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  • Audio CD (September 27, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Omni Recording Corp.
  • ASIN: B0059889VA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,925 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cripple Creek
2. Tupelo County Jail
3. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
4. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
5. Mule Skinner Blues
6. Got Leavin' On Her Mind
7. Cimarron
8. Remember The Poor Tramp Has To Live
9. Shady Grove
10. Back To Nashville, Tennessee
11. Bottle Of Wine
12. The Five Little Johnson Girls
13. Goin' Back To Bowling Green
14. Ride, Ride, Ride
15. Katie Klein
16. The Three Cent Opera
17. Dirty Old Egg Suckin' Dog
18. Christopher Robin
19. He's My Friend
20. A Message From Home
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With a legacy that spans 3 centuries (!) The Stonemans are both puzzling and compelling. Founded around 1920s by hillbilly recording star 'Pop' Stoneman, by the mid-1960s the group comprised Pop and 5 of his 13 children. With a dizzying sound that melded old-timey traditions, sunshine pop and breakneck bluegrass jams, The Stonemans hit the country charts often but are now strangely forgotten. Mini-skirts and mandolins mutate through quasi-psychedelic visions of space (The Five Little Johnson Girls), identity fraud (Christopher Robin) and suburban delirium (West Canterbury Subdivision Blues), while instrumentals like Bluegrass Ramble cut and sear. For the very first time all of their chart hits and many astounding LP cuts are presented on this 32 track CD, remastered from the original master tapes and presented with exclusive liner notes and a treasure trove of fabulous photos.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DJ Joe Sixpack HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on November 18, 2011
Format: Audio CD
The Stonemans
"All In The Family"
(Omni, 2011)
The Stoneman family were one of country music's great dynasties -- the family patriarch, Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman was one of mountain music's earliest stars, one of the handful of Appalachian artists recorded at the Bristol Sessions in 1927, when the fabled Carter Family also made their first recordings. Stoneman recorded a number of Depression-era hits, and like many traditional artists, faded out of the spotlight as country music and public tastes changed. During the 1950s/1960s folk boom, the Stonemans emerged as a family act, bolstered by the immense talent of daughters, Donna and Roni, (mandolin and banjo) and son Scotty Stoneman, a fiddler who became a hero of the mid-'60s West Coast folk-bluegrass scene.

This CD collects nearly three dozen tracks from the Stonemans' stint on MGM Records, where they made their biggest push for mainstream success, cross-pollinating uptempo bluegrass/old-timey music with glitzy, modern pop production, under the guidance of producer Jack Clement, who also helped shape the band's novelty-oriented repertoire. Some of the weirder offerings include "West Canterbury Subdivision Blues," in which a middle-class husband laments his inability to buy his wife's happiness with a ranch home and modern appliances (not when some good-looking milkman shows up and makes goo-goo eyes at her); in "The Five Little Johnson Girls," the singer dreams of becoming an astronaut, pathetically hoping that one of five fairhaired sisters will fall in love with him.
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This CD showcases the various talents of an old country/mountain/bluegrass music family. My favorite Stoneman song is "Those Five Little Johnson Girls" closely followed by "Cripple Creek" and "Tupelo County Jail." Their music goes from hard floor foot-stomping to a more relaxing melancholy to a touch of rock and roll. If you like traditional country music, This CD is for you.
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