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There have been 296 no-hitters in major league history and 23 perfect games. Every single one of those events marks a special moment in baseball's annals. Yet Rich Hill's one-hitter on Wednesday might be as singular as all of those games; perhaps it will even immortalize him in a way a mere no-hitter couldn't have.

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Andover got a big game from Brady Carter with 13 points and Austin Beahm chipped in with nine points for the Trojans in an easy victory over Goddard. Smith 12, Filtinberger 14, Adcock 8, Mills.

If an enterprising screenwriter were to craft a 'Rudy' inspired tale of Hill's baseball journey, the last out of a perfect game would have been the climax, with the denouement simply being a freeze-shot of Hill being mobbed by Austin Barnes and Adrian Gonzalez, or perhaps with Yasiel Puig planting a kiss on his cheek.

But alas, that Hollywood ending was spoiled by Pittsburgh's Josh Harrison lofting a leadoff home run in the 10th, the first walk-off homer in baseball history to break up a no-hitter. It was a heartbreaking loss for Hill, even if he wants to act all casual about it.

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You don't get much more subjective than trying to assess heartbreak. The very nature of sports is that heartbreak to one person is ecstasy to another. It's zero sum, with a winner and a loser. It felt like a crushing moment to me when Harrison's ball cleared the left-field wall at PNC Park, just beyond the reach of Dodgers left fielder Curtis Granderson. I'm not a fan of either team, but I'm a fan of Hill -- one of baseball's nicest people and a walking testament to the concept of perseverance.

But the Pirates fans I spied in the stands didn't seem too broken up about the end result.

It's never easy to slot a fresh event into historical context but, at the same time, such occasions also make for a perfect time to make the attempt. After all, what's the point of making history if you never go back and revisit history? With that in mind, here's a (very subjective) short list of the most heartbreaking near no-hitters in baseball history.

I used a few lists to jog my memory. Here are the primary ones captured in the cluster of hyperlinks.

1. Armando Galarraga, Detroit Tigers: June 2, 2010

This one stings the most for a few reasons. Mostly it's because if 2017 rules had been in place in 2010, it would have been a perfect game. There were two outs in the ninth when Cleveland's Jason Donald hit a slow roller between first and second that Miguel Cabrera backhanded and threw to Galarraga, who stepped on first just ahead of Donald's arrival to the bag. The Tigers started to erupt in celebrations but .. first-base umpire Jim Joyce called Donald safe.

Oy. It hurt to even type the words. That turned out to be the only complete game of Galarraga's career, and it created an inappropriate lasting image of Joyce, a fine umpire who simply made a mistake.

2. Harvey Haddix, Pittsburgh Pirates: May 26, 1959

The most famous near-miss in baseball history. Haddix went 12 2/3 perfect innings before an error, a sacrifice and an intentional walk to Hank Aaron preceded Joe Adcock's winning double. According to Paul Dickson's 'Baseball's Greatest Quotations' after the game Haddix told reporters, 'All I know is we lost the game. What's so historic about that? Didn't anyone ever lose a 13-inning shutout before?'

Ballplayers never change.

3. Bill Bevens, New York Yankees: Oct. 3, 1947

You almost hate to include this one, but it happened in the World Series, which is a pretty big deal. Bevens no-hit the Dodgers for 8 2/3 innings but walked 10 batters. Brooklyn scored a run earlier, so even if Bevens had finished it off, it wouldn't have been a shutout. Instead, Cookie Lavagetto touched him up for a game-ending, two-run double to give the Dodgers a 3-2 win.

4. Dave Stieb, Toronto Blue Jays: Aug. 4, 1989

There have been quite a few no-hitters lost in either extra innings or with two outs in the ninth, but this one merits extra attention because of its context. Stieb had a perfect game going with two outs in the ninth but gave up a double to Roberto Kelly and an RBI single to Steve Sax before finishing off the win. But what made this such a gut-punch was that the previous September, Stieb had lost no-hitters in consecutive starts. Thankfully, this example has a happy ending, as Stieb finally got his no-hitter against Cleveland on Sept. 2, 1990.

5. Rich Hill, Los Angeles Dodgers: Aug. 23, 2017

Absent the context, this one would be a tie with Pedro Martinez, then with the Montreal Expos, who lost a perfect game on June 3, 1995 when San Diego's Bip Roberts led off the 10th with a double. Even though Martinez had thrown only 96 pitches, Felipe Alou pulled him and Mel Rojas came on to get the save.

