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Tone Poems
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Album: Tone Poems
# Song Title   Time
1)    Turn of the Century
2)    Prisoner's Waltz, The
3)    Sam-Bino
4)    Grandfather's Clock
5)    Good Old Mountain Dew
6)    I Am a Pilgrim
7)    Mill Valley Waltz
8)    Vintage Gintage Blues
9)    I Don't Want Your Mandolins Mister
10)    Dawg After Dark
11)    Wildwood Flower
12)    Morning Sun
13)    Banks of the Ohio
14)    Swing '42
15)    Watson Blues
16)    O Solo Mio
17)    Song for Two Pamelas
 
Product Details
Performer Notes
  • Personnel: David Grisman (mandolin); Tony Rice (guitar).
  • Recorded at Dawg Studios, Mill Valley, California in 1993 & 1994. Includes liner notes by Davis Grisman.
  • Adapters: David Grisman; Tony Rice.
  • Personnel: David Grisman (mandolin); Tony Rice (guitar).
  • Liner Note Authors: David Dennison; David Grisman; Dexter Johnson.
  • Recording information: Dawg Studios (02/02/1993-01/15/1994).
  • Authors: David Grisman; Tony Rice.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Dexter Johnson.
  • Arrangers: David Grisman; Tony Rice.
  • As lovely as its sequel TONE POEMS II is, the first TONE POEMS, with Tony Rice on guitar, feels like a more original piece of work. Perhaps the musical communication between Grisman and Rice is simply second nature, Rice having been there at the founding of the first David Grisman Quintet in the '70s. Grisman's contributions as a composer are more significant here, as the mandolin maestro wrote eight of TONE POEMS' 17 tunes.
  • Whatever the reason, this extravagantly produced release certainly fulfills Grisman's concept--described in the liner notes as "what happens when a vintage instrument collector, a mandolin player, a record producer, and the owner of an independent acoustic record label all happen to be the same person." Grisman and Rice record in stereo with no overdubbing, employing a different historically matched pair of instruments for each duet. TONE POEMS also includes a 36-page booklet filled with detailed color photographs of the various vintage instruments used and historical notes on both their makers and the players who first figured out what to do with them.
Professional Reviews
Dirty Linen (12/94-1/95, p.54) - "...You're unlikely to find a more lovely collection of instrumental tunes than this latest recording....Each song is a celebration of the tone and uniqueness of the instruments....a different vintage guitar and mandolin for each cut..."

Sing Out! (11-12/94-1/95, pp.135-136) - "...sonically impeccable....Grisman and Rice's distinctive musical personalities shine through clearly regardless of what...instruments they are playing. It's a delight to hear these two masters working together again..."
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