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Behind the Scenes

Darrell Webb

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The post-millennium proliferation of bluegrass performers on labels like Pinecastle and Lonesome Day shows no signs of letting up. And with a healthy market, listeners can choose between traditional, progressive, and the mushy middle. Mandolinist-singer Darrell Webb falls on the more traditional end of the pendulum, proudly showcasing the country twang in his vocal style on Behind the Scenes. He deepens the impression of good, old-fashioned music by relying on an even dozen songs that also lean toward tradition. The album gets a good start with the bouncy "Beg You Little Darling Not to Cry," and there's plenty of hot picking by Webb and guitarist Ron Stewart. While Webb handles most of the vocals on Behind the Scenes, he lets Dolly Parton take the lead on "Cold," a song she wrote. Parton's in good voice, and there's some great dobro work by Phil Leadbetter. There's also a nice take on "The Lonesome Fugitive," a song that Merle Haggard turned into a hit in the late '60s. Webb and friends' version is much more spry, driven forward by Harold Nixon's fine bass work. The album closes with "Lover's Lane," a lively song with a depressing lyric borrowed from the Carter Family. Behind the Scenes is an enjoyable album with solid picking and singing, and a fine introduction to Darrell Webb.
© Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. /TiVo

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1
I Beg You Little Darling Not To Cry
00:03:03

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

2
Your Selfish Heart
00:02:30

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

3
Thank You Father For My Dad
00:04:22

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

4
Close the Door Lightly
00:02:52

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

5
Behind the Scenes
00:03:33

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

6
Get On The Path
00:03:05

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

7
Twin Mountain Lovers
00:03:26

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

8
The Lonesome Fugitive
00:03:04

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

9
Mother's Hand
00:02:35

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

10
Cold
00:02:36

Dolly Parton, FeaturedArtist - DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

11
Imagine That
00:03:14

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

12
Lover's Lane
00:02:53

DARRELL WEBB, MainArtist

2005 Lonesome Day Records 2005 Lonesome Day Records

Album Description

The post-millennium proliferation of bluegrass performers on labels like Pinecastle and Lonesome Day shows no signs of letting up. And with a healthy market, listeners can choose between traditional, progressive, and the mushy middle. Mandolinist-singer Darrell Webb falls on the more traditional end of the pendulum, proudly showcasing the country twang in his vocal style on Behind the Scenes. He deepens the impression of good, old-fashioned music by relying on an even dozen songs that also lean toward tradition. The album gets a good start with the bouncy "Beg You Little Darling Not to Cry," and there's plenty of hot picking by Webb and guitarist Ron Stewart. While Webb handles most of the vocals on Behind the Scenes, he lets Dolly Parton take the lead on "Cold," a song she wrote. Parton's in good voice, and there's some great dobro work by Phil Leadbetter. There's also a nice take on "The Lonesome Fugitive," a song that Merle Haggard turned into a hit in the late '60s. Webb and friends' version is much more spry, driven forward by Harold Nixon's fine bass work. The album closes with "Lover's Lane," a lively song with a depressing lyric borrowed from the Carter Family. Behind the Scenes is an enjoyable album with solid picking and singing, and a fine introduction to Darrell Webb.
© Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. /TiVo

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