Time Will Tell Our Story

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Time Will Tell Our Story
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Genre Folk
Label Blueberry Hill Records
Producer Gary Gordon, Roberta Gordon
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Time Will Tell Our Story was released by folk music duo The Gordons in 2002. It was produced by Gary Gordon and Roberta Gordon. It was engineered by Mark Stoffel at Roan Pony Studio in Murphysboro, Illinois; Tim Carter at TreeHouse Studio in Ridgetop, Tennessee; and Mark Howard at Signal Path in Nashville, Tennessee. It was also mixed by Mark Howard. It was mastered by David Shipley at Foxwood Mastering and Editing in Nashville, Tennessee.


Track listing

  1. "Make Believe" (G. Gordon) - 3:34
  2. "Gone Gonna Rise Again" (Si Kahn) - 4:49
  3. "The Flood" (G. Gordon) - 3:18
  4. "Worth It To Watch 'Em Run" (Noah Gordon) - 2:05
  5. "Cottonmill" (Holly Tashian, R. Gordon) - 4:00
  6. "Ashland Breakdown" (Bill Monroe) - 3:25
  7. "Sweet Time" (R. Gordon) - 3:24
  8. "Better Place" (R. Gordon, G. Gordon) - 3:51
  9. "Follow Mother Home" (R. Gordon, G. Gordon) - 4:15
  10. "Goin' Home" (R. Gordon, G. Gordon) - 2:57
  11. "John Barleycorn" (Traditional; arr. and adapt. by G. Gordon) - 8:02
  12. "She Loves Her Children So" (R. Gordon, G. Gordon) - 2:16
  13. "Time Will Tell Our Story" (G. Gordon, R. Gordon) - 4:17
  14. "I Believe" (R. Gordon, G. Gordon) - 3:15


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