DSD (Single Rate) 2.8MHz/64fs Download
Cover art and liner notes included
Recorded straight to 1-inch analog tape on a custom-built, all-triode tube recording chain. Mastered direct to DSD on a Sonoma system by Chris Rice and authored by Gus Skinas.
"An exceptional recording by three of my favorite musicians." — George Harrison.
Jerry Douglas (dobro) and Edgar Meyer (upright bass) are two of the finest musicians to come out of Nashville in recent years, with their roots in country/bluegrass and classical/jazz respectively. In this recording with V.M. Bhatt, they together explore commonalities and parallels between bluegrass and Hindustani music, proving that the High Lonesome ethos is universal.
|1. Bourbon and Rosewater|
|2. Gypsies from Rajasthan|
|3. Overtones and Stain Glass|
|4. Bent Notes of The Bauls|
|5. Many Mailes From Home|
|7. Desert Winds|
|8. Mississippi Mud|