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That High Lonesome Sound
Live album by Old and in the Way
Released February 20, 1996
Recorded October 1973
Genre Folk, Bluegrass
Label Acoustic Disc
Producer David Grisman
Professional reviews
Old and in the Way chronology
Old and in the Way
(1975)
That High Lonesome Sound
(1996)
Breakdown
(1997)
Jerry Garcia chronology
Shady Grove
(1996)
That High Lonesome Sound
(1996)
How Sweet It Is
(1997)
David Grisman chronology
Shady Grove
(1996)
That High Lonesome Sound
(1996)
Breakdown
(1997)

That High Lonesome Sound is the second live release of bluegrass music by Old and in the Way. Like the first one, Old and in the Way, it was recorded at the Boarding House in San Francisco in October, 1973.[3]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Hard Hearted" (Jesse McReynolds, Jim McReynolds) – 2:46
  2. "The Great Pretender" (Buck Ram) – 3:38
  3. "Lost" (Buzz Busby, Cindy Davis) – 3:25
  4. "Catfish John" (Bob McDill, Allen Reynolds) – 4:05
  5. "That High Lonesome Sound" (Peter Rowan) – 3:40
  6. "Lonesome Fiddle Blues" (Vassar Clements) – 3:06
  7. "Love Please Come Home" (Leon Jackson) – 3:29
  8. "Wicked Path of Sin" (Bill Monroe) – 2:18
  9. "Uncle Pen" (Monroe) – 2:57
  10. "I'm on my Way back to the Old Home" (Monroe) – 2:54
  11. "Lonesome L.A. Cowboy" (Rowan) – 4:22
  12. "I Ain't Broke (But I'm Badly Bent)" (H. Payne) – 2:51
  13. "Orange Blossom Special" (Ervin Rouse) – 3:31
  14. "Angel Band" (Jefferson Hascall, W.B. Bradbury) – 4:37

Credits

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Old and in the Way

Production

  • Recording engineers – Owsley Stanley, Victoria Babcock
  • Producer – David Grisman
  • Production coordination – Craig Miller
  • Mastering – Paul Stubblebine
  • Liner notes – Neil V. Rosenberg[1], Richard Loren, Owsley Stanley
  • Design, layout – D. Brent Hauseman
  • Photography – Neil V. Rosenberg, Nobuharu Koboriya, Susana Millman, Sheldan Collins

Notes

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. That High Lonesome Sound at Allmusic
  2. ^ Metzger, John. That High Lonesome Sound, The Music Box, April 1998
  3. ^ That High Lonesome Sound at the Grateful Dead Family Discography

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