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Stobro's Blues
  • Artist: Ferrell Stowe
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 644167052924
  • Item #: CDBY705292
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 12/9/2005
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Stobro's Blues on CD

Rob Schneider's next movie, Big Stan, will feature songs from Stobro's Blues in the soundtrack. Movie is set to premier in Sept'08. Very funny movie!!!!! Soundtrack will also feaure many short orchestral cues featuring the dobro of Ferrell Stowe. Winner of SPBGMA Midwest's Dobro Player of the Year Award for nine years and Album of the Year for one year, Ferrell Stowe's bluesy resonator guitar style has evoked such descriptions as 'the king of soul'. Having done session work for well over 300 different artists, Ferrell has also recorded five of his own projects, his latest being Stobro's Blues. Stobro's Blues includes two original songs, a brand new alternative tuning and backup of some of the most respected musicians and singers in Nashville. They include Dennis Crouch, well known 'A' list Nashville bass player, who did the bass work on the Johnny Cash movie, 'Walk The Line', Jessie Cobb, of the Mike Snider Band and The Stringdusters, Jerremy Garrett, of The String Dusters, Tim Crouch, great fiddle player, who does some twin and triple fiddle work, Stephen Mougin, from the Sam Bush Band, Mike Scott, from the Ronnie Reno's Reno Tradition Band and vocals by Randy Kohrs, Toni Otts, Stephen Mougin, Rick Otts and Glenn Lawson, formerly of the J.D. Crowe and the New South, who all do an outstanding job. The material on Stobro's Blues ranges from hard drivin' Bluegrass to one song with a pop rock edge on it, to a beautiful old church hymn done on the resonator alone, to a very contemporary version of ' Mary Did You Know'. Note selection and tone quality were the main objectives of the project, as opposed to how many notes per measure one could get in. Receiving excellent reviews and air play, Stobro's Blues is sure to please anyone looking for great resonator tone, with 'A' list backup and vocal work.