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Sweet Harmony
Whitstein Brothers
Sweet Harmony
Genres: Country, Folk
 
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It isn't often in this day and age that one has an opportunity to be truly moved by simply listening to a musical performance. This collection of songs is a truly wonderful experience -- just the right mix of classics and ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Whitstein Brothers
Title: Sweet Harmony
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rounder
Release Date: 7/10/2009
Genres: Country, Folk
Styles: Bluegrass, Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 011661034426, 011661034440, 011661034426

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It isn't often in this day and age that one has an opportunity to be truly moved by simply listening to a musical performance. This collection of songs is a truly wonderful experience -- just the right mix of classics and new pieces -- performed by two of the most talented artists around. When you listen to these artists perform, you'll hear a long tradition of country music harmony -- echoes of the Blue Sky Boys, the Delmore Brothers, and, of course, the Louvin Brothers -- presented lovingly and with all the care and respect it deserves. I know you'll have the same, deep feelings about this wonderful, real music that thousands of people feel every time Robert and Charles step up to a microphone. And yes, I am moved listening to these songs. --adapted from the liner notes by Kyle Cantrell, WSM Grand Ole Opry

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CD Reviews

Very Sweet and a Little Different
mikilynn | 07/17/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If you aren't careful, you could dismiss this effort by the Whitstein Bros as just another bluegrass familial duo, but you wouldn't get much farther than the opening track before you realize that there is something a little different here. With the sweet lyricism of Tony Rice or the Everly Bros, and a good splash of frank charm, this eclectic CD is sweet to the ear and good for a weary heart. If there is a moment of discomfort, it is the first time you hear them sing Sounds of Silence with a southern twang, but even that incongrous combination melds into the whole for a thouroughly pleasing effect. It is the kind of CD that you put on at work and hit the repeat button . . . a lot."