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Still Climbing Mountains


  • 1. Still Climbing Mountains
    2. Monrobro
    3. Mountain of the Lord
    4. Boulder City Dam
    5. Riding the Danville Pike
    6. Life Without You
    7. Union Man
    8. Only a Thought Away
    9. Buck Hill
    10. This Ain't the First Time I've Walked in These Shoes
    11. Uncle Fred
    12. Seventh Angel, The (Introduction)
    13. Seventh Angel, The
    14. Goodbye for a While
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ROUCD 0489

  • Credits
    ProducerJerry Douglas
    EngineerGary Paczosa

    Blue Highway: Rob Ickes (vocals, guitar, dobro); Shawn Lane (vocals, guitar, mandolin, fiddle); Tim Stafford (vocals, guitar); Wayne Taylor (vocals, bass); Jason Burleson (guitar, banjo).
    Additional personnel includes: Alison Krauss (vocals); Kenny Malone (percussion).
    Recorded at Dark Horse Studios, Franklin, Tennessee. Includes liner notes by Jon Weisberger.
    Website: www.oldhomepage.com/bluehighway/
    Personnel: Rob Ickes (vocals, guitar, dobro); Shawn Lane (vocals, guitar, mandolin, fiddle); Tim Stafford (vocals, guitar); Alison Krauss, Wayne Taylor (vocals); Jason Burleson (guitar, banjo); Kenny Malone (percussion).
    Audio Mixers: Gary Paczosa; Jerry Douglas ; Blue Highway.
    Liner Note Author: Jon Weisberger.
    Recording information: Dark Horse Studios, Franklin, TN.
    Photographer: Seor McGuire.
    Consistently turning in the best contemporary bluegrass performances on record, Blue Mountain continues their streak with Still Climbing Mountains. Vocalist Tim Stafford and the exceptional dobroist Rob Ickes are well-worth every IBMA award they've won, and the songs remain as strong as any the band has recorded before. An early highlight is the blistering instrumental "Monrobro," featuring some of the fastest dobro playing on record, and the rousing harmonies of "Danville Pike." Producer Jerry Douglas may have something to do with the dobro-centricity of the album, but the band is certainly playing to their strengths, and the help they get from Alison Krauss and legendary country drummer Kenny Malone on the spiritual "Seventh Angel" only makes their best qualities stronger. In a year of many terrific bluegrass releases, Still Climbing Mountains ranks among the best of them. ~ Zac Johnson

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