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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
There was a time when an album like this would have been automatically branded "progressive" bluegrass, what with all the melodic banjo playing and the inclusion of songs by Fleetwood Mac ("Over My Head") and Tom Petty ("I Won't Back Down"). But Dale Ann Bradley makes even the most rockish source material sound like it was steeped in Appalachian spring water. And when she wraps her golden vocal cords around old-time material like the gospel evergreen "Heaven" (which features guest vocals by Darrin Vincent and Quicksilver alumnus Jamie Dailey) or the traditional "Blue Eyed Boy," she makes creaky old songs sound new. A couple of songs might take you aback with their subject...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
There was a time when an album like this would have been automatically branded "progressive" bluegrass, what with all the melodic banjo playing and the inclusion of songs by Fleetwood Mac ("Over My Head") and Tom Petty ("I Won't Back Down"). But Dale Ann Bradley makes even the most rockish source material sound like it was steeped in Appalachian spring water. And when she wraps her golden vocal cords around old-time material like the gospel evergreen "Heaven" (which features guest vocals by Darrin Vincent and Quicksilver alumnus Jamie Dailey) or the traditional "Blue Eyed Boy," she makes creaky old songs sound new. A couple of songs might take you aback with their subject matter: "Will I Be Good Enough" graphically captures both the joy and the terror of the first-time parent; "Music City Queen" is a Bradley original that addresses the perils of trying to make one's name in Nashville's notoriously cutthroat music scene; the Tom Petty cover is given a suitably defiant interpretation, and the title track seems almost mischievously ambiguous -- is it a plea or a subtle threat? Her accompanists are worth noting: it's always a pleasure to hear Alison Brown stretching out in a bluegrass context, and Stuart Duncan contributes not only his usual stellar fiddle playing but also some very nice clawhammer on "Blue Eyed Boy."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/19/2009
  • Label: Compass Records
  • UPC: 766397451121
  • Catalog Number: 4511

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Dale Ann Bradley Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Alison Brown Banjo, Guitar
Tim Laughlin Mandolin
Claire Lynch Vocal Harmony
Gena Britt Banjo
Mike Bub Bass
Stuart Duncan Fiddle
Deanie Richardson Fiddle
Darrin Vincent Vocal Harmony
Steve Gulley Vocal Harmony
Jamie Dailey Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Technical Credits
Alison Brown Producer
Jeff Lynne Composer
Tom Petty Composer
Walt Aldridge Composer
Dale Ann Bradley Arranger, Composer
Randy LeRoy Mastering
Louisa Branscomb Composer
Traditional Composer
Erick Jaskowiak Engineer
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