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Mama's Hand

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Lynn Morris 9/19/1995

Review

Lynn Morris, one of the pioneer women banjo performers to break into bluegrass, returns with Mama's Hand, her 1995 release. Morris and her band, which includes her husband, expert bassist Marshall Wilbourn, put the blues in bluegrass with "It Rains Everywhere I Go," "Freight Train Blues," "Tell Me How to Mend a Broken Heart," and more. Morris has an upbeat side as well, though, with such fast-paced pickin' as the humorously titled "Dancing in the Hog Trough." Definitely recommended for traditional-style bluegrass fans. ~ Murrday Fisher
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Other albums by Lynn Morris

  1. You'll Never Be the Sun
  2. Shape of a Tear
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  1. # Song Length
  2. 1 Walking the Blues 2:31
  3. 2 Freight Train Blues 2:36
  4. 3 It Rains Everywhere I Go 3:9
  5. 4 Tell Me How to Mend a Broken Heart 2:46
  6. 5 Mama's Hand 4:12
  7. 6 Old Rip 2:29
  8. 7 No One Has to Tell Me (What Love Is) 2:36
  9. 8 Wishful Thinking 3:53
  10. 9 Dancing in the Hog Trough 2:14
  11. 10 I Can Call Jesus 2:22
  12. 11 Ain't Necessarily So 2:38
  13. 12 Mason's Lament 3:25

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