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The Blanchard Valley Bluegrass Boys - Cabin In The Woods Album


Performer: The Blanchard Valley Bluegrass Boys
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: Cabin In The Woods
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Bluegrass
Label: Starr Records
Catalog Number: SLP 51682
FLAC version ZIP size: 2234 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1734 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2060 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 242

Tracklist

1More Gals From Where You Came2:23
2Cabin In The Woods2:10
3The Blanchard Valley Breakdown2:40
4We've Been To The Mountain1:59
5Memories Of Our Love3:05
6Raise A Ruckus2:14
7Children Go Where I Send Thee1:52
8Amie3:45
9I've Just Seen The Rock Of Ages4:08
10I Owe It All To You2:31
11Just Because1:57
12Our Love Could Be True3:25

Credits

  • 5-String BanjoEd Burwell
  • Acoustic BassBob Schroeder
  • Acoustic GuitarRudy Okuly
  • FiddleBill Richmond
  • MandolinLynn Fox
  • Recorded ByJack Casey

Notes

Recorded at Rome Recording Studios, 1414 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205; Starr Records is a division of Rome Records.

Produced by The Blanchard Valley Bluegrass Boys.

Album

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