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Back to the MAC


  • 1. Come Back to Me in My Dreams
    2. Medals for Mothers
    3. "Good to Be Back at the Mac..."
    4. When My Time Comes to Go
    5. "Back Home We Have a Little Music Barn..."
    6. Drifting to Far from the Shore
    7. "Y'all Wanna Hear a Little Fiddle Playing?"
    8. Lost John
    9. Please Search Your Heart
    10. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke
    11. Old, Old House, The
    12. "One of the Greatest Mandolin Players in the Whole World Right Here..."
    13. East Tennessee Blues
    14. You Can Take Your Nine Puund Hammer
    15. "I'll Introduce You to the Guitar Player Right Now..."
    16. Little Unfair, A
    17. I Hung My Head and Cried
    18. I'll Stay Around
    19. Why Did You Wonder?
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ROUCD 0487

  • Credits
    ProducerIIIrd Tyme Out; Ken Irwin; Steve Dilling; Mike Hartgrove; Russell Moore
    Engineer

    IIIrd Tyme Out: Steve Dilling (vocals, guitar, banjo); Russell Moore (vocals, guitar); Wayne Benson (vocals, mandolin); Ray Deaton (vocals, upright bass); Mike Hartgrove (fiddle).
    Recorded live at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky.
    Personnel: Steve Dilling, Russell Moore (vocals, guitar); Mike Hartgrove (fiddle).
    Recording information: Mountain Arts Center, Prestonburg, KY (10/03/2000).
    Their second album in three years (even recorded at the same venue), IIIrd Tyme Out's follow-up to their wildly successful Live at the MAC exclusively contains the band's interpretations of other musicians' material, not too unusual in bluegrass but still a fine marker of the band's progress and standing. The group's sound, as always, is undeniably smooth, especially for the charged version of the high, lonesome sound that they provide. It is evident in the band's solos, Wayne Benson's ridiculously fast mandolin run in Molly O'Day's "When My Time Comes To Go," for example. A good barometer for the group (or any group) is their rendition of the oft-performed gospel number "Drifting Too Far From the Shore." The band's harmonies are meticulously precise (they are the winners of the International Bluegrass Association's coveted Vocal Group award). Likewise, each element is a nearly perfect mix of energy and accuracy. There is hardly a ragged edge to be found on this disc. This is true, almost to a fault. The band's harmonies are so impassioned, though, that one forgets nearly as soon as the complaint begins to burble up. ~ Jesse Jarnow

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