High from the Hills of Hamilton Ohio
A new band from Hamilton, Ohio, made up of six musicians who've each had rich careers in Ohio and other parts of the country has come together for a high intensity album with all the feeling of a live event because recorded on location in Hamilton, in the manner of a remote field recording, rather than being studio-made. Featured are fresh bluegrass treatments of songs by Buck Owens, U. Utah Phillips, Webb Pierce, and Loretta Lynn, plus new renditions of songs made famous by the Osborne Brothers, Travis Tritt, Flatt & Scruggs, The Country Gentlemen, Bill and James Monroe, Blue Highway, and Johnny Horton, as well as an original by bandleader and lead vocalist Donnie Hampton. Special guest is well-known Indiana mandolinist James Miller. Songs: Goodbye, I Don't Love You; Where Does The Good Times Go; Where Corn Don't Grow; Fox On The Run; Rock Salt And Nails; Till The End Of The World Rolls Round; World Of Forgotten People; It's Been So Long Since We Said Goodbye; One Tear; Some Day; Bonny; All For The Love Of A Girl.