Bob Carlin
Producer, Performer, Teacher & Researcher
Bob Carlin has spent almost forty years in the music business, with over seventy five recordings to his credit. Peruse the list below for the highlights of Carlin's musical career & check out the Listening Room for more details about Bob's producing.
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Old Tin- Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones
Just Around the Bend: Survival and Revival in Southern Banjo Sounds -
Mike Seeger's Last Documentary
Greasy Creek- Erynn Marshall
Going Down to Raleigh
Banjourneys- Chuck Levy
Folk to Funk- Scott Cornwell
Big Ears, Clifftop Notes Vol. 2- Mark Simos and Friends
From Mali to America- Bob Carlin & Cheick Hamala Diabaté <<<2007 Grammy Nominee
The Road to Agate Hill- Alice, Gail & Sharon
Homestead on the Farm- The Hushpuppies
Kélé Manyi Dé- Cheick Hamala Diabaté
I Declare- Heidi Clare
On The Edge - The Cliffhangers
Clifftop Notes - Mark Simos and Friends
Traveling Home- Dan Levenson
American Sea Songs and Shanties
Clawhammer Banjo Volume 1, 2 & 3
Broke- King Wilkie
Songs of the Mormons & Songs of the West
The Boys from North Carolina- Bob Carlin
African American Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina
Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners
Livin' Reeltime, Thinkin' Old-Time- The Reel Time Travelers
Steam Powered Aero-Takes- John Hartford
instead of the pony- Molly Tenenbaum
Folk Music From Wisconsin
Hamilton Iron Works- John Hartford <<<2001 Grammy Nominee
Gum Tree Canoe -John Hartford
The Hushpuppies- The Hushpuppies
Neighbor Girl- Cary Fridley
Die in the Pig Pen Fighting- Tom, Brad & Alice
Songs My Father Taught Me- Larry G. Davis
Travelin' Shoes- Gail Gillespie and Various Artists
Family Tradition- Joe Thompson & Various Artists
X-Rey Guitar-Del Rey
American Fiddle Tunes
Afro-American Folk Music From Tate and Panola Counties
Good Old Boys- John Hartford
Anglo-American Ballads: Volume One
Anglo-American Ballads: Volume Two
Negro Work Songs and Calls
Cowboy Songs Ballads, and Cattle Calls From Texas
Negro Religious Songs
Afro-American Blues and Game Songs
North Carolina Banjo Collection
Grey Eagle- Ed Haley
The Speed of the Old Long Bow- John Hartford
Children of the Heav'nly King
Sacred Harp Singing 
The Hammons Family
Songs and Ballads of American History and Assassination of Presidents
Afro-American Spirituals, Work Songs, and Ballads
Negro Blues and Hollers
Songs and Ballads of the Anthracite Miners
Railroad Songs and Ballads
Forked Deer-Ed Haley
I Believe I'll Go Back Home- Rhythm Rats
Mr. Spaceman-Bob Carlin
Uncle Henry's Favorites- Marvin Gaster
Wild Hog in the Red Brush- John Hartford <<<1996 Grammy Nominee
The Fun of Open Discussion- John Hartford & Bob Carlin
Old Aunt Katie Won't You Come Out Tonight?-Nolan and Dot Johnson
Minstrel Banjo Style
Take Me As I Am- Bob Carlin & Bruce Molsky
Tribute to Tommy Jarrell
Library of Congress Banjo Collection
Banging and Sawing- Bob Carlin & Various Artists
Indiana Fiddler- John W. Summers
Where Did You Get That Hat?- Bob Carlin
Fiddle Tunes For Clawhammer Banjo- Bob Carlin
Banjo Gems- Buehling, Sapoznik and Moore
Southern Clawhammer Banjo
New England Contra Dance Music
From the Rivers of Babylon to the Land of Jazz- The Delaware Water Gap 
The Poppy Leaf-English Concertina Tunes- Richard Carlin
Melodic Clawhammer Banjo 
String Band Music- The Delaware Water Gap

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