- Performer:James King
- Title:These Old Pictures
- Style:Bluegrass,Traditional Bluegrass
- Date of release:1993
- Recording location:Big Mo Recording Studio, Kensington, MD
- Size FLAC version1617 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1650 megabytes
- Size WMA version1137 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC AU WAV VOX MP4 AHX
With these picturesThat Momma left behind These old pictures of love and better times As I hold her memory I can't hold back the tears That fall like rain On these old pictures. I slowly turned the pages As I read these lines Blessed is the precious gift that's love throughout all times In my hand I could see A picture of Momma holding me I heard her say I love you one last time. James King - It's Hot Down Here. James King - Daddy Doesn't Pray Anymore. James King - I Just Steal Away and Pray.
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Album: The Bluegrass Storyteller. Original Release Date: 2005. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Album: These Old Pictures. Original Release Date: 1993.
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Criteria: These "Blues" albums were chosen to showcase the artists musical vision through their impact, originality, influence, creative inspiration & musical quality. This list does not include "greatest hits, best of, live albums, box sets OR albums by those artists who did not exhibit a clear blues thread throughout their careers. Last Updated: 2007-02-16. 1. King Of The Delta Blues - Robert Johnson 2. West Side Soul - Magic Sam 3. Born Under A Bad Sign - Albert King 4. I Am The Blues - Willie Dixon 5. A Man and The Blues - Buddy Guy 6. Hoodoo Man.
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. These three Minneapolis dudes played savagely emotional hardcore punk that became a big influence on Nirvana, among others. The Hüskers created a rorar like garbage trucks trying to sing Beach Boys songs, especially on the anthems Celebrated Summer and Perfect Example. These Kentucky boys took a giant leap forward on their fourth album – giant enough to take them from a jammy Americana band to awe-inspiring purveyors of interstellar art rock. My Morning Jacket infused Z with both Eno-esque keyboards and sculpted guitars, but also Skynyrd-style riffs and bar-band grooves.
King and company turn all of these country classics into sweet bluegrass. Some, like Don Gibson’s "Blue Blue Day" and Cal Smith’s "Jason’s Farm" seem born to be turned into bluegrass. They fit the new form like a glove. And while some, like Shaver’s "Old Five and Dimers" may seem more forced, King’s rendition reveals the Georgia side of the Texan Billy Joe’s past. Although modern country audiences probably won’t enjoy this album, "the old farts and jackasses" Blake Shelton famously referred to certainly will. The takes the old school back to an older school to a tradition that hearkens back to the Scotch-Irish music of King James’s time. James King’s melodious bluegrass honors its folkloric roots.
CreditsTom Adams - Banjo
Bill Anderson - Composer
Ron Barbera - Composer
Scott Billington - Design
Hylo Brown - Composer
Dudley Connell - Guitar, Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background)
Hazel Dickens - Composer
Ronnie Freeland - Engineer, Mixing
Cullen Galyen - Composer
Ken Irwin - Producer
The Johnson Mountain Boys - Guest Artist
James King - Primary Artist, Vocals
David McLaughlin - Guitar, Mandolin, Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background)
Lisa Metzger - Photography
Glen Neaves - Composer
Fred Rose - Composer
Tim Smith - Fiddle
Jack Tottle - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Marshall Wilborn - Bass
Hank Williams - Composer
|1||Leavin' Jack Tottle||James King||3:01|
|2||Teardrop on a Rose Fred Rose / Hank Williams||James King||3:01|
|3||Lonely River Cullen Galyen||James King||2:02|
|4||These Old Pictures||James King||2:38|
|5||The Old Swinging Bridge Glen Neaves||James King||2:20|
|6||Old River Hazel Dickens||James King||3:06|
|7||I'll Get By Traditional||James King||2:48|
|8||Garden in the Sky Traditional||James King||3:02|
|9||Slippin' Away Bill Anderson||James King||2:37|
|10||Silent Partner (Called the Blues) Hylo Brown||James King||2:21|
|11||My Achin' Heart||James King||2:13|
|12||Weary Angel of Death Ron Barbera||James King||3:11|