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Rhythm of the Mountains

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Darlin' Corey
Artist: The Bluegrass Cardinals
3:09
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Fair & Tender Ladies
Artist: OSBORNE BROTHERS
2:51
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I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
Artist: Mac Wiseman
3:32
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Wished I'd Stayed In the Wagon Yard
Artist: Grandpa Jones
1:56
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Red Rockin' Chair
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:51
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Whipperwill Song
Artist: Stonemans
2:10
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Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:53
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The Prisoner's Song
Artist: OSBORNE BROTHERS
2:54
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In the Baggage Coach Ahead
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:43
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Jesse James
Artist: OSBORNE BROTHERS
2:18
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Devil's Dream
Artist: Joe Maphis
2:01
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Girl In the Blue Velvet Band
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:38
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There'll Come a Time
Artist: Grandpa Jones
4:29
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Dark Hollow
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:31
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Are You From Dixie
Artist: Grandpa Jones
2:02
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Life's Railway To Heaven
Artist: Donna Stoneman
3:44
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Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Artist: Rose Lee Maphis
3:29
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Little Rosewood Casket
Artist: Mac Wiseman
4:16
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Little Log Cabin In the Lane
Artist: Stonemans
2:40
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Darby's Run
Artist: Grandpa Jones
1:43
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House of the Rising Sun
Artist: Lester Flatt
4:31
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Little Blossom
Artist: Mac Wiseman
3:09
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Give the Fiddler a Dram
Artist: Red Herron
2:07
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Down the Old Plank Road
Artist: Grandpa Jones
2:22
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Whiskey Before Breakfast
Artist: Ramona Jones
1:34
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Black Eyed Suzy
Artist: Lester Flatt
1:42
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You Are My Flower
Artist: OSBORNE BROTHERS
3:05
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Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Artist: Lester Flatt
2:20
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I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
Artist: Stonemans
2:02
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Little Liza Jane
Artist: Merle Travis
1:31
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Pictures From Life's Other Side
Artist: Grandpa Jones
4:32
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Maple on the Hill
Artist: Joe Maphis
2:54
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Rank Strangers (To Me)
Artist: OSBORNE BROTHERS
3:00
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Gathering Flowers From the Hillside
Artist: The Eddie Adcock Band
3:01
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The Blind Girl
Artist: Grandpa Jones
3:22
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I Wonder How the Old Folks Are At Home
Artist: Mac Wiseman
2:48
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Limehouse Blues
Artist: Don Reno
2:10
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Shuckin' the Corn
Artist: Lester Flatt
2:14
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Arkansas Traveler
Artist: Fiddlin' Red Herron
1:51
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Old Camp Meeting Time
Artist: Grandpa Jones
2:13
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 40   Total Length: 109:18

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What an amazing collection of classic bluegrass this is! From the Bluegrass Cardinals’ old-time “Darlin’ Corey” to Mac Wiseman’s characteristic countrypolitan croon on “I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight” and “Little Blossom,” this two-disc set would make a great bluegrass primer as well as a rollicking best-of compilation for longtime supporters of the genre. With seven out of 20 tracks, disc one weighs a little heavy on the Mac Wiseman side, but there are great entries from Grandpa Jones (the scrappy “Wish I’d Stayed in the Wagon Yard” for example), the Osbourne Brothers, and the Stonemans (with their smooth, O Brother, Where Art Thou? sound), among others. Disc two starts off with Lester Flatt & Nashville Grass’ beautiful and rough-hewn, whirlwind version of “House of the Rising Sun,” sung masterfully by Jervis “Pete” Corvm. Flatt continues to make a show with “Black Eyed Suzy,” “Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arms,” and “Shuckin’ the Corn” — three more amazing tunes that display Flatt’s galloping, almost iconoclastic approach to old-time songs. Unsurprisingly, Flatt, even in his post-Foggy Mountain Boys days, is the star of this collection, but throughout, the record maintains a bucolic nostalgia that will return listeners to some back porch, sipping lemonade on a summer day. – Charles Spano

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