Rhonda Vincent - Trouble Free FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Trouble Free
Style: Country, Bluegrass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1278 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1871 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1405 mb
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Rhonda Vincent – Trouble Free. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Style: Country, Bluegrass. Trouble Free (CD, Album).
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Her 1994 album for Giant Records found her being pushed a little too forcibly toward the country mainstream; still, on occasion, the specialness of her hard-country twang shined through. With Trouble Free, she fulfills her promise with soaring beauty. Co-producer (and Giant Records chief) James Stroud backs off and allows Vincent to explore a traditional country terrain that encompasses the fierce, severe magnificence of bluegrass and the sorrowful whine of honky tonk heartbreak.
Rhonda-the queen of bluegrass takes a brief detour with this album. And what a treat it is too!Although Rhonda has always incorporated country into her bluegrass music,which is what makes her sound so great!! I love everything about this album. It's pure toe tapping traditional 90's country at it's very best. She begins things with the simply fantastic uptempo Somebody(which features Alison Krauss on harmonies). Other great uptempos are the title track Trouble Free,An Old Memory Found It's Way Back Home Again(she would later record a bluegrass version of this.
Rhonda Vincent - Trouble free. Artist: Rhonda Vincent. Album: Trouble Free, 1996. I lost track of the date, but this was during Rhonda's all-too-brief foray into Country Music in the early-to-mid 1990's. She sounded so good, I will never understand why Country did not embrace her, but it was a huge event for Bluegrass when she returned to it. Show more.
Her 1994 album for Giant Records found her being pushed a little too forcibly toward the country mainstream; still, on occasion, the specialness of her hard-country twang shined through.
This song is by Rhonda Vincent and appears on the album Trouble Free (1996). Carl Jackson - Jerry Salley)
Rhonda Lea Vincent (b. July 13, 1962, Kirksville, Missouri) is an award-winning American bluegrass singer, songwriter, and t. The Wall Street Journal has proclaimed Vincent "the new Queen of Bluegrass". Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Trouble Free Album.
Other albums by Rhonda Vincent. Timeless and True Love. When You're Holding Me. All the Rage, Vol. Rhonda Vincent 9/21/2010. Bluegrass veteran Rhonda Vincent parted ways with Rounder after 2009’s Destination Life, choosing the relative freedom of her own label, studio, and production team to churn out her 2010 independent follow-up, Taken
|You Beat All I've Ever Seen|
|It Ain't Nothin' New|
|An Old Memory (Found Its Way Back Home Again)|
|What More Do You Want From Me|
|If I Could Stop Loving You|
|At The Corner Of Walk And Don't Walk|
|The Blues Ain't Workin' On Me|
|When I'm Through Fallin' Apart|
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