Catalogue No: HL00641906
This intimate look at Ralph Stanley's pioneering banjo style begins with the first tunes he learned in the old-time clawhammer technique, and progresses through the three-finger bluegrass picking he helped make famous. Includes performances by Ralph and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Ideal not only for fans of Stanley's unmistakable style, but for any Banjo player wishing to discover one of the key figures in the development of the instrument.
Published on: 11 October 2005