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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Label: Universal South
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Universal South Records, LLC
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  • Total Length: 42:46
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  • ASIN: B001NYZ84A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,780 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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By V. Pierce on February 16, 2006
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Marty's music has always been rock and roll, country, bluegrass, honky-tonk, rockabilly and blues all rolled up in one package. These songs are no different. He is a Master musician, artist and singer. The next best thing to being at the Ryman and seeing him live is this record. This is Marty at his best. He gives it his all and you can hear it in his music. Surrounded by other greats such as Stuart Duncan, Charlie Cushman, Josh Graves, Eddie Stubbs and the Superlatives it doesn't get any better than this record. If you want to hear what country music should sound like, buy this record.
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My understanding was that this was going to be THE bluegrass album from Marty that so many of us have been waiting for ever since "Busy Bee Cafe." This isn't that album. However, it is a disc with a whole lot of exceptional picking. In addition to the Fabulous Superlatives, Marty is joined by Uncle Josh Graves, Charlie Cushman and Stuart Duncan.

There are no tunes on this CD that are commonly recognized as bluegrass. There are good songs presented acoustically. Blues tunes such as "Sure Wanna Keep My Wine," "No Hard Time Blues," and great instrumentals like "Shuckin' The Corn," and "Mr. John Henry, The Steel Drivin' Man," and even great version of "Orange Blossom Special" keep "Live at the Ryman" ripping and roaring.

So, thanks for the nod toward bluegrass, Marty. Many of us still believe that you are one of the consummate mandolin players around and that one of these days, you give us a superb studio bluegrass album. And thanks once again for keeping the true feel and spirit of country music alive.
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Playing Time - 42:42 -- It's been a number of years since I caught Marty Stuart live at a bluegrass festival at the Frontier Ranch near Columbus, Ohio. At the time, I thought his show was a little too country with its electric guitars and drums, but he was still very well received by the large crowd in attendance. This live bluegrass album is a very welcome acoustic treat that takes the consummate entertainer back to his professional bluegrass roots that first began after he heard Bill Monroe & The Sullivan Family at the Natl. Guard Armory in Jackson, Alabama in 1970. By 1972 (at age 13), the Mississippi native was playing mandolin and lead guitar with Lester Flatt & the Nashville Grass. Lester affectionately called him "Little Marty Stuart." After seven years with Lester, he spent six with Johnny Cash. Marty's also worked with Bob Dylan, Crystal Gayle, Anne Murray, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Jackson, The Sullivan Family, Travis Tritt and many others.

Since joining the Grand Ole Opry in 1992, you might catch Marty with his own band, with "The Opry Bluegrass Band" (with Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, Vince Gill & Earl Scruggs), or with the old-time "Tennessee Mafia Jug Band." The versatile Stuart has found his niche on Hillbilly Rock Road that traverses both bluegrass and country territory. On this album, his signature "Hillbilly Rock" closes the set that took place on July 24, 2003 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Marty had just finished touring the nation with his "Electric Barnyard Tour," and he'd somewhat forgotten that he'd agreed to doing a bluegrass show at the Ryman.
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After watching The Marty Stuart show many times, I decided to purchase some of his newer stuff and started with this one because I lean more towards the Bluegrass side of Country..

It is a good album with many great tracks.. He is joined by some very talented musicians as well as the fabulous superlatives.. I recomend it!
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Marty puts out another solid CD, he's always been one of my favorites. But the CD only has 11 songs, 40-42 minutes. Being a live CD, they could have put another half dozen songs on it.
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Marty is a wonderful musician and artist. To hear such great music produced live without the help of the studio and electronics is fabulous. This is what music should be, especially country music. Let's get back to being real.
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What can you say about this lineup that other critics who get paid for their opinions haven't already said. I highly recommend this CD as well as "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" by the NGDB. The current generation virtuosos playing alongside the remaining "old school" bluegrass pickers like Flatt, Suggs, Cash, etc.
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Marty Stuart will always be a first class act. 'Live at the Ryman' is absolutely one of his best works. Put this CD on, sit back, relax and enjoy a great show.
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