The Gibson Brothers have had their greatest success in the world of bluegrass, but their talent knows no bounds - Songwriting is at the core of who they are, and on Darkest Hour they deliver 12 tracks that they either wrote or co-wrote, with those 12 songs whittled down by producer Jerry Douglas from a pile of songs the guys sent him.
The majority of this album was recorded with a standard bluegrass configuration, but a few of the tracks have lap steel, percussion, and electric guitar masterfully blended together by Jerry..
- What A Difference A Day Makes
- Hearts Desire
- So Long, Mama
- I Feel The Same Way As You (feat. Alison Krauss)
- Shut Up And Dance
- I Go Driving
- Darkest Hour
- Who's Gonna Want A Heart Like Mine
- One Minute of You (Song For Annie Gray)
- Your Eyes Say His Name