Musicians: ・Glen Campbell (12 String Guitar, Vocals) ・Rob Dillard (Guitar, Vocals) ・Doug Dillard (Banjo, Vocals) ・Dean Webb (Bass, Vocals).
Bull Durham, 11. Wabash Cannonball, 12. Dark As A Dungeon, 13. This Train. 12 String Guitar! By: The Folkswingers (1963, Folk, World, & Country).
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12 String Guitar! Vol. 2 is the second album by The Folkswingers, released in 1963 on the World Pacific record label. The album contains instrumental versions of popular folk songs, featuring Glen Campbell playing a 12-string guitar. Glen Campbell – 12 string guitar. Donavan Cotton – drums. Keith Mitchell – bass. James E. Bond – bass. Billy Ray Lathum – banjo. Producer – Jim Dickson.
The Folkswingers are actually Glen Campbell and the Dillards. Many of the performances on 12 String Guitar!, particularly those that feature Doug Dillard's banjo, are very close in style to bluegrass, while others, like "Walk Right In" and "Cottonfields," are closer to folk.
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12 String Guitar! is an instrumental folk album released by The Folkswingers in 1963. The Folkswingers were a studio band with constantly changing personnel but on this album, they are Glen Campbell on 12-string guitar and The Dillards. 2 Critical reception.
An unusual studio project, the Folkswingers did an album on the World Pacific label in 1963, 12 String Guitar!, on which a pre-stardom Glen Campbell's 12-string guitar playing was backed by three members of the Dillards (Rodney Dillard on guitar, Doug Dillard on banjo, and Dean Webb on bass). Though the song selection is a little obvious and commercial-minded - including If I Had a Hammer, Walk Right In, Midnight Special, Cottonfields, Wabash Cannonball, Blowing in the Wind, and This Train - the album swings along pleasantly, with more of a rhythm than many folk LPs of the period
The 12-string guitar is a steel-string guitar with 12 strings in six courses, which produces a richer, more ringing tone than a standard six-string guitar. Typically, the strings of the lower four courses are tuned in octaves, with those of the upper two courses tuned in unisons. The gap between the strings within each dual-string course is narrow, and the strings of each course are fretted and plucked as a single unit.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||If I Had A Hammer
Written-By – Hayes*, Seeger*
|A2||Black Mountain Rag||2:23|
|A3||Walk Right In
Written-By – Cannon*, Woods*
Written-By – A.P. Carter*
|A5||The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind
Written-By – Bob Dylan
Written-By – Jim Scott
|B2||Columbus Stokade Blues
Written-By – Sargent*, Davis*
Written-By – Wils Carter
Written-By – Glen Campbell
Written-By – Graham*
|B6||Dark As A Dungeon
Written-By – Merle Travis
- Banjo – Doug Dillard
- Bass – Dean Webb
- Guitar – Rob Dillard*
- Producer – James Dickson*
- Twelve-String Guitar – Glen Campbell
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side 1): A-4052
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side 2): B-4052
|ST-9073||The Folkswingers||12 String Guitar! (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||ST-9073||US||1963|
|688 008 ZL||The Folkswingers||12 String Guitar! (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Fontana||688 008 ZL||UK||Unknown|
|SV1731 (D)||The Folkswingers||12 String Guitar! (LP, Album)||Quality||SV1731 (D)||Canada||1963|
|ST-1812, WP-1812||The Folkswingers||12 String Guitar! (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records, World Pacific Records||ST-1812, WP-1812||US||1963|
|WP-1812||The Folkswingers||12 String Guitar! (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WP-1812||US||1963|