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|Named Person:||Josh Graves|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Josh Graves; Fred Bartenstein
|Description:||xiii, 133 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||1927-1942, a Tennessee childhood --
1942-1955, a musical apprenticeship --
1955-1969, Part 1, Foggy Mountain Boy --
1955-1969, Part 2, life on the road and the breakup --
1969-1994, king of the dobro --
A man of many talents --
Reflections on bluegrass old and new --
A family musical legacy --
Testimony from Josh Graves's contemporaries and those he influenced --
Appendix A : Josh, "Julie," and "Cliff" (with the Seahorse Inlay), the two main instruments played by Josh Graves between 1956 and 2006 / Bobby Wolfe --
Appendix B : Josh's repertoire : tunes and songs he featured while a member of the Foggy Mountain Boys, 1955-1969 / Stacy Phillips.
|Series Title:||Music in American life.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Fred Bartenstein ; foreword by Neil Rosenberg.|
"Graves's name won't ring a bell for many outside musicians' circles, but Burkett 'Uncle Josh' Graves helped take bluegrass from southern Appalachia to college campuses and beyond, to the world-music
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