Greenwillis | Know Where You Stand

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Know Where You Stand

by Greenwillis

Acoustic music from young musicians. Originals and traditionals. Powerfully sweet, clear vocals, harmony.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Blue Eyes
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2. Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier
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3. In This World
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4. Cascade Reel (Instrumental)
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5. Henry Green
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6. Rompus (Instrumental)
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7. Katie Dear
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8. Know Where You Stand
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9. Red Wing
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10. Chicken On a June Bug (Instrumental)
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11. Trouble Up and Down the Road
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12. Fell On My Knees
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13. Midnight On the Stormy Deep
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14. Macy Ann (Instrumental)
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15. Pallet On the Floor
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16. Uncloudy Day
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17. Moonlit Ride On the Mesa (Instrumental)
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18. Sail Away Ladies
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Album Notes
Greenwillis has been playing music for three years focusing on songwriting and creating arrangements of traditional songs, and have released their second album "Know Where You Stand" to excellent reviews.

They performed at Walnut Valley Festival #36 in Winfield, Kansas. They also appeared on Michael Johnathon's Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour.

Band members are Rachel Linn (16 years old) – lead/harmony vocals, mandolin; Derek Linn (20 years old) – lead/harmony vocals, guitar; Lukas Pool (18 years old) – harmony vocals, banjo; and Kathy Sutterfield – bass.

Rachel Linn drives the group with soulful, powerfully sweet vocals and plays mandolin. Many compare her vocal clarity to that of Alison Krauss or Emmylou Harris. She has been playing with her brother Derek at Mountain View’s Ozark Folk Center since the summer of 2003, and she also plays fiddle.

Lukas Pool, an exceptionally talented banjo player, is a regular performer in and around Mountain View and placed first in the 2005 Gulf Coast Bluegrass Banjo Contest in Florida. An advanced picker in both the three-finger and claw-hammer styles, Lukas—also a guitarist—plays shows at the Ozark Folk Center State Park and dazzles guests from around the world at his family’s bed and breakfast The Inn at Mountain View in Mt. View, Arkansas.

A sophomore at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Derek Linn plays a solid, balanced guitar and adds a steady rhythm to each song. His peaceful, vibrant vocals have been weaving vocal harmonies with his sister for the past four years.

Kathy Sutterfield (bass), Derek and Rachel’s aunt, resides in Mountain View and is a well-experienced multi-instrumentalist and vocalist. She regularly plays banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and bass, teaches and plays at the Ozark Folk Center, and is a member of Arkansas acoustic bands Patchwork, Bugshuffle, Wildcat Road Rambler, and Buffalo Gals.


Dagnab it, this album got here too late to make the last issue, in advance of their appearance at Acoustic Sounds, and that is truly a shame, as these young people are well worth hearing. They write most of their own songs, and they also do traditional folk/bluegrass. They play with exuberance and sing with élan. What more could one ask? This album was recorded at Blue Chair Recording Studio in Austin, but I think the band is based in Mountain View. I suggest you check them out if you get the opportunity. Reason being, they really are that good.

- Doug Treadway, “News of Record,” Nightflying Entertainment Guide



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Tom Klingl

Wonderful compositions and arrangements. Very relaxed and nice Bluegrass.