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Dixie Dregs

Dixie Dregs
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United States
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Dixie Dregs (sometimes billed as just The Dregs) is an American band formed in the 70s. Their mostly instrumental music fuses jazz, southern rock, bluegrass and classical forms in an often unique style. The Dixie Dregs evolved from an Augusta, Georgia band called Dixie Grit, formed by Steve Morse (guitar) and Andy West (bass) in 1970. The Dregs proper came together at the University of Miami, with Morse and West joined by Allen Sloan (violin) and a series of drummers, settling on Rod Morgenstein by the recording of their first album. Since that time, personnel has changed a number of times, with Morse and Morgenstein remaining on board.
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Releases on file (11)
Dixie Dregs — California Screamin' Dixie Dregs — California Screamin'
(Zebra Records ZS 44021-2, 2000, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Full Circle Dixie Dregs — Full Circle
(Capricorn Records 2-42021, 1994, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Bring 'Em Back Alive Dixie Dregs — Bring 'Em Back Alive
(Capricorn Records 42005-2, 1992, CD)
The Dregs — Industry Standard The Dregs — Industry Standard
(Wounded Bird WOU 9588, 1982/2007, CD)
The Dregs — Unsung Heroes The Dregs — Unsung Heroes
(Arista ARCD-8120, 1981/1998, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Dregs of the Earth Dixie Dregs — Dregs of the Earth
(Arista ARCD 8116, 1980/1998, CD)
Dixie Dregs — King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Dixie Dregs — King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents
(King Biscuit Flower Hour Records 70710-88031-2, 1979/1997, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Night of the Living Dregs Dixie Dregs — Night of the Living Dregs
(Capricorn Records 314 558 391-2, 1979/1998, CD)
Dixie Dregs — What If Dixie Dregs — What If
(Capricorn Records 314 536 359-2, 1978/1998, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Free Fall Dixie Dregs — Free Fall
(Capricorn Records 314 558 392-2, 1977/1998, CD)
Dixie Dregs — The Great Spectacular Dixie Dregs — The Great Spectacular
(Dregs DRG-0197, 1975/1997, CD)

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