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Industrial Strength Bluegrass: Southwestern Ohio's Musical Legacy
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD

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Label: SFW
Rel. Date: 03/26/2021
UPC: 093074023822

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DISC: 1

1. Readin', Rightin', Route 23
2. 20/20 Vision
3. Suzanne
4. From Life's Other Side
5. Larry Sparks Medley: Dark Hollow / A Face in the Crowd / These Old Blues
6. When He Blessed My Soul
7. The Rolling Mills of Middletown
8. Family Reunion
9. Mountain Strings
10. Stone Walls and Steel Bars
11. Are You Missing Me
12. Once More
13. Barefoot Nellie
14. Garden Tomb
15. Baby Blue Eyes
16. We'll Head Back to Harlan)

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During the middle decades of the 20th century, the factories of southwestern Ohio drew hundreds of thousands of migrants from Appalachia, including innumerable musicians. Industrial Strength Bluegrass celebrates the music that these migrants made and loved, and explores a pivotal moment in the history of bluegrass and country music at large. Produced by beloved performer and radio personality Joe Mullins, the collection features many modern legends like Lee Ann Womack, Mo Pitney, and Vince Gill, plus a stellar lineup of bluegrass stalwarts including Rhonda Vincent, Bobby Osborne, and Mullins himself, taking on tunes that have echoed across Ohio for decades. This group of some of the biggest names in bluegrass today pays tribute to the jubilant highs and lonesome lows of life amongst the factories and warehouses, reflecting the region's rich culture and resilient people.