9 thoughts on “ The Greenbriar Boys - Ragged But Right! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. DIAN & THE GREENBRIAR BOYS VINYL LP RECORD ELEKTRA RECORDS EKS $ Free shipping. BEST OF GREENBRIAR BOYS / JOHN HERALD - VANGUARD LP - WHITE LBL PROMO. $ The Greenbriar Boys "Ragged But Right" VANGUARD VRS LP W/SHRINK. $ Shipping: + $ Shipping. Report item - opens in a new Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Mar 31,  · The Greenbriar Boys was an American northern bluegrass music group active from — who first got together in jam sessions in New York's Washington Square Park. Guitarist/vocalist John Herald formed The Greenbriar Boys, along with Bob Yellin (banjo) and Eric Weissberg (fiddle, mandolin, banjo).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Better Late Than Never! on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VSD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  4. This album marked the only time the two would record together and, in fact, the only known recording by Dian James; yet, this is a tremendous listen, marked by Dickson's sure hand for material ('He Was a Friend of Mine', which the Byrds would later cover, appears here), the sympathetic ensemble work of the Greenbriar Boys and the 5/5(5).
  5. Yellin performed as a member of the Greenbriar Boys on two tracks of the Joan Baez album Joan Baez, Vol. 2 (, Vanguard) and on each of the group's own albums: The Greenbriar Boys (Vanguard) Dian & the Greenbriar Boys (Elektra) Ragged But Right! (Vanguard) Better Late Than Never (Vanguard).
  6. At the end of the album, I was particularly impressed by "Roll on John." The version presented here I had only heard once on a recording before by The Greenbriar Boys from the early '60s (an album called Ragged But Right), so it was nice to see /5(36).
  7. The Greenbriar Boys reunited occasionally in later years. John Herald released albums with The John Herald Band and a solo album, in , Roll On John, before committing suicide in Discography Studio albums. The Greenbriar Boys (Vanguard) Dian & the Greenbriar Boys (Elektra) Ragged But Right! (Vanguard)Genres: Folk, bluegrass.
  8. The Greenbriar Boys were a northern bluegrass music group who first got together in jam sessions in New York's Washington Square Park. Guitarist/vocalist John Herald formed The Greenbriar Boys, along with Bob Yellin (banjo) and Eric Weissberg (fiddle, mandolin, banjo).

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