- Performer:Ricky Skaggs
- Title:Uncle Pen
- Style:Bluegrass,Progressive Bluegrass,Contemporary Country,New Traditionalist,Neo-Traditionalist Country
- Date of release:March 26, 2002
- Size FLAC version1298 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1445 megabytes
- Size WMA version1927 megabytes
- Formats:AA DTS ASF MP2 MOD FLAC
Слушайте Uncle Pen (Album Version) от Ricky Skaggs из альбома Columbia Country Classics Volume 5: A New Tradition. Deezer: бесплатная потоковая трансляция музыки. Слушайте более 53 млн треков, создавайте свои плейлисты и делитесь любимыми песнями с друзьями. Oh, the people would come from far away, To dance all night to the break of day. When the caller would holler: "Do Si Do", They knew Uncle Pen was ready to go. Late in the evening, about sundown, High on the hill, an' above the town, Uncle Pen played the fiddle, Lord, how it rang, You could hear it talk, you could hear it sing! Well, he played an old tune they called the "Soldier's Joy", And he played the one they called the "Boston Boy". Greatest of all was the "Jennie Lynn", To me, that's where the fiddlin' begins.
Uncle Pen is in many ways a tribute album done by Ricky Skaggs for Bill Monroe, the man known as the father of bluegrass music. Monroe invented the style and name in the '40s. There are ten tracks on this 2002 release, including three that were written by Monroe: "Can't You Hear Me Callin'," "Wheel Hoss," and the title track, "Uncle Pen," a real toe-tapping bluegrass ride. In fact, all of the tunes on this offering are bluegrass numbers
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Uncle Pen" is a song written and originally recorded by bluegrass legend Bill Monroe. Besides Monroe, the song was recorded by Porter Wagoner in 1956, Goose Creek Symphony in 1971, Michael Nesmith of "The Monkees" in 1973 on his solo album Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash, and Ricky Skaggs in 1984. Uncle Pen" was Ricky Skaggs' ninth number one single on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of thirteen weeks on the country chart
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Watch the video for Uncle Pen from Ricky Skaggs's Country Gentleman: The Best Of Ricky Skaggs for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. When the caller would holler: "Do Si Do", They knew Uncle Pen wa. iscuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. fm Our Photo Recap Of KAABOO Del Mar Festival 2018. fm Our Photo Recap Of Mo Pop Festival 2018. fm Our Photo Recap Of Festival d'été de Québec 2018. Spotlight Madonna: 60 Years of the Pop Queen.
Richard Lee "Ricky" Skaggs (born July 18, 1954) is a country and bluegrass singer, musician, producer, and composer. He primarily plays mandolin; however, he also plays fiddle, guitar, mandocaster and banjo.
CreditsJohnny Bond - Composer
Lester Flatt - Composer
Rick Fowler - A&R, Project Coordinator
Amy Hill - Design, Layout Design
Zeke Manners - Composer
Jimmy Martin - Composer
Bill Monroe - Composer
Pam Narine - Copyright Coordinator
Earl Scruggs - Composer
Nick Shaffran - Compilation Producer
Ricky Skaggs - Guitar, Main Personnel, Mandolin, Primary Artist, Vocals
Carter Stanley - Composer
Ralph Stanley - Composer
Clark VanNess - Composer
|1||Uncle Pen Bill Monroe||Ricky Skaggs||2:26|
|2||Don't Get Above Your Raising Lester Flatt / Earl Scruggs||Ricky Skaggs||3:10|
|3||Your Old Love Letters Johnny Bond||Ricky Skaggs||3:41|
|4||If That's the Way You Feel Ralph Stanley||Ricky Skaggs||3:07|
|5||Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die Zeke Manners / Clark VanNess||Ricky Skaggs||3:57|
|6||Lost to a Stranger||Ricky Skaggs||2:54|
|7||Hold Whatcha Got Jimmy Martin||Ricky Skaggs||3:12|
|8||Wheel Hoss Bill Monroe||Ricky Skaggs||3:17|
|9||I'm Ready to Go Carter Stanley||Ricky Skaggs||2:53|
|10||Can't You Hear Me Callin' Bill Monroe||Ricky Skaggs||3:46|