Only Me

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Often pegged as a bluegrass vocalist although she often sings pure country, Rhonda Vincent decided to split the difference on her 2014 album Only Me, serving up one disc of bluegrass and one disc of honky tonk. That the individual discs are not much longer than 20 minutes apiece only underscores the concept of this double album: it's designed to showcase the two sides of Vincent's personality and when added up, they present only her. Vincent relies on deep classics for the country disc -- she alternates standards like "Drivin' Nails in My Coffin" with savvy selections like Dallas Frazier's "Beneath Still Waters" -- and chooses to pepper the bluegrass disc with ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Often pegged as a bluegrass vocalist although she often sings pure country, Rhonda Vincent decided to split the difference on her 2014 album Only Me, serving up one disc of bluegrass and one disc of honky tonk. That the individual discs are not much longer than 20 minutes apiece only underscores the concept of this double album: it's designed to showcase the two sides of Vincent's personality and when added up, they present only her. Vincent relies on deep classics for the country disc -- she alternates standards like "Drivin' Nails in My Coffin" with savvy selections like Dallas Frazier's "Beneath Still Waters" -- and chooses to pepper the bluegrass disc with both originals and songs of relatively recent vintage, a move that doesn't necessarily make this half seem fresher because what distinguishes every one of the 12 songs is a vibrant commitment to tradition. Vincent and her supporting band -- which occasionally makes space for guest duets by Willie Nelson and Daryle Singletary -- throw themselves into these tunes, savoring the changes and neatly balancing skill with enthusiasm. If she sounds a little bit too sweet for honky tonk, her friendliness nevertheless gives the whole endeavor a sunny warmth that's hard to resist.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/28/2014
  • Label: Upper Management
  • UPC: 881034187024
  • Catalog Number: 7
  • Sales rank: 7,864

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rhonda Vincent Primary Artist, Mandolin
Gene Johnson Harmony
Kevin Grantt Upright Bass
Carl Jackson Acoustic Guitar
Dana Williams Harmony
Josh Williams Acoustic Guitar
Lonnie Wilson Drums
Tim Crouch Fiddle
Michael Rojas Piano
Aaron McDaris Banjo
Hunter Berry Fiddle
James Mitchell Electric Guitar
Catherine Marx Piano
Mickey Harris Upright Bass
Mike Johnson Steel Guitar
Brent Burke Guitar (Resonator)
Technical Credits
Rhonda Vincent Composer, Producer
Bill Anderson Composer
Melba Montgomery Composer
Willie Nelson Duet
Larry Cordle Composer
Roger Brown Composer
Buddy Cannon Producer
Lionel Delmore Composer
Dallas Frazier Composer
Billy Yates Composer
Jimmy Gateley Composer
Jerry Irby Composer
Ben Peters Composer
Tony Castle Engineer
Don Chapel Composer
Joey Crawford Engineer
Jesse Daniel Composer
Haley Stiltner Composer
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