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Performer: Various
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Orthophonic Joy (The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited)
Released: 2015
Style: Country, Bluegrass
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TITLE added to MP3 cart. Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited. Exclusive Prime pricing. Orthophonic Joy is magnificent! Any person who is a true fan of American music should give this a listen. It's a masterfully done history lesson on the earliest recordings of Americana music. Hey, the music is excellent also, many great versions of some classic songs. you will not be disappointed.

Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited. Released by Sony Music May 2015 37 Tracks. Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited is a English album released on May 2015. This album is composed by See Subsong. Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited Album has 37 songs sung by Eddie Stubbs, Doyle Lawson, Quicksilver. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited songs on Gaana.

This timeless, haunting, and powerful, Orthophonic Joy re-imagines the iconic recordings that created the "Big Bang" of country music and catapulted The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers to stardom. Produced by Grammy-winning producer Carl Jackson, these songs are accompanied by narration by longtime Grand Ole Opry host Eddie Stubbs and their enduring beauty shines through. Not only does this album pay homage to the original recordings, it is destined to stir a re-awakening within the industry the 1927 Bristol Sessions helped shape. Legacy, Sony Music Entertainment 510135. мы улучшили вашПлейлист дня и другие умные плейлисты.

The Bristol Sessions were held in 1927 in Bristol, Tennessee by Victor Talking Machine Company producer Ralph Peer. The Bristol Sessions marked the commercial debuts of Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family. In 2015, Sony Legacy Recordings released Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited as a benefit for the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. WSM disc jockey and country music historian Eddie Stubbs narrates 19 tracks that tell the story of the 1927 recording sessions.

Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited is a double-CD produced by Grammy Award-winner Carl Jackson, a Bluegrass and country music artist, as a benefit for the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, Tennessee. The project was conceived by executive producer Rusty Morrell, a Bristol native who was well acquainted with the story of the historic 1927 Bristol Sessions and imagined a modern tribute to the sessions that have been dubbed the 'big bang' of country music.

The album is backed by the Birthplace of Country Music museum, the Virginia Tourism Corporation, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and Bristol Convention and Visitors Bureau. Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited Track List: Disc 1. 1. Don’t Deny Yourself the Sheer Joy of Orthophonic Music. (narration by Eddie Stubbs). 2. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, I’m Redeemed. 3. All They Needed Now Was Talent.

