My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame
CAT # 11661-0103-2
1. My Home Ain't In the Hall of Fame 3:37 2. (I'll Be Your) Stepping Stone 3:43 3. She's Gone, Gone, Gone 2:34 4. Railroad Lady 2:54 5. Sin City 3:13 6. Will You Be Lonesome Too? 2:57 7. Lady 3:16 8. Showboat Gambler 2:37 9. Tennessee Blues 4:04 10. My Window Faces the South 2:51
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Featuring Legendary Vocalist Keith Whitley J.D. Crowe, one of the most progressive bluegrass bandleaders of the second generation, has always been known for his consummate taste in music and musicians. When Keith Whitley joined the New South, Crowe built a new sound for his band, a sound that combined their love of bluegrass with classic honky-tonk and western swing influences. Whitley bridged the gap between Crowe's various influences beautifully and effortlessly, and My Home Ain't In the Hall of Fame is the proof. J.D. Crowe and Keith Whitley had come together at just the right time for Whitley to emerge as a top-class singer and to expand his horizons as the New South further evolved into one of the most inventive and exciting bands in country and bluegrass music. Specially re-mixed for CD release, this long-unavailable 1978 classic boasts a unique blend of American music that still sounds fresh today.
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