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The Whites: Greatest Hits

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Album Review

Although the Whites (Buck White and his daughters Sharon and Cheryl) were primarily a gospel bluegrass group, they recorded several country hits for Warner and Curb Records, beginning with "Hangin' Around" in 1983. These ten tunes showcase their unique blend of bluegrass instrumentation and harmony with modern country production on other chart-toppers, including "Hometown Gossip," "Pins and Needles," and "If It Ain't Love (Let's Leave It Alone)."

Customer Reviews

Timeless

Great stuff! These are hard to find jewels from the 80's that were lost along with the wearing out of my old cassette tapes of the original records: Old Familiar Feeling, Forever You, etc. Jerry Douglas is masterful on the dobro and the family vocals make this collection a must. I only wish iTunes had the original records so we could experience the deeper cuts from The Whites.

James Beene

this is the best old timer country I ever heard, and i think each one that listens to this will agree the music is soothing to the soul . It has been a long time but it's worth the purchase. thanks and God Bless you and yours. as always JLBeene

Biography

Formed: 1971

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the longer-lived family harmony groups in country music, the Whites started out as a bluegrass group, enjoyed a period as country hitmakers in the '80s, and later concentrated on gospel music. Buck White (vocals, piano, mandolin) and his daughters Sharon (vocals, guitar) and Cheryl (vocals, bass) officially comprised the group, but their roots dated back to Buck's first band in 1947. He went on to play bluegrass, honky tonk, and Western swing with a variety of bands in the '50s, most notably...
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