School of Bluegrass

School of Bluegrass

by Doyle Lawson


Product Details

Release Date: 04/06/2004
Label: Crossroads Records
UPC: 0645259054727
catalogNumber: 547

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Doyle Lawson   Primary Artist,Mandolin
Lou Reid   Bass
Terry Baucom   Banjo
Brad Campbell   Banjo
Shelton Feazell   Bass
Mike Hartgrove   Fiddle
Jim Mills   Banjo
Dale Perry   Bass
Scott Vestal   Banjo
Ray Deaton   Bass
Randy Graham   Bass
Jimmy Haley   Guitar
Barry Scott   Guitar
John Berry   Bass
Steve Gulley   Guitar
Barry Abernathy   Banjo
Doug Bartlett   Fiddle
Jim VanCleve   Fiddle
Russell Moore   Guitar
Hunter Berry   Fiddle
J. W. Stockman   Fiddle
Curtis Vestal   Bass
Shawn Lane   Guitar

Technical Credits

Lester Flatt   Composer
Doyle Lawson   Arranger,Composer,Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Bill Monroe   Composer
Roy Acuff   Composer
Michael Martin Murphey   Composer
Hylo Brown   Composer
Barry Gibb   Composer
A.P. Carter   Composer
Vernon Derrick   Composer
Vince Gill   Composer
Pete Goble   Composer
Jimmy Martin   Composer
Bobby Osborne   Composer
Gordon Stoker   Composer
Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey   Composer
Leroy Drumm   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
Wes Golding   Composer
Mickey Gamble   Liner Notes
Tony Laiolo   Composer
Gladys Stacey   Composer
Bill Carver   Composer
Cleavant Derricks   Composer
Dee Gaskin   Composer
William McKinney   Composer
Lynn Weathers   Graphic Design
Christy McHan   Art Direction

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School of Bluegrass 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
About a decade ago I picked up a couple of Doyle Lawson on sale LPs from Sugar Hill. They made no impression on me. This set sounded interesting so I decided to give Lawson & Quicksilver a second chance. I was surprised by the energy and range of these out-takes. They cover styles from bluegrass rave-ups to Southern gospel complete with piano. The harmonies sparkle. Now for the bad news. The sound on these tracks is quite variable. Some are stereo and some are mono and the sound levels vary from song to song. On a couple tracks Lawson's malfunctioning banjo pick can be heard. The All-Music review downplays the sound and I think the band's performance overcomes it but, if you are picky, buyer beware. I am now thinking of checking out a couple Lawson collections of his early music. on Sugar Hill.