Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is

by David Grisman
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Home Is Where the Heart Is

A more traditional country and bluegrass album than his "dawg" sessions, Rounder issued this Grisman session in 1988. He's playing with J.D. Crowe, Ricky Skaggs, and Doc Watson, among others. There's little jazz here, but there are some superb bluegrass, country, and folk selections, plus marvelous playing.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/14/1992
Label: Rounder / Umgd
UPC: 0011661025127
catalogNumber: 610251

Album Credits

Performance Credits

David Grisman   Primary Artist,Mandolin,Vocals,Baritone (Vocal)
Del McCoury   Guitar,Vocals
Tony Rice   Guitar,Vocals
Ricky Skaggs   Fiddle,Vocals,Tenor (Vocal)
Sam Bush   Fiddle
Doc Watson   Guitar,Vocals
Mike Compton   Mandolin
Harley Allen   Background Vocals,Tenor (Vocal)
Red Allen   Guitar,Vocals
Jim Buchanan   Fiddle
Porter Church   Banjo
J.D. Crowe   Banjo
Stuart Duncan   Fiddle
Pat Enright   Guitar,Vocals
Mark Hembree   Bass
Bob "Barbecue Bob" Hicks   Fiddle
Bobby Hicks   Fiddle
Roy M. "Junior" Husky   Bass
James Kerwin   Bass
Alan O'Bryant   Banjo,Vocals,Background Vocals,Tenor (Vocal)
Herb Pedersen   Banjo,Vocals,Tenor (Vocal)
Curly Seckler   Background Vocals,Tenor (Vocal)

Technical Credits

Bill Monroe   Composer
Doc Watson   Arranger
Red Allen   Arranger
Tom Anderson   Engineer
Porter Church   Contributor
David Grisman   Arranger,Producer
Gary King   Engineer
John D. Loudermilk   Engineer
Scott McPerson   Engineer
Craig Miller   Engineer,Executive Producer
Alan O'Bryant   Arranger
Wiley Morris   Composer
Zeke Morris   Composer
Nancy Given   Adaptation,CD Adaptation
Tom Boss   Cover Photo
Little Robert   Composer

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Home Is Where the Heart Is 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
A bought this as an LP 15 or so years ago and recently upgraded to CD. Yes, it is fine traditional bluegrass. However, I think a bit of Grisman's experimental side mixed in might have made it stronger. With less than 75 minutes of music on 2 CDs, mixing in a few new grass artists of the era such as New Grass Revival or Seldom Scene would have been feasible. Most of thee best cuts on the album belong to Doc Watson. I would recommend buying DGQ-20 if you want to find out why Grisman is so influential in acoustic music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like bluegrass, you'll like this album. Some of the greatest pickers and singers ever contributed to this masterpiece. My music collection would be incomplete without this album.