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  1. Sep 20,  · Album Review: Jim Lauderdale – The Bluegrass Diaries Leave a comment Posted by Occasional Hope on September 20, Jim Lauderdale may be one of the most eclectic artists we have ever covered here at MKOC, but he has an enduring love for bluegrass and has recorded several records in that style.
  2. Jim Lauderdale has quietly become one of the finest voices on the contemporary bluegrass scene, and The Bluegrass Diaries is a winning example of his considerable gifts as a performer and songwriter, a collection of heartfelt music as honest and beautifully crafted as the day is long.8/
  3. Sep 20,  · Jim Lauderdale may be one of the most eclectic artists we have ever covered here at MKOC, but he has an enduring love for bluegrass and has recorded several records in that style. In he had released two albums simultaneously, Country Super Hits Vol 11, which Jonathan reviewed the other day, and Bluegrass, another excellent effort.
  4. The bluegrass diaries. [Jim Lauderdale] --All roads lead back to you --I wanted to believe --Looking for a good place to land --Can we find forgiveness --Chances --One blue mule --Are you having second thoughts --My somewhere just got here --It's such a long journey home --Ain't no way to run. Responsibility: Jim Lauderdale. Reviews. User.
  5. For some two decades, Jim Lauderdale has been among the most bankable writers in Nashville and not just with the mainstream country crowd. His Grammy-winning collaboration with Ralph Stanley highlighted his credentials as a bluegrass artist as well, and he follows that up here with this.
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