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Byline: Keith Lawrence
CARL JACKSON, "Songs of the South," Sugar Hill. 16 cuts.
After all these years, you'd think record labels would have re-released everything in their vaults on CD. But you'd be wrong.
Sugar Hill has discovered a couple of Carl Jackson albums from the early `80s that are still not on CD. And they've taken material from both for this latest release, due out on April 10.
These days, Jackson is best known as a songwriter (his "Little Mountain Church House" won the IBMA's first song of the year honors back in 1990), record producer and session musician.
But Jackson's bluegrass roots run deep.
When he was …