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Audio CD, January 1, 2004
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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B000LSK9MU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #875,405 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1.a little ways down the road.2.long journey.3.sing me a song.4.sun's gonna shine in my backdoor someday.5.pretty saro.6.grippled bird.7.fare thee well northumberland.8.dangerous boys.9.early in the spring.10.this lonely heart of mine.11.the soldier.12.let that liar alone

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Ross on January 22, 2007
Playing Time - 40:57 -- After just reviewing a raucous live jamgrass offering from Yonder Mountain String Band, I chose Leah Larson's "Long Journey" for a little something more relaxing, comfortable, and soothing. It's a great choice to leave a listener with a pleasant feeling of musical contentment. Leah has an affinity for moderate-tempo'ed songs, some accentuated with only solo voice, two-part harmonies or relatively lean instrumental accompaniment. Besides Leah's lyrical fiddling and evocatively appealing voice, there are some enchanting moods created by some impressively virtuosic guitar (Dale Adkins, Orville Johnson, Mike Marshall), charged-up mandolin (Jeff Smith, Mike Marshall), eclectic fiddle (Laurie Lewis, Ron Stewart), powerful banjo (Ron Stewart), and solidly-rendered bass (Dee Ann Davidschofer, Laurie Lewis, Todd Phillips).

"A Little Ways Down The Road" and "Long Journey" set the stage at the beginning of the album for Leah's easy-going and affable approach to her music that incorporates considerable elements of old-time, folk and bluegrass tradition. Chris Brashear's ¾-time "Sing Me A Song" is a call for a tune that will perpetuate that lonesome state of mind. Larson sings and fiddles "Pretty Saro" with only Candy Goldman's banjo along for the ride, and she gives us a lovely version of Dolly Parton's "Crippled Bird" complemented only by Mike Marshall's guitar. A fuller band also cooks when it steps up to the plate. "Sun's Gonna Shine In My Backdoor Someday" drives with a pedal to the metal, while the drive in Mark Knopfler's "Fare Thee Well Northumberland" comes largely from Larson's inspired vocals and Orville Johnson's unique guitar stylings.
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