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Everything is just so right about the collection of great catchy, well arranged and brilliantly executed songs from the memorable Hard Times (no, not that one) opener to the beautifully philosophical closer "Only Passing Through". As you'd expect with Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson on board the harmonies are heavenly, Larry Rice chimes in effectively as well and takes lead on a few great songs - Street Corner Strangers and a nice rendition of Richard Thompson's "Dimming of the Day". Apart from the 4 main players, Chris and Larry sharing mandolin duties, there is marvellous support from dobro maestros Mike Auldridge and Jerry Douglas and some sublime fiddling by Stuart Duncan, with other contributions by fine guests on bass or piano, but each song is stamped with RRHP's unique style. There's no show-casing but Tony Rice's guitar does hold everything together with it's divine fluent, melodic lines. Pure class. Acoustic heaven.
I loaned this out once. Never again. Buy yer own!
Perhaps, knowing his spasmodic form, I was foolish to expect that this reunion album with former West Coast bluegrass pals the Rice Brothers (along with regular partner, Herb Pedersen), which appeared just one year after the masterful BB, would produce anything special. And so it proved. Basically, the material (where the two previous sets excel) lets it down. Sadly, it's purely routine, &, unfortunately, I would not recommend it.
However, I still love & admire Chris's work. He's someone who always aims high, occasionally hitting the target, occasionally not - but you can't fault his work ethic - or passion.
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Of the 12 songs on the album, I rated 6 (maybe 7) a full five stars for the musicianship. This is just a great album.
If you like Hillman and/or Desert Rose, I highly recommend this album.
I can't recommend this CD enough! If possible, I would give it ten stars!