Hill's heartbreaker should stand the test of time. His perfect game was spoiled by an error. His no-hitter was lost in extra innings. His journey to be in that position -- he didn't start a game in the big leagues for 2,239 days between 2009 and 2015 -- is simply amazing. And he didn't just lose a no-no; Hill was the first to lose a no-hit bid on a walk-off homer.

But perhaps Hill will get the last laugh the way Haddix did. That is, one year after losing his perfect game bid, Haddix helped the Pirates to the 1960 World Series title, their first in 35 years. Hill is in perfect position to help the Dodgers snap a 29-year title drought of their own.

Hosmer gets his first walk-off homer. If anything, the Kansas City Royals are an amazingly resilient team. The Royals overcame a late 4-2 deficit to knock off the Colorado Rockies 6-4 on Eric Hosmer's game-ending homer to right off old buddy Greg Holland.

It was the first walk-off longball of Hosmer's career and moves Kansas City closer to the Minnesota Twins and Los Angeles Angels in the American League wild-card race. Hosmer is on pace to hit .319/.383/.503 this season with a career-high 27 homers, 95 RBIs and 101 runs scored.

That's a pretty nice platform year for a free-agent-to-be, yet every time I try to figure out what the market will be for him, I have a hard time figuring which team might be willing to throw a huge contract to a first baseman.

As for Holland, after a terrific start to his comeback season -- one year after sitting out because of Tommy John surgery -- he's having a tough go. He has blown three of his past four save chances, and has given up 12 runs in five innings (21.60 ERA) over his past six outings. He gave up only seven runs over his first 41 outings with Colorado.

Britton streak over. Baltimore's Zach Britton blew his first save chance since Sept. 20, 2015, a streak of 60 straight saves that established an American League record. The Orioles won 8-7 in extra innings against Oakland, though, a big win for a team barely hanging in the AL wild-card race. Manny Machado continued his tear with a game-ending homer.

Hoskins homers again. The Philadelphia Phillies haven't earned much national attention this season, but that could change sometime in the near future as their young group of hitters continues to find their collective way at the big league level.

No one has made a bigger impression than rookie Rhys Hoskins, who hit his seventh homer in only his 14th game since being called up for the first time by Philadelphia.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, Hoskins has more homers through his first 14 games than any Phillie in at least 100 years.

Beltre keeps bashing. The Texas Rangers beat the Angels 7-5 in extra innings, powered by a pair of homers from ageless Adrian Beltre. He now has 461 career long balls and moved to within one of Jose Canseco and Adam Dunn, who are tied for 35th all time.

Beltre's OPS is now .947 on the season. Among players with at least 250 plate appearances in a season, that ranks 20th among players 38 or older. Just ahead of him are Cal Ripken (No. 18 with a .952 OPS in 1999) and Willie Stargell (No. 19 with a .949 OPS in 1978). If Beltre passes that pair, he'd end up with the the highest-ever OPS for an infielder in his age-38 season or older.

Background information
BornJune 21, 1938 (age 82)
OriginScottsville, Virginia, United States
GenresBluegrass (with jazz, country, folk and rock influences)
Occupation(s)Touring and recording instrumentalist / singer, band leader, writer, arranger, record producer / engineer, inventor, ETC
InstrumentsBanjo, guitar, bass, mandolin
Years active1949–present

Eddie Adcock (born June 21, 1938 in Scottsville, Virginia)[1] is an American banjoist and guitarist.

His professional career as a 5-string banjoist began in 1953 when he joined Smokey Graves & His Blue Star Boys, who had a regular show at a radio station in Crewe, Virginia. Between 1953-57, he founded or played with different bands in Virginia and Washington DC, such as his Virginia Playboys, Smokey Graves and the Blue Star Boys, Bill Harrell, and Mac Wiseman's Country Boys. Bill Monroe offered a job to Adcock in 1958, and he played with the Blue Grass Boys until he could no longer survive on bluegrass' declining pay due to the onslaught of Elvis Presley who cornered all music markets. Adcock continued in music and also returned to working a variety of day jobs including auto mechanic, dump truck driver, and sheet metal mechanic. Then Charlie Waller and John Duffey asked Adcock to join their struggling new band, The Country Gentlemen, whereupon their vocal and instrumental synergy prompted a reinvention and elevation of their sound, soon revitalizing bluegrass music itself.[2] They are the first group to be inducted, in 1996, into the International Bluegrass Music Association's Hall of Fame as a band entity.

