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Further Beyond Nashville

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  • Audio CD (19 Oct. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Manteca
  • ASIN: B00006JYJK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,010 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Screen door - Uncle Tupelo
2. The family who prays - The Louvin Brothers
3. It wasn't God who made honky tonk angels - Kitty Wells
4. Bright sunny south - Alison Krauss & Union Station feat. Dan Tyminski
5. Jole blon- Roy Acuff
6. Will the circle be unbroken - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
7. Station blues - Otha Turner & The Afrosippi Allstars
8. Be on my way - The Original Harmony Ridge Creek Dippers
9. Rank stranger - Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys
10. Sundrops - Kristin Hersh
See all 20 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. I'll fly away - The Word
2. Went to see the gypsy - Bob Dylan
3. That's how much I need your love - Chuck Prophet
4. Is anybody goin' to San Antone - Charley Pride
5. It's such as small world - Rodney Crowell & Rosanne Cash
6. Ballad of cable hogue - Calexico
7. I gotta know - Wanda Jackson
8. Undone - Robert Earl Keen
9. Malaque - Los Lobos
10. Harm's way - The Waco Brothers
See all 16 tracks on this disc

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Accompanying the second London-based festival of the same name, the Further Beyond Nashville CD is compiled, like its predecessor, by Max Reinhardt. This is more--and I mean this as a compliment--Trashville! It's hard-edged, hard-knocked, bitter and twisted--raw grit. Out of 36 tracks, there are only two or three I habitually skip, and I'm picky.

This family tree offers us such lived-in voices from the past as the sublime Kitty Wells, the Louvin Bros, the deliciously ponderous Maybelle Carter and Ralph Stanley. Bastard-offspring mavericks along the way include Jerry Lee Lewis's rockin' country dabbling with Hank's "You Win Again", Janis Joplin's smokey "Me and Bobby McGhee" and my personal Bakersfield hero Buck Owens.

Then it's smack up to date with the deceptively-sweet Laura Cantrell, the hauntingly beautiful desert wasteland conjured up Calexico, and Union Station's Dan Tyminski (aka George Clooney!) with a song about how the call to war "in defence of this land and the word of the lord" threatens families and communities. Joining Steve Earle soon then...?

Most magic moment: 90-year-old cane fife-playing Otha Turner & the Afrosippi Allstars featuring the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band on Station Blues--complete with bottleneck guitar, kora, dejmbe and snare drum--stirs the hairs on the back of the neck. This is the "Cosmic American Music" of which Mr. Parsons spoke! --Sarylou Coxson

© fRoots Magazine all rights reserved -- fRoots, December 2002

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "tonylawson2" on 11 Feb. 2003
Format: Audio CD
indeed we hit a well selected set of tunes, Kitty Wells "It Wasnt God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" being an inspired choice in a great disc, but then, along comes disc 2 featuring bob dylan,taking in charley pride,Calexico & the beautiful sounding Lambchop before treating us to the absolutely unbelievable Alabama3 who really do demand further investigation.Go do this album you wont regret it
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stevie Maudsley on 10 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I admire what the guy who has assembled this collection together has done. The first set was so inspirational in terms of prompting further purchases by its listeners that he has gone out of his way to not replicate any of the artists featured on the first set on this second set. The trouble is, as he wasn't anticipating doing a second when he did the first, all of the really top notch artists are on the first. Don't get me wrong, the artists on the second are great (Dylan is on there for goodness sake and nobody tops Bob for me) but it just doesn't work as well as the first. I also much prefered the separation of the content on the first set, with the more orthodox country on the 1st CD and more modern alternative stuff on the second. This set has the two blended throughout both CD's and it sometimes doesn't gel.
Interesting and worth the money, but not up to the incredibly high standard set by its predecessor.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard on 24 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
While the Beginners Guide was the 4th in a pretty oddball series compiled by one Max Rheinhardt its the only one which makes sense as its in chronlogical order and a 3CD set which doesn't in the main go for the obvious
Its almost as if the compiler decided his scattershot approach was not the right way to go about it.
If this is called Beyond Nashville then why is such obvious mainstream Nashville Sound stuff like Charlie Pride on here-this is hardly Outlaw Country which I gather these sets are aiming for-what's sometimes called Alternate Country.
And yet again for the thousandth time we get the Kitty Wells hit which I always thought was one of the most absurd country hits ever-nothing more than an anser version to Hank Thompson's Wild Side of Life.Unbelievable that this singer with a not very good voice became so famous-my penfrined Ginny Wright was 1000 times better and so were Myrna Lorrie,Connie Hall,Goldie Hill-all from the same time.
Connie Hall has not even been the subject of a CD yet she made 3 albums and singles with Jimmy Skinner
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Experimenting with Alt. (Country) Lifestyles? 6 Nov. 2005
By Bohologo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This compilation is a wide-ranging portal into the world of alt. country. You know, country music, but without the cowboy hat and songs about the rodeo. Sweeping from Calexico, Uncle Tupelo, Los Lobos, and Nashville Skyline era Bob Dylan (is the Gypsy he's singing about Elvis? if so, the song is more than demonstrative of alt. country's roots), this sampler makes you unashamed to say, "I like alt. country, and I'm not ashamed." This volume stands up better than the first volume of Beyond Nashville, but either one will give you the opportunity to peer into another world of music.
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