The long-awaited sophomore album by bluegrass "supergroup" Longview brings to light some undeservedly obscure songs from the genre's adolescence. With an abundance of musical riches at it's command, from the powerful vocals of Dudley Connell, James King and Don Rigsby to the right-hand punch of Joe Mullins' banjo, Glen Duncan's masterful twin fiddling and Marshall Wilborn's bass, the band pays homage to the sounds and spirits of 1950s and '60s bluegrass.
1) Windy Mountain
2) High Lonesome
3) Leavin' Tennessee
4) Listen to My Hammer Ring
5) I'll Love You 'Til the Day I Die
6) Angels Are Singing (In Heaven Tonight)
7) I'm Going Home Again
8) Just Wondering Why
9) Voice of My Savior
10) Little Annie
11) Where the Dim Lights Are the Dimmest
12) He'll Save Your Soul Yet
13) Does It Have to End This Way?
14) Ballad of Maudie Dawson