Jackson, Blair
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p151
Focuses on "The Unbroken Circle: The Musical Heritage of the Carter Family," an album project by producer John Carter Cash. Homage to the legacy of the Carter family in country music; Showcase for some of the finest contemporary singers and pickers; Background on the Carter family; Artists and songs included in the album; Carters' music and style; Technique, technology and equipment used for recording the multi-artist project.


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