CD Taken [Rhonda Vincent] (CD 6974711),
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Taken [Rhonda Vincent]

  • 1. Court of Love, The
    2. Taken
    3. In the Garden by the Fountain
    4. Song of a Whippoorwill
    5. Back on My Mind
    6. When the Bloom Is Off the Rose
    7. Ragin' Live for You Tonight
    8. Sweet Summertime
    9. Tonight My Baby's Coming Home
    10. Little at a Time, A
    11. God Is Watching
    12. You Must Have a Dream
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 001

  • Credits
    ProducerRhonda Vincent & The Rage
    EngineerBil VornDick

    Personnel: Rhonda Vincent (vocals, mandolin); Aaron McDaris (bass voice, banjo); Ben Helson (guitar); Hunter Berry (fiddle); Mickey Harris (acoustic bass).
    Audio Mixer: Bil VornDick.
    Recording information: Adventure Studios, Nashville, TN.
    Creator: Constance McCardle.
    Photographer: Kari Rowe.
    Bluegrass veteran Rhonda Vincent parted ways with Rounder after 2009's Destination Life, choosing the relative freedom of her own label, studio, and production team to churn out her 2010 independent follow-up, Taken. Deftly straddling the line between contemporary country and modern bluegrass, Taken picks right up where Destination Life ended, adding another 12 tracks of impeccable picking, fiddling, and crooning to her already impressive canon. Vincent called in more than a few friends, along with her top-notch band, the Rage, to assist her this time around, including her daughters, the duo known as the Next Best Thing. Richard Marx lends his radio-ready pipes to the ballad "Taken," Dolly Parton stops on by and offers up her unmistakable soprano to the chorus of "In the Garden by the Fountain," and award-winning bluegrass guitarist Bryan Sutton paints the heartbreak ballad "A Little at a Time" with some subtle, weepy slide work. Toss in a spirited version of the trucker staple "Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," a hit for Barbara Mandrell in 1971, and you've got another fine collection of homey Sunday-afternoon goodness from this dependable bandleader, player, and singer. ~ James Christopher Monger

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