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MCA Special Products' Our Favorite Hymns rounds up ten inspirational highlights from the Osborne Brothers' recordings for Decca in the '60s. Although these recordings aren't among the Osbornes' very best, they're still enjoyable and effective, particularly for casual fans who aren't looking for anything more than a sampler of the duo's religious material. Among the featured songs are "How Great Thou Art," "I Pray My Way Out of Trouble," "Light at the River," "Rock of Ages," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," "Will You Meet Me Over Yonder" and "Medals for Mothers."


Formed: 1956 in Hyden, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The Osborne Brothers were one of the most popular and innovative bluegrass groups of the post-war era, taking the music into new directions and gaining a large audience. Among their most notable achievements are their pioneering, inventive use of amplification, twin harmony banjos, steel guitars, and drums -- they were the first bluegrass group to expand the genre's sonic palette in such a fashion. Bobby and Sonny Osborne were born in Hyden, KY, but raised in Dayton, OH. As children, their father...
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