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All Music Guide - Brian Mansfield
Skaggs' last breath of pure bluegrass was recorded with help from the Whites, guitarist Peter Rowan, dobroist Jerry Douglas, and others. Included are two songs by Carter Stanley, one by Bill Monroe, and some fine examples of Appalachian gospel, including a stunning a cappella trio vocal on "Talk About Sufferin'."
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AUDIO CASSETTE New 011661015142, Original CASSETTE with Front/Back Artwork.

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All Music Guide - Brian Mansfield
Skaggs' last breath of pure bluegrass was recorded with help from the Whites, guitarist Peter Rowan, dobroist Jerry Douglas, and others. Included are two songs by Carter Stanley, one by Bill Monroe, and some fine examples of Appalachian gospel, including a stunning a cappella trio vocal on "Talk About Sufferin'."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/17/1990
  • Label: Rounder / Umgd
  • UPC: 011661015142
  • Catalog Number: 610151

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ricky Skaggs Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals
Jerry Douglas Dobro
Peter Rowan Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Mandola
Buck White Piano, Vocals
The Whites Vocals, Ensemble
Joseph Allen Bass
Bob "Barbecue Bob" Hicks Fiddle
Bobby Hicks Fiddle
Marc Pruett Banjo
Dorothy Skaggs Vocals
Hobert Skaggs Vocals
Cheryl White Vocals
Sharon White Vocals
Technical Credits
Pat McMakin Engineer
Fred Rose Composer
Carter Stanley Composer
Robert K. Oermann Liner Notes
Traditional Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Ricky Scaggs had better stick to that good ol' bluegrass music. His foray into country/modern music isn't too great. He doesn't have the voice for country, but his voice is great for Bluegrass. I've been playing Bluegrass for 30 years and know a voice when I hear one! Yours: Rusty Jones

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