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1-1 Eddie Stubbs, Alcoa Quartet Don't Deny Yourself The Sheer Joy Of Orthophonic Music
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["I'm Redeemed"] – Alcoa Quartet
4:26
1-2 Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver I'm Redeemed
Arranged By – Doyle LawsonBaritone Vocals – Dustin PyrtleBass Vocals – Josh SwiftLead Vocals – Doyle LawsonTenor Vocals – Eli JohnstonWritten By – Traditional
4:08
1-3 Eddie Stubbs, The Carter Family All They Needed Now Was Talent
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow"] – The Carter Family
3:33
1-4 Emmylou Harris Bury Me Beneath The Willow
Arranged By – Carl JacksonAutoharp – Jeremy StephensBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle – Aubrey HaynieHarmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Mother Maybelle's Stromberg Guitar] – Carl JacksonLead Vocals – Emmylou HarrisMandolin – Adam SteffeyPiano – Catherine MarxWritten By – Traditional
3:22
1-5 Eddie Stubbs, J.P. Nester Tonight He Is Playing The Old, Old Tune At Police Headquarters
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Black-Eyed Susie"] – J.P. Nester
3:02
1-6 Marty Stuart Black-Eyed Susie
Acoustic Guitar – Bryan SuttonArranged By – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle – Andy Leftwich, Aubrey HaynieHarmony Vocals, Banjo – Carl JacksonLead Vocals, Mandolin – Marty StuartWritten By – Traditional
2:40
1-7 Eddie Stubbs, Alfred G. Karnes An Early Tradition Of Scrapping For Rights And Royalties
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["When They Ring The Golden Bells"] – Alfred G. Karnes
2:12
1-8 Dolly Parton When They Ring Those Golden Bells
Bass – Kevin GranttDobro – Rob IckesDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle [Low Fiddle] – Aubrey HaynieHarmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonLead Vocals – Dolly PartonPiano – Catherine MarxWritten-By – Dion de Marbelle
5:14
1-9 Eddie Stubbs, The Carter Family I Wish I Had Some Rocks To Throw At Them
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["The Storms Are On The Ocean"] – The Carter Family
3:54
1-10 Ashley Monroe The Storms Are On The Ocean
Arranged By – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanHarmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonLead Vocals – Ashley MonroePiano – Catherine MarxWritten By – Traditional
3:52
1-11 Eddie Stubbs, Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers Any Song With A Story Will Go To The People's Hearts
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["I Am Resolved"] – Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers
4:12
1-12 The Shotgun Rubies I Am Resolved
Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonArranged By – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanLead Vocals – Val StoreyLead Vocals, Baritone Vocals – Dani FlowersLead Vocals, Tenor Vocals – Delnora ReedPiano – Catherine MarxWritten By – Traditional
3:42
1-13 Eddie Stubbs, The Tenneva Ramblers* A Hoedown Social In A Mountain Cabin
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Sweet Heaven When I Die"] – The Tenneva Ramblers*
3:09
1-14 Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers* Sweet Heaven When I Die
Arranged By – Carl Jackson, The Steep Canyon Rangers*, Steve Martin Banjo [Clawhammer Banjo] – Steve Martin Banjo [Three-Finger Banjo] – Graham SharpBaritone Vocals [High Baritone Vocals], Cajón – Mike AshworthBass – Charles Humphrey III*Fiddle – Nicky SandersLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Woody PlattTenor Vocals, Mandolin – Mike GugginoWritten By – Traditional
3:32
1-15 Eddie Stubbs, Jimmie Rodgers Daddy Never Knew When He Would Come Up With An Idea For A Song
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["The Soldier's Sweetheart"] – Jimmie Rodgers
3:23
1-16 Vince Gill The Soldier's Sweetheart
Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanLead Vocals – Vince GillPiano – Catherine MarxSlide Guitar [Weissenborn] – Rob IckesWritten-By – Jimmie Rodgers
3:34
1-17 Eddie Stubbs, Alfred G. Karnes Where The Blues Meets The Church
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["To The Work"] – Alfred G. Karnes
2:14
1-18 Keb' Mo'* To The Work
Acoustic Guitar – Keb' H-Mc'Arranged By – Carl JacksonLead Vocals, Slide Guitar [Acoustic Slide Guitar] – Keb' Mo'*Written-By – Fannie J. Crosby*, William H. Doane
3:25
2-1 Eddie Stubbs, Alfred G. Karnes Singers Who Had Not Visited Bristol During Their Entire Lifetime Arrived
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Where We'll Never Grow Old"] – Alfred G. Karnes
2:13
2-2 The Church Sisters Where We'll Never Grow Old
Acoustic Guitar – Josh PickettArranged By – Carl JacksonBaritone Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttFiddle – Aubrey HaynieLead Vocals – Savannah ChurchLead Vocals, Tenor Vocals – Sarah ChurchMandolin – Spencer Strickland*Written-By – James C. Moore
4:59
2-3 Eddie Stubbs, B.F. Shelton Love, Loss, And The Perils Of The Moonshine Business
