Review: ‘Ramble in Music City: The Lost Concert (Live)’ – Emmylou Harris

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Emmylou Harris

The lost recording from Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers hometown show has been unearthed and thank goodness it has!

The first thing that hits you is the incredible musicianship that the Ramblers display as the concert begins with the high tempo Roses In The Snow something which is further showcased in jaw-dropping instrumental displays throughout, such as on The Price I Pay which sees Harris duet with Sam Bush when the vocals kick in. If you close your eyes, the four walls that surround you fall away and youre transported to Nashville, to that concert as Harrisimpeccable vocals serenade you. Hit songs like Beneath Still Waters and the closing track, Boulder to Birmingham hold more weight to them in this live setting, the emotion audible in her voice. What you hear is a glimpse of a spine-tingling performance from some of the greatest musicians ever assembled, playing some of the greatest bluegrass and country songs ever written.

The timeless performance, delivered as a high quality recording, is a must have in any music fans collection.  

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