The New Seldom Scene Album (1989)

The Seldom Scene

It’s been a long time since this was indeed the “New” Seldom Scene album—actually, it was their 6th record, following Old Train and Live At The Cellar Door. Like the five before it, the album was another smooth collection of interesting material, well arranged, with John Duffey and John Starling alternating on the lead vocals (Linda Ronstadt guests on harmony vocal on one track). Duffey is magnificent on “I Haven’t Got the Right to Love You” and “Rebels ‘Ye Rest,” and the group shines on all the cuts, which include lovely treatments of “Easy Ride From Good Times to the Blues,” “Paradise Valley” and “Pictures From Life’s Other Side.”

*Available On CD

Price: $12.00


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