At the Ryman

At the Ryman

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by Emmylou Harris & the Nash Ramblers
     
 
This is the album debut of the Nashville Ramblers, her acoustic backing band featuring Sam Bush and Roy Huskey Jr, recorded over three nights in the former home of the Grand Ole Opry. Harris's choice of songs strikes a balance between hillbilly classics and folk-influenced rock, with

Overview

This is the album debut of the Nashville Ramblers, her acoustic backing band featuring Sam Bush and Roy Huskey Jr, recorded over three nights in the former home of the Grand Ole Opry. Harris's choice of songs strikes a balance between hillbilly classics and folk-influenced rock, with Bill Monroe receiving heaviest tribute but sharing space with Tex Owens, Bruce Springsteen, and John Fogerty.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/14/1992
Label:
Warner Bros Mod Afw
UPC:
0075992666428
catalogNumber:
26664
Rank:
8505

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Emmylou Harris & the Nash Ramblers   Primary Artist
Sam Bush   Fiddle,Mandolin,Vocal Harmony
Emmylou Harris   Guitar,Vocals,Track Performer
Larry Atamanuik   Percussion,Drums,Vocal Harmony
Perkins   Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Dobro,Vocal Harmony
Jon Randall Stewart   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Vocal Harmony
Victor Battista   Upright Bass,Vocal Harmony

Technical Credits

Jim Rooney   Liner Notes
Richard Bennett   Producer
Kooster McAllister   Engineer
Allen Reynolds   Producer
Mark Miller   Engineer,Remixing
Jim McGuire   Contributor
Laura LiPuma   Artwork

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At the Ryman 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
glauver More than 1 year ago
This set is a very good live set of Harris backed by some of Nashville's best acoustic pickers. Most of the songs are perky and up-tempo and she mixes in old standards and rock numbers redone as folk. if you are a casual listener, this CD and Wrecking Ball might be all the Emmylou you need. Beware - you might just find yourself hooked.