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Format: CD
Sku: 60164743
UPC: 715949100925
UPC 14: 00715949100925
Release Date: 10/12/1993
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Jenny Jenkins ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
2. Freight Train ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
3. Horse Named Bill, A ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
4. Three Men Went A-Hunting ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
5. When First Unto This Country ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
6. Arkansas Traveler ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
7. Hopalong Peter ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
8. Teddy Bears' Picnic ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
9. There Ain't No Bugs On Me ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
10. Miller's Will, The ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
11. Hot Corn, Cold Corn ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
12. Shenandoah Lullaby, A ~ Jerry Garcia/David Grisman
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Contains old-time folk songs from the 1920s for kids of all ages.
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Jerry Garcia (vocals, guitar), David Grisman (vocals, mandolin, banjo, mando-cello), Rick Montgomery (guitar), Joe Craven (fiddle, percussion), Jody Stecher (fiddle, vocals), Matt Eakle (piccolo, penny-whistle), Pamela Lanford (oboe, English horn), Jim Rothermel (clarinet), Will Scarlett (harmonica), Peter Welker (trumpet), Kevin Porter (trombone), John Rosenberg (piano), Jim Kerwin (bass), Larry Hanks (jew's harp), Hal Blaine, Jim Miller (percussion).
Muze PNote Recorded in the spring and summer 1993. Includes liner notes by Mayne Smith.
Muze PNote All songs are traditional, arranged by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, except "Freight Train" (Elizabeth Cotten).
Muze PNote Personnel: David Grisman (vocals, tenor banjo, mandocello, mandolin); Jerry Garcia (vocals, guitar); Jody Stecher (tenor, fiddle); Daniel Kobialka, Heather Katz (violin); Joe Craven (fiddle, percussion); Nanci Severance (viola); Larry Granger (cello); Matt Eakle (piccolo, pennywhistle); Willow Scarlett (harmonica); Jim Rothermel (clarinet); Pamela Lanford (oboe, English horn); Peter Welker (trumpet); Kevin Porter (trombone); John Rosenberg (piano); Larry Hanks (Jew's harp); Hal Blaine (tambourine, percussion).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: David Grisman.
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: Mayne Smith.
Muze PNote Recording information: Dawg Studios.
Muze PNote Photographer: Susana Millman.
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: Jim Miller; Joe Craven.
Muze PNote Arrangers: David Grisman; Jerry Garcia.
Muze PNote The second full-length collaborative effort between Jerry Garcia (guitar/vocals) and David Grisman (mandolin, mando-cello, tenor banjo, vocals) is arguably their most endearing as well. Just as its title suggests, Not for Kids Only (1993) is an album of folkie standards and traditional tunes that is -- as Grisman so eloquently depicts in his liner notes -- "our answer to 'Barney.'" The material chosen is comprised of songs they had undoubtedly encountered at one time or another during their respective careers, both of which were deeply rooted in the New Lost City Ramblers style of bluegrass, folk, and blues. The obvious kinship between the musicians radiates throughout every track as their moods alternate between light and silly "There Ain't No Bugs on Me" to the darker-edged "When First Unto This Country." The latter is a languid ballad highlighted by what is arguably Garcia's most emotive vocal in years. The same can be said of his acoustic guitar work throughout the project, which hearkens back nearly a decade-and-a-half to the Grateful Dead's 15th Anniversary "unplugged" shows in October of 1980. While Garcia and Grisman are undoubtedly the leads, they are sufficiently backed by various Grisman associates such as Joe Craven (percussion/fiddle), Matt Eakle (piccolo), Jim Kerwin (bass), and Jody Stecher (fiddle). One notable addition to the proceedings is percussionist extraordinaire Hal Blaine, who accompanies the duo in a variety of settings performing on everything from tambourine to Jew's harp. As subtlety is one of Blaine's fortes, his contributions are effortlessly integrated; especially on the cover of Elizabeth Cotten's folk standard "Freight Train" which also features Craven's trademark vocal (read: orally derived) percussion inflections. He provides a steady, chuggin' rhythm bed simulating the sound of a steam locomotive. One of the most endearing cuts is the comedic dialogue between Garcia and Grisman on "Arkansas Traveller." There is a palpable affection between the two as they quip and joke their way through this piece of affable homespun Americana. The entire disc could likewise be categorized in a similar manner, as it brings to life one of the truly original facets of the United States rich musical heritage. ~ Lindsay Planer

Producer: David Grisman

Engineer: David Dennison

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Bluegrass Class Of 1990
Muze Music Compilations Double Time
Muze Music Compilations Hills Of Home-25 Years Of Folk
Muze Music Compilations Twenty Five Years Of Rounder
Muze Music Compilations Child's Celebration Of Folk Music
Muze Music Compilations Choice Picks-Celebrating The 1
Muze Music Compilations Grateful Dawg (Live)
Muze Music Compilations Yerba Buena Bounce
Muze Music Compilations Electric Apricot:QuestFor Festeroo
Muze Music Compilations Rounder Records Story
Muze Music Compilations Bluegrass
Muze Music Compilations Child's Celebration Of Folk Music
Muze Music Compilations Divided & United:songs Of Civil War

Associated Artists and Works

True Life Blues: The Songs Of Bill Monroe ~ Artists, Various
Beaudoin, Gerry
Bush, Sam
Jerry Garcia & David Grisman ~ Garcia, Jerry
Shady Grove ~ Garcia, Jerry
Grateful Dawg [The Original Motion Picture Soundtr ~ Garcia, Jerry
Grappelli, Stephane
Retrospective ~ O'Connor, Mark
Retrospective ~ O'Connor, Mark (Violin)
Retrospective ~ O'Connor, Mark (Violin)
Sebastian, John (Pop)
Statman, Andy
Taylor, Martin
True Life Blues: The Songs Of Bill Monroe ~ Various Artists
Doc & Dawg ~ Watson, Doc

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/01/1993
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1993
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : ACD 9
Music Label Name Label : Acoustic Disc
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00715949100925

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (12/23/93, p.151)
- "...Parents who would prefer tinnitus to another earful of Barney or Raffi will find this a godsend; tykes'll groove, too....Nicely, there's none of the condescension that usually dogs children's discs..."

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