Old & In The Way-Self Titled
Old & In The Way-Self Titled ROUND RECORDS LABEL
Cover has normal wear and tear for the age. Cover is graded VG. Record is graded VG. Old & In the Way is the self-titled first album by the bluegrass band Old & In the Way. It was recorded 8 October 1973 at the Boarding House in San Francisco by Owsley Stanley and Vickie Babcock utilizing eight microphones (four per channel) mixed live onto a stereo Nagra tape recorder. The caricature album cover was illustrated by Greg Irons. It was, for many years, the top selling bluegrass album of all time. Eventually, however, the soundtrack album for O Brother, Where Art Thou surpassed its sales.