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Alison Krauss + Union Station RDR515DVD $24.98

Alison Krauss + Union Station Songs. Including 2 New Songs. LIVE on DVD. Double disc DVD set. Over 3 ½ hours. 25 songs. One on one interviews with each band member. Over 150 rare and unreleased photos and home videos. Behind the scenes footage. Anamorphic Wide Screen Presentation. Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound

John Prine Sessions At West 54th OBR500DVD $23.98

Features 65 minutes of performance footage, including material not aired in the original PBS broadcast. Plus a one-on-one interview with John Prine conducted by the show's host, John Hiatt.

Norman & Nancy Blake, My Dear Old Southern Home SHAN208DVD $24.98

This DVD is a simple two camera setup. The backdrop is a soundstage decorated to look like a living room: floor lamps, furniture, carpets, comfy chairs; Norman and Nancy sit facing each other. Each has a guitar on their lap. They talk in the direction of each other, shy, not media stars at all. Norman describes the guitars -- old Martins -- the specifics of each one carefully delineated. The unique fret design, a little history about this one's "lost weekend." Then they play. Mountain music, reels, jigs. They are extraordinary.

Bill Monroe The Father of Bluegrass Music WHE73040DVD $24.98

Both casual fans and bluegrass fanatics will revel in the completeness of Gebhardt's vision, which expertly weaves the often poignant Monroe interviews (including sweetly moving duets with Hartford and Skaggs) with additional interviews and archival film, television, and still photographs. Past and present members of Monroe's Bluegrass (née Blue Grass) Boys testify to Monroe's sure command of his lifelong franchise, as do an impressive choir of believers including Emmylou Harris, Jerry Garcia, Marty Stuart, and former Bluegrass Boys Del McCoury and Peter Rowan.

That High Lonesome Sound SHAN604DVD 24.98
Three short documentary films of American rural life and music by John Cohen: THAT HIGH LONESOME SOUND features Kentucky singer-guitarist Roscoe Holcomb; THE END OF AN OLD SONG chronicles the unique tradition of dirt-poor balladeer Dillard Chandler; and SARA AND MAYBELLE reunites two of the original members of the Carter Family.
Doc Watson Rare Performances 1982-93 VEST13024 24.98
By the time of this video's opening performance, Doc Watson had already been performing for urban audiences for more than 20 years. Doc's accompanists as well as his songs presented here are an eclectic group ranging from his 1950s musical partner, pianist Jack Williams, to his son Merle (seen playing exquisite slide guitar), to Ricky Skaggs (singing and playing mandolin in a Monroe Brothers style set) to a stellar stringband featuring Mark O'Connor, Tony Rice, Bela Fleck, David Grisman and Jerry Douglas. This collection ends with a solo set from Doc which brings his music full circle.
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