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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Del McCoury has one of those high tenor voices that seems to be enriched, rather than undermined, by age. Although you'd never mistake him for a youngster, he can still let the high notes fly with the confidence of a singer half his age. And in collaboration with his mandolin-playing son Ronnie, he has built a top-notch traditional bluegrass band that manages to keep itself firmly rooted in the verities while still conducting such largely successful experiments as collaborating with punk-country icon Steve Earle and recording songs by commercial folkie John Sebastian. The band's latest finds McCoury covering Bill Monroe "Get Down on Your Knees and Pray" and Jimmy Martin ...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Del McCoury has one of those high tenor voices that seems to be enriched, rather than undermined, by age. Although you'd never mistake him for a youngster, he can still let the high notes fly with the confidence of a singer half his age. And in collaboration with his mandolin-playing son Ronnie, he has built a top-notch traditional bluegrass band that manages to keep itself firmly rooted in the verities while still conducting such largely successful experiments as collaborating with punk-country icon Steve Earle and recording songs by commercial folkie John Sebastian. The band's latest finds McCoury covering Bill Monroe "Get Down on Your Knees and Pray" and Jimmy Martin "She's Left Me Again", as well as the aforementioned Sebastian the cute and clever "Nashville Cats", and delivering a few fine originals as well. Highlights include Ronnie McCoury's vinegary instrumental "Red Eyes on a Mad Dog" and a great version of Verlon Thompson' s "Backslidin' Blues," not to mention the group's spookily beautiful rendition of "Get Down on Your Knees and Pray."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/28/2001
  • Label: Mccoury Music
  • UPC: 829305000924
  • Catalog Number: 9
  • Sales rank: 134,992

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Del McCoury Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Tenor (Vocal)
Jerry Douglas Dobro, Baritone (Vocal)
Mike Bub Bass, Vocals
Jason Carter Fiddle, Vocals
Béla Fleck Baritone (Vocal)
Rob McCoury Banjo, Vocals
Ronnie McCoury Mandolin, Vocals
Bobby Osborne Tenor (Vocal)
Technical Credits
Jerry Douglas Producer
Randy LeRoy Mastering
Ronnie McCoury Producer
Kurt Storey Engineer
Stan Strickland Artwork, Art Direction
Bradley Hartman Engineer
Crystal Dunn Art Direction
Brad Hartman Engineer
Kurt Story Engineer
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