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Ramble in Music City: The Lost Concert (Live)

Emmylou Harris & The Nash Ramblers

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Legend has it that by the late 1980s Emmylou Harris was growing tired of singing over an electric band, which she'd been doing since the early '70s. She dissolved her crack electric outfit, collectively known as The Hot Band (which initially included the likes of guitarist James Burton and pianist Glen Hardin—both from Elvis Presley's TCB band—and Rodney Crowell), and formed the acoustic backing band the Nash Ramblers (Sam Bush, Jon Randall Stewart, Roy Huskey, Jr., Al Perkins, Larry Atamanuik). In 1991, Harris and her new band recorded At the Ryman, at the historic, original home of the Grand Ole Opry, which hadn't hosted a public performance since 1974. Released in 1992, the live album captured their evolution into a supremely tight and musical unit and also led to the Ryman's much needed renovation. Turns out an even earlier show, at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, was captured, too. Both are well-recorded, with the Ryman set flatter and closer-miked and The Lost Concert incorporating more of the sound of the room. The biggest difference between the two sets—but what also makes them a matched set of sorts—is that while the Ryman show concentrated on material that had not appeared on any Harris studio records, Ramble in Music City: The Lost Concert is a stroll down memory lane for both Harris and longtime fans alike as she digs into familiar repertoire from her time on Reprise and Warner Bros records (1975-1990). She and the Ramblers—who even this early have obviously gelled—run through classic Harris covers like "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," "Amarillo," "Blue Kentucky Girl," "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" and the closer, "Boulder to Birmingham" from her still potent Reprise debut, Pieces of the Sky. A rhythmic, chunka chunk version of Delbert McClinton's "Two More Bottles of Wine" (from her Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town album) equals or exceeds the studio version. And Harris again shows her special way with Paul Simon's "The Boxer." Having Jon Randall Stewart and his high tenor on harmony vocals was hugely key to the Nash Ramblers success, along with the fleet string skills of Bush, Randall and the late Roy Huskey, Jr. The group's musical camaraderie is most obvious on a version of "Mystery Train" whose pace is pure rock 'n' roll. The band stretches out on the instrumental jam, "Remington Ride" and benefitting from the lower volumes, Harris gives a particularly tender and feathery version of the Jesse Winchester ballad, "My Songbird." Best of all, the band seem to be enjoying themselves throughout. Superb from start to finish, The Lost Concert is a wonderful surprise from the inestimable James Austin who rediscovered the tapes, unheard for 30 years, of a terrific show by Harris' other hot band. © Robert Baird/Qobuz

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1
Roses in the Snow (Live)
00:02:32

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - RUTH FRANKS, Writer - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

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2
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (Live)
00:03:09

Rodney Crowell, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

3
Beneath Still Waters (Live)
00:04:07

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Dallas Frazier, Writer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

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4
If I Could Only Win Your Love (Live)
00:02:34

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Charlie Louvin, Writer - Ira Louvin, Writer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

5
Amarillo (Live)
00:02:47

Rodney Crowell, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Writer, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

6
The Other Side of Life (Live)
00:02:57

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - Alan O'Bryant, Writer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

7
If I Needed You (Live)
00:03:41

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - Townes Van Zandt, Composer, Writer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

8
Two More Bottles of Wine (Live)
00:02:58

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - Delbert McClinton, Writer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

9
Mystery Train (Live)
00:02:31

Sam Phillips, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Herman Parker, Writer - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

10
My Songbird (Live)
00:03:28

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jesse Winchester, Writer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

11
Wayfaring Stranger (Live)
00:03:23

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Traditional, Writer - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

12
Green Pastures (Live)
00:03:26

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Traditional, Writer - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

13
Blue Kentucky Girl (Live)
00:03:06

Johnny Mullins, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

14
Hello Stranger (Live)
00:03:36

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - A.P. CARTER, Writer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

15
Remington Ride (Live)
00:02:46

Herb Remington, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

16
One of These Days (Live)
00:02:53

Earl Montgomery, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

17
The Boxer (Live)
00:02:54

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Paul Simon, Writer - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

18
Born to Run (Live)
00:03:47

Paul Kennerley, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

19
The Price I Pay (Live)
00:05:02

Chris Hillman, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Bill Parker Wildes, Writer - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

20
Sweet Dreams (Live)
00:03:54

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Don Gibson, Writer - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

21
Save the Last Dance for Me (Live)
00:03:16

Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Doc Pomus, Writer - Mort Shuman, Writer - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

22
Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight (Live)
00:03:18

Rodney Crowell, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Donivan Cowart, Writer - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

23
Boulder to Birmingham (Live)
00:03:38

Bill Danoff, Writer - Al Perkins, Banjo, Vocals, Dobro - Eric Conn, Masterer - Mark Miller, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Sam Bush, Mandolin, Vocals, Fiddle - Allen Reynolds, Producer - James Austin, Re-issue Supervisor - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Lead Vocals, Writer, Lead Guitar, MainArtist - Larry Atamanuik, Drums - Jon Randall Stewart, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals - Matt Allen, Assistant Mixer - Roy Huskey Jr., Bass - The Nash Ramblers, MainArtist - Johnny Rosen, RecordingEngineer - Fanta Professional Services, Recorded by

© 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. ℗ 2021 Nonesuch Records Inc.

Album Description

Legend has it that by the late 1980s Emmylou Harris was growing tired of singing over an electric band, which she'd been doing since the early '70s. She dissolved her crack electric outfit, collectively known as The Hot Band (which initially included the likes of guitarist James Burton and pianist Glen Hardin—both from Elvis Presley's TCB band—and Rodney Crowell), and formed the acoustic backing band the Nash Ramblers (Sam Bush, Jon Randall Stewart, Roy Huskey, Jr., Al Perkins, Larry Atamanuik). In 1991, Harris and her new band recorded At the Ryman, at the historic, original home of the Grand Ole Opry, which hadn't hosted a public performance since 1974. Released in 1992, the live album captured their evolution into a supremely tight and musical unit and also led to the Ryman's much needed renovation. Turns out an even earlier show, at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, was captured, too. Both are well-recorded, with the Ryman set flatter and closer-miked and The Lost Concert incorporating more of the sound of the room. The biggest difference between the two sets—but what also makes them a matched set of sorts—is that while the Ryman show concentrated on material that had not appeared on any Harris studio records, Ramble in Music City: The Lost Concert is a stroll down memory lane for both Harris and longtime fans alike as she digs into familiar repertoire from her time on Reprise and Warner Bros records (1975-1990). She and the Ramblers—who even this early have obviously gelled—run through classic Harris covers like "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," "Amarillo," "Blue Kentucky Girl," "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" and the closer, "Boulder to Birmingham" from her still potent Reprise debut, Pieces of the Sky. A rhythmic, chunka chunk version of Delbert McClinton's "Two More Bottles of Wine" (from her Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town album) equals or exceeds the studio version. And Harris again shows her special way with Paul Simon's "The Boxer." Having Jon Randall Stewart and his high tenor on harmony vocals was hugely key to the Nash Ramblers success, along with the fleet string skills of Bush, Randall and the late Roy Huskey, Jr. The group's musical camaraderie is most obvious on a version of "Mystery Train" whose pace is pure rock 'n' roll. The band stretches out on the instrumental jam, "Remington Ride" and benefitting from the lower volumes, Harris gives a particularly tender and feathery version of the Jesse Winchester ballad, "My Songbird." Best of all, the band seem to be enjoying themselves throughout. Superb from start to finish, The Lost Concert is a wonderful surprise from the inestimable James Austin who rediscovered the tapes, unheard for 30 years, of a terrific show by Harris' other hot band. © Robert Baird/Qobuz

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