- Performer:A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys
- Title:Sing a Bluegrass Song
- Size FLAC version1811 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1938 megabytes
- Size WMA version1547 megabytes
- Formats:MMF TTA VOC AUD AC3 DMF
The Bluegrass Album is the nineteenth studio album and the first bluegrass album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. It was released on September 24, 2013 via Alan's Country Records and EMI Nashville. Jackson wrote eight songs for the album. It also includes covers of The Dillards' "There Is a Time", John Anderson's "Wild and Blue" and Bill Monroe's "Blue Moon of Kentucky".
Blue Ridge Cabin Home - The Bluegrass Album Band 92. Duncan & Brady (He's Been On The Job Too Long) - The Johnson Mountain Boys 93. Shady Grove - Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder 9. Cotton-Eyed Joe - Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys 106. Sally Goodin - Byron Berline Band 107. Sea Of Heartbreak - Country Gentlemen 108.
The Grammy Award for Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album was an honor presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to artists, producers, and engineers for quality gospel music albums
A great song from the Collingsworth Family's latest album, "Part of the Family. Modern modest - the Collingsworth Family power out a compelling "Resurrection Morn" (NQC version) - YouTube. Love to hear The Oak Ridge Boys sing old Gospel songs! Sweet Beulah Land, written and sung by Squire Parson, Audio Track from Gospel Greats of the Pictures from the Land of Israel. Sweet Beulah Land - Squire Parsons - YouTube. Johnny Cash & Friends - A Song for Elvis Presley. Johnny Cash Friends sing a song for Elvis Presley: "This Train Is Bound for Glory". What others are saying.
Jackson appears to have accepted that, because this set, his 15th studio album, finds him going bluegrass, a genre country music stations aren't likely to lend much credence to. There's nothing too startling on The Bluegrass Album.
The Oak Ridge Boys discography. The Oak Ridge Boys is an American musical group. Originally a gospel group, The Oak Ridge Boys switched its focus to country music in the mid-1970s, releasing a string of hit albums and singles that lasted into the early 1990s. Their discography comprises thirty-one studio albums and fifty-six singles.
A bluegrass song from the 1800s about traveling through life. 12. 66 26. Wabash Cannonball. Best performed by Claire Lynch. Originally recorded by the Carver Boys under a slightly different title this song was then popularized by Bill Monroe in the '40s. 23. 19 8. Pig in a Pen. Best performed by the Stanley Brothers.
CreditsA.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys - Primary Artist
|1||Mountain Man||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:21|
|2||Lines on the Highway||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||3:50|
|3||The Hills of Home||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:17|
|4||Uncle Bill’s Still||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:20|
|5||Lonesome Smokey||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||3:35|
|6||Do Unto Others||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:35|
|7||Sing a Bluegrass Song||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:24|
|8||Carolina’s Calling Me||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||1:58|
|9||Pretty Polly||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||4:04|
|10||Story of the F.F.V.||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:41|
|11||Hombre||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:44|
|12||Sally The Rogue||A.L. Wood & the Smokey Ridge Boys||2:44|