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Country Gazette - Out To Lunch Album

Country Gazette - Out To Lunch Album
Out To Lunch
Country Gazette
Country, Bluegrass
27 444 ET
MP3 album size:
1354 mb
FLAC album size:
1071 mb


1Time Left To Wander
Written-By – Bill Martin
2Uncle Clooney Played The Banjo (But Mostly Out Of Time)
Written-By – Alan Munde
3Why You Been Gone So Long
Written-By – Mickey Newbury
4Forked Deer
Arranged By – Munde, Ferguson, Wertz, Bush, WhiteWritten-By – Trad.
5Down Down Down
Written-By – Tommy Collins
6Sunny Side Of The Mountain
Written-By – Bobby Gregory, Harry C. McAulife
7Sing A Sad Song
Written-By – Wynn Stewart
8Out To Lunch
Written-By – Munde, Ferguson, Bush, White
9Sure Didn't Take Him Long
Written-By – Waylon Jennings
10Last Thing On My Mind
Written-By – Tom Paxton
11Melody For Baby
Written-By – John Hadley
12Blue Light
Written-By – John Hadley
13Still Feeling Blue
Written-By – Gram Parsons


  • Artwork By [Album Design] – Fred Govers, Martyn Smith
  • Banjo, Guitar, Banjo [Dobro Banjo]Alan Munde
  • Bass, VocalsRoger Bush
  • EngineerDonivan Cowart
  • FiddleDave Ferguson
  • Guitar, VocalsKenny Wertz
  • Mandolin, Guitar, VocalsRoland White
  • Mixed ByJim Dickson
  • Photography – Joyce Silverstein
  • ProducerJim Dickson
  • Steel GuitarAl Perkins


Listen free to Country Gazette Out To Lunch Still Feeling Blue, Sure Didn't Take Him Long and more. 13 tracks 37:34. Country Gazette. Out to Lunch. LP - Flying Fish FF-027. Overview . Out to Lunch marked the departure of fiddler Byron Berline, who left to found a new group called Sundance, and the return of founding member Kenny Wertz on guitar. Fiddler Dave Ferguson and pedal steel guitarist Al Perkins a veteran of Stephen Stills' Manassas and the Flying Burrito Brothers are listed as contributing musicians rather than working members of the group. Country Gazette was an American progressive bluegrass band, formed in 1971 by Byron Berline and Roger Bush. They played traditional bluegrass and contemporary songs on acoustic instruments. When the members of the country rock ensemble Dillard & Clark went their separate ways in 1971, bluegrass fiddler Byron Berline and guitaristbass player Roger Bush formed the band Country Gazette. Guitarist Kenny Wertz and banjo player Alan Munde soon joined. Herb Pedersen wrote songs and was a guest artist on. Listen full album. View all Country Gazette albums. Out To Lunch. 13 tracks. Released in 1976. Disc IDs. Cover Art 0. Uncle Clooney Played the Banjo But Mostly Out of Time. Blue Light. Vinyl 1. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Information for album Out To Lunch: Country Gazette. Members B. Out to lunch LP. Country Gazette Artist Format: Vinyl. Sure Didn't Take Him Long - Country Gazette. Out To Lunch - Country Gazette. Melody For Baby - Country Gazette. Sing A Sad Song - Country Gazette. Sunny Side Of The Mountain - Country Gazette. Down Down Down - Country Gazette. Why You Been Gone So Long - Country Gazette. Forked Deer - Country Gazette. Time Left To Wander - Country Gazette. Last Thing On My Mind - Country Gazette. Uncle Clooney Played The Banjo But Mostly Out Of Time - Country Gazette. Blue Light - Country Gazette. Artist: Country Gazette. Album: Keep On Pushing, 1991. Or listen to the other country dec name stations. in Europe - Country Gazette blended bluegrass with country-rock and, in the. the Red Hot Burritos album, which turned out to be the last album the group would. Country Gazette broke up for a second and final time in 1988. Roland White joined the Nashville Bluegrass Band after