Alison Krauss

“I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow” with Alison Krauss (fiddle) and Dan Tyminski (lead vocal).

“Molly Ban” performed by Alison Krauss and The Chieftans. This one will rip your heart out.

“Cluck Old Hen” with Alison Krauss (fiddle) and sweet little Sierra Hull (mandolin).

HT: Angelqueen.

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7 thoughts on “Alison Krauss

  1. I love Alison Krauss’s music. My fiance and I intend to use her version of “When You Say Nothing At All” as the first dance at our wedding. While some of her music isn’t exactly what I want to listen to, most of it is.

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  2. Tracy, I don’t know quite how to say this, but I don’t like seeing Alison Krauss with Robert Plant. I don’t like Robert Plant. My hunch is that he’s a bad man. And not just because he needs a haircut. To me the Krauss-Plant tour is very sad.

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  3. Well, at first I was not sure about it, but I listened to a few of the songs, and was sold…I just don’t associate who Plant is with the music I guess. But I do understand your concern no doubt.

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  4. No offense, Tracy, but having now listened to some of the Plant-Krauss music, I have to say that I’m not impressed. Krauss seems to have abandoned her roots. She’s adopted a whole new image, is dressing indecently, and all the rest. I hate it when that happens.

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  6. “Krauss seems to have abandoned her roots. She’s adopted a whole new image, is dressing indecently, and all the rest. I hate it when that happens.”

    I mind as well say – she’s not dressing indecently in the video linked to. And if she wants to sing duets with Robert Plant, well, no big deal. Those who disapprove can just stop buying her CDs, and she’ll get the message.

    As for Robert Plant’s character – when you’re talking about art, that only matters if the artist uses his art to glorify, or focus on, his sins. That’s not happening in the video either.

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