The Angels Are Singing: A Women's Bluegrass Gospel Collectionby
One of the primary distinguishing features of bluegrass music has always been the male voice -- the fierce and otherworldly falsetto of Bill Monroe was as important to the establishment of bluegrass as a musical genre as were his hard-driving mandolin and the fiery banjo picking of Earl Scruggs. But although/a>/a>
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There are several cuts on this CD that I do not care for, but it was worth the price for Rhonda Vincent, The Cox Family, and Alison Krauss. "There is a Reason" by Krauss is beautiful - both words and melody.