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The 1960s found Crowe listening to rock 'n1 roll, folk, and jazz, and although he adhered to the bluegrass tradition onstage, 34 For the Record. . B orn in August, 1937, in Lexington, Ky. Banjo player, singer, songwriter, 1955—; leader of The Kentucky Mountain Boys (with Doyle Lawson and Red Allen), c. 1965-74; leader of J. D. Crowe and the New South, 1974—; New South members have included Tony Rice, Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Douglas, Bobby Slone, Wendy Miller, Steve Bryant, Keith Whitley, Paul Atkins, and Randy Hayes.

For him, she played down her country characteristics. For her, he played down his popular music background. " It would, however, take some time before the formula caught on, as the country scene was changing from hillbilly to country and western and was still mainly dominated by male artists. Cline's radical image as a two-fisted, hard-drinking woman definitely made her stand out from the rest of the Nashville crowd, but any chance of success would rely on her voice and songs. " 23 For the Record.

Free Jazz, Atlantic, 1961. Broken Shadows, Columbia. Science Fiction, Columbia. Crisis, Impulse. Friends and Neighbors, Flying Dutchman. Ornette at 12, Impulse. Who's Crazy, Affinity. Love Call, Blue Note. New York is Now, Blue Note. Chappaqua Suite, Columbia (Japan). The Great London Concert, Artista/Freedom. At the Golden Circle, Vol. 1, Blue Note. At the Golden Circle, Vol. 2, Blue Note. Ornette, Atlantic Jazzlore, c. 1962. Ornette on Tenor, Atlantic, 1962. Town HalU962, ESP, 1962. The Empty Foxhole, Blue Note, 1966.

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