The Room Over Mine
CAT # 11661-0589-2
1. Don't Throw Mama's Flowers Away 3:05 2. The Convict and the Rose 4:18 3. I'm Leaving Detroit 2:30 4. I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name 4:09 5. A Memory of You 2:52 6. Sweet Potato Rag 2:14 7. I'm Comin' Back but I Don't Know When 2:59 8. Another Bridge to Burn 4:07 9. Raisin' Cane in Texas 3:38 10. The Room Over Mine 3:25 11. Backstep Sally Ann 2:50 12. At the End of a Long Lonely Day 3:12 13. Drowning Sailor 2:41
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Raised to the strains of classic bluegrass, Dan Paisley and the Southern Grass learned the ropes first-hand as the sons (and eventually bandmates) of such beloved figures as Bob Paisley, Ted Lundy, and Donnie Eldreth. Honed over decades of playing festivals, honky-tonks, Legion halls, and everywhere in between, their sound proudly reflects the timeless bluegrass soul of their fathers - while imparting a razor's edge intensity all their own. Over the course of his apprenticeship, Danny Paisley's singing has become proud, fierce, hard-driving, spontaneous, and unafraid to take risks, and when combined with the Southern Grass's solid base in tradition, the result is a band and an album for the ages.
'Danny Paisley and the Southern Grass generate the kind of energy and excitement that can only be found in the engine of a finely tuned sports car. The band is perhaps one of the greatest rhythm sections in bluegrass music. Riding the wave of this machine are Danny's vocals, soaring from powerhouse peaks to heart breaking whispers. I believe everything that Danny sings, and that to me is the mark of a truly gifted singer.'
'This is so good I don't know how to deal with it! Bluegrass music has been waiting for a record like this for a long, long time.'-Alison Krauss
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