Footprints: AIIIrd Tyme Out Collection

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All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Footprints: A IIIrd Tyme out Collection gathers 15 songs recorded by the group, the majority between 1995 and 2000. The exceptions are two of the collection's best songs, the previously unreleased "Footprints in the Snow" and "One Kiss Away from Loneliness." Both tracks are permeated with bluegrass soul and country grit, and Russell Moore sings each lyric as though he's lived it. IIIrd Tyme Out is at its best when the mandolins (Steve Dilling), fiddles (Mike Hartgrove), and banjos (Wayne Benson) are blazing on traditionally flavored material like "Lovin' You Goin' Blind" and "Raining in LA." Dilling, Benson, and bassist Ray Deaton also join Moore on tight harmony. ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Footprints: A IIIrd Tyme out Collection gathers 15 songs recorded by the group, the majority between 1995 and 2000. The exceptions are two of the collection's best songs, the previously unreleased "Footprints in the Snow" and "One Kiss Away from Loneliness." Both tracks are permeated with bluegrass soul and country grit, and Russell Moore sings each lyric as though he's lived it. IIIrd Tyme Out is at its best when the mandolins (Steve Dilling), fiddles (Mike Hartgrove), and banjos (Wayne Benson) are blazing on traditionally flavored material like "Lovin' You Goin' Blind" and "Raining in LA." Dilling, Benson, and bassist Ray Deaton also join Moore on tight harmony. This all comes together beautifully on the classic "Milk Cow Blues," a freewheeling bit of sexist blues, interestingly preceded by "I Pray My Way out of Trouble." The results seem more pedestrian when IIIrd Tyme Out tackles contemporary ballads like "Erase the Miles" and "Letter to Home," and while the performances of these songs may be heartfelt, they're too similar to other contemporary ballads by other bluegrass bands. Overall, Footprints: A IIIrd Tyme out Collection provides a solid introduction to the band, and, with the addition of "Footprints in the Snow" and "One Kiss Away from Loneliness," one that old fans will also want to pick up.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/15/2008
  • Label: Rounder / Umgd
  • UPC: 011661060227
  • Catalog Number: 610602
  • Sales rank: 130,211

Album Credits

Performance Credits
IIIrd Tyme Out Primary Artist
Steve Dilling Banjo, Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Mike Hartgrove Fiddle
Wayne Benson Mandolin, Mandola, Vocal Harmony
Ray Deaton Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass, Vocal Harmony
Russell Moore Guitar, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Justen Haynes Fiddle
Alan Perdue Mandolin
Technical Credits
Loretta Lynn Composer
Buck Ram Composer
Karen Staley Composer
IIIrd Tyme Out Arranger, Producer, Engineer
Richard Adler Engineer
Harley Allen Composer
Tim Austin Engineer
Wesley Golding Composer
Ken Irwin Producer
Carl Jackson Composer
Toby Mountain Mastering
Chris Stuart Liner Notes
Wayne Benson Composer
Bill McDonald Engineer
Hazel Smith Composer
Sam Humphrey Composer
Russell Moore Composer
Traditional Composer
Arnold Kokomo Composer
Donnie Carver Composer
Rick Lang Composer
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