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Brothers from Different Mothers

  • 1. Head Hung Down
    2. You Oughta Be Here With Me
    3. Your Love Is Like A Flower
    4. When I've Traveled My Last Mile
    5. Years Ago
    6. There Is You
    7. Girl In The Valley
    8. Please Don't Let Our Sweet Love Die
    9. Oh Ye Must Be Born Again
    10. Winters Come & Gone
    11. When I Reach That Home Up There
    12. On The Other Side
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 6106172

  • Credits
    ProducerDarrin Vincent; Jamie Dailey
    EngineerMichael Latterell; Steve Chandler

    Personnel: Darrin Vincent (vocals, guitar, mandolin); Jamie Dailey (vocals, guitar); Jeff Parker (vocals, mandolin); Joe Dean, Jr. (bass voice, banjo); Bryan Sutton (guitar); Ron Block (banjo); Andy Leftwich (mandolin); David Davidson , David Angell (violin); Stuart Duncan, Tim Crouch (fiddle); Kris Wilkinson (viola); John Catchings (cello); Bob Mater (percussion).
    Audio Mixer: Neal Cappellino.
    Liner Note Author: Fred Bartenstein.
    Recording information: Adventure, Nashville, TN; Fool On The Hill, Nashville, TN; Omni, Nashville, TN; Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN; The Bunker, Nashville, TN; Trinity Sound, Nashville, TN.
    On their first album since taking the bluegrass world by storm (i.e., winning 2008 IBMA awards for Best New Artist and Entertainer of the Year and hitting the top of the bluegrass charts), Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent continued perfecting their letter-perfect, honeyed sound. Inspired by old-school brother harmony acts (e.g., the Delmores, the Louvins, the Monroes), the duo sync their vocal phrasing and timbres to suggest familial ties, but remain, as this album title suggests, brothers by musical bond only. Nonetheless, bolstered by their touring line-up of mandolinist Jeff Parker, banjoist Joe Dean, and fiddler Adam Haynes, they deliver top-notch bluegrass on original compositions and covers alike. It is on the latter that Dailey and Vincent reveal their deep musical curiosity by choosing songs outside their genre's strict dictates like "Winter's Come and Gone" by alt-country superstars Gillian Welch and David Rawlings and country legend Roger Miller's "You Oughta Be Here With Me."

  • Critic Reviews
    Dirty Linen (p.52) - "Dailey and Vincent craft a sound that, though deeply entrenched in the roots of bluegrass, sounds fresh, relaxed, and unencumbered."
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