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Dixie Dregs ‎- Dregs Of The Earth (1980) [Original US Pressing] {Vinyl Rip 24Bit/96khz}

Dixie Dregs ‎- Dregs Of The Earth
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Label: Arista/ALB6-8305 | Release: 1980 | Genre: Progressive-Fusion

Wow, Steve Morse is such a versatile and aggressive musician as well!! His creature- “Dixie Dregs”- fits perfectly into his stunning style. This is art rock, enriched with incredible guitar excursions into the US country music, performed skilfully and also emotionally supported by a fine violin! Music should be represented by albums like these…because it’s simple from the point of view of its compositions, but also tinged with a lot of music colours. I remember his experience with Kansas, but I think of the incredible personal style of Morse here, and I think it’s better in this kind of music approach!!

Review by lor68,


A1 Road Expense
A2 Pride O’ The Farm
A3 Twiggs Approved
A4 Hereafter

B1 The Great Spectacular
B2 Broad Street Strut
B3 I’m Freaking Out
B4 Old World

– Steve Morse / acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, pedal steel
– Andy West / fretted and fretless bass
– Allen Sloan / acoustic and electric violins, viola
– Rod Morgenstein / drums and percussion
– T Lavitz / acoustic and electric piano, organ, synthesizer, clavinet
Engineer – George Pappas
Producer – Steve Morse
Recorded At Axis Sound Studio, Atlanta, Georgia
This album received a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.


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