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We Are Family by Jeff & Sheri Easter and The Lewis Family The Easter Brothers
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Actors: Jeff & Sheri Easter and The Lewis Family The Easter Brothers
Format: Compilation, Full Screen, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Running Time: 1.00 minutes
Record Label Daywind
Format Compilation / Full Screen / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.57" Width: 5.51" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher DAYWIND, INC.
ISBN 1418715509 ISBN13 0614187155097 UPC 614187155097
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The Root Of The Matter Oct 1, 2009
Sometimes when reviewing roots music CDs and DVDs you come across material that you are both somewhat unfamiliar with and that does not fit easily in the various known categories of roots music. That is the case here with the combination of bluegrass and white gospel presented by the Easter Brothers and their family, very extended family as its turns out. A regular reader of this space might be somewhat puzzled by this remark. Of course, particularly over the last few months, I have reviewed reams of bluegrass music from the old days with the likes of Roscoe Holcombe, Ralph Stanley and the like.
Certainly the bluegrass folk revivalists of the 1960s, like the New Lost City Ramblers and The Greenbriar Boys, have gotten plenty of space. Moreover, one cannot really review Harry Smith's "Anthology Of American Folk Music", as I have in this space without running into plenty of bluegrass and gospel music. What is rather startling in this presentation these days is that combination, present here, of true believers in the gospel who bring their message through their bluegrass concerts for the folks. Frankly, I am much more comfortable with a secular group like The Bluegrass Gospel Project, who belt out the old tunes with fervor but not fever. .
Nevertheless, despite my befuddlement and a natural inclination to write this stuff off, this group, or rather real life extended family (I never did really get all the relationships down), knows how to sing this white gospel bluegrass music. Not enough to make me jump up and run out and get their albums but enough to appreciate that this Georgia -based group had something to say. That certainly is the case with a couple of songs, "Roses Will Bloom Again" and "I Need You".