Music Break: Bela Fleck and the Sojourn of Arjuna

October 26, 2013

It’s the weekend. You can warm up a cup of cider, or something stronger, stretch out, and put this on.

You’re welcome.

4 Responses to “Music Break: Bela Fleck and the Sojourn of Arjuna”

  1. andrewfez Says:

    I once did travel to some small town in Kentucky, where the buildings on Main St. (or whatever it was called) were of the red brick variety, with the intention of watching Bela Fleck at some equally small and run down venue. That was probably around 1993 or 1994; i had quite forgotten it.

    99% of the stuff i presently listen to has no drum beat, but it’s nice to dabble in my youth from time to time…


  2. Not bad, but I am more partial to The Sinister Minister or anything from Music For Two than this piece.

  3. Wes Says:

    As a one-time wanna-be banjo player, I’ve been following Bela since his bluegrass days. Seen him, with Vic & Future Man a couple of times live here in Phoenix. It’s a treat to hear this piece. He’s done a world-class job showing that the banjo is a very versatile instrument for all kinds of music, not just bluegrass. I liked this particular one a lot! Thanks for sharing it.


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