Through the Window of a Train

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For their eighth album, the veteran bluegrass group Blue Highway decamped to a small recording studio in rural Southwest Virginia. Through the Window of a Train is frisky and fast, and all 12 songs are originals. It keeps the focus on the singers, the players and especially the songs—and together they demonstrate that you can make meaningful mountain music just about anywhere, as long as you put your hear into it.

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