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Live from the Archives of 650am Wsm - Volume 1

by Various Artists

Live from the Archives of 650am Wsm - Volume 1 by Various Artists

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Live from the Archives of 650am Wsm - Volume 1

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Label: Red River Entertainment
Most of the drama on this comp of Opry performances comes from the spoken-word tracks, which include a Vince Gill history lesson and a montage of WSM jock Ralph Emery introducing stars like Conway Twitty and Reba McEntire. No such stars contribute any tunes -- bluegrass and Opry lifer Del McCoury is the biggest name -- but the performers hold their own, even when playing No. 1 hits (as in Hillary Lindsey's "Jesus, Take the Wheel," which she co-wrote) or covering all-time classics (like the Time Jumpers' spectacular take on Buck Owens' "Together Again" or Georgette Jones' "Stand by Your Man").

About This Album

Most of the drama on this comp of Opry performances comes from the spoken-word tracks, which include a Vince Gill history lesson and a montage of WSM jock Ralph Emery introducing stars like Conway Twitty and Reba McEntire. No such stars contribute any tunes -- bluegrass and Opry lifer Del McCoury is the biggest name -- but the performers hold their own, even when playing No. 1 hits (as in Hillary Lindsey's "Jesus, Take the Wheel," which she co-wrote) or covering all-time classics (like the Time Jumpers' spectacular take on Buck Owens' "Together Again" or Georgette Jones' "Stand by Your Man").

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About This Album

Most of the drama on this comp of Opry performances comes from the spoken-word tracks, which include a Vince Gill history lesson and a montage of WSM jock Ralph Emery introducing stars like Conway Twitty and Reba McEntire. No such stars contribute any tunes -- bluegrass and Opry lifer Del McCoury is the biggest name -- but the performers hold their own, even when playing No. 1 hits (as in Hillary Lindsey's "Jesus, Take the Wheel," which she co-wrote) or covering all-time classics (like the Time Jumpers' spectacular take on Buck Owens' "Together Again" or Georgette Jones' "Stand by Your Man").