Marshall Stephenson met Clyde Moody in 1995 when Moody was working at the WEDVA Barn Dance in Danville, Virginia. During the 1960s, Stepenson performed with Homer Briarhopper and Clyde Moody on WTVD-TV-Durham.
I Know What It Means to Be Lonesome (A.P. Carter)
Carolina Waltz (Clyde Moody)
I’ll Still Be around Dear If You Need Me (trad.)
As Long as I Have You I’m Satisfied (Clyde Moody)
Next Sunday, Darling, Is My Birthday (Smith, Mann)
The Kind of Love (Jesse Ashlock)
Where the Old Red River Flows (Jimmy Davis)
Afraid (Fred Rose)
If I had My Life to Live Over (Clyde Moody)
Shenandoah Valley Waltz (Clyde Moody)
West Virginia Waltz (Robert Williams)
Six White Horses (Clyde Moody)
Produced by Jimmy Capps.
Jimmy Capps, electric guitar, Dobro, rhythm guitar
Hoot Hester, fiddle, mandolin
Billy Linneman, bass
Gene Chrisman, drums
Clyde Mattocks, steel guitar, Dobro
Marshall Stephenson, vocals, guitar.
RicMar Records, 2008