The Country Gentlemen Sing and Play Folk Songs and Bluegrass
The Early Rebel Recordings: 1962-1971
**TRACKS** CD 1 (1) Backwoods Blues (2) Yesterday's Love (3) Dixie Lookaway (4) It's the Blues (5) High Lonesome (6) Banjo Hop (7) Church Back Home (8) Orange Blossom Fiddle (9) Hey, Little Girl (10) Devil's Own (11) Rollin' Stone (12) Nine Pound Hammer (13) I'll Never Marry (14) Travelin' Dobro Blues (15) Nobody's Business (16) New Freedom Bell (Alternate Take) (17) New Freedom Bell (18) Hills and Home (19) Letter to Tom (20) Darling Allalee (21) Tomorrow's My Wedding Day (22) Helen (23) Blue Man (24) Rememberance of You (25) Red Rockin' Chair (26) If That's The Way You Feel (27) I Know I've Lost You CD 2 (1) Two Little Boys (2) Willie Roy, the Cripple Boy (3) Sunrise (4) Silence Or Tears (5) Country Concert (6) These Men of God (7) Down Where the Still Waters Flow (8) Nobody's Business (9) Copper Kettle (10) Night Walk (11) Home Sweet Home (12) This Land Is Your Land (13) My Old Kentucky Home (14) Take This Hammer (15) Auld Lang Syne (16) Goodbye Katy (17) Camptown Races (18) Red River Valley (19) Oh, Susannah (20) Long Journey Home (21) 500 Miles (22) Free Little Bird (23) Rose Connelly (24)Blowin' In The Wind
- Brand: Country Gentlemen
- ASIN: B003HBGXHS
- UPC: 792014095829
The Country Gentlemen Featuring Ricky Skaggs
The Country Gentlemen Featuring Ricky
After a long tenure with Rebel Records, the Country Gentlemen left for a short-lived stint with floundering Vanguard Records in the early 1970s, at a time when that venerable label was in decline. The Gents, on the other hand, were in the midst of their second truly classic period, when the group's leader Charlie Waller was augmented by mandolinist Doyle Lawson, banjo wizard Bill Emerson, and bassist Bill Yates. In 1973, a young Ricky Skaggs--not yet 20 years old and already a veteran of Ralph Stanley's Clinch Mountain Boys--began sitting in on fiddle. This 12-song set documents that lineup and further illustrates the band's knack for drafting suitable "non-bluegrass" material into their classic bluegrass style. John Prine, Paul Simon, and Steve Goodman are successfully interpreted here, as is the old standard "Heartaches," done as a sprightly instrumental. The picking behind and around Waller's mellow baritone is superb throughout, the harmonies sublime, and the mood upbeat. --Marc Greilsamer
- ASIN: B000000EG5
- UPC: 015707312325
Country Gentlemen 1972 Live in Japan Complete Concert
Excellent live bluegrass concert. Bill Emerson's banjo work is bright and punchy, and combines with Charlie Waller's strumming guitar for a pristine example of classic bluegrass driving rhythm. Solid mandolin playing from Doyle Lawson, and bass from Bill Yates serves as the foundation. 00:00 Fox...
Classic Country Gentlemen Reunion 1992 - COMPLETE
This is the complete video of the Classic Country Gentlemen's reunion show at Woodstock '92. Enjoy! Personnel are Charlie Waller on guitar, John Duffey on mandolin, Eddie Adcock on banjo, and Tom Gray on bass. Enjoy! Songs include: East Virginia Blues Sad & Lonesome Day Bringing Mary Home Eddie'...
The Award Winning Country Gentlemen  - The Country Gentlemen
Label: Rebel Records - SLP 1506 Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: 1972 Song List: A1 - Walking Down The Line A2 - The Legend Of The Rebel Soldier A3 - Redwood Hill A4 - C.G. Express A5 - Little Bessie A6 - Old Pine Tree B1 - Hickory Hollow's Tramp B2 - Country Roads B3 - Secret Of The Waterf...