Nashville Blues (album)

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Nashville Blues
Studio album by Norman Blake
Released 1984
Genre Americana, bluegrass, folk
Label Rounder
Producer Norman Blake
Norman Blake chronology
Original Underground Music from the Mysterious South
(1982)Original Underground Music from the Mysterious South1982
Nashville Blues
(1984)
Lighthouse on the Shore
(1985)Lighthouse on the Shore1985
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Nashville Blues is an album of American guitarist Norman Blake, released in 1984.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Columbus Stockade Blues" (trad)
  2. "My Name Is Morgan ( But It Ain't J.P.)" (trad)
  3. "The Streamlined Cannonball" (Roy Acuff)
  4. "Pretty Bird" (Norman Blake)
  5. "In the Spring of the Year" (Norman Blake)
  6. "We're Living in the Future" (Norman Blake)
  7. "Nobody's Business" (trad)
  8. "Sally Ann" (trad)
  9. "I Was Born 4000 Years Ago" (trad)
  10. "Nashville Blues" (Alton Delmore)
  11. "The Banks Of Good Hope/The Green Fields of America" trad)

Personnel[edit]

  • Norman Blake – Guitar, Mandocello, Vocals
  • Nancy Blake - Cello
  • Charlie Collins - Guitar, Fiddle
  • Peter Ostroushko - Mandolin, Fiddle
  • Eugene O'Donnel - Fiddle
  • Mick Moloney - Tenor Banjo

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