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J.D. Crowe & the New South were perhaps the finest purveyors of bluegrass in the '70s, and this live recording from 1979 documents all their glory. Lead vocalist Keith Whitley is in fine form throughout, but the band really shakes the rafters when J.D. Crowe lets loose with his lightning banjo work. Highlights include a lovely "Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler" and a bluegrass version of Chuck Berry's "Memphis." This is traditional music expertly executed.
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Performance CreditsJ.D. Crowe & the New South Primary Artist
Keith Whitley Guitar,Vocals
J.D. Crowe Banjo,Baritone (Vocal),Track Performer
Jimmy Gaudreau Mandolin,Tenor (Vocal)
Bobby Slone Fiddle
Steve Bryant Bass
Technical CreditsEarl Scruggs Composer
Jimmy Buffett Composer
Dave Bartholomew Composer
Fats Domino Composer
Harlan Howard Composer
Fred Rose Composer