- Audio CD (March 19, 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: MOUNTAIN HOME
- ASIN: B00BSTVF60
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,527 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Top Customer Reviews
Excellent CD from Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
The latest example is Road Well Traveled, released on Mountain Home Music. Produced by Lawson, this collection features his latest hard-rehearsed band featuring Joe Dean, Corey Hensley, Jason Barie, Mike Rogers, and Josh Swift. The album starts off with the rollicking “Dixie Road,” which showcases the patented Quicksilver harmony vocal treatment and puts Swift’s resonator guitar to full use. But this is not a barn-burner of an album as there are a lot of sad, heartfelt yet beautiful songs on here, including “How Do You Say Goodbye To Sixty Years?,” a tale about a man burying his wife after six decades of marriage. That’s followed by the tearjerker country song “One Small Miracle,” penned by Whisperin’ Bill Anderson and Steve Wariner.
The pace kicks back up with “It’s Hard To Be Forgotten,” written by the members of Quicksilver, as well as with a song about an old musician in “Dobro Joe.” Other highlights include a wonderful song written by Carl Jackson and Jonathan Burchett called “When Love Is All You Want” and also Harley Allen’s “The King.” The album finishes with the upbeat, old homeplace jam called “Fiddlin’ Will,” which Jim and Jesse McReynolds wrote about their true-life Uncle Will who simply played music for friends and family only
What I love about this album is the fullness of the music. The music doesn't come across as lacking anything.Read more ›
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver knows how Bluegrass must be performed!!!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived in good condition and by the date indicated. Good album, I like "the King".Published 11 months ago by Budman 66
Great sounds and many wonderful songs. Some a little sad, but still good none the less.Published 12 months ago by Teresa Lowe
Tells of life, s situation when times were more reflective. Good music.Published 18 months ago by Donald R Kelly
Excelelnt CD........Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver never disappoint me with their mulsic. Josh Swift on Dobro is absolutely mind blowing with both his speed and clarity.Published 21 months ago by Robert B. Green
Love this CD. Not as much bluegrass gospel, but more bluegrass country.Published 23 months ago by gbergey