Smoky Mountain Seventies

by Craig Duncan


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Perhaps more than any other decade, the musical lines between pop and country music were never more blurred than during the 1970s. The invasion of country performers onto the pop charts and pop musicians onto the country charts was perpetuated with such musical gems as Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head, Rhinestone Cowboy, Lyin' Eyes, Annie's Song, and many others. On Smoky Mountain Seventies, the hits of crossover pioneers including John Denver, The Eagles, Olivia Newton John, and Glen Campbell are showcased in the musical sounds of the Great Smoky Mountains with traditional acoustic instruments.

Titles: Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head; Danny's Song; Everything Is Beautiful; Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue; Rocky Mountain High; Delta Dawn; Rhinestone Cowboy; Lyin' Eyes; Rose Garden; Top Of The World; Let Me Be There; Annie's Song

Instruments: Hammered Dulcimer, Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin, Bass and Strings

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