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Sugar Hill Collection

  • 1. Come and Sit by the River
    2. Meet Me Over on the Other Side
    3. Likes of You, The
    4. Darby's Castle
    5. Sit Down Young Stranger
    6. It's Just Like Heaven
    7. For the First Time
    8. South Elm Street
    9. Blue Ridge Mountains Turning Green
    10. Lonely Dancer, The
    11. Riverboat Fantasy
    12. God's Coloring Book
    13. River Bottom
    14. Coal, Black Gold
    15. "In" Crowd, The
    16. Electricity
    17. I'm Lonesome Without You
    18. Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
    19. Things in Life
    20. Honey Don't
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2207

  • Credits

    Personnel: Doyle Lawson (vocals, guitar, mandolin, fiddle); Charlie Waller (vocals, guitar, tuned glass); Kent Dowell (vocals, guitar, banjo, percussion); Rick Allred (vocals, dobro, mandolin); James Baily (vocals, banjo); Bill Yates (vocals, acoustic bass); Mike Auldridge (dobro); Spider Gilliam (acoustic bass); Ed Ferris (bass); Ronnie Bucke (drums).
    Producers: Barry Poss, The Country Gentlemen.
    Engineers: Ronnie Bucke (tracks 1-10); Bill McElroy (tracks 11-20).
    Recorded at Track Recorders, Silver Spring, Maryland and Bias Studios, Springfield, Virginia. Tracks 1-10 originally released on Sugarhill Records (3712) and Tracks 11-20 originally released on Sugarhill Records (3723).
    Digitally remastered by David Glasser (Airshow, Springfield, Virginia).
    Personnel: Kent Dowell (vocals, tenor, guitar, banjo); Charlie Waller (vocals, guitar); Doyle Lawson (tenor, guitar, mandolin, fiddle); Billy Yates (baritone, bass voice, acoustic bass); Rick Allred (baritone, dobro, mandolin); James Bailey (baritone, banjo); Mike Auldridge (dobro); Spider Gillam (acoustic bass); Ronnie Bucke (drums).
    Audio Remasterer: David Glasser.
    Recording information: Bias Recording Company, Springfield, VA; Track Recorders, Silver Spring, MD.
    Photographer: Carl Fleischhauer.
    As the title suggests, Sugar Hill Collection compiles the highlights from the Country Gentlemen's recordings for the independent label Sugar Hill. Although these were made later in their career, the group sounds as good as they ever have. ~ Thom Owens

  • Critic Reviews
    Dirty Linen (4-5/96, p.95) - " appreciation of traditional bluegrass and a taste for `newgrass,' a more progressive style that perched them at the edge of rock/pop culture..."
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