The Country Gentlemen is a compilation album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, recorded and released in 1973. One Morning in May. Casey's Last Ride. The Leaves That Are Green. House of the Rising Sun. Catfish John. Mother of a Miner's Son. Bringing Mary Home. The City of New Orleans. Charlie Waller - guitar, vocals. Doyle Lawson - mandolin, guitar, vocals. Ricky Skaggs - fiddle, guitar, vocals guitar, and vocals.
Live In Japan is a live album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, recorded in 1970 during their concert in Japan. Just before the group was scheduled for their tour in Japan, John Duffey decided to leave, citing his fear of flying . Yesterday & Today Volume 2 (1973)Yesterday & Today Volume 3 (1974). 25 Years (Country Gentlemen album) (1980). The Country Gentlemen feat. Sugar Hill Collection (1995).
Yesterday & Today Volume 1 is a compilation album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen. Are You Waiting Just for Me. Fields Have Turned Brown. Less of Me. Long Black Veil. When They Ring Those Golden Bells. Under the Double Eagle. California Blues (Blue Yodel No 4). Get in Line Brother If You Want to Go Home. Doyle Lawson - mandolin, vocals. Bill Emerson - banjo, vocals.
1963 live album by Country Gentlemen. Live album by. Country Gentlemen. 1963, reissued in 2001. The album originally contained 13 songs, selection from 2 concerts in 1962 and 1963. In 2001, Smithsonian Folkways re-released the album as a CD with 6 bonus tracks, recorded at Carnegie Hall on September 16, 1961 .
Yesterday & Today Volume 2 (1973)Yesterday & Today Volume 3 (1974). Charlie Waller assembled the second classic lineup of the Country Gentlemen soon after, with Bill Emerson returning on banjo, Doyle Lawson on mandolin, Bill Yates on bass, the band also switched labels from Rebel to Vanguard. Emerson left again to join the Navy after one album, and was replaced by James Bailey, jerry Douglas joined the band during the summer of 1973 and in 1974, after graduating from high school in May 1974, stayed with the band playing the Dobro at that time.
Sound Off is an album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, recorded in 1971. If I Were Here (Edmonson). Cowboys and Indians (Emerson). Sea of Heartbreak (David, Hampton). I'll Break Out. Orange Blossom Mandolin. These Men of God (Williams). Teach Your Children (Nash). Yesterday (John Lennon, Paul McCartney). Fox on the Run (Hazzard). Johnny and Jack Medley. Bill Bailey (Cannon). By the Side of the Road. Jimmy Gaudreau - mandolin, vocals.