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  • Audio CD (21 Mar. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rounder
  • ASIN: B0000002P9
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 285,441 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Hard Times
  2. Lord Won't You Help Me
  3. Somewhere On The Road Tonight
  4. No One Else
  5. Streetcorner Stranger
  6. So Begins the Task
  7. Dimming of the Day
  8. Just Me And You
  9. Do Right Woman
  10. Change Coming Down
  11. Story of Love
  12. Only Passing Through

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Format: Audio CD
I don't know why this has taken me so long to review - i got it shortly after it came out, on a whim, and it remains probably my favourite bluegrass album and my introduction to the guitar genius who is Tony Rice.
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!
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Just felt I had to redress the balance of other (exclusively 5-star) reviews of this album. Chris Hillman has had an interesting career, one incorporating many diverse projects. The quality has also fluctuated wildly, ranging from early album highlights such as Younger than Yesterday (Byrds, 1967) & Gilded Palace of Sin (Flying Burritos, 1969), to 1982's beautiful solo offering, Morning Sky (my all-time No.1 bluegrass album). This was followed by a stint as main singer & songwriter of critically & commercially acclaimed country-rock outfit Desert Rose Band (to me, a poor man's Eagles). Then, after another lull, out of the blue, came 1996's Bakersfield Bound (credited to Chris + Herb Pedersen) - my all-time favourite country album.

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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its ok nothing special dissapointed hillman should of singing all the songs other vocalists singing weak
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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars 10 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing album by brilliant quartet 24 Aug. 1999
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Format: Audio CD
This album didn't want to come out of my CD player. I walked round humming the songs for hours after each play. "Hard Times", "Street Corner Strangers" and "Only Passing Through" knock me out - the fluid Tony Rice guitar licks, the fantastic vocal harmonies of Chris, Herb and Larry and the tasteful mandolin, banjo, fiddle, dobro and piano arrangements all make this a CD to treasure. each track is lovingly crafted and there are lots of good ideas and opportunities for each performer to shine out. More please!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awaiting a second album 14 Jan. 1999
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Format: Audio CD
Here's to hoping that Tony and Larry, two of the Rice brothers, along with Chris Hillman, and Herb Pederson had so much fun making their first album together that they do it again. There are some great songs on this album. The vocals are smooth and their instrumental skills are top notch. The listener can tell that these guys are some of the best in the business and have been around the block. Overall, the album is very pleasing and the sound quality is quite excellent. The instrumentation is all acoustic and is very crisp and bright. The upbeat tunes found here, about half the album, bear a resemblance to The Desert Rose Band, and one song "Story of Love" was initially cut by that band. This is one of the 5 best bluegrass CD's that I own of many.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful music that will appeal to all tastes. 27 Jan. 1999
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Format: Audio CD
The song selection for this CD is wonderful. All four musicians are stars in their own right, but putting them together with some great music creates a work of art! It's "bluegrassy" without the twang of the real old Nashville stuff. Nothing is overdone. Smooth instrumentals, tight harmonies, and solid songs that each tell a story fill the entire CD. I wouldn't try to classify this body of work as bluegrass, folk, western, country, etc. It's just great music played with care by four guys who know their way around a fretboard. My only question is, "When will I see 'Out of the Woodwork II'?"
5.0 out of 5 stars Came for Chris Hillman, stayed for the whole group 10 Aug. 2015
By Kim Crosser - Published on Amazon.com
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As a Chris Hillman/Desert Rose Band fan, I pick and try various albums on which he performs. This one is a definite hit. Some of the same songs that you will find on a Desert Rose album, but done in a slightly different style by him with two of the Rice brothers, plus his frequent collaborator Herb Petersen.
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.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Acoustic Music! 6 Dec. 2005
By Carla J. Dinsmore - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What a fantastic album! I recently saw Chris Hillman in concert, and enjoyed him so much I decided to seek out his music. I got a couple solo albums, which I love, but this album holds a special place in my heart. Each song is memorable and well done, both instrumentally and vocally. I love the harmonies of the Rices, Hillman and Pedersen. From "Hard Times" to "Only Passing Through", each song is a gem.

I can't recommend this CD enough! If possible, I would give it ten stars!
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