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Reno & Smiley - Yellow Pages album download

Reno & Smiley
Yellow Pages
Bluegrass,Traditional Bluegrass
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Profile: American bluegrass duo.

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Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. Don Reno, Red Smiley, and the Tennessee Cut-Ups were a bluegrass band of such high quality that they gave serious competition to Flatt & Scruggs in the '50s. Reno, an unsurpassed master of the banjo, played for Bill Monroe in 1948, replacing Earl Scruggs. With a smooth and mellow baritone, Smiley made a perfect partner to Reno, singing lead to his high harmony part. Reno and Smiley both grew up in different rural sections of North Carolina and both played with the Morris Brothers at different times in their formative early years. After both men served in separate divisions of the Army during World War II, and after they were discharged they played in a variety of country bands - Reno even did a stint with Monroe after Scruggs left the Blue Grass Boys in 1948 - before they met each other in December 1949.