At the Ryman
|At the Ryman|
|Live album by Emmylou Harris and The Nash Ramblers|
|Released||January 10, 1992|
April 30-May 2, 1991
|Producer||Allen Reynolds, Richard Bennett|
|Emmylou Harris and The Nash Ramblers chronology|
|Emmylou Harris live chronology|
|Entertainment Weekly||A |
|Rolling Stone||(not rated) |
At the Ryman is a 1992 live album by Emmylou Harris and her then-newly formed acoustic backing band, The Nash Ramblers, recorded at the one-time home of the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Nash Ramblers:
- Sam Bush – Fiddle, mandolin and vocals
- Roy Huskey, Jr. – Double bass and vocals
- Larry Atamanuik – Drums
- Al Perkins – Banjo, guitar, resonator guitar and vocals
- John Randall Stewart – Guitar, mandolin and vocals
A companion video recording of the concert was released on VHS.
The concerts' and album's high acclaim are given near-universal credit for the renewed interest in reviving the dilapidated Ryman Auditorium as an active venue after nearly 20 years of dormancy. Soon after, the building was completely renovated and has since become a world-class concert hall.
|1.||"Guitar Town"||Steve Earle||2:56|
|2.||"Half as Much"||Curley Williams||3:00|
|3.||"Cattle Call"||Tex Owens||3:11|
|4.||"Guess Things Happen That Way"||Jack Clement||2:25|
|5.||"Hard Times"||Stephen Foster||3:25|
|6.||"Mansion on the Hill"||Bruce Springsteen||4:25|
|8.||"Montana Cowgirl"||Ray Park||3:08|
|9.||"Like Strangers"||Boudleaux Bryant||4:56|
|11.||"Calling My Children Home"||Doyle Lawson, Charles Waller, Robert Yates||3:14|
|12.||"If I Could Be There"||Kieran Kane, Jamie O'Hara||3:30|
|13.||"Walls of Time"||Bill Monroe, Peter Rowan||4:45|
|14.||"Get Up John"||Bill Monroe, Marty Stuart, Jerry Sullivan||4:25|
|15.||"It's a Hard Life Wherever You Go" / "Abraham, Martin and John"||Nanci Griffith, Richard Holler / Richard Holler||7:07|
|16.||"Smoke Along the Track"||Alan Rose||4:16|
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||32|
|U.S. Billboard 200||184|
- Mansfield, Brian. At the Ryman at AllMusic
- Christgau, Robert. "Robert Christgau: CG: Emmylou Harris". Retrieved October 20, 2011.
- Entertainment Weekly review
- Orlando Sentinel review
- Rolling Stone review
- "Emmylou Harris Revitalized the Ryman". Saving Country Music. October 4, 2010. Retrieved June 30, 2015.
- Cooper, Peter (January 19, 2012). "Peter Cooper On Music: Emmylou Harris celebrates 20 years with Opry". Tennessean.com. Retrieved June 30, 2015.