United States. In the 1970s, he signed with County Records and formed the First Generation band, consisting of Clifton on guitar, Red Rector on mandolin and Don Stover on banjo. Clifton and his family returned to the United States in 1978 and settled down in Virginia. In 1980, he began recording for his own label Elf Records Selected discography. Mountain Folk Songs – Starday Records (1960).

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For the Canadian jazz pianist, see Bill Clifton (pianist). Bill Clifton Contents.

In 1963, Clifton and his family moved to England; he played in local clubs and other small venues around Europe. In 1967 he joined the Peace Corps and spent three years in the Philippines. While there, he visited New Zealand, recording an album with the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. Clifton occasionally returned to the . to record, and also kept recording in Europe. In 1972, he returned briefly to America to play his first bluegrass festival circuit. Encouraged by the experience, he began visiting the . more frequently and recorded more regularly, signing with County Records