“Pryme Tyme” – Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out – A Review
This group plays traditional bluegrass music. They mix in a little swing on couple of tunes. Russell Moore takes care of guitar and lead vocal on most songs. Steve Dilling plays banjo and sings harmony. Wayne Benson plays stellar mandolin through out the album. Justin Haynes plays fiddle and sings harmony. Edgar Loudermilk plays upright bass and sings harmony vocals and lead vocals on track #9.
This sounds like a live recording, real sweet recording with great tonal characteristics. Greg Luck does a great job of engineering and also mastering.
Great selection of material. Songs bring images of Montana to mind to love songs and songs about life. I love “Goodbye Old Missoula”, “Hooverville”, “Moon Magic”, and “Whippoorwill.” My favorite song is the last, “What’s the World Coming To”, a slow paced, emotion filled song about life as we know it.
By the way, it is good to see Rural Rhythm Records in Tennessee “where they belong”. Visit IIIrd Tyme Out @