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J.D. Crowe & the New South: J.D. Crowe & the New South

Audio Samples

>Old Home Place
>Some Old Day
>Rock, Salt and Nails
>Sally Goodin'
>Ten Degrees (Getting Colder)
>Nashville Blues
>You Are What I Am
>Summer Wages
>I'm Walkin'
>Home Sweet Home (Revisited)
>Cryin' Holy

Track List

>Old Home Place
>Some Old Day
>Rock, Salt and Nails
>Sally Goodin'
>Ten Degrees (Getting Colder)
>Nashville Blues
>You Are What I Am
>Summer Wages
>I'm Walkin'
>Home Sweet Home (Revisited)
>Cryin' Holy

Album Notes

Personnel: J.D. Crowe (vocals, banjo); Tony Rice (vocals, guitar); Ricky Skaggs (vocals, mandolin, fiddle, viola); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Bobby Slone (bass).

Personnel: J.D. Crowe (vocals, baritone, banjo); Tony Rice (vocals, guitar); Ricky Skaggs (tenor, mandolin, violin, fiddle, viola, background vocals); Jerry Douglas (guitar, dobro).

Liner Note Authors: Jack Tottle; John Hartford.

J.D. Crowe & the New South's eponymous debut album is one of the most influential and pioneering records in the history of bluegrass. For the first edition of the New South, Crowe assembled a stellar group of musicians -- including Ricky Skaggs (fiddle, mandolin, vocals), Tony Rice (lead vocals, guitar), and Jerry Douglas (dobro) -- and gave them each equal weight. Consequently, this is vibrant collaborative music, not just a leader with some faceless studio hacks. Furthermore, Crowe pushed the music in new direction with his section of material, taking songs from contemporary singer/songwriters like Gordon Lightfoot, adding a couple of originals, as well as standards. With such an eclectic selection of songs, plus the band's trailblazing instrumental style, The New South did indeed offer a new kind of bluegrass and its impact could still be felt years after its release. ~ Thom Owens



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