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Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time - Lonesome Skynyrd Time: A Bluegrass Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd (2004)

13-11-2014, 19:06
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Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time - Lonesome Skynyrd Time: A Bluegrass Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd (2004)

Artist: Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time
Title Of Album: Lonesome Skynyrd Time: A Bluegrass Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd
Year Of Release: 2004
Genre: Country/Rock/Bluegrass
Label: CMH Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:05
Total Size: 128 Mb

1. Call Me The Breeze (3:57)
2. Sweet Home Alabama (6:36)
3. Things Going On (3:54)
4. Southern By The Grace Of God (3:21)
5. Tuesday's Gone (7:31)
6. I Know A Little (3:37)
7. The Ballad Of Curtis Loew (4:40)
8. Gimme Three Steps (4:25)
9. The House At The End Of The Road (3:42)
10. Saturday Night Special (4:33)
11. Freebird (8:44)

Kentuckian Larry Cordle (who now lives in Nashville) has a history of playing the clubs. While in the service, he played in a rock band called "Hot Lucy." In 1990 (with fiddler Glen Duncan), Cordle formed the band Lonesome Standard Time. Disbanding in 1995, the group re-formed in 1998 as "Larry Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time."
Most rock `n roll music lovers probably know (sort of) what bluegrass music is. Bluegrass aficionados might be familiar with Lynyrd Skynyrd, the blues/boogie band that formed in 1966 in Jacksonville, Florida and named for "Leonard Skinner," a teacher who had suspended them for long hair. So what do you get when Bill Monroe meets the Allman Brothers? Southern boogiegrass music, for sure. The CMH record label has become quite famous (or infamous, depending on how you look at it) for their "Pickin' on...." series where well-known bluegrass session musicians have laid down acoustic tracks of tunes from the likes of the Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Pink Floyd, and Aerosmith. They've even taken to releasing string quartets playing the music of Sade, No Doubt, The White Stripes, Garth Brooks, Yanni, Limp Bizkit AC/DC, Metallica, and Bon Jovi. Hmmmm! Well, think about it. There's a lot of great music out there, and if you've been caught in a one-dimensional musical genre warp for the last few decades, then you might have missed it. Or you might have tuned it out if it didn't fit your definition of good sounds. So an album like Larry Cordle's "Lonesome Skynyrd Time" could very well introduce bluegrass lovers to the great Southern rock of Lynyrd Skynrd.

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