Title: Mobile Blue
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Composed By – Newbury. Side 2. Goin' To The Country. UNS 553. Gove Scrivenor. Mobile Blue (7", Promo).
Here is the album that started the brief spurt of recording activity for vocalist and picker Gove Scrivenor, whose music mostly flew out on the Flying Fish label. This artist's name certainly sounds unusual for the type of genres he is involved in; it's a blend of bluegrass, country blues, and bluegrass that is sometimes described with utter vagueness as "acoustic music. Poking at his name is allowed, since Scrivenor himself or at least his handlers also found the same subject to be amusing. Scrivenor joins the list of recording artists about whom it can be said that more.
The album was a near-total commercial and critical failure, and remains one of Young's lowest-selling albums to date. Despite the poor reception, he nonetheless toured Old Ways and played material from it live along with some of his old concert staples. Young received far more attention during this time for his reunion with David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash at Live Aid for the first performance of the quartet in a decade. Gove Scrivenor - autoharp. Farrell Morris - percussion. Marty Stuart - mandolin.
Listen to music from Gove Scrivenor like Going to the Country and 12 Rainbow Willie. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gove Scrivenor. When looking for expressive and uncommon sounds, Mark O’Connor, Dolly Parton, Neil Young, Dan Seals, Hank Williams, J. Iris Dement and Glen Campbell all turned to the evocative sound of Gove Scrivenor's autoharp. When Gove released early albums on Flying Fish Records, his friends, Doc Watson, John Hartford, Marty Stuart, and Buddy Emmon. ll lined up to contribute to his recordings.
Gove Scrivenor (b. 1945 New Haven, Connecticut) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Scrivenor is an autoharp player, and includes the instrument in many of his songs. He plays predominantly country and folk music. Gove moved to Nashville in the early 70s after a four-year stint as a submarine sonar technician in the Navy. This move proved to be a wise one, as he was signed by the largest music publishing company in the world, Acuff-Rose.
Gove Scrivenor playing an autoharp. Wesley Rose saw in Gove the qualities that his struggling TRX record label needed, and Gove was soon signed to a recording contract as well as a songwriter agreement. Things began to happen. Scrivenor signed a management and booking deal with the Don Light Talent Agency in Nashville.
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Composed By – Newbury*
|B||Goin' To The Country
Composed By – Gove*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label and runout A-Side): U-1140-S
- Matrix / Runout (Label and runout B-Side): U-1223-S
|55354||Gove Scrivenor||Mobile Blue (7", Promo)||UNI Records||55354||US||1973|