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The Osborne Brothers - Bluegrass Concerto mp3 flac download

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Bluegrass Concerto
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The Osborne Brothers, Sonny Osborne (born October 29, 1937) and Bobby Osborne (born December 7, 1931), were an influential and popular bluegrass act during the 1960s and 1970s. They are probably best known for their No. 33 1967 country hit song, "Rocky Top", written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant and named after a Tennessee location. The Osbornes were born in Roark, Kentucky, on Jack's Creek, but they moved to Hyden after their house burned down

Album · 1970 · 24 Songs. More By The Osborne Brothers. See All. Greatest Bluegrass Hits Volume 1. 1996.

The Osborne Brothers. Members of the IBMA Hall of Honor and the Grand Ole Opry. We recorded this twice! Once on our Up This Hill and Down album, and then again on Bluegrass Concerto. Hope you enjoy! 4,855 Views. Although today, the Osborne Brothers are often recognized as symbols of traditional bluegrass, during much of their recording career, they were some of the most adventurous artists in the bluegrass world. They were using country instruments – electric bass, drums, steel guitar, piano – before prett. he Osborne Brothers.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Sonny and Bobby Osborne changed the rules. They came out of a rich tradition and had played with many bluegrass giants, but when they struck out on their own they featured their new concepts of vocal harmony and fuller backings. Their first hit, Ruby Are You Mad, was followed by such classics as Once More, Rocky Top, and The Kind Of Woman I Got.

Tracklist

Bluegrass Concerto 4:27
The Homecoming 2:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CMH-1518 The Osborne Brothers Bluegrass Concerto ‎(7") CMH Records CMH-1518 US 1979
CMH-1518 The Osborne Brothers Bluegrass Concerto / Homecoming ‎(7", Promo) CMH Records CMH-1518 US 1979