Simply pristine audio recording of the father of bluegrass, Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass boys from the summer of 1966 in Madison, NJ. A stone's throw from where I sit as I type this, not to mention. It's my opinion that Bill Monroe might could be the father of punk rock too: the speed, the chord progressions, hell he had the sneer before Sid Vicious. Look it up if you think I'm lying at you. Enjoy folks, I can't get over how well this audio was captured. Kudos to the soundman.
+Words: Scott Zuppardo+