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Time Again * [Dirk Powell]
1. Lord, I Used to Know 150 Songs By Heart...
3. Goin' Where I've Never Been Before
4. Mother's Little Children
5. Prettiest Little Girl in the County
6. Old Love Song, Folk Song..., An
7. Texas Bells
8. My Love Lies in the Ground
9. Honey Baby
11. You Used to Play That Cindy...
12. Sally Ann
13. Wish I Had a Dollar
14. Zollie's Retreat
15. Handsome Molly
16. That's a Good Little Lick Right There...
17. Sow 'Em on the Mountain
18. Three Forks of Cumberland - (live)
19. When Sorrows Encompass Me Round
20. [Untitled Hidden Track] - (hidden track)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 519
Doug Wilson; Reid Scelza; Mark Wilkinson
Personnel: Dirk Powell (vocals, guitar, banjo, fretless woodhead banjo, fiddle, bass); Tom Sauber (vocals, guitar, banjo); Jim Miller, Tim O'Brien (vocals, guitar); Darrell Scott (vocals, resophonic guitar, mandolin); Patrick Sauber (vocals, banjo, mandolin); Riley Baugus (vocals, banjo); Travis Stuart (bass).
Recorded at The Cypress House, Parks, Louisiana in 2003.
Personnel: Dirk Powell (vocals, guitar, banjo, fretless banjo, mandolin, fiddle); Tom Sauber (vocals, guitar, banjo); Jim Miller, Tim O'Brien (vocals, guitar); Darrell Scott (vocals, resonator guitar, mandolin); Riley Baugus (vocals, banjo); Kevin Sandri (guitar); Rev. P.T. Grover, Jr. (banjo); Caleb Klauder (mandolin); Stephen "Sammy" Lind (fiddle).
Liner Note Author: Dirk Powell.
Recording information: Ashland, KY (1990-2003); Barbecue Pit, Nashville, TN (1990-2003); Brown Recluse Studios, Nashville, TN (1990-2003); Cypress House Studios, Parks, LA (1990-2003); The Shedd, Eugene, OR (1990-2003).
Photographers: Dirk Powell; Robley Dupleix.
Arranger: Dirk Powell.
There is not really anyone else like Dirk Powell on the American folk scene. An accomplished clawhammer banjo player, fiddler, and guitarist with a command of about a dozen different Appalachian traditions, he is also an heir (by marriage) to the rich Cajun musical heritage of the Balfa family, and plays a very fine accordion alongside his wife Christine Balfa in the band Balfa Toujours. Time Again focuses on Appalachian material, though, and is a warm and deeply affecting celebration of the music handed down to him by his grandfather and other family members; it includes one of the sweetest and loveliest renditions of "Prettiest Little Girl in the County" ever committed to tape (notice Powell's exquisitely tasteful banjo behind Jim Miller's lead vocal) as well as a wonderful Powell original titled "Waterbound" (no relation to the familiar traditional tune of the same name) and a whole slew of joyful instrumental dance numbers. The album ends with a hidden track that sounds like a home recording of Powell and his grandfather playing "Cripple Creek" together. Very highly recommended. ~ Rick Anderson
Mojo (Publisher) (p.110) - 3 stars out of 5 - "Intercut with reminiscences from his musician grandfather, and featuring excellent support from musicians like Riley Baugus and Tim O'Brien, it's an uplifting, low-key charmer."
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