Mark O'Connor - Heroes download album
Heroes is an album by Mark OConnor in which he plays duets alongside his childhood violin heroes including JeanLuc Ponty Benny Thomasson Byron Berline.
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Heroes is an album by Mark O'Connor, in which he plays duets alongside his childhood fiddle heroes, including Jean-Luc Ponty, Benny Thomasson, Byron Berline, Stéphane Grappelli, Johnny Gimble, and others. It crosses a variety of musical genres and contains recordings made from 1976 to 1992. Mark O'Connor - fiddle. with On New Country: Jean-Luc Ponty - fiddle. On The Devil Comes Back to Georgia: Charlie Daniels - fiddle. Johnny Cash - Vocals. Marty Stuart - Vocals. Travis Tritt - Vocals.
Mark O'Connor With Doug Kershaw. Diggy Diggy Lo. Featuring – Clinton Gregory, Lionel Cartwright. 7. –Mark O'Connor With Doug Kershaw.
Mark O'Connor (born August 5, 1961) is an American violinist whose music combines bluegrass, country, jazz and classical music. As a teenager he won national string instrument championships on guitar, mandolin, and fiddle. His mentors are Benny Thomasson who taught O'Connor to fiddle as a teenager, French jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli with whom O'Connor toured as a teenager, and guitarist Chet Atkins.
There are two artists known as Mark O'Connor 1. Mark O'Connor (born August 5, 1961 in Seattle, Washington) is an American bluegrass, country and classical fiddler, composer and music teacher. O'Connor's music is wide-ranging, critically acclaimed, and he has received numerous awards for both his playing and his composition. As a teenager he won national string instrument championships for his virtuoso playing of the guitar and mandolin as well as on the fiddle.
mark o'connor wife, mark o'connor Mark O'Connor born August 5, 1961, Seattle is an American bluegrass, jazz, and country violinist, fiddler, composer and music teacher O'Connor has received numerous awards for playing and composition. As a teenager he won national string instrument championships on the guitar and mandolin, as well as the fiddle His mentors include Texas fiddler Benny Thomasson who taught O'Connor to fiddle as a teenager, French jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli with whom O'Connor toured as a teenager, and guitarist Chet Atkins. In 1997, O'Connor and others composed and performed music based on folk melodies as arrangements in an original score by American modern classical composer Richard Einhorn for the American Revolutionary War-era Public Broadcasting Service documentary miniseries, Liberty! The American Revolution the companion album is Liberty!
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|–Mark O'Connor With Jean-Luc Ponty||New Country||3:54|
|–Mark O'Connor With Charlie Daniels||The Devil Comes Back To Georgia||4:09|
|–Mark O'Connor With Johnny Gimble||Fiddlin' Around||4:49|
|–Mark O'Connor With Byron Berline||Gold Rush||4:36|
|–Mark O'Connor With Vassar Clements||House Of The Rising Sun||7:52|
|–Mark O'Connor With Doug Kershaw||Diggy Diggy Lo||2:48|
|–Mark O'Connor With Doug Kershaw||Jole Blon||2:21|
|–Mark O'Connor With Buddy Spicher||Sadness/Darlin' Waltz||2:51|
|–Mark O'Connor With Kenny Baker||Jerusalem's Ridge||3:27|
|–Mark O'Connor With Terry Morris , Texas Shorty And Benny Thomasson||Sally Johnson||5:09|
|–Mark O'Connor With Pinchas Zukerman||Ashokan Farewell||4:52|
|–Mark O'Connor With Stephane Grappelli*||This Can't Be Love||5:27|
|–Mark O'Connor With Stephane Grappelli*||Ain't Misbehavin'||5:30|
|–Mark O'Connor With L. Shankar*||Nomad||8:00|
|9 45257-2||Mark O'Connor||Heroes (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9 45257-2||US||1993|
|CDW 45257||Mark O'Connor||Heroes (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||CDW 45257||Canada||1993|
|9 45257-2||Mark O'Connor||Heroes (CD, Album, Club)||Warner Bros. Records||9 45257-2||US||1993|
|9 45257-4, 4-45257||Mark O'Connor||Heroes (Cass)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 45257-4, 4-45257||US||1993|