A Carolina Jubilee

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A Carolina Jubilee
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Studio album by The Avett Brothers
Released August 19, 2003
Genre Folk rock, Bluegrass
Length 58:49
Label Ramseur
The Avett Brothers chronology
Live at the Double Door Inn
(2002)
A Carolina Jubilee
(2003)
Swept Away
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

A Carolina Jubilee is a 2003 album by The Avett Brothers.[2] The album became difficult to find, but was re-released in November 2012. This is typically the oldest album that the Avett Brothers pull from when performing in live concerts.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Traveling Song" 3:27
2. "Love Like the Movies" (featuring Dave Rhames) 3:28
3. "Sorry Man" 4:44
4. "Me and God" 4:20
5. "Pretty Girl from Raleigh" 2:23
6. "Do You Love Him" 3:03
7. "I Killed Sally's Lover" 2:37
8. "Pretty Girl from Locust" 4:33
9. "My Last Song to Jenny" 2:27
10. "Walking for You" 3:28
11. "The D Bag Rag" 2:21
12. "Pretty Girl from Annapolis" 3:27
13. "Smoke in Our Lights" 5:40
14. "Offering" 3:42
15. "Carolina Jubilee (August 15, 1985)" 8:07

Bonus EP[edit]

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Initial purchases of A Carolina Jubilee were accompanied by a limited-edition EP.

  1. "In the Curve"
  2. "Tale of Coming News"

Personnel[edit]

The Avett Brothers

  • Scott Avett - vocals, banjo and percussion
  • Seth Avett - vocals, guitar, piano, kazoo and percussion
  • Bob Crawford - double bass and vocals
Additional musicians
  • Eric Lovell - mandolin, pedal steel and dobro
  • Patrick Gauthier - extra background vocals
  • Dave Rhames - additional vocals on "Love Like The Movies"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Swept Away (EP)". The Official Avett Brothers Site. Retrieved 1 March 2011.