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Hylo Brown - The Best Of Hylo Brown Essential Original Masters (25 Classics) FLAC Album

Tracklist

1Mole In The Ground2:21
2Lonely Tombs 2:03
3Handsome Molly 1:25
4Intoxicated Rat1:25
5Sunny Tennessee3:05
6Weeping Willow 2:01
7Prisoner Song 1:38
8The Picture On The Wall2:33
9Ground Hog 2:00
10Froggie Went A Courtin'1:37
11Preacher And The Bear2:11
12Lonesome Road Blues2:09
13Wild Bill Jones 1:43
14Sitting On Top Of The World2:35
15Chain Gang Blues2:26
16Are You Tired Of Me My Darling2:02
17 Lost To A Stranger1:57
18All The Good Times Are Past And Gone 2:39
19I'm Coming Back But I Don't Know When1:15
20Foolish Pride2:26
21Jacob's Ladder1:55
22Walking Cane2:11
23Little John Henry2:55
24Girl In The Blue Velvet Band3:03
25I'll Be All Smiles Tonight 3:31

Credits

  • Compilation ProducerSam Passamano, Jr.
  • DesignMarty Rosamond
  • Liner NotesColin Escott
  • Mastered BySteve Hoffman

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 32351 03132 6

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rural Rhythm Records
  • Copyright (c) – Rural Rhythm Records

Hylo Brown - The Best Of Hylo Brown Essential Original Masters (25 Classics) FLAC Album
Performer:
Hylo Brown
Title:
The Best Of Hylo Brown Essential Original Masters (25 Classics)
FLAC size:
1514 mb
MP3 size:
2324 mb
WMA size:
1195 mb
Country:
US
Released:
2006
Label:
Rural Rhythm Classics
Style:
Bluegrass
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
RHY-313
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The Best Of (Essential Original Masters)

“Nineteen of the 25 tracks on this Heritage Collection sampler were produced by Lee Sutton (also a visionary who helped Uncle Jim capture the music).
Those cuts were compiled from six previously released Hylo Brown LPs (RR-168, 176, 183, 187, 200, and 204).
The remaining six tracks are from the Rural Rhythm master library and never before released.
All of the material was recorded circa 1966-68, and all was consistently high quality. It’s also been remastered by Steve Hoffman for CD.
Copious liner notes are provided by country music historian Colin Escott”.
[Joe Ross, staff writer, Bluegrass Now]
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