Adcock has performed with his wife Martha since 1973 in bands II Generation - the first definitively newgrass group - then as Eddie & Martha Adcock, country rock band Adcock, bluegrass' Talk of the Town, The Masters, the Country Gentlemen Reunion Band, and the Eddie Adcock Band, as well as with country outlaw David Allan Coe. Most recently he tours almost exclusively with wife Martha and calls Lebanon, Tennessee his home. Eddie belongs to a number of business organizations, including IBMA and the Folk Alliance. He has served on the Board of Directors of the IBMA, Tennessee Banjo Institute and others. Eddie and Martha also founded and ran Adcock Audio, a large, state-of-the-art sound company, serving bluegrass-related festivals from the early '70s until 2006, and from that time until the present have also recorded and produced themselves and others both outside and in-house at their own SunFall Studio.[citation needed]

Early years[edit]

Learning to play on numerous instruments brought into the home by an older brother, young Eddie, with his brother Frank, played and sang as a duo in local churches and on radio stations in nearby Charlottesville. Eddie sold a calf he raised to buy his first banjo as a young teenager and immediately began touring regionally with Smokey Graves. His hobbies were boxing and drag-racing cars. As a racer, Adcock racked up 34 straight wins with his car, which he named Mr. Banjo; he also set two track records at Manassas, Virginia. He also performed various blue-collar jobs to pay the rent. All the while, he played music at night.[3]

With the Country Gentlemen[edit]

The Country Gentlemen originated in Washington, D.C. as the result of an automobile accident involving members of singer Buzz Busby's band, which included Eddie Adcock. To fulfill upcoming dates, member Bill Emerson called other musicians to step in; and due to the injured members' long recovery times the substitute band decided to stay together, soon naming themselves the Country Gentlemen. The band’s original members were Bill Emerson on banjo and baritone vocals, Charlie Waller on guitar and lead vocals, John Duffey on mandolin and tenor vocals, and Larry Lahey on bass. Soon after Adcock's arrival the band settled into an undeniably synergistic lineup consisting of Adcock, Waller, and Duffey, with Tom Gray on bass.[citation needed] This particular lineup, with Adcock serving as sparkplug, became known as the 'classic' Country Gentlemen, the team who drove the bluegrass sound and repertoire to new levels of experimentation, expertise, and excitement. During his tenure with the Country Gentlemen, Adcock adapted thumbstyle, or 'Travis-style', guitar finger picking and pedal steel guitar playing to the banjo, which remain unique innovations on the instrument. In addition, his driving, percussive and syncopated jazz-based single-string, soulful string-bending, and lush chordal approaches were at the heart of the group's new-form bluegrass instrumental style, as developed in the interplay between Adcock's mind-blowing fireworks-like innovations, Duffey's jazzy mandolin licks, and Waller's forceful guitar rhythm. Additionally, Adcock's powerful, assertive baritone singing also set a new standard in bluegrass trio singing and became an much-emulated model. The Country Gentlemen's style and repertoire fundamentally changed bluegrass, and the group was notably the first newgrass-slanted band and arguably the forerunner of modern bluegrass as a whole.

Then Eddie met Martha[edit]

In 1970 Eddie left The Country Gentlemen and moved to California, where he formed a country-rock band called The Clinton Special. While he performed with the group he used the pseudonym Clinton Codack. Returning east and forming II Generation, he met Martha Hearon[4] in 1973; they would marry three years later and have remained partners in music and life, garnering fans and great acclaim while touring worldwide in nearly a dozen countries from Europe to Japan. The dynamic duo of Eddie and Martha Adcock has become known as “the biggest little band in Bluegrass”. Cashbox magazine and Billboard magazine have both named them “one of the Bluegrass circuit's top acts”. Eddie and Martha have recorded a number of well-received albums on several labels and concentrate on performing as a duo, as well as playing some concerts with bassist Tom Gray.[citation needed]

Eddie and Martha, AKA The Adcocks, have appeared on Austin City Limits, Song of the Mountains, Grassroots to Bluegrass, Ernest Tubb's Midnite Jamboree, TNN's 'Nashville Now' and Wildhorse Saloon, and a host of NPR specials, as well as syndicated, Internet, and local TV and radio shows worldwide. Their video Dog aired on TNN, CMT, and CNN.[citation needed]

Surgery[edit]

In October 2008, concerns about hand-tremors, which could have compromised his performing career, led to Eddie having deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A local anesthetic having been used during the surgery so that he could remain conscious, he was able to play banjo during the procedure in order to check the effectiveness of the treatment in progress.[5] This ground-breaking surgery is the first to have been performed on a musician for the purpose of restoring his professional-level playing ability; and the resulting television, newspaper, radio and internet publicity has been seen and heard globally, fascinating and amazing the entire world.

Eddie Adcock is known for composing and/or arranging these songs and instrumentals[edit]

Songs :

ANOTHER LONESOME MORNING (ANOTHER LONESOME DAY)

LET'S

LIVING WATERS

LOVE GAMES

NEW JOE CLARK

THE SENTENCE

SING BANJO SING

STATE OF MIND

TOO LONELY TO HEAR THE RAIN

UNCLE JOE

WHAT LOVE CAN'T DO

WHISPER HILL


Instrumentals :

BLUE BELL

BOY FROM ARKANSAS

CEDAR CITY BLUES

CHAMPAGNE BREAKDOWN

DEVIL'S RUN

EDDIE S BOUNCE

EL DEDO (EL DIDO)

GUITAR ECHOES (ECHOES / EDDIE S BLUES)

LAZY BOY

NIGHTWALK

RAINBOW

RENAISSANCE MAN (R MAN)

ROAD WARRIOR

SCREAM THEME

STALK OF THE CAT, PART 1 & 2

STROLLIN (STROLLING)

SUNFALL

THOMAS JEFFERSON BREAKDOWN

TO THE RESCUE

TURKEY KNOB

TWO BY FOUR


A selected partial Adcock discography[edit]

AUDIO :

VINTAGE BANJO JAM Eddie Adcock (1963), Patuxent # 300, 2017.

MANY A MILE Eddie & Martha Adcock with Tom Gray and Friends, Patuxent # 228, 2011.

TWOGRASS Eddie & Martha Adcock, Pinecastle # 1128, 2003.

SPIRITED Eddie & Martha Adcock, Pinecastle # 1078, 1998.

RENAISSANCE MAN Eddie Adcock, Pinecastle # 1058, 1996.

TALK TO YOUR HEART The Eddie Adcock Band, CMH # 6272, 1995.

DIXIE FRIED The Eddie Adcock Band, CMH # 6270, 1991.

THE ACOUSTIC COLLECTION (Double album set) Eddie Adcock & Talk Of The Town, CMH # 9039, 1988.

EDDIE ADCOCK & HIS GUITAR Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, CMH # 6265, 1988.

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EDDIE ADCOCK & TALK OF THE TOWN Eddie Adcock & Talk Of The Town, CMH # 6263, 1987.

LOVE GAMES Eddie Adcock & Martha, CMH # 6249, 1980.

GUITAR ECHOES Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, CMH # 6236, 1979.

THE IInd GENERATION Eddie Adcock & Martha, CMH # 6223, 1978.

STATE OF MIND The IInd Generation, CMH # 6208, 1976.

SECOND IMPRESSION II Generation, Rebel # 1564, 1976.

WE CALL IT GRASS II Generation, Rebel # 1546, 1975.

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HEAD CLEANER II Generation, Rebel # 1533, 1974.

THE IInd GENERATION IInd Generation, Rome # RLP-1117, 1972. ('The black album', cover w/ Rome insignia only). Reprinted with black and white photo cover as 'INTRODUCING THE IInd GENERATION'.

ADCOCK, GAUDREAU, WALLER & GRAY - THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN REUNION BAND Adcock, Gaudreau, Waller & Gray, RadioTherapy # RTR-CD-001, 2008.

COUNTRY CONCERT The Country Gentlemen, Gusto # 815, 2007. [Attenuated version (8 songs) of BLUEGRASS AT CARNEGIE HALL.]

GOING BACK TO THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS The Country Gentlemen, Smithsonian Folkways # 40175, 2007. Was 'GOING BACK TO THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS : VOL. 4' Folkways # FTS-31031, recorded 1960's, released 1973.

