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While he is not as exceptional a vocalist as she is, his warm voice is more than listenable and the song is nice.
“Key To The Kingdom” is stunning, with Sharon’s soaring and throaty lead vocal commanding attention.
Billy Joe Foster, a Bluegrass musician who died in 2013 aged 51, is represented with two tracks.
The Whites had the first version of “Old Hands,” another tune about farming life.
I’ve never heard of Adam Brand, but he nicely covered the song two years later.
“Texas To A T” is acoustic Western Swing while “Before The Prairie Met The Plow” is a gorgeous bluegrass ballad nodding to Midwestern sensibilities.