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Sku: 60630985
UPC: 011661053120
UPC 14: 00011661053120
Release Date: 4/20/2004
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Lonesome Wind Blues - Rhonda Vincent ~ Various Artists
2. We're Steppin' Out Tonight - Bobby Hicks/Del McCoury ~ Various Artists
3. Who Will Watch The Home Place? - Laurie Lewis ~ Various Artists
4. Thirty Years Of Farming - James King ~ Various Artists
5. New Fool - Alison Krauss/Union Station ~ Various Artists
6. Waiting For You - J.D. Crowe & The New South ~ Various Artists
7. Bramble And The Rose, The - The Lynn Morris Band ~ Various Artists
8. Riding The Danville Pike - Blue Highway ~ Various Artists
9. Is The Grass Any Bluer - Rhonda Vincent ~ Various Artists
10. Bed By The Window - James King ~ Various Artists
11. Duncan & Brady (He's Been On The Job Too Long) - The Johnson Mountain Boys ~ Various Artists
12. Mama's Hand - Lynn Morris ~ Various Artists
13. Grapes On The Vine - The Rice Brothers ~ Various Artists
14. Tall Pines - Laurie Lewis ~ Various Artists
15. Cold Hard Facts, The - The Del McCoury Band ~ Various Artists
16. So Long, So Wrong - Alison Krauss/Union Station ~ Various Artists
17. I've Never Been So Lonesome - Longview ~ Various Artists
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote This release includes a bonus CD.
Muze PNote Performers include: Alison Krauss, Union Station, Del McCoury, Rhonda Vincent, J.D. Crowe.
Muze PNote The idea of bluegrass "hits" seems like an anomaly, but on this two-disc, 26-song collection, some of the finest contemporary pickers and singers show their wares. And they're good wares, to say the least. Whether it's on the introductory tune, "Lonesome Wind Blues" by Rhonda Vincent, or the country leanings of "We're Steppin' Out Tonight" by Bobby Hicks with Del McCoury, the first disc has a very impressive flow to it. At times, it's not the mandolin or banjo-blazing songs in the vein of Ricky Skaggs or Bill Monroe, but the somber, folk-sy dirges like "Who Will Watch the Home Place" that are instantly attractive. Later on is another gem from Lynn Morris called "Mama's Hand," which brings to mind early Dolly Parton. The fun-loving, boogie-driven "Thirty Years of Farming" results in a grin-inducing tune, despite singing about the problems of the American farmer. Alison Krauss lends her trademark sound on "New Fool,", a mid-tempo tune rounded out by her stellar supporting cast. Bandmember Dan Tyminski gives a good performance on the laid-back "Carry Me Across the Mountain." This is in direct contrast to the old-school, rollicking toe-tapper "Riding the Danville Pike," courtesy of Blue Highway. Perhaps the highlight is "Bed by the Window" by James King, which sounds like Hank Williams or Vern Gosdin. Laurie Lewis also brings to life "Tall Pines," which is more of a roots-tinted tune than traditional bluegrass. More of the traditional influences are felt on the high yodeling of "I've Been So Lonesome." A second disc consisting of eight tunes begins with the rousing instrumental "Whistling Rufus," by Tom Adams and Michael Cleveland. Open Road has the blueprint down pat, sounding as if they're performing around one microphone with a single dim light bulb overhead during "I'm Not Perfect." One of the better tunes on this second disc is the Gillian Welch-like rendition of "My Warfare Will Soon Be Over," by Ginny Hawker. Only "Goin' Where I've Never Been Before" surpasses it; the latter is a blistering and infectious tune that, like so much of this collection, does the genre a wealth of justice. ~ Jason MacNeil

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 04/20/2004
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2004
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 610 531
Music Label Name Label : Rounder Select
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00011661053120

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