Get On The One - Tommy Shaw - The Great Divide (CD, Album)


2011
Label: Pazzo Music (2) - PAZTGD333 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country •
Get On The One  - Tommy Shaw - The Great Divide (CD, Album)

Tommy has some really outstanding players on the CD, but he also gets the chance to show off his fine playing and singing. The Album title song, "The Great Divide" features the harmony of the incredible Alison Krauss. It's a beautiful track, written by Tommy and is worthy of many accolades. Read more/5().

 · Tommy has some really outstanding players on the CD, but he also gets the chance to show off his fine playing and singing. The Album title song, "The Great Divide" features the harmony of the incredible Alison Krauss. It's a beautiful track, written by /5(92).

Tommy Shaw (Styx) The Great Divide on LP + CD Montgomery, AL is miles from Nashville, TN. But in the early ’s, that wasn’t too far for the AM radio waves of the Grand Ole Opry, where in the back seat of a Chevy, a young Tommy Shaw lost and found himself in every note, and where the seeds of a life in music were planted.

 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Great Divide - Tommy Shaw on AllMusic - - Guitarist Tommy Shaw spent the first decade of /10(7).

 · The Great Divide hit last week, featuring 11 new songs that Shaw wrote/co-wrote, and recorded with a crack bluegrass rhythm section (Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Rob Ickes, Stuart Duncan, Byron House, Scott Vestal) with Alison Krauss and Dwight Yoakam lending harmony vocals. Tommy plays guitar, mandolin and resonator guitar on his project as s: 1.


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(2) Comments

  1. Nakazahn

     · Bluegrass diva Alison Krauss turns up singing on the title track, with Jerry Douglas picking and sliding on the Dobro guitar as Shaw spins a moving narrative boasting the album’s best close harmonies. “Get on the One” reveals Shaw to be quite the proficient flat-picker as he confidently keeps up with legendary A-listers Scott Vestal (banjo) and Rob Ickes (Dobro).

  2. Arak

    Guitarist Tommy Shaw spent the first decade of the 21st century reuniting with his longtime outfit Styx, making recording with Damn Yankees, and as Shaw Blades with Yankees mate Jack begins the second decade making a very wide left turn, returning to the roots music he cut his guitar-playing teeth on in his native Alabama: : Tommy Shaw.

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