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The Walls of Time

  • 1. Roving Gambler
    2. Lone Pilgrim
    3. Raglan Road (Dawning of the Day)
    4. Going up on the Mountain
    5. Casey's Last Ride
    6. Old, Old House - (bonus track)
    7. Hiroshima Mon Amour - (bonus track)
    8. Willow Garden - (bonus track)
    9. Moonshiner
    10. Thirsty in the Rain
    11. Walls of Time
    12. Plains of Waterloo
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SH-CD-3722

  • Credits
    ProducerHiroshi Asada; Peter Rowan; Richard Greene
    EngineerHiroshi Gotoh; Neil Wilburn; Richard Greene

    Personnel: Peter Rowan (guitar, vocals), Ricky Skaggs (mandolin, vocals), Eddie Adock (banjo, vocals), Alan O'Bryant (banjo, vocals), Sam Bush (mandolin, fiddle), Jerry Douglas (dobro), Triona Ni Dhomhnaill (clavier), Lightning Chance (bass, vocals), Richard Green (fiddle), Tony Trishka (banjo), Andy Statman (mandolin), Roger Mason (bass).
    Personnel: Peter Rowan (vocals, guitar, mandolin); Lorin Rowan (vocals, guitar, piano); Ricky Skaggs (vocals, tenor, mandola, mandolin, violin); Alan O'Bryant (tenor, banjo); Eddie Adcock (baritone, banjo); Lightning Chance (bass voice); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Tony Trischka (banjo); Sam Bush (mandolin, violin, fiddle); Andy Statman (mandolin); Richard Greene (fiddle); Trona N Dhomhnaill (Clavinet, keyboards).
    Audio Mixers: Hiroshi Gotoh; Richard Greene .
    Audio Remasterer: David Glasser.
    Recording information: Nippon Columbia, Tokyo, Japan; The Castle, Nashville, TN.
    Photographer: Michael Maggid.
    Arranger: Peter Rowan.
    Bluegrass stalwart Peter Rowan's 1981 album is an all-star affair; at least half the backing musicians are essentially the tops on their respective instruments, and if you haven't gotten your daily dose of that high lonesome sound, you won't go wrong with this. In fact, if you can listen to the harmonies on "Going Up on the Mountain" or the picking on "Thirsty in the Rain" without the hair on the back of your neck going up, you probably need medical attention. Don't miss two great ringers: "Plains of Waterloo," a folk song that predates bluegrass by about 100 years, and "Hiroshima Mon Amour," history's first-ever bluegrass protest song to be named after an impenetrable French New Wave film of the early '60s.

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