Producer, Mixed By – The Bluegrass Reunion. Tenor Vocals, Baritone Vocals, Banjo – Riley Puckett (2). Notes. Album title "Most Of All" printed only on labels.
Williams has a voice well-suited to both country and modern traditional bluegrass, and he shows it off well here. I’m already looking forward to another solo album from him. Listen to: Modern Day Man, Prodigal Son, Mordecai. Bridging the Tradition – Lonesome River Band Twenty-five years ago, LRB released Carrying the Tradition, an album that has probably influenced more of today’s young pickers than almost any other.
List of all Gary Puckett & The Union Gap albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of Gary Puckett & The Union Gap CDs and Gary Puckett & The Union Gap records. This full Gary Puckett & The Union Gap discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Gary Puckett & The Union Gap album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Gary Puckett & The Union Gap releases is based on official releases.
The New Gary Puckett and the Union Gap Album is the fourth and final studio album by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap that contained all new material. It was released in 1969. Their version of the song "Don't Give in to Him" was released in March 1969 and hit No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 13 on the easy listening chart. The song "This Girl Is a Woman Now" was released in August 1969 and hit No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 2 on the easy listening chart.
Greensky Bluegrass, All for Money The title track from Greensky Bluegrass’ upcoming seventh album, All for Money, kicks up some string-band dust for two spirited minutes, then dissolves into woozy, wobbly psychedelia. Co-produced by Jack White’s longtime bassist, this is the sound of a band firmly embracing its own weirdness. Mike and the Moonpies, Can’t Run Out on Me Longtime kings of the Texas dancehall circuit, Mike and the Moonpies go to the movies with Can’t Run Out on Me, a shuffling song written for - and inspired by - the indie film Texas Cotton.
Start with the Bluegrass Album Band. any and all. Traditional Bluegrass songs done by master musicians with modern recording techniques. Work your way backwards, forwards, and sideways from there. Re: Best Bluegrass Albums Ever. All of Bill Monroe, The Dreadful Snakes, David Grisman's "Home Is Where The Heart Is", Bluegrass Album Band -Vol. 1, early Flatt and Scruggs and almost anything the Stanley Brothers did. Have fun. Reply With Quote. Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, Stanley Bros. With all the stresses and strains on keeping a good band together it is a small wonder that most have changed personnel over the years, and many very good bands that formed up and performed for years have gone asunder.
|A2||Let's Be Sweethearts Again||2:30|
|A4||Please Be My Love||2:06|
|A5||At The Cross||3:01|
|B1||Make The World Go Away||2:32|
|B2||Why Not Confess||2:59|
|B3||Most Of All||2:29|
|B5||Let The Lower Lights Keep Burning||3:15|
- Recorded At – Major Recording Studios
- Baritone Vocals, Tenor Vocals, Bass Guitar – Stan Puckett
- Baritone Vocals, Tenor Vocals, Mandolin, Lead Guitar, Design – Emory Lester
- Dobro – Dennis Reamy
- Engineer – John Major
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Carl Puckett
- Photography By – Dale Lester
- Producer, Mixed By – The Bluegrass Reunion*
- Tenor Vocals, Baritone Vocals [High Baritone], Banjo – Riley Puckett