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A Change of Scenery
Genres: Country, Pop
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Two New Members, Same Great Sound
Steve Vrana | Aurora, NE | 06/04/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well into their second decade, the Seldom Scene have dealt with shifts in their lineup before. On this 1988 release T. Michael Coleman replaces founding bassist Tom Gray, and guitarist Lou Reid (who previously had been a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver) replaces Phil Rosenthal (who had replaced founding member John Starlin).
Without missing a beat, original members John Duffey (mandolin), Mike Auldridge (Dobro) and Ben Eldridge (banjo) create a highly enjoyable album. Reid does most of the vocals, including a cover of Mark Knopfler's "Settin' Me Up" and Rodney Crowell's "One Way Rider," and the gospel number "I'll Be No Stranger There." However, perhaps the highlight is hearing Duffey's high lonesome tenor on a cover of the Beatles' "What Goes On." For longtime fans, this is an excellent addition to your collection. [Running Time - 35:28] HIGHLY RECOMMENDED"