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Southern Rock: Gold [2 CD]


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    2. Ramblin' Man - The Allman Brothers Band
    3. Heard It in a Love Song - The Marshall Tucker Band
    4. If You Wanna Get to Heaven - Ozark Mountain Daredevils
    5. South's Gonna Do It Again, The - The Charlie Daniels Band
    6. Fooled Around and Fell in Love - Elvin Bishop
    7. Chapagne Jam - