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Reno & Smiley* - Last Time Together (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Last Time Together on Discogs. Label: Starday Records - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass.
  2. Explore releases from Reno And Smiley at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Reno And Smiley at the Discogs Marketplace. (LP, Album, Mono) King Records (3) US: Reno & Smiley* Last Time Together (Album).
  3. What They Do: Despite the group disbanding, they reunited in as Don Reno and Red Smiley with Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-ups. Little Known Facts: Their last album recorded together was in May, , "Letter Edged in Black" (Wango Records). Smiley died on January 2, /5(6).
  4. This collection of live performances, recorded July 21, , at New River Ranch in Rising Sun, MD, and March 25, , at Sunset Park in Oxford, PA, is a great companion to Reno & Smiley's established catalog of studio recordings. The performances are excellent, featuring the two stars backed by the Tennessee Cut-Ups, consisting of future Porter Wagoner alumnus Mack Magaha on fiddle and John.
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  8. Reno & Smiley, like the much more famous Flatt & Scruggs, are true pioneers in traditional bluegrass; they are, in my opinion, the greatest bluegrass performers to ever live. Choosing sixteen of their (thankfully) large number of songs for special treatment in the form of 5/5(5).
  9. Reno and Smiley were an American musical duo that was composed of Don Reno (May 17, – October 16, ) and Red Smiley (February 21, – January 2, ). They were one of the most acclaimed duos in country and bluegrass music in the s and early s.

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