The world's greatest bluegrass bands. Vol. 2

Various artists

Label:CMH CHM 5901
Release Date:1979
Country:United States ID: 3343102

Song Information:

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A-1. Cabin in CarolineOsborne Brothers
A-2. Black Mountain ragMerle Travis & Joe Maphis
A-3. Sittin' on top of the worldPinnacle Boys
A-4. We don't care what Mama won't allowLester Flatt & the Nashville Grass
A-5. Jesse JamesOsborne Brothers
A-6. I can hear the hallelujahs in the airBenny Martin
A-7. Brand new Carroll County bluesJosh Graves
A-8. Down the old plank roadGrandpa Jones
B-1. Follow me boogieArthur Smith & Don Reno 2:01
Recording Date:1979
Composer:A. Smith
Place:Arthur Smith Studios, Charlotte, NC
Instruments:Arthur Smith-lead g; Don Reno-bj; Clay Smith-rhythm g; David Floyd-bs; Paul Collier-drums
B-2. The old man in the parkBluegrass Cardinals
B-3. Over the waterfallThe Grandpa Jones Family
B-4. My baby's doin' alrightJoe Maphis
B-5. Dusty millerKenny Baker & Bobby Osborne
B-6. Mother MaybelleOsborne Brothers & Mac Wiseman
B-7. Freight trainMerle Travis & Joe Maphis
B-8. My, my, myJim Silvers
C-1. Little white churchOsborne Brothers & Mac Wiseman
C-2. Shiloh marchJosh Graves & Bobby Smith & the Boys from Shiloh
C-3. Nellie BlyThe Grandpa Jones Family
C-4. Fiddle pickin'Joe Maphis
C-5. I wonder where you are tonightBluegrass Cardinals
C-6. Lee Highway bluesChubby Wise
C-7. Bound to rideEddie & Martha Adcock
C-8. Drive timeLester Flatt & the Nashville Grass
D-1. Li'l Liza JaneMerle Travis & Joe Maphis
D-2. Darlin' CoreyBluegrass Cardinals
D-3. Double eagle swingBenny Martin
D-4. My Lord keeps a recordCarl Story 2:49
Recording Date:1977
Place:Arthur Smith Studio, Charlotte, NC
Instruments:Carl Story-g; other personnel not known
D-5. RidgerunnerDon Reno & the Tennessee Cut-Ups 2:07
Recording Date:1977
Composer:D. Reno
Place:Arthur Smith Studio, Charlotte, NC
Instruments:Don Reno-bj/g; Don Wayne Reno-bj; Arthur Smith-g; Dale Reno-m; Buck Ryan-f; Bonny Beverley-f; Ed Ferris-sb
D-6. I don't love nobodyGrandpa Jones & Ramona
D-7. Freewheelin' boogieEddie Adcock
D-8. Don't that road look rough and rockyOsborne Brothers