Live at The Cellar Door

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Live At The Cellar Door
Live album by The Seldom Scene
Released 1975
Recorded 1975
Genre Bluegrass, progressive bluegrass
Label Rebel
Producer Gary B. Reid
The Seldom Scene chronology
Old Train
(1973)
Live At The Cellar Door
(1975)
The New Seldom Scene Album
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Live At The Cellar Door is a live album by the progressive bluegrass Maryland band The Seldom Scene.[2][3] The Washington Post called it "not only a landmark for the progressive bluegrass scene that originated here in Washington, but may be the band's finest representation on disc."[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Doing My Time 5:38
  2. California Cottonfields 3:08
  3. Band Intros 1:15
  4. Panhandle Country 2:13
  5. Muddy Waters (Rosenthal) 3:14
  6. Rawhide 2:41
  7. Baby Blue 3:39
  8. City of New Orleans (Steve Goodman) 3:03
  9. Grandfather's Clock 4:50
  10. The Fields Have Turned Brown 3:15
  11. Hit Parade of Love 3:18
  12. Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (trad.) 3:26
  13. Pick Away 2:40
  14. Dark Hollow 2:10
  15. Small Exception of Me (Hatch, Trent) 3:15
  16. If I Were a Carpenter (Tim Hardin) 3:00
  17. Old Gray Bonnet 2:33
  18. C & O Canal (Starling) 3:09
  19. Georgia Rose 3:04
  20. Colorado Turnaround 2:37
  21. He Rode All the Way to Texas 2:36
  22. White Line 3:34
  23. Rider (Traditional) 7:10

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Album review on www.allmusic.com
  3. ^ Album info on www.rebelrecords.com
  4. ^ Harrington, Richard (21 November 2003). "A Choice D.C. Dozen". Washington Post. Retrieved 4 January 2010. 

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