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Mt. Airy

Mt. Airy was a short-lived cross types group produced in the first 1970s by Eric Weissberg, Tom Chapin, Bob Hinkle, Russell George, and Don MacDonald. Their audio was a variety of previous and brand-new, traditional bluegrass (“Foggy Hill Break down”), side-by-side with addresses of songs with the Music group (“Rag Mama Rag”), and in the orbit of Motown (“Consider Me inside your Arms (Rock and roll Me a time).”) They could perform everything instrumentally, and Hinkle and Chapin sang amazingly, aswell — the just pity is normally they hardly ever got past launching a remarkably obscure self-titled LP over the Thimble label, a subdivision of Audiofidelity.

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