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The Great Dobro Sessions

  • 1. Fireball Mail - Curtis Burch/Gene Wooten/Jerry Douglas/Josh Graves/Mike Auldridge/Rob Ickes/Stacy Phillips/Tut Taylor
    2. Dibro Chimes - Bashful Brother Oswald
    3. Just Joshin' - Josh Graves
    4. Poison Love - Gene Wooten
    5. Birdland - Jerry Douglas
    6. Wave - Mike Auldridge
    7. Last Rose of Autumn, The - Stacy Phillips
    8. Rainbow Bridge - Curtis Burch
    9. Great Season Waltz - Sally Van Meter
    10. Scrapin' the Barrel - Rob Ickes
    11. Little Green Pill - Curtis Burch/Tut Taylor
    12. Day Tripper - Gene Wooten
    13. Flatt Lonesome - Josh Graves/Tim Graves
    14. Abilene Gal - Jerry Douglas
    15. McHattie's Waltz - Rob Ickes
    16. Ace of Spades - Stacy Phillips
    17. Suitcase - Curtis Burch/Jerry Douglas
    18. Cherokee Schuffle - Sally Van Meter
    19. Lonesome Dobro - Curtis Burch/Tut Taylor
    20. Wake Forest - Mike Auldridge
    21. End of the World, The - Bashful Brother Oswald
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2206

  • Credits
    ProducerJerry Douglas; Tut Taylor
    EngineerBil VornDick

    Additional guest artists: Charlie Collins, David Grier (guitar), Alison Brown (banjo), Kenny Baker (fiddle).
    Recorded at Music Row Audio, Nasville, Tennessee. Includes liner notes by Bill Vernon and Jerry Douglas.
    THE GREAT DOBRO SESSIONS won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album.
    Personnel: David Grier, Russ Barenberg, Charlie Collins (guitar); Curtis Burch, Gene Wooten, Jerry Douglas , Josh Graves, Mike Auldridge, Rob Ickes, Sally Van Meter, Stacy Phillips, Tim Graves, Tut Taylor, Bashful Brother Oswald (dobro); Larry Perkins, Alison Brown, Bla Fleck (banjo); Ronnie McCoury, Sam Bush (mandolin); Kenny Baker , Stuart Duncan, Vassar Clements (fiddle).
    Recording information: Music Row Audio.
    Photographers: Gene Wooten; Seor McGuire; Tut Taylor.

  • Critic Reviews
    Sing Out! (11-12/94-1/95, p.136) - "...a godsend for anyone who loves the lonesome, elastic sound of the resophonic essential purchase for dobro players or fans, and also one of the best and most diverse instrumental albums in any genre of recent years..."
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