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|The Sons of the Pioneers||Primary Artist|
|Brendan Morris||Choir Conductor|
|Hugh & Karl Farr||Contributor|
|Colin Escott||Liner Notes|
|Dana Smart||Compilation Supervisor|
|Karen Walker||Art Direction|
|Richard Weize||Tape Research, Tape Sources|
|Larry Zwisohn||Liner Notes|
|Pat Lawrence||Executive Producer|
|Brendan Morris||Tape Research|
Posted October 1, 2010
. . . but not the "ultimate" Sons collection. At present, that honor has to go to Soundies' magnificent Essential Collection. Culled from the Orthacoustic transcriptions recorded in the early '40s, that set represents the best Sons lineup performing some of the best songs Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer and Glenn Spencer ever penned. This collection is more an overview of the Sons' career from its beginnings in the '30s to its "decline" in the '60s. As such, it's great for beginners and could even suffice for those who don't necessarily want to explore the Sons beyond the major songs. That's assuming anyone could hear these wonderful songs and not want to hear more. . . .
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Posted December 12, 2009
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