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Mike Seeger (August 15, 1933 – August 7, 2009) was an American folk musician and folklorist. He was a distinctive singer and an accomplished musician who played autoharp, banjo, fiddle, dulcimer, guitar, mouth harp, mandolin, dobro, jaw harp, and pan pipes. Seeger, a half-brother of Pete Seeger, produced more than 30 documentary recordings, and performed in more than 40 other recordings. He desired to make known the caretakers of culture that inspired and taught him.
Mike Seeger (August 15, 1933 – August 7, 2009) was an American folk singer, musician (autoharp, banjo, fiddle, dulcimer, guitar, mouth harp, mandolin, dobro) and folklorist. Aliases: Lefty Mouse.
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Mike Seeger was one of the founding members of the legendary folk and old-time music trio the New Lost City Ramblers. The group's importance to the folk revival of the late 1950s and 1960s cannot be underestimated. What they played proved that it was possible for younger musicians to recreate music heard originally on the scratchy old pre-WW2 78-rpm records. This is about as perfect an old-timey/folk revival album as has ever been recorded. It's the second solo record by Mike Seeger, brother of Pete and Peggy Seeger and a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers, and it's a superlative mix of folk, blues and old-timey music, with gospel, secular and topical songs all performed (mostly) solo on a variety of instruments. Seeger plays banjo, fiddle, guitar or autoharp and sings in a simple, understated style that honors the songs rather than the singer.
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