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The Lost Nashville Sessions

by The Wright Brothers

Solid country music. 6 songs of which are originals.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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1. Come On Rain
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2. More and More
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3. I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy
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4. Lady, My Love
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5. I Just Lost My Place
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6. It's Gettin' Hard On Me
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7. Yard Sale
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8. Dark and Dreary Dungeon
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9. Fallin' Again
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10. Praise the Love
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11. Current Affair
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12. The Heart Somebody Left Behind
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Album Notes
Music recorded from 1988 to 1989 in Nashville. Produced by Ron Chancey (Oak Ridge Boys and Lonestar) and Vic Clay, (Ricky Scaggs).

By 1988, we had been recording in Nashville for 8 years. Two of our nine releases hit Billboards top 100. "Family Man" and "Southern Women"
Some of the songs on this CD were hits for others, sad for us but good for them.

For years these sessions remained on 2" tape master rolls at our manager's office in Nashville. We were pleasantly surprized to find them in great shape and had them digitally remastered to CD.

We hope you enjoy these musicial offerings from our group that's entering it's 35th year together.

-Tim Wright-


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Larry McJunkin

Great did I miss this one?
I've been a Wright Brothers Band fan for over 30 years. When I met my wife in 1978 she had an album collection that contained their "Anthology Album", three records that would eventually change my life in terms of the type of music I listened to.

This "Lost Nashville Sessions" album is a tremendous surprise to me as I thought I had all their albums. If you're a WBB fan...or even if you're just now discovering them, you'll enjoy this album and be surprised by the greatness of some songs that hadn't seen the light of day for so many years.

One of the things I like so much about the WBB is their astonishing range of music...from counrty-ish southern rock to some of the most gentle love songs you've ever heard. Try this'll immediately become a fan.

B. Rankin

Unusually Bland
You would expect more from theWBB, but most of this CD in unforgettable and maybe should have stayed 'lost'. Best cuts are Fallin' Again & The Heart Somebody Left Behind. For the ultimate WBB collection, look for The American Way CD. The harmonies and their 'sound' shines on that CD. This one just doesn't cut it.