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May 23, 2012 | Ethan Ballinger - Tributaries

One of our very favorite instrumental mandolin "soundscape" CD projects was Tennessee multi-instrumentalist Ethan Ballinger's "Wish Upon a Falling Star." New acoustic jam roots music with a sophisticated jazz sensibility, we haven't found too many alternative acoustic ensemble projects we've liked better. It's just great atmosphere music to tune into or just relax to in the background. We still keep it in rotation.

We came across this live YouTube recording of an early CD Release Show in Nashville four years ago. Great stuff!

View video link: Ethan Ballinger - Tributaries (Live April 3, 2008)

Musicians include Matt Flinner on guitar, Rich Brinsfield on bass, Lee Holland and Patrick Richey on percussion, and of course Ethan Ballinger on mandolin.

Purchase/download CD: Ethan Ballinger's "Wish Upon a Falling Star."

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JazzMando archive press: Cookeville Daily News: Ethan Ballinger

Posted by Ted at May 23, 2012 5:15 AM


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