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Phillip Steinmetz & His Sunny Tennesseans - Look Who Is Here - Live From Dixieland Music Park

Phillip Steinmetz & His Sunny Tennesseans - Look Who Is Here - Live From Dixieland Music Park
  • Performer Phillip Steinmetz & His Sunny Tennesseans
  • Title Look Who Is Here - Live From Dixieland Music Park
  • Date of release 2009
  • Country US
  • Style Bluegrass
  • Label Not On Label
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Folk, World, Country
  • Size MP3 1170 mb
  • Size FLAC 1783 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 553

Tracklist

1Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling1:03
2Going Across The Sea
Written-By – Traditional
2:05
3Rocky Island
Written-By – Traditional
2:25
4Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling0:59
5Lonesome Pine Special
Written-By – A. P. Carter
3:30
6Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling1:07
7Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling1:44
8Coming From The Ball
Written-By – Traditional
2:19
9Soldier's Joy
Written-By – Traditional
2:51
10Wildwood Flower
Written-By – A. P. Carter
2:46
11Old Blue
Written-By – Martha Lou Gaches
2:48
12Late Last Night
Written-By – Traditional
4:04
13Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling0:27
14Dueling Banjos
Written-By – Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith
2:33
15Rattler's Pup
Written-By – Grandpa Jones
2:16
16Old Camp Meeting
Written-By – E. Pace
2:54
17Distant Land To Roam
Written-By – A. P. Carter
3:21
18Mountain Dew
Written-By – Bascom Lamar Lunsford
2:11
19Roll On Buddy
Written-By – Traditional
2:25
20Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling0:32
21Phillip Steinmetz -Storytelling1:16

Credits

  • Banjo, Guitar, VocalsPhillip Steinmetz
  • Bass, Tenor VocalsMark Hargis
  • FiddleJeremy Stevens
  • GuitarMike Fulkerson

Album

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