Songs from the Longleaf Pines

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Songs From the Longleaf Pines
Studio album by Charlie Daniels
Released March 22, 2005
Genre Bluegrass, gospel
Label Koch
Producer Scott Rouse
David Corlew
BeBe Evans
Charlie Daniels chronology
Essential Super Hits
(2004)
Songs From the Longleaf Pines
(2005)
16 Biggest Hits
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Songs From the Longleaf Pines is an album by bluegrass and country rock artist Charlie Daniels. Daniels is doing a tribute to Bluegrass-Gospel. It was released on March 22, 2005.

Track Listing[edit]

  1. "Walking in Jerusalem (Just Like John)"
  2. "Preachin', Prayin', Singin'"
  3. "I've Found a Hiding Place"
  4. "I'm Working on a Building"
  5. "The 91st Psalm" (recitation)
  6. "Keep On the Sunny Side"
  7. "Softly and Tenderly"
  8. "The Old Account "
  9. "I'll Fly Away" (instrumental)
  10. "How Great Thou Art"
  11. "The 23rd Psalm" (recitation)
  12. "What Would You Give (In Exchange For Your Soul)"
  13. "The Old Crossroads"

Review[edit]

Songs From the Longleaf Pines received four stars out of five from Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic. He concludes that "Songs from the Longleaf Pines is Charlie Daniels' tribute to bluegrass-gospel -- a tribute album that covers two rarely touched-upon aspects of Daniels' music. He's recorded bluegrass numbers before, and his music certainly has been informed by it, but he's never done a full-fledged bluegrass album before and, apart from a low-budget collection in the early 2000s, he's never done an all-out gospel record. So, this is a first, which would be noteworthy in of itself, but the truly remarkable thing about Songs from the Longleaf Pines is that it's a lively, passionate, invigorating record that's his best album in quite some time. Perhaps this isn't the flashiest album Daniels has cut, or the rowdiest, but its low-key, modest charms make this a minor gem in his catalog."

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Songs from the Longleaf Pines review". Allmusic. Retrieved November 23, 2011.