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Darling Cora"] – B.F. Shelton
2:29
2-4 Corbin Hayslett Darling Cora
Arranged By – Corbin HayslettBass – Dennis CrouchHarmony Vocals – Carl Jackson, Val StoreyLead Vocals, Banjo – Corbin HayslettWritten By – Traditional
3:46
2-5 Eddie Stubbs, The Tenneva Ramblers* Ramblers Riding The Longest Train I Ever Saw
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["The Longest Train I Ever Saw"] – The Tenneva Ramblers*
2:00
2-6 Brad Paisley & Carl Jackson In The Pines
Arranged By – Carl JacksonLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Brad PaisleyLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonWritten By – Traditional
3:57
2-7 Eddie Stubbs, Blind Alfred Reed Twenty-One Good Years At The Throttle
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["The Wreck Of The Virginian"] – Blind Alfred Reed
3:08
2-8 Ashley* & Shannon Campbell The Wreck Of The Virginian
Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle – Aubrey HaynieHarmony Vocals – Shannon CampbellLead Vocals, Banjo – Ashley Campbell Piano – Catherine MarxWritten-By – Alfred Reed*
4:24
2-9 Eddie Stubbs, B.F. Shelton Prized And Practical Brutal Ballads
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Pretty Polly"] – B.F. Shelton
2:08
2-10 Carl Jackson Pretty Polly
Acoustic Guitar – Bryan SuttonArranged By – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDobro – Rob IckesDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle – Aubrey HaynieLead Vocals, Banjo – Carl JacksonMandolin – Adam SteffeyWritten By – Traditional
5:56
2-11 Eddie Stubbs, The Carter Family Tremendous Heart Punch And Appeal
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["The Wandering Boy"] – The Carter Family
3:33
2-12 Sheryl Crow The Wandering Boy
Arranged By – Carl JacksonBass – Kevin GranttDobro – Rob IckesDrums – Tony CreasmanFiddle – Aubrey HaynieHarmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonLead Vocals – Sheryl CrowMandolin – Adam SteffeyPiano – Catherine MarxWritten-By – R. S. Hanna
4:26
2-13 Eddie Stubbs, J.P. Nester And Norman Edmonds Gotta Catch That Train
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Train On The Island"] – J.P. Nester, Norman Edmonds
1:54
2-14 Larry Cordle & The Virginia Luthiers Train On The Island
Acoustic Guitar – Bryan SuttonAcoustic Guitar [Solo] – Wayne Henderson Arranged By – Carl Jackson, Larry CordleBass – Gerald AndersonFiddle – Jimmy Edmonds, Scott Freeman Harmony Vocals – Carl JacksonLead Vocals – Larry CordleMandolin – Spencer Strickland*Written By – Traditional
2:24
2-15 Eddie Stubbs, Bull Mountain Moonshiners History Saws And Strums Along With Itself
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["Johnny Goodwin"] – Bull Mountain Moonshiners
2:18
2-16 Jesse McReynolds & Carl Jackson Johnny Goodwin / The Girl I Left Behind
Acoustic Guitar – Carl JacksonArranged By – Carl Jackson, Jesse McReynoldsFiddle – Jesse McReynoldsWritten By – Traditional
2:35
2-17 Eddie Stubbs, Tennessee Mountaineers Introducing The Orthophonic Choir
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["At The River"] – Tennessee Mountaineers
2:06
2-18 The Chuck Wagon Gang* & The Orthophonic Choir Shall We Gather At The River
Alto Vocals – Shaye SmithArranged By – Carl JacksonBacking Vocals – The Orthophonic ChoirBass Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jeremy StephensSoprano Vocals – Julie HudsonTenor Vocals – Stan HillWritten-By – Robert Lowery
3:22
2-19 Eddie Stubbs, Alcoa Quartet, Tennessee Mountaineers, The Chuck Wagon Gang*, The Orthophonic Choir The Birthplace Of Country Music
Narrator – Eddie StubbsPerformer ["At The River"] – Tennessee MountaineersPerformer ["I'm Redeemed"] – Alcoa QuartetPerformer ["Shall We Gather At The River"] – The Chuck Wagon Gang*, The Orthophonic Choir
2:45

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Birthplace Of Country Music
  • Copyright (c) – Birthplace Of Country Music
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Recorded At – Station West
  • Recorded At – The House, Nashville, TN
  • Recorded At – Big Green Barn Studio
  • Recorded At – Cowbell Fever Studios
  • Recorded At – Kent Wells Productions
  • Recorded At – MSR Studios
  • Recorded At – The Wheelhouse, Nashville
  • Mixed At – Station West
  • Mastered At – Station West

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Justin Helton, Status Serigraph*
  • Executive-Producer, Liner Notes – Rusty Morrell
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Luke Wooten
  • Producer – Carl Jackson
  • Recorded By – John "Hip Hop" Caldwell
  • Recorded By [Brad Paisley Guitar And Vocals] – Luke Wooten
  • Recorded By [Dolly Parton Vocals] – Patrick Murphy
  • Recorded By [Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver] – Josh Swift
  • Recorded By [Sheryl Crow Vocals] – Drew Bollman
  • Recorded By [Steve Martin Banjo And Vocals] – Derik Lee
  • Recorded By [Vince Gill Vocals] – Drew Bollman
  • Written-By [Narration Written By] – Dr. Cindy Lovell*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 88751 01352 0