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Dolly Parton and Roger McGuinn

Paul, · Categories: General

I think I know who the camerawoman was on this cool look into a recording session of Roger McGuinn and Dolly Parton recording “Turn, Turn, Turn.”

2 Responses to “Dolly Parton and Roger McGuinn”

  1. Archie says:

    Great stuff! That looks like Terry Eldridge of the Grascals sitting in the background right at the end of the video. And I’d guess the banjo part on the track is most likely David Talbott.

  2. Paul says:

    The Barnes and Noble notes on the CD say you are right on Talbott:

    Some of the inspired pairings include none other than Tommy James on harmony vocal (and tremolo guitar) in a shimmering rendition of “Crimson and Clover” and Roger McGuinn adding urgent harmonies to a bluegrass-ified “Turn, Turn, Turn,” in which David Talbot’s cascading banjo lines evoke the feel of Pete Seeger’s original version.

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