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Alison Krauss and Union Station - So Long So Wrong


Mobile Fidelity



Product No.:
AMOB 2276
UPC: 821797227612
Limited Stock

180 Gram Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2

180 Gram LP  
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Available for the first time on vinyl. This must-have two-LP set gets more addictive with every play. Call it bluegrass or call it acoustic pop. Either way, Alison Krauss and Union Station have created an incredible montage of music. As usual, it is Alison’s beautiful vocals that give it that "high, lonesome sound." There are 13 vocal songs and one instrumental on this two-record set. Krauss is the lead vocalist on eight of the songs and Union Station members share the other lead vocals. The virtuoso musicians comprising the group are Barry Bales (acoustic bass), Ron Block (banjo, guitar), Adam Steffey (mandolin), and Dan Tyminski (guitar). Of course Krauss started her career as a violinist (fiddler to the bluegrass world) and she doesn’t leave that instrument out either. Due to the resolution of the MFSL Ultra Analog Cutting System, all the acoustic instruments and voices on the record are reproduced with an exceptional sense of space and clarity.

1. So Long, So Wrong
2. No Place to Hide
3. Deeper Than Crying
4. I Can Let Go Now
5. The Road Is a Lover
6. Little Liza Jane
7. It Doesn't Matter
8. Find My Way Back to My Heart
9. I'll Remember You Love in My Prayers
10. Looking in the Eyes of Love
11. Pain of a Troubled Life
12. Happiness
13. Blue Trail of Sorrow
14. There Is a Reason

Customer Reviews (4.57 Stars) 14 person(s) rated this product.

Astoundingly Good

posted on 05/26/2019
5 Stars
Reviewer: Carter DeVries
Just a quick note regarding the reported sibilant distortion on Alison’s vocals on this MFSL mastered release: I had the same issue initially and was pretty disappointed because this album otherwise is spectacular. Ironically, upgrading from MoFi’s own Ultratracker MM cartridge to a Dynavector 20x2 low output MC completely resolved this issue with tracking on this album as well as many others where I’d encountered this problem. If you have a great tracking and properly setup cartridge you shouldn’t have a sibilance problem with this album.

A great album and great quality

posted on 11/07/2012
5 Stars
Reviewer: Andy
I have always thought that alison has a beautiful voice. It is really brought to life on this pressing with spaciousness and air. The instrumentals are strikingly real. Soundstage is clearly defined and has great depth. You can hear every pluck and decay of the strings. A very pleasant sounding pressing with the MOFI quality you expect.


posted on 02/07/2012
5 Stars
Great record from one of the most musically talented bands out there. The sound you get from this record will blow you away. A true pleasure to listen to.

Voices Bright!

posted on 03/25/2011
2 Stars
Reviewer: beaker
The vocals, particularly Alison's, are bright and shrilly. I give it a 2 star only because the music is good and it the instruments sound ok. For the price this should be so much better. Very disappointed.

Bluegrass Classic

posted on 02/07/2011
5 Stars
Reviewer: Bruser
I previously owned this on cassette, so this is quite an upgrade for me. The vinyl has more presence and clarity in the midrange especially and just more tonal purity overall. I consider this their best recording and an indispensable part of any modern bluegrass collection.

Alison's Voice ??

posted on 08/31/2009
2 Stars
Like the other reviewers here I really like the music on this album and I agree with the sentiments regarding the "instruments in space". My problem with this record is that MOFI have not done a great job of reproducing Alison's voice. As we all know she has a sweet sounding kind of "high and lonesome" sound. This record sounds shrill (dare I say sibillant?)and not natural at all. It's a disappointment to my ears that's for sure.

Another winner

posted on 07/23/2008
5 Stars
Reviewer: TJS
I have a hard time deciding which is the best AKUS album. This may be it, but then again, the others are all so good.

This pressing was fine, and I'm pretty fussy about what I play on my Linn.

If you like Ms. Krauss and the guys, you will like this LP.

The CD really sells this short

posted on 03/10/2007
5 Stars
I have this on CD, having initially balked at the cost of the M-F vinyl version. Alas, there is no comparison. The vinyl is smooth, refined and highly listenable - and well worth the extra outlay. The CD sounds 'barky', high pitched and generally horrible by comparison - even via a Roksan Caspian/MF TriVista 21 which is normally fairly competent - but the alternative provided by M-F played via a Funk Firm-modified Linn LP12/Ittok/Denon DL304 puts the musicians in the listening room and brings tears to one's eyes like nothing else ever did. Magic!


posted on 10/23/2005
5 Stars
This is an amazing recording. One of the few digital recordings that actually sounds like it was recorded in analog. A must have for vinyl junkies.

Expensive LP but well worth it

posted on 10/19/2005
5 Stars
The LP version averages 10 min per side and is spread over 2 discs. It seems awfully expensive until you hear it. Alison Krauss has received some great sound in her Rounder recordings but nothing as good as this, not even the SACD issues. Lush and absolutely real, just about as good as being there in person. Buy this. You will not be sorry.


posted on 05/29/2005
5 Stars
This is the best-sounding album I have ever heard. The music is great, but this is a disc to wow the friends with.

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