» » Jim Eanes - 50th Anniversary Celebration

Jim Eanes - 50th Anniversary Celebration album flac

Jim Eanes - 50th Anniversary Celebration album flac Performer: Jim Eanes
Title: 50th Anniversary Celebration
Style: Bluegrass
Released: 1990
Country: US
MP3 album: 1212 mb
FLAC album: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: VOX ADX VOC TTA MOD MP4 VQF
Genre: Folk and Country

Nei gruppi: Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys, Jim Eanes & The New World Bluegrass Band, Jim Eanes & The Shenandoah Valley Boys. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Jim Eanes. Eanes, H. Eanes, J. J. Eanes, . anes.

The New World Of Bluegrass. A Statesman of Bluegrass Music. Where the Cool Waters Flow. Jim Eanes & Smoketown Strut. Shenandoah Grass, Yesterday and Today. Jim Eanes, Bobby Atkins & The Countrymen.

The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration is a live double-album release in recognition of Bob Dylan's 30 years as a recording artist. Recorded on October 16, 1992, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, it captures most of the concert, which featured many artists performing classic Dylan songs, before ending with three songs from Dylan himself.

The 1968 double album has been substantially expanded with 27 early acoustic demos and 50 session takes, most of which are previously unreleased in any form. To create the new stereo and . surround audio mixes for The White Album, Martin and Okell worked with an expert team of engineers and audio restoration specialists at Abbey Road Studios in London. All the new White Album releases include Martin’s new stereo album mix, sourced directly from the original four-track and eight-track session tapes.

James David Washington (born August 26, 1980), better known under his stage name Jim BEANZ, is an American vocal producer, songwriter, actor, singer and record producer from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, now working out of Philadelphia, signed to Timbaland Productions and Sunset Entertainment Group. He got his start working under the tutelage of Jazz from the hit R&B group, Dru Hill, when he was an artist in the R&B group "Tresan"

Eanes suffered an in. .Though never considered a major star, Smilin' Jim Eanes was an influential figure in both bluegrass and country music for over five decades. He was born Homer Robert Eanes, Jr. in Mountain Valley, Virginia and received his first guitar at age nine from his banjo-picking father. Eanes suffered an injury to his left hand; despite the difficulty and pain, he still managed to master rhythm guitar. He recorded his first bluegrass album, Your Old Standby, in 1967. His next two albums, Jim Eanes and Rural Rhythms Present Jim Eanes, featured backing by Red Smiley & the Bluegrass Cut-Ups. Smiley and his band appeared regularly on WWVA's Wheeling Jamboree and when Red decided to retire, Eanes took over the band and renamed it the Shenandoah Cutups. The band cut an album in 1970 and shortly after broke up.

Jim was certainly the best driver I ever raced against. I think he was only headed by Fangio, he was that good, Sir Jackie tells us in this video from the 2013 Goodwood Revival. Among its many claims to fame, this year’s Revival had one to strike a chord with every motor sport enthusiast: the 50th anniversary of Jim’s first F1 World Championship. In motor sport circles excuses for a celebration rarely get better than that. And it was quite a get-together, as our video records. It wasn’t just cars that were out in force – more than 50 Jim Clark-related machines took to the track, as eclectic.

Jim Eanes learned to play the guitar at an early age despite an injury to his left hand. He had his first musical training as a rhythm guitarist in his father's string band. In 1940, he joined "Roy Hall's Blue Ridge Entertainers" performing at a radio station in Roanoke, Virginia until 1943 when Roy Hall died. In the mid-1940s, Eanes joined "Uncle Joe and the Blue Mountain Boys". He also performed with Flatt & Scruggs, and in 1948, with Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys  . He even recorded an album in Belgium with the local band: the "Smoketown Strut". He had a heart attack in 1978. He died on November 21, 1995 of congestive heart failure.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Old Mose
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
A2 Inventory Time
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
A3 Handsome Man
Written-By – Jim Eanes
A4 Cryin' Wine
Written-By – Jim Eanes
A5 Freight Train
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
A6 Hi Ho Diddle Dum
Written-By – Wade Perry
B1 Rigamarole
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
B2 Why Tell Me Why
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
B3 Let Me Be Your Friend
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
B4 I'll Be Losing My Mind
Written-By – Ray Cline*
B5 Heads Don't Turn
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry
B6 My Old Mule And Me
Written-By – Jim Eanes, Lora Lowry


  • Banjo – Craig Smith
  • Baritone Vocals – Steve Wilson (tracks: B5)
  • Bass Guitar, Tenor Vocals – Vernon Allred
  • Fiddle – Jimmy Edmonds
  • Lead Guitar, Baritone Vocals – Scott Huffman
  • Lead Vocals – Jim Eanes
  • Mandolin – Tony Williamson
  • Resonator Guitar – Steve Wilson
  • Tenor Vocals – Scott Huffman (tracks: B5)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
REB-1683 Jim Eanes 50th Anniversary Celebration ‎(Acetate, LP) Rebel Records REB-1683 US 1990