Bluegrass Review Oct 28, 2017-Nov 3, 2017 #1744

The show opens with a pair of almost identical titles. Then it is on to the Gem of Bluegrass where we present the evolution of the song “There is a Time.” Every once in a while, a bluegrass groups sings songs reminiscent of the “western” groups such as the Sons of the Pioneers or the Chuck Wagon Gang. We pick out a couple and play them. Later, the show welcomes Autumn, with songs of fallen leaves and a couple of spell-casting women.

No Other Heart’s as True as Mine FY5 The Way These Things Go
Nobody’s Love is Like Mine Stanley Bros 1953-58 and 1959 Bear Family

Gems 1742 Gem of Bluegrass: The Song Evolution of There is a Time

Song Artist CD Label
There is a Time Dillards 


Back Porch Bluegrass and Live!!! Almost!!! Elektra
There is a Time Valerie Smith & Becky Buller Here’s a Little Song Bell Buckle
There is a Time Uncle Earl She Waits for Night Rounder
A Maid in Bedlam John Renbourne Group A Maid in Bedlam Shanachie lp
There is a Time Fendermen Best of Plum
Mule Skinner Blues Fendermen Best of Plum
There is a Time Dillards Back Porch Bluegrass and Live!!! Almost!!! Elektra

Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds Ma Crow & the lady Slippers Black Wings
Columbus Stockade Blues Village Singers A Tribute to Governor Jimmie Davis Pinecastle


Song Artist CD Label
(House of the Rising Sun Kevin Prater Band All I Ever Wanted Patuxent)


Song Artist CD Label
Old Tom Mile Twelve Onwards Delores The Taurus


Summertime is Past and Gone Red Allen and the Kentuckians Lonesome and Blue Rebel
Falling Leaves Jeff Scroggins & Colorado Western Branches
Colors and Crossroads Sideline Colors and Crossroads Mountain Fever
Hexie Cindy G Jail Break
Didn’t Die Becky Buller ‘Tween Earth and Sky Dark Shadows 



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