Label: Rural Rhythm Records - RRTM 243 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass
Bluegrass legends Earl Taylor and Jim McCall, along with the Stoney Mountain Boys, did much to advance the cause of bluegrass in the s. Though not exactly chart-busters, they did record albums that were popular among college students and lovers of roots : Allmusic.
Johnny Cash. Lonesome Road Blues feat. Jim McCall / The Stoney Mountain Boys / Earl Taylor. Bill Monroe / Traditional. Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone feat. Jim McCall / The Stoney Mountain Boys / Earl Taylor. Spotify. Over the Hill to the Poor House feat. Jim McCall / The Stoney Mountain Boys / Earl Taylor.
· Earl Taylor & Jim McCall – 20 Bluegrass Favorites. Old habits die hard, and one of the hardest to shake is the tendency to assign bluegrass to the Appalachian hills and hollers. Though understandable, it’s inaccurate; almost as quickly as Bill Monroe’s brand of country music turned into a genre, it found a home in the smoky nightclubs.
· McCall and Earl Taylor with the Stoney Mountain Boys recorded three albums for Rural Rhythm in the mid-to-late s. Cuts from those excellent LPs, three separate volumes have been re-released on CD; 20 Bluegrass Favorites (Best Of The 60’s) (Rural Rhythm RHY) and 24 Bluegrass Favorites (Best Of The 70’s) (Rural Rhythm RHY).
Read about Cold Inside from Earl Taylor & Jim McCall with The Stoney Mountain Boys's Earl Taylor & Jim McCall, Volume 3 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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