Alison Krauss I've Got That Old Feeling Japanese Import SHM-CD
Alison Krauss I've Got That Old Feeling Japanese Import SHM-CD
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Alison Krauss I've Got That Old Feeling Japanese Import SHM-CD

Alison Krauss

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SKU:
UNICDI3067
UPC:
4988031215869
Grammy Winning Music On Japanese Import SHM-CD!

The 1990 album from Alison Krauss contains the single "I've Got That Old Feeling" which earned Best Bluegrass Recording at the Grammy Awards of 1991.

"When I've Got That Old Feeling garnered Alison Krauss 1990's Best Bluegrass Recording Grammy, it was an acknowledgement of the talent and poise the former child prodigy had shown through her first three albums. The album's tantalizing blend of tasteful folk and traditional bluegrass certainly deserved the award. But Old Feeling was more important as a footbridge to where Krauss would take her music -- and bluegrass itself -- over the next decade. It blended country and bluegrass with pop elements (the latter being most evident on "Longest Highway") in such an effortless way, the album couldn't possibly be seen as a play for the mainstream. The sentiment behind the gentle sway of "It's Over" and "Wish I Still Had You" was universal; blended into the honeyed voice of Krauss, it was irresistible. At the same time, the playing on "Will You Be Leaving" and "Dark Skies" was not only technically skilled, but startlingly genuine. (Sam Bush's mandolin and the dobro leads of producer Jerry Douglas were particularly impressive.) The record was imbued with the same old feeling that Krauss and her Union Station guitarist Dan Tyminski would later draw upon for O Brother, Where Art Thou? -- it was a bluegrass album at heart, but it came from a place where emotion and honesty weren't labeled with a genre tag." - allmusic.com

Features:
• Japanese Import SHM-CD

Musicians:
Alison Krauss, fiddle, vocals
Sam Bush, mandolin
Jeff White, guitar, vocals
Alison Brown, banjo, vocals
Stuart Duncan, mandolin
Edgar Meyer, bass
Martin Parker, drums
Dave Pomeroy, bass
Pete Wasner, piano
Glenn Worf, bass
Jerry Douglas, dobro

Selections:
1. I've Got That Old Feeling
2. Dark Skies
3. Wish I Still Had You
4. Endless Highway
5. Winter of A Broken Heart
6. It's Over
7. Will You Be Leaving
8. Steel Rails
9. Tonight I'll Be Lonely Too
10. One Good Reason
11. That Makes One of Us
12. Longest Highway
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Grammy Winning Music On Japanese Import SHM-CD!

The 1990 album from Alison Krauss contains the single "I've Got That Old Feeling" which earned Best Bluegrass Recording at the Grammy Awards of 1991.

"When I've Got That Old Feeling garnered Alison Krauss 1990's Best Bluegrass Recording Grammy, it was an acknowledgement of the talent and poise the former child prodigy had shown through her first three albums. The album's tantalizing blend of tasteful folk and traditional bluegrass certainly deserved the award. But Old Feeling was more important as a footbridge to where Krauss would take her music -- and bluegrass itself -- over the next decade. It blended country and bluegrass with pop elements (the latter being most evident on "Longest Highway") in such an effortless way, the album couldn't possibly be seen as a play for the mainstream. The sentiment behind the gentle sway of "It's Over" and "Wish I Still Had You" was universal; blended into the honeyed voice of Krauss, it was irresistible. At the same time, the playing on "Will You Be Leaving" and "Dark Skies" was not only technically skilled, but startlingly genuine. (Sam Bush's mandolin and the dobro leads of producer Jerry Douglas were particularly impressive.) The record was imbued with the same old feeling that Krauss and her Union Station guitarist Dan Tyminski would later draw upon for O Brother, Where Art Thou? -- it was a bluegrass album at heart, but it came from a place where emotion and honesty weren't labeled with a genre tag." - allmusic.com

Features:
• Japanese Import SHM-CD

Musicians:
Alison Krauss, fiddle, vocals
Sam Bush, mandolin
Jeff White, guitar, vocals
Alison Brown, banjo, vocals
Stuart Duncan, mandolin
Edgar Meyer, bass
Martin Parker, drums
Dave Pomeroy, bass
Pete Wasner, piano
Glenn Worf, bass
Jerry Douglas, dobro

Selections:
1. I've Got That Old Feeling
2. Dark Skies
3. Wish I Still Had You
4. Endless Highway
5. Winter of A Broken Heart
6. It's Over
7. Will You Be Leaving
8. Steel Rails
9. Tonight I'll Be Lonely Too
10. One Good Reason
11. That Makes One of Us
12. Longest Highway
ISBN
ASSOC
C
Genre
Country Bluegrass
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
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Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
Artist
Alison Krauss
Title
I've Got That Old Feeling
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
04-11-2017
Release Date
Availability
Backordered
Format
CD
Scratch & Dent
0
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