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Ragged But Right - review

Posted by arnie on Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Here is the latest review of "Down Harmony Road" written by David Freeman at County Sales.

MRR-07-CD RAGGED BUT RIGHT 'Down Harmony Road' Here’s a solid and very enjoyable 14-track album primarily composed of old time duet songs by Canadians Arnie Naiman and Kathy Reid-Naiman. Several other picker friends join them here and there (including Chris Coole on banjo on a very nice version of LOUISVILLE BURGLAR), but for the most part it’s just good duet singing simply but effectively accompanied by two guitars or guitar & banjo. There’s a good selection of songs, with especially nice versions of BLUE RAILROAD TRAIN, AIN’T GOT NOWHERE TO TRAVEL, and SAILOR ON THE DEEP BLUE SEA. It’s attractively packaged, with a neat cover drawing of famous old time artists including the Delmore Bros., the Carter Family, Uncle Dave Macon, Charlie Poole, Riley Puckett—and of course the Naimans: nice idea and nicely executed.

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