A professional cartographer would most likely be someone who knows exactly where they are all the time. If, on the other hand, an example was required of someone who never knows where they are, some experienced musicians would suggest a bass player. Tom Gray is an example of the two professions coming together, with wonderful results for bluegrass society as well as for the National Geographic Society, which has continued to employ him over the years, sometimes gushing about his musical activities in a sidebar. Of course in the "yee-haw!" world Gray is particularly known for his affiliations with the Seldom Scene and the Country Gentlemen. Add to that a long string of other sideman and guest affiliations and the result is a discography that might even dominate a household cache of old National Geographic issues. Despite this massive ...
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Classic Country Gents Reunion 1983 Classic Country Gents Reunion
 
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