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This interview features banjo player Alan Munde. Munde discusses going to California and playing at Dinseyland. Munde also talks about recording albums with Country Gazette and touring in Europe.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Alan Munde

Additional Parties Recorded: n/a

Date: December 9, 2011

Location: Wimberly, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 02:48:29


Going out to California and Disneyland 5 00:00:00 Recording 8 00:13:50 The recording process continued 15 00:32:10 Jim Dickson 18 00:39:46 United Artists and making album cover 20 00:46:08 Reception of album 24 00:58:16 Bluegrass style 26 01:05:30 Second album 29 01:14:33 Continued discussion about second album 35 01:31:41 Playing in Europe 38 01:39:00 Putting on shows and death of Clarence and Graham 42 01:53:12 Recording more albums 45 02:03:51 Dave Ferguson and another European tour 50 02:14:03 Recording another record and reconnecting with Slim Richey 55 02:31:57

Access Information

Original Recording Format: born digital

Recording Format Notes: audio cd available in reading room

Transcript: found on dspace, see below


Click for transcript: http://hdl.handle.net/10605/315139

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