Jim Mills - My Dixie Home album download
|1||My Dixie Home||2:02|
|2||Take The D Train||3:14|
|5||Are You Waiting Just For Me||3:32|
|7||It's Rainin' Here This Morning||2:31|
|8||Will You Be Satisfied||2:39|
|10||Goin' Back To The Blue Ridge Mountains||3:19|
|11||Little At A Time||2:22|
|12||I'll See You In My Dreams||2:19|
Jim Mills has played in various bluegrass bands (Summer Wages, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Bass Mountain Boys). He's been with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder since 1997, and Mills is a multiple winner of the IBMA Banjo Player of the Year Award.
Personnel: Jim Mills (guitar, banjo); Dan Tyminski (vocals, tenor, guitar); Paul Brewster (vocals, tenor); Ricky Skaggs, Tim O'Brien (vocals, mandolin); Adam Steffey (mandolin); Stuart Duncan (fiddle). Audio Mixers: Jim Mills; Steve Chandler. Recording information: Hilltop Studios, Madison, TN (2). Photographer: D. Kent Thompson. My Dixie Home kicks off with a charged-up version of the title track featuring Skaggs' lead vocal and mandolin work. Take the D Train" follows, and is one of several instrumental tracks that allows banjoist Mills and fiddler Stuart Duncan to show why their picking skills are in such demand. And since Mills' approach is so straightforward, the material forms a unified album despite the multiple vocalists. There are a number of points of special interest.
James Mills (born December 18, 1966) is an American musician known primarily as a bluegrass banjo player who plays in the 3-finger style popularized by Earl Scruggs. Jim is also well known as an expert on pre-war Gibson banjos. He currently resides in Durham, North Carolina.
On Mills' second solo effort, My Dixie Home, he left more room for a number of guest vocalists. Mills' position as a contemporary bluegrass mover and shaker has been confirmed by a number of awards. Bound to Ride won the International Bluegrass Music Associations' (IBMA) Instrumental Album of the Year in 1999, and he has won the Instrumental Performer of the Year in the banjo category six times. Mills has also released an instructional video titled Mills: A Winning Banjo Style. Ronnie D. Lankford, J. Rovi. Jim Mills Playing 1936 RB75 Flathead "Ellie" . Crowe Interview by Jim Mills. Prewar Day" at the Jim Mills Banjo Showroom. Bryan Sutton Band featuring Jim Mills - Rebecca. Doyle Lawson & Jim Mills - Tennessee Banjo Man.
1 track · 2 August 2010.