FOLK SESSION INSIDE The Country Gentlemen, Copper Creek # CCRS-7008, 2004. Was Mercury # SR-60858 & MG-20858, 1963.

CAN'T YOU HEAR ME CALLIN': EARLY CLASSICS 1963-1969 The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # REB-CD-7508, 2003.

ON THE ROAD (AND MORE) The Country Gentlemen, Smithsonian Folkways # 40133, 2001. Now includes bonus tracks from the 1961 Carnegie Hall concert. Was 'ON THE ROAD : VOL. 3' Folkways # FA-2411, 1963.

HIGH LONESOME: COMPLETE STARDAY RECORDINGS (2-CD Set) The Country Gentlemen, Starday King # 3510-2-2, 1998. (Early singles and album material 1957-1965.)

THE EARLY REBEL RECORDINGS 1962-1971(4-CD Box set) The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # 4002, 1998.

FOLK SONGS AND BLUEGRASS: Vol. 2 The Country Gentlemen, Smithsonian Folkways # 40022, 1991. Was '(John Duffey, Charley [sic] Waller & the Country Gentlemen) SING AND PLAY FOLK SONGS AND BLUEGRASS : VOL. 2' Folkways # FA2410, 1961.

COUNTRY SONGS, OLD AND NEW Charlie Waller, John Duffey, Eddie Adcock & The Country Gentlemen, Smithsonian Folkways # 40004, 1990. Was '(Charlie Waller, John Duffey & the Country Gentlemen)

COUNTRY SONGS, OLD AND NEW : VOL. 1' Folkways # FA-2409, 1960 & 1963; also London # 99.

NASHVILLE JAIL The Classic Country Gentlemen, Copper Creek # CC-0111, 1990. (Recorded for, but unreleased by, Mercury 1964.)

CLASSIC COUNTRY GENTS REUNION Duffey, Waller, Adcock & Gray, Sugar Hill # SH-3772, 1989.

25 YEARS The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # 1102, was #2201, 1982.

YESTERDAY AND TODAY, Vol. 3 The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1535, released 1974.

YESTERDAY AND TODAY, Vol. 2 The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1527, released 1973.

YESTERDAY AND TODAY, Vol. 1 The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1521, released 1973.

THE BEST OF THE EARLY COUNTRY GENTLEMEN FEATURING THE YOUNG FISHERWOMAN Rebel # SLP-1494, released 1970.

NEW LOOK, NEW SOUND The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1490, 1970.

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PLAY IT LIKE IT IS The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1486, 1969.

THE TRAVELER The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # SLP-1481, 1968.

SING LIVE FROM THE STAGE OF THE ROANOKE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL The Country Gentlemen, Zap # 101(Rebel subsidiary label), 1967.

BRINGING MARY HOME The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # RLP-1478, 1966. (Also released as BANKS OF THE OHIO, London # 93, Date?)

HOOTENANNY: A BLUE GRASS SPECIAL ['John Duffy (sic) and'] The Country Gentlemen, Design # DLP 613. Was Pickwick International # JS6156, 1963.

BLUEGRASS AT CARNEGIE HALL ['John Duffey & Charlie Waller and'] The Country Gentlemen, Gusto # 0696-2, 2008. Was Hollywood # HCD113, 1987. Was Gusto # 102, 1983. Was Starday # SLP174, 1962.

IN CONCERT The Country Gentlemen, London # 86 (live), Date?

FOLK HITS BLUEGRASS STYLE The Country Gentlemen, London # 52, Date?

BATTLE OF BLUEGRASS The Country Gentlemen and Jim & Jesse, London # 180, Date?

THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS (Spine title: THE LONG BLACK VEIL) Country Gentlemen, Starday # N5-2172, 1985. (CAS)

LAID BACK The Masters, Pinecastle # 1065, 1997.

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SATURDAY NIGHT FISH FRY The Masters, CMH # 6268, 1990.

THE MASTERS The Masters, CMH # 6266, 1989.

SENSATIONAL TWIN BANJOS Eddie Adcock and Don Reno, Rebel # 1482, 1968 & 1992.

COUNTRY MUSIC HERITAGE: THE LEGACY OF CMH RECORDS Eddie Adcock & Talk Of The Town and Various Artists, CMH # LP-6400, 2017.

THE PATUXENT BANJO PROJECT (2-CD set) Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Patuxent # 250, 2014.

PICKIN' LIKE A GIRL (4-CD Box set) Daughters of Bluegrass (with Martha Adcock), Blue Circle # BCR-036, 2013.

FIRST TEAR Akira Otsuka, with Eddie Adcock and Various Artists, Patuxent # 231, 2012.

TWENTY SONGS OF THE SOUTH Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle # PRC 4013, 2011.

LET THE LIGHT SHINE DOWN - A GOSPEL TRIBUTE TO BILL MONROE The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # 7529, 2011.

LET THE LIGHT SHINE DOWN The Country Gentlemen, Rebel # 1675, 1991.

JOHN DUFFEY: THE REBEL YEARS John Duffey with Eddie Adcock, the Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # CD-1836, 2011.

BLUEGRASS BANJO FEATURING FLATT & SCRUGGS [['John Duff[e]y (sic) &']] The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Essential Media Group, # XX?, 2011.

BLUEGRASS BOUQUET Daughters of Bluegrass (with Martha Adcock), Blue Circle # BCR-017, 2008.

ULTIMATE BANJO Eddie Adcock, The Masters, and Various Artists, Pinecastle # 4011, 2008.

BEST LOVED BLUEGRASS: 20 ALL-TIME FAVORITES The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # REB-8004,2008.

TRUE BLUEGRASS: INSTRUMENTALS Eddie Adcock and Various Artists, Rebel # CD-8003, 2007.

BLUEGRASS: AN AMERICAN TRADITION Eddie & Martha Adcock, The Masters and Various Artists, Pinecastle # PRC-4010, 2007.

B.A.B.A. SESSIONS - VOL. 1 Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Bay Area Bluegrass Association, 2007.

THIRTY YEARS OF BLUEGRASS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Gusto # GT-7711-2, 2006.

IN GOOD COMPANY Jimmy Gaudreau, with Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # 8983, 2006.

TO A DOVE Heather Berry, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, Blue Circle # BCR-004, 2006.

REMEMBRANCE OF YOU Francine Michaels, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, MTM # MTM-003, 2006.

ESSENTIAL BLUEGRASS - BLUEGRASS GOSPEL Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle # PRC-4008, 2006.

BLUEGRASS FROM HEAVEN - ESSENTIAL BLUEGRASS GOSPEL, VOL. 2 Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, McMinnvillle # 3964 (CMH sub-label), 2005.

CLASSIC BLUEGRASS, VOL. 2 The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Smithsonian Folkways # 40163, 2005.

CLASSIC SOUTHERN GOSPEL The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Smithsonian Folkways # 40137, 2005.

THE ESSENTIAL BLUEGRASS CHRISTMAS COLLECTION - CHRISTMAS TIME'S A-COMIN' The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Time-Life # 18988, 2004.

PURE PICKIN': CLASSIC BLUEGRASS INSTRUMENTALS Eddie Adcock & Don Reno and Various Artists, Time-Life/Warner # TL- 19851-2, OPCD-8522, 2004.

RANDY WALLER Randy Waller, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, Lendel # LR-5401, 2004.

SOLDIER'S JOY: A CIVIL WAR ODYSSEY INSPIRED BY COLD MOUNTAIN Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # CD-8820, 2004.

THE BEST OF KING AND STARDAY BLUEGRASS (4-CD Box Set) The Country Gentlemen, II Generation and Various Artists, King # KG-0952-4-2, 2004.

CHRISTMAS TIME'S A-COMIN' The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Time-Life #18988, 2004.

A PINECASTLE CHRISTMAS GATHERIN' Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle # 1133, 2003.

CHRISTMAS IN THE MOUNTAINS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # CD-1800, 2003.

KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE: BLUEGRASS SALUTES THE CARTER FAMILY Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-8435, 2003.

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PRIME CUTS OF BLUEGRASS, VOL. 63 Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, KBC # KBC-CD-0063, 2003.

A COLLECTION John Duffey, with Eddie Adcock, the Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # CD-0022, 2002.

THE PIONEERS OF BLUEGRASS The Masters and Various Artists, CMH # CH-8660, 2002.

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WORLD'S GREATEST BLUEGRASS BANJOS Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-8417, 2002.

THE ESSENTIAL BLUEGRASS COLLECTION Eddie Adcock & Martha and Various Artists, CMH # CD-1798, 2002.

DUELING BANJOS Eddie Adcock & Talk Of The Town, The Masters, and Various Artists, CMH # CD-1795, 2002.

RHYTHM OF THE MOUNTAINS Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # CD-1708, 2002.

BROKEN HEARTS OF BLUEGRASS Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # CD-8411, 2002.

REGGAEBILLY Peter Rowan, with Eddie Adcock, A-Train Entertainment, 2002.

CLASSIC BLUEGRASS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Smithsonian Folkways # 40092, 2002.

IN MEMORY OF A FRIEND: A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF RANDALL HYLTON Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle # 1116, 2001.

AROUND THE WORLD TO POOR VALLEY (8-CD Box Set) Bill Clifton with The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Bear Family BCD # 16425 HK, 2001.

JUST BECAUSE Mac Wiseman, with Eddie Adcock, Wise # MAC-W102, 2001.

LETTER EDGED IN BLACK Mac Wiseman, with Eddie Adcock, Wise # MAC-W101, 2001.

DESTINATION APPALACHIA Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, National Geographic / Sugo Music #SRO102, 2001.

BANJO HALL OF FAME - 42 ALL-TIME BANJO CLASSICS (3-CD Set) Eddie & Martha Adcock, Talk Of The Town, The Masters and Various Artists, CMH # CD-1794, 2001.

SONGS OF THE CIVIL WAR Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # 8028, 1998; CMH # 8060, 2001.

BLUEGRASS THEN AND NOW Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # CD-1790, 2000.

FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN - 20 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS Eddie (& Martha) Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-8047, 2000.

ALWAYS IN STYLE: A COLLECTION John Duffey, with Eddie Adcock, the Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Sugar Hill # SUG-CD-3926, 2000.

SNOWFLAKES AND DIAMONDS The Abeels, with Eddie Adcock, TA # 991, 1999.

20 GOLDEN COUNTRY WALTZES Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # CD-3927, 1998.

A GIFT FOR KEITH Jim & Jesse, with Eddie Adcock, OD # 498-17, 1998.

35 YEARS OF THE BEST IN BLUEGRASS 1960-1995 (4-CD Box Set) The Country Gentlemen, Eddie Adcock & Don Reno, II Generation and Various Artists, Rebel # 4000, 1997.

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN BANJO Eddie Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle # 1070, 1997.

PRIME CUTS OF BLUEGRASS, VOL. 26 Jim & Jesse, with Eddie Adcock, KBC # KBC-CD-0026, 1997.

Fireboy and watergirl in the crystal templegamerate. THAT'S BLUEGRASS! 20th YEAR ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION Eddie Adcock Band, Eddie & Martha Adcock, The Masters and Various Artists, CMH # D-1779, 1995.

BLUEGRASS FROM HEAVEN - THE ESSENTIAL GOSPEL COLLECTION Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # 8008, 1995.

DOGGONE COUNTRY Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, CMH # 6273, 1994.

LEGENDS OF BLUEGRASS 3 Eddie Adcock & Martha and Various Artists, CMH # CD-3903, 1994.

FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN - 16 BLUEGRASS INSTRUMENTAL HITS Eddie (& Martha) Adcock and VariousArtists, CMH # CD-4902, 1992.

BLUEGRASS BANJOS! ['John Duffy (sic) &'] The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Pickwick # P8 285, Date? (8-track tape)

THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS, VOLUME 1: STANDARDS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, PolyGram / Mercury # 848 979-2, 1991.

GRASSROOTS TO BLUEGRASS Mac Wiseman, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, CMH # 9041, 1990.

THE ORIGINAL BLUEGRASS SPECTACULAR! Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-5902, 1990; CMH # CD-5909, 1999.

THE WORLD'S GREATEST BLUEGRASS BANDS # 2 Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-5901, 1989.

THE WORLD'S GREATEST BLUEGRASS BANDS IInd Generation and Various Artists, CMH # CD-5900, 1989.

DAD THE DOBRO MAN Josh Graves & Billy Troy, with Eddie Adcock, CMH # 6264, 1988.

CHRISTMAS TIME BACK HOME The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel # 1600, 1988.

BLUEGRASS, THE WORLD'S GREATEST SHOW the Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Sugar Hill # 2201, 1987.

30 BLUEGRASS HITS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists with Eddie & Martha Adcock, Deluxe # DLX-7819, 1987.

THE WORLD'S GREATEST BLUEGRASS PICKERS Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # CD-5905, 1986, 1991.

GUITARS & BANJOS - THE HEROES Eddie & Martha Adcock with guests, and Various Artists, CMH # 9040, released 1990. (Double album: 1/2 Adcocks with guests, 1/2 Various Artists.)

BLUEGRASS - THE WORLD'S GREATEST SHOW (Originally 'The Greatest Show On Earth') The 'Original' ('Classic') Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Sugar Hill # 2201, 1987. GRAMMY WINNER.

DARLIN' DARLIN' David Allan Coe, Columbia # 39617, 1985.

FOR THE RECORD: THE FIRST TEN YEARS David Allan Coe, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, Columbia # 39585, 1984.

JUST DIVORCED David Allan Coe, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, Columbia # 39269, 1984.

THE WALLS OF TIME Peter Rowan, with Eddie Adcock, Sugar Hill # 3722, 1982.

IF TEARDROPS WERE PENNIES Mac Wiseman, with Eddie Adcock, CBS/51 West # 16280, 1980.

BOOGIEWOOGIEFLATTOPGUITARPICKIN'MAN Joe Maphis and Rose Lee, with Eddie & Martha Adcock, CMH # 6239, 1979.

SUPER PICKER SPECIAL Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # 6227, 1978.

COUNTRY GOSPEL COLLECTION Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, CMH # 9013, 1978.

MAC WISEMAN SINGS GORDON LIGHTFOOT Mac Wiseman, with Eddie Adcock, CMH # CD-6296, 2002; # 6217, 1977.

BLUEGRASS MEMORIES Crossroads Quartet, with Eddie Adcock, CMH # 6211, 1976.

BANJO IN THE HILLS The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Gusto Records # GT5-104, 1976. (CAS)

BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Starday-King # N5-2102, 1976. (CAS)

CONCERT FAVORITES Mac Wiseman, with Eddie Adcock, RCA, Stetson/Hat # 3100, 1973.

Coaster Raceradcock Games By: Austin Adcock Basketball

BLUEGRASS ON MY MIND Reno & Harrell, Starday # SLP481, 1972.

BLUEGRASS SPECTACULAR The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Starday # SLP-232, 1963.

FIVE STRING BANJO JAMBOREE SPECTACULAR The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Starday # SLP-136, 1961.

DVD / VIDEO :

Coaster Raceradcock Games By: Austin Adcock Play

THE BANJO OF EDDIE ADCOCK Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, Homespun Tapes (instructional), 1999.

BLUEGRASS GUITAR, FINGERPICKING STYLE, TAUGHT BY EDDIE ADCOCK (Was FINGERSTYLE BLUEGRASSGUITAR TAUGHT BY EDDIE ADCOCK) Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, Homespun Tapes (instructional), 1990.

GREAT BANJO LESSONS / BLUEGRASS STYLE Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, and Various Artists, Homespun Tapes (instructional), 2007.

GREAT GUITAR LESSONS / BLUES AND COUNTRY FINGERPICKING Eddie Adcock with Martha Adcock, andVarious Artists, Homespun Tapes (instructional), 1995.

GRASSROOTS TO BLUEGRASS Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Gabriel, 1999.

THE EDDIE ADCOCK BAND AT WOODSTOCK '92 National Entertainment Network, 1992.

THE CLASSIC COUNTRY GENTS AT WOODSTOCK '92 National Entertainment Network, 1992.

TENNESSEE BANJO INSTITUTE Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, TBI # 01, 1992.

DOG The Eddie Adcock Band, CMH, 1996.

BANJOS RINGING Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Wells # 01, 1998.

THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS The Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, The Bluegrass Collector's Set, 2002.

THE BEST OF BLUEGRASS GOSPEL, Part 2 The Eddie Adcock Band and Various Artists, The Bluegrass Collector's Set, 2002.


References[edit]

  1. ^Profile (with date and place of birth), bioandlyrics.com; accessed October 30, 2015.
  2. ^Eddie Adcock profile, answers.com; accessed October 30, 2015.
  3. ^Eddie Adcock profile, answers.com; accessed October 30, 2015.
  4. ^Profile, CMT.com; accessed October 30, 2015.
  5. ^Profile, BBC.co.uk; accessed October 30, 2015.
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