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Sonny Landreth: Grant Street

Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Native Stepson; 2. Broken Hearted Road; 3. Gone Pecan; 4. Port of Calling; 5. Blues Attack; 6. Z Rider; 7. USS Zydecoldsmobile; 8. Wind Up In Denver; 9. All About You; 10. Pedal to the Metal; 11. Congo Square.


Sonny Landreth: Grant Street

Read "Sonny Landreth: Grant Street" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Sonny Landreth Grant Street Sugar Hill Records 2005 “A [man] had commenced plunking a guitar beside me while I he played, he pressed a knife on the strings of the guitar in a manner popularized by Hawaiian guitarists who used steel bars. The effect was unforgettable. His ...

Side by Side

Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: What If; Brand New Tennessee Waltz; Ten Plagues; Side By Side; Avalanche; Land Of Light; You Better Get; All The Good Times; Do What You Want To Do; Back To Cana; Sailing With The Master; Before The Sun Goes Down; Pocket Full Of Money.


BlueRidge: Side by Side

Read "Side by Side" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The sacred and profane interface seamlessly in bluegrass music as they do in the blues. It could be argued that the only qualitative differences between bluegrass and the blues are cultural ones, African-American versus Western European. But the thematic common denominators are the same: love, loss, God, Saturday night, and Sunday morning. BlueRidge is ...

Bona Fide

Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: The Open Road; Arleigh; Ragged Man; Railroad Line; That Bluegrass Music; Vern

Trouble in Mind

Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Country Blues; Sitting On Top Of The World; Little Sadie; Rain Crow Bill; My Little Woman, You

Into the Cauldron

Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Harvest Time; Desvairada; Bach


Label: Sugar Hill Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Dry My Tears And Move On; Asheville Turnaround; Let An Old Racehorse Run; Hillcrest Drive; It


The Del McCoury Band: It

Read "It" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Del McCoury is a rock star. Bluegrass, like jazz, exists on the periphery of popular music. It possesses all of the elements that make popular music popular, melody, harmony, rhythm, beat, time, and content. Why, then, is bluegrass a fringe indulgence? I suspect that it is because this pure acoustic music never sold out to its ...


Doc Watson: Trouble in Mind

Read "Trouble in Mind" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Culled from ten Vanguard and Sugar Hill recordings, Trouble in Mind is an exquisite assemblage of white rural blues by its greatest living practitioner, Arthel "Doc" Watson, the now 80-year-old flat picking savant from Deep Gap, North Carolina. Watson exists today as the only extant proponent of that link between African-American and Caucasian rural music. He ...


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