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Banjoland by Tom Neal is a Banjo Paradise

BanjolandA couple of months ago, I heard of a new album coming out by Tom Neal titled Banjoland. I've learned over time that if a new and exciting release comes out and, it comes out on the Patuxent Music label, that it deserves a listen. This time, however, it became an addiction. I can't stop listening to this album. The variety of style, emotion and perfection. holds me.

Tom Neal Releases New Bluegrass Experience on "Banjoland"

BanjolandMike Munford comments on the new Tom Neal album, Banjoland. "I've been waiting for this album for a very long time. The first time I heard Tommy Neal play was at a jam session in Baltimore in 1976, and I became a lifelong fan. The '70s was a decade of wide-open experimentation in bluegrass and in particular the banjo. The melodic style was In full force and outside musical infuences were clearly evident.

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