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Country Mountain Bluegrass
mpn: 55277, ean: 0792755527726,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
Some of Bluegrass music's finest musicians are gathered by COUNTRY MOUNTAIN MUSIC series producer, Craig Duncan to put their world class touches on these traditional standards. Features the Soggy Bottom Boys' hit, ''Man of Constant Sorrow'' from the multi-platinum selling soundtrack of O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU.
Classic Railroad Songs, Vol. 2: Mystery Train
mpn: 6111292, ean: 0011661112926,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
Real railroads haul passengers, freight, and mail. The trains of our music and literature also carry symbols: they can represent freedom and wanderlust, eros, machismo, escape, work, the ultimate journey that marks life's end, or nostalgia for a bygone age. This collection of songs about trains and railroads offers some of each of these, from the turn-of-the-century tale of Casey Jones to the ''disappearing railroad blues'' of the 1970s' ''City of New Orleans.'' Rounder's Classic Railroad Songs
A Very Special Acoustic Christmas
mpn: 602498606780, ean: 0295184681026,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews
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mpn: BCD15459, ean: 4000127154590,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
Homer of Homer & Jethro told Chet Atkins about Boots Randolph, and Chet signed him. A saxophone player never quite had enough to do in Nashville, but Boots came to town and began recording for RCA Victor. One of the titles he cut was the original version of his signature hit, Yakety Sax. This set includes all of his late Fifties and early Sixties RCA recordings, such as Big Daddy, Percolator, Hey Elvis, Red Light, Sleep Walk, So Rare and Bongo Band.
Merle Travis Guitar / Walkin the Strings Plus
mpn: CDPSALM2302, ean: 0612657029923,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
For the first time on one CD Raven presents two original, classic albums by MERLE TRAVIS: The Merle Travis Guitar and Walkin' the Strings. One of the greatest multi-talented artists in the history of Country and Western, Travis was born in Kentucky (1917) and began recording for Capitol in the 1940s. a singer and songwriter of major proportions ('Sixteen Tons', 'Smoke, Smoke, Smoke', 'No Vacancy', 'Cincinnati Lou') he was also a guitar stylist of monumental influence (Chet Atkins, among others).
The Best Of..1946-1953
4.4 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
Merle Travis made everything he did sound so effortless that it's easy to overlook his considerable gifts. Travis is best remembered today for the distinctive finger-picking-guitar style that often bears his name: ''Travis picking,'' learned initially from the home folks in Kentucky, allows players to accompany their lead lines (picked with the index finger) with their own bass support (provided by the thumb). And while Travis certainly impressed with this technique, he was also a droll and reso
The Essential Mark O'Connor
4.8 out of 5 stars with 29 reviews
After playing with Stephane Grappelli and recording with Dolly Parton, Randy Travis and many others, this in-demand violinist dug into his solo career. He shows breathtaking brilliance as he traverses classical, jazz and folk across Appalachia Waltz; Tiger Rag; Brave Wolfe; College Hornpipe; Stephane and Django; Butterfly's Day Out; Amazing Grace; Caprice for Violin No. 1 in A Major; Fanfare for the Volunteer, for Violin & Orchestra , and more of his finest Sony moments!
Tom T. Hall: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
4.5 out of 5 stars with 20 reviews
STEREO VINYL LP! Tom T. Hall: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2! 1975 Mercury Compilation! TRACKS: A1. Country Is; A2. I Love; A3. The Little Lady Preacher; A4. Sneaky Snake; A5. I Like Beer; A6. Ravishing Ruby; B1. Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine; B2. Deal; B3. Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs; B4. That Song Is Driving Me Crazy; & B5. I Care.STEREO VINYL LP. Tom T. Hall: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2. 1975 Mercury Compilation.
All the Pretty Horses (2001 Film)
mpn: 8 3 00089465, ean: 0521312673411,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
SOUNDTRACK ALL THE PRETTY HORSES Novelist Cormac McCarthy's literary vision of the wild west is given wide-screen treatment by maverick director Billy Bob Thornton and a cast that includes Matt Damon, Penelope Cruz, and Bruce Dern. Professional country music journeyman Marty Stuart has performed with father-in-law Johnny Cash, Earl Scruggs, and Doc Watson, in addition to a successful solo career. In his soundtrack scoring debut, he provides short, meditative instrumental pieces that are subtly e
Plays Back Home Hymns
mpn: 755174468025, ean: 0755174468025,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
A dozen soulful tunes, incuding Amazing Grace; Will the Circle be Unbroken; Just as I Am; Lonesome Valley; God Be with You; Were You There, and more.
Guitar Legend: The RCA Years
mpn: 744659967320, ean: 0744659967320,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
In August 1947, playing his unamplified Gibson L-10 archtop acoustic guitar, Chet Atkins recorded his first two RCA sessions. Within five years, he put country guitar on the map--bringing home countless awards and inspiring generations of country artists. Spanning three decades, this new collection celebrates a great artist and a great man with 50 tracks including previously unreleased songs and many new to CD. Chet Atkins recorded way too often, in way too many dubious contexts; wanting to show
Guitar Rags & a Too Far Past
mpn: BCD15637, ean: 4000127156372,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews
What a guy! What a picker! What a set! A seminal, and hugely-praised set from one of the most influential musicians in country music. It not only includes all of his Capitol recordings from 1946-1955, but it also includes incredibly rare recordings for King, Bel-Tone, and other small labels, some done under pseudonyms like Tem Martin and the Shepherd Brothers.Shrink-wrapped.