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Two Highways


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  • Audio CD (March 17 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0000002J9
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,611 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Two Highways
2. I'm Alone Again
3. Wild Bill Jones
4. Beaumont Rag
5. Heaven's Bright Shore
6. Love You In Vain
7. Here Comes Goodbye
8. As Lovely As You
9. Windy City Rag
10. Lord Don't Forsake Me
11. Teardrops Will Kiss the Morning Dew
12. Midnight Rider


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Dec 22 2003
Format: Audio CD
This was Alison's second album but the first on which her band gets title billing. The musicians were Alison Krauss (fiddle), Mike Harman (banjo), Jeff White (guitar), John Pennell (bass), Jerry Douglas (dobro) and Brent Truitt (mandolin). Jerry and Brent were not members of Union station but were brought in as guests on the recordings. Alison was just 17 when these tracks were recorded but she was already the supreme performer. Jeff White sings lead on Wild Bill Jones, As lovely as you, Lord don't forsake me and Midnight rider, with Alison and Mike providing harmony vocals. Beaumont rag and Windy city rag are instrumentals. On all other tracks, Alison sings lead vocal, with Jeff and Mike providing harmony vocals.
The last two tracks will be the most familiar. Teardrops will kiss the morning dew was originally recorded by the Osborne brothers, an excellent bluegrass outfit, and was also covered by Billie Jo Spears. Both those versions are somewhat obscure, but Alison's own version was selected for inclusion on Now that I've found you A collection, the hugely successful compilation of Alison's music. If you are thinking of buying this album, you surely own that compilation already - and if not, you should buy that first. The final track is a cover of Gregg Allman's classic Midnight rider, here adapted to bluegrass - brilliantly.
You are not likely to know many (if any) of the first ten tracks but they are definitely worth a listen. They are a varied mix of ballads and up-tempo but the overall feel of the album is upbeat. Possibly the best is Heaven's bright shore though it is difficult to pick out highlights on an album of such quality.
If you already have Now that I've found you A collection and you want to explore Alison's early music further, this is for you.
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Format: Audio CD
Still only 17 in 1989 when this, her second album, was released, Alison Krauss made a mark that has kept her atop the heap in Bluegrass ever since. More of a "band" album than her debut, this one also features guitar phenom Jeff White on lead vocals on a few tunes and the instrumentals are among the best Alison has ever recorded, mainly due to Mr. White's hot flat-picking. Old Beaumont Rag got a good workout here!
The album features both traditional material like "Wild Bill Jones" (sung by Jeff White - now performed exquisitely by Dan Tyminski in Alison's Band), and innovative arrangements of material from other genre's. The Allman Brother's "Midnight Flyer" gets turned from rhythmic yearning ballad into a banjo-driven barn burner, with vocals that soar and harmonies that are absolutely hair-raising.
Alyson's voice is noticeably smoother than in the debut album and I would guess it was about HERE that critics began saying that she had the voice of an angel.
I don't personally know what an angel sounds like, but it would be a HIGH compliment to say one sounded like Alison Krauss on "Two Highways".
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Format: Audio CD
This is the real thing folks - real singers and real musicians making real music. Blow off Shania and Faith and BUY THIS AND EVERY OTHER Alison Krauss + Union Station CD AVAILABLE!!!
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By A Customer on Aug. 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
This c.d. has more of the old-time bluegrass style than Alison's later releases. She sings her heart out in this, and I love it. It's this pure approach that makes it my favorite of all her albums.
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Allison Krauss and Union Station really hit a bluegrass stride with this album. A traditional sounding collection of songs displays a well suited female bluegrass lead vocal. Allison sometimes gets a little "high lonsome" sounding (Bill Monroe meets Emmylou Harris). Recent recordings show her maturing style as she has softened and diversified her vocals, but this is a tremendous collection that you will be glad to share with purists and even folks that might sit long enough to listen to some good ole time music. With good performances on Guitar, Bass, Violin and Dobro - I think a mandolin snuck into the mix more than once. Musicians will want to play along with this recording to get their chops in shape. Your toes will be taping and a smile will spread across your face.
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