Virtuoso guitar, mandolin and fiddle player with guest artists on cello, bass, harmonica and recorders.
Two Steps West of the Mississippi - A collection of multi-instrumentalist Joe Weed's original music based on his western fiddling roots and composed with a look at places he's traveled and films he's scored.

Joe is joined by an all-star cast of musicians including Norton Buffalo (harmonica), Matt Flinner (mandolin), Rob Ickes (Dobro), David Grier (guitar) and Todd Phillips (bass) and many more.

This beautiful package includes a 20 page booklet with full descriptions of each composition.

For many years, I have loved playing two-steps at country dance halls. These tunes provide a mellow groove that allows couples the freedom to express their individuality while following a common beat. So here I give you my two-steps, with a few waltzes, hymns and polkas. This is what it sounds like inside my head. (Joe Weed)

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Lacassine Two-Step
San Antonio Old California Waltz
Lincoln's Dream

Swanee: The Music of Stephen Foster
Joe has assembled a talented cast of musicians to perform the music of America's great 19th Century songwriter Stephen Foster.
Selections include: Oh, Susanna, Gentle Annie, Hard Times Come Again No More, Beautiful Dreamer, My Old Kentucky Home and more.

Waltz of the Whippoorwill
Each tune based on a bird song, including Carolina Wren Rag, Chickadee Polka, Western Kingbird Air and Reel.
The Vultures
Lots of fun -- a collection of classic California surf music hits done bluegrass style with guests Norton Buffalo and David Grisman.
Currently out of stock.
American Portrait
A musical tour across the States, including Walk Along the Wabash, Pineapple Rag, Prairie Waltz, Appalachian Reel.
Prairie Christmas
An all-instrumental interpretation of classic carols. Joe Weed's choice of instrumentation and arrangement gives these tunes a beautiful flavor of Americana.
Prairie Lullaby
Includes Grandfather's Clock, Red River Valley, Rockabye Baby, Shenandoah, Streets of Laredo, My Bonnie and more.
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