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Released in 1969, this album intersperses tracks recorded by Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys with tracks by Charlie Monroe and his Kentucky Pardners. The brothers did not record together on any of the tracks. It is currently out of print.
Bill Monroe And Charlie Monroe
Odd numbered tracks by Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys; even numbered tracks by Charlie Monroe and his Kentucky Pardners.
|Guest Musicians:||Charlie Monroe (guitar, vocal), Jimmy Martin (guitar, vocal), Rudy Lyle (banjo), Joel Price (bass, vocal), Red Taylor (fiddle), Carter Stanley (guitar, vocal), Howard Watts (bass), Gordon Terry (fiddle), Edd Mayfield (guitar, vocal), James Ora Bowers (banjo), Shorty Sheehan (bass), Bobby Hicks (fiddle), Jack Cook (guitar), Robert Lee Pennington (banjo), Bessie Lee Mauldin (bass), Jackie Phelps (guitar), Joe Stuart (banjo), Benny Williams (fiddle), Buddy Spicher (fiddle), plus Charlie Monroe's Kentucky Pardners.|
|Catalogue Number:||DL7 5066|
|1||No One But My Darlin'|
|2||I'm Old Kentucky Bound|
|4||Why Did You Say Good-Bye?|
|6||An Angel In Disguise|
|7||The First Whippoorwill|
|8||Weep And Cry|
|9||You're Drifting Away|
|10||That's What I Like About You|
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