The Infamous Stringdusters Fork in the Road
Dirty Linen: "[A] mature work that highlights its assured ensemble sound and the polished singing of the three lead vocalists..."
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- Released: February 12, 2007
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Sugarhill
Dirty Linen - p.87"[A] mature work that highlights its assured ensemble sound and the polished singing of the three lead vocalists..."
- 1.No More to Leave You Behind
- 2.Fork in the Road
- 3.Starry Night
- 5.40 West
- 6.Tragic Life
- 7.Poor Boy's Delight
- 8.No Resolution
- 9.My Destination
- 10.Letter From Prison
- 11.Dream You Back
- 12.Moon Man
Personnel: Jeremy Garrett (vocals, tenor, fiddle); Andy Hall (vocals, dobro); Travis Book (vocals); Chris Pandolfi (banjo); Jesse Cobb (mandolin).
Liner Note Author: Jon Weisberger.
Recording information: Gravity Entertainment; The Soudn Emporium.
Photographer: Kristin Barlowe.
Though they're a comparatively young group, the Infamous Stringdusters' wealth of experience performing with country and bluegrass artists of the caliber of Lee Ann Womack, Earl Scruggs, and Dolly Parton is evident throughout their relaxed-sounding and accomplished debut album. Mixing self-penned songs like "Poor Boy's Delight" with those of friends and associates, such as the Boston folk singer Jeff Bartley's "Letter from Prison," this bluegrass jam band also demonstrates impressive technical skill on instrumental tracks like "40 West."
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