At the Old Schoolhouse
CAT # 11661-0260-2
1. Intro/Black Mountain Blues 5:14 2. Let the Whole World Talk 2:58 3. Long Journey Home 2:01 4. Bluest Man in Town 3:32 5. John Henry, the Steel Driving Man 1:50 6. Weathered Gray Stone 4:50 7. Unwanted Love 2:21 8. Ricestrow 1:58 9. Waltz Across Texas 2:13 10. Five Speed 2:33 11. Dream of a Miner's Child 4:54 12. Georgia Stomp 2:43 13. Sweetest Gift 2:41 14. I've Found a Hiding Place 3:28 15. With Body and Soul 3:22 16. Orange Blossom Special 3:12 17. Get Down On Your Knees and Pray 3:38 18. Going to Georgia 1:26 19. Now Just Suppose 3:17 20. Don't You Call My Name 2:09 21. Do You Call That Religion 2:44 22. Daniel Prayed 2:56 23. Wake Up Susan 1:28
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The Johnson Mountain Boys have a pure, driving sound filled with a vigor that makes them much more than revivalists. They're truly an authentic band, true to the soul of the roots of bluegrass. Though they disbanded in the late '80s, the band's enthusiasm for the music they love and the urging of fans led to their regrouping in 1994. This album, recorded at the Lucketts, Virginia Community Center, captures their 'farewell' performance prior to their temporary retirement. It was the IBMA record of the year, and a Grammy finalist.
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