Bluegrass Breakdown: Revonah Records, Part One

We’ll be jumping into the rich musical legacy of a small record company located in the hamlet of Ferndale, in the town of Liberty, New York. Between 1971 and 1987, the company issued 49 LPs featuring the likes of Roger Bellow, the Shenandoah Cutups, Walter Hensley, Clinton King, and Del McCoury. We’ll be taking a gander at the first 18 of those albums, in the order they were released.


  • The Shenandoah Cutups: “Brown Eyed Darlin’” from Bluegrass Autumn(Revonah)
  • The Hickory Hollow Ramblers: “There Must Be a Better Way to Live” from The Hickory Hollow Ramblers(Revonah)
  • Voices of Bluegrass: “Hung” from Hung Up On the Voices of Bluegrass(Revonah)
  • Clinton King & the Virginia Mountaineers: “Drinkin’” from Clinton King & the Virginia Mountaineers(Revonah)
  • The Pine Hill Ramblers: “Laveda” from Further Up the River(Revonah)
  • Vernon Derrick: “Sand Mountain Breakdown” from Grass Country(Revonah)
  • The Shenandoah Cutups: “Let Us Travel On” from Sing Gospel(Revonah)
  • Walter Hensley & the Dukes of Bluegrass: “Veil of White Lace” from Three Days From Home(Revonah)
  • The Green Valley Ramblers: “This Train” from Bluegrass Dawn(Revonah)
  • The Dixie Travelers; “Rattlesnake Daddy” from Free Wheeling(Revonah)
  • The Pine Hill Ramblers: “Red and Rusty” from The Saga of Red and Rusty(Revonah)
  • Wade Hill: “Wade’s Rockin’ Banjo” from Foxfire(Revonah)
  • The Shenandoah Cutups: “World Black As Night” from Traditional Bluegrass (Revonah)
  • Del McCoury & the Dixie Pals: “Love So Far Away” / “The First Time She Left” from Del McCoury & the Dixie Pals(Revonah)
  • Buffalo Gals: “Sittin’ On Top of the World” from First Borne(Revonah)
  • Stacy Phillips: “Traveling Dobro” from All Old Friends(Revonah)

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