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Travelin' (3:20)
What We've Got In Common (2:54)
Gone Fishin' (3:33)
Sunday Silence (4:08)
Whiskey Olde Whiskey (2:54)
Ashland Woman (3:00)
Run That By Me One More Time (2:25)
Are You Sleeping Daddy Darlin' (3:00)
Mountain Man (3:03)
Strodes Creek (3:17)
Homesick For Heaven (4:02)
Nashville On My Mind (2:57)
Rockin' At The Rip Van Dam (2:23)

ARTHUR HANCOCK
with
SAM BUSH, J. D. CROWE, STUART DUNCAN,
JERRY DOUGLAS, MARK FAIN and BRIAN SUTTON

SAM BUSH ~ Mandolin
J.D. CROWE ~ Banjo
JERRY DOUGLAS ~ Dobro
STUART DUNCAN ~ Fiddle
MARK FAIN ~ Bass
BRIAN SUTTON ~ Guitar
ARTHUR HANCOCK ~ Guitar and Lead Vocals
EDDIE ADCOCK ~ Baritone Harmony
PETER ROWAN ~ Tenor Harmony
PATTI MITCHELL ~ Duet Lead

"Run That By Me One More Time"
Co-written by Hancock, Foster, Lambert


ALL SONGS WRITTEN AND
SUNG BY ARTHUR HANCOCK


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Produced by PETER ROWAN
Engineered by BIL VORNDICK
Recorded at MASTER LINK STUDIO, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Mixed by BIL VORNDICK and PETER ROWAN
Mastered by BIL VORNDICK and RANDY LeROY
Final Stage, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE




Peter Rowan and
Arthur Hancock

I want to express my deep gratitude to my friend, Peter Rowan, who made this CD possible, to J.D. Crowe for his support and advice, to Fred Foster who has been a mentor over the years, and to all of these great musicians who brought the songs to life.


Arthur Hancock   




This project is a tribute to the great horse Sunday Silence, who won the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and other major races in 1989, who was named HORSE OF THE YEAR and who is now the world's leading stallion.

The artist, Kentuckian Arthur Hancock, has bred and owned two Kentucky Derby winners and has been playing bluegrass music since he was eleven years old.

After graduating from Vanderbilt University, he became a Monument recording artist where a song he penned and sang, "What of Tomorrow," went to #1 in Greenville, South Carolina and Minneapolis, St Paul. Arthur was one of the first artists to record one of Kris Kristofferson's songs and Arthur has had his own songs recorded by Ray Price, Grandpa Jones and others.





Arthur Hancock
at Stone Farm

First Row
(left to right):
Stuart Duncan, Arthur Hancock, Bil Vorndick, Mark Fain.
Second Row: Peter Rowan, J.D. Crowe, Brian Sutton.
Third Row: Sam Bush

While at Vandy, Arthur became a good friend of Peter Rowan who was with Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Boys at the time. This project is a reflection of their longstanding friendship. Peter produced the project and gathered these magnificent musicians together to make it all possible.

There are thirteen letters in SUNDAY SILENCE, thirteen letters in ARTHUR HANCOCK, thirteen songs on the CD and the price is thirteen dollars.

For more information or to get a copy, contact stoneproductions@stonefarm.com or call 859-987-3737.

"His songs are for his family, echoing life's hope and experience. These songs are written from the heart, not picked from a batch of demos trying for generic airplay. Just good o' back porch music. Thanks Arthur, for letting me share in the fun."

- Sam Bush

"It is a very well-presented package with an extraordinary set of supporting artists."

- Dan Hays, IBMA

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