Live in Japan
CAT # 11661-0159-2
1. She' Gone, Gone, Gone 2:42 2. Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler 3:49 3. Shuckin' the Corn 1:58 4. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain 2:54 5. Railroad Lady 3:40 6. Sugar Coated Love 2:48 7. Memphis Mandolin 2:54 8. Rose Colored Glasses 3:42 9. Red Rockin' Chair 2:55 10. The Martha White Theme 2:00 11. Ballad of Jed Clampett 2:58 12. Foggy Mountain Breakdown 2:28 13. My Window Faces South 2:08 14. I'm Walkin' 2:28
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J.D. Crowe & the New South stretched the boundaries of bluegrass throughout the 1970s, and this particular Keith Whitley-fronted band was one of Crowe's most experimental outfits. While the group's sole studio album was a masterpiece of modern country/bluegrass fusion, it didn't tell the whole story of this trailblazing band. Live in Japan fills in the rest of the picture by confirming a basic point: No matter what happened in the recording studio, when it came time to take the stage, J.D. Crowe & the New South was a bluegrass band. At the end of the 1970s, there wasn't a hotter one anywhere in the world.' --Jon Hartley Fox, from his the liner notes Here are the only bluegrass recordings made by this late '70s edition of the New South: J.D. Crowe, Keith Whitley, Bobby Slone, Jimmy Gaudreau and Steve Bryant.
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