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Various Artists
Appalachian Stomp: More Bluegrass Classics
Traditional Bluegrass,Bluegrass,Bluegrass-Gospel,Contemporary Country,Country Gospel,Gospel,Neo-Traditionalist Country,Progressive Bluegrass,Truck Driving Country,Contemporary Bluegrass
Recording date:
October 28, 1947 - 1992
Date of release:
April 20, 1999
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1517 mb
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1297 mb
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1125 mb
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Crowe, Tony Rice, Doyle Lawson, Bobby Hicks & Todd Phillips (The Bluegrass Album Band). On My Way Back To The Old Home. Written-By – Bill Monroe.

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Bluegrass is an American roots music that is a subset of country music. With roots primarily in Appalachia, this style dates back to the 1800s, with many of the songs being used for Minstrel shows and often referred to as a mix between blues and jazz music. It reflects the hardships of living. An album whose mission it is to create timeless bluegrass classics. Accompanied by a fantastic bluegrass ensemble.

One of the most legendary Appalachian artists, 86-year-old Loretta Lynn, is releasing a new record this month (Wouldn’t It Be Great, out Sept. 28), so it seems like an appropriate time to round up the best albums born of the region that brought us her and so many other folk, country, bluegrass and old-time musicians. 10. Mandolin Orange: This Side Of Jordan This Side Of Jordan is the breakthrough album from earnest Americana duo Mandolin Orange. Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz stomp out any evidence of a sophomore slump on their second release. The Steep Canyon Rangers understand that the bluegrass gene pool has even more variety and spice than great Mee Maw’s chow-chow. The music’s birthplace, the Appalachian region, was colonized by the Spanish and later settled by the Irish, Italians and anyone else who could hack the frontier life.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Molly and Tenbrooks Bill Monroe Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys 2:44
2 Salty Dog Blues Wiley Morris / Zeke Morris Earl Scruggs & The Foggy Mountain Boys / Flatt & Scruggs 2:30
3 I Wonder How the Old Folks Are at Home A.P. Carter Mac Wiseman 2:52
4 Ridin' That Midnight Train Ralph Stanley The Stanley Brothers 2:03
5 No Longer a Sweetheart of Mine Don Reno / Red Smiley Red Smiley & the Tennessee Cutups / Don Reno 2:13
6 Ruby (Are You Mad) Cousin Emmy Red Allen / Osborne Brothers 3:00
7 Hit Parade of Love Jimmy Martin Sunny Mountain Boys / Jimmy Martin 2:32
8 Footprints in the Snow Traditional Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys 2:41
9 Your Love Is Like a Flower Lester Flatt / Everett Lilly / Earl Scruggs Earl Scruggs & The Foggy Mountain Boys / Flatt & Scruggs 2:36
10 Sweet Little Miss Blue Eyes Don Helms Virginia Boys / Jim & Jesse 2:01
11 This Morning at Nine Sid Campbell The Country Gentlemen 2:23
12 Fox on the Run Tony Hazzard Emerson & Waldron 2:35
13 Little Maggie Ralph Stanley Ralph Stanley 2:46
14 If You're Ever Gonna Love Me Buck Graves / Leroy Mack Country Gazette 2:44
15 City of New Orleans Steve Goodman The Seldom Scene 2:59
16 Dark Hallow Bill Browning Muleskinner 2:47
17 On My Way Back to the Old Home Bill Monroe J.D. Crowe / Bobby Hicks / Doyle Lawson / Tony Rice 2:31
18 Lose Again Karla Bonoff Alison Krauss 2:56


Eddie Adcock - Banjo, Vocals
Red Allen - Performer, Primary Artist
Chubby Anthony - Fiddle
Mike Auldridge - Dobro, Vocals
Barry Bales - Bass
Byron Berline - Fiddle, Vocals
Ron Block - Banjo, Vocals
The Bluegrass Album Band - Performer
Karla Bonoff - Composer
Bill Browning - Composer
Roger Bush - Bass, Vocals
Sid Campbell - Composer
A.P. Carter - Composer
Roy Lee Centers - Guitar
Curley Ray Cline - Fiddle
Jack Cooke - Bass
Daniel Cooper - Liner Notes
Country Gazette - Performer, Primary Artist
The Country Gentlemen - Performer, Primary Artist
Cousin Emmy - Composer
J.D. Crowe - Banjo, Performer, Primary Artist
John Duffey - Mandolin, Vocals
Ben Eldridge - Banjo
Al Elliot - Bass
Emerson & Waldron - Performer, Primary Artist
Bill Emerson - Banjo, Vocals
Ed Ferris - Bass
Flatt & Scruggs - Performer, Primary Artist
Lester Flatt - Composer, Performer
Steve Goodman - Composer
Buck Graves - Composer
Tom Gray - Vocals
Richard Greene - Fiddle
David Grisman - Mandolin, Vocals
Tony Hazzard - Composer
Don Helms - Composer
Bobby Hicks - Performer, Primary Artist
Louis Innis - Guitar
Jim & Jesse - Performer, Primary Artist
John Kahn - Bass
Bill Keith - Banjo
Douglas Kirkham - Drums
Alison Krauss - Fiddle, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Pete Kuykendall - Banjo
Doyle Lawson - Mandolin, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Everett Lilly - Composer
Leroy Mack - Composer
Mack Magaha - Fiddle
Benny Martin - Fiddle
Jimmy Martin - Composer, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Don McHan - Guitar, Vocals
Jesse McReynolds - Mandolin, Vocals
Jim McReynolds - Guitar, Vocals
Patrick Milligan - Liner Notes
Bill Monroe - Composer, Mandolin, Performer, Vocals
Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys - Performer, Primary Artist
Bob Moore - Bass
Wiley Morris - Composer
Zeke Morris - Composer
Muleskinner - Performer, Primary Artist
Bill Napier - Mandolin
Ernie Newton - Bass
Osborne Brothers - Performer, Primary Artist
Bobby Osborne - Banjo, Vocals
Sonny Osborne - Banjo, Vocals
John Palmer - Bass
Todd Phillips - Bass, Performer
Bill Poffinberger - Fiddle, Mandolin
Jody Rainwater - Basque String Drum
Don Reno - Banjo, Composer, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Tony Rice - Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Peter Rowan - Guitar, Vocals
Earl Scruggs - Banjo, Composer, Performer, Vocals
Earl Scruggs & The Foggy Mountain Boys - Performer, Primary Artist
Curly Seckler - Mandolin, Vocals
The Seldom Scene - Performer, Primary Artist
Allen Shelton - Banjo
Red Smiley - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Red Smiley & the Tennessee Cutups - Performer, Primary Artist
Red Smith - Performer
Tim Stafford - Guitar
The Stanley Brothers - Performer, Primary Artist
Carter Stanley - Guitar, Vocals
Ralph Stanley - Banjo, Composer, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
John Starling - Guitar, Vocals
Adam Steffey - Mandolin
Sunny Mountain Boys - Primary Artist
Dave Sutherland - Bass
Traditional - Composer
Tommy Vaden - Fiddle
Virginia Boys - Performer, Primary Artist
Cliff Waldron - Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Waller - Guitar, Vocals
Howard Watts - Bass
Kenny Wertz - Guitar, Vocals
Clarence White - Guitar
Benny Williams - Mandolin
Chubby Wise - Fiddle
Mac Wiseman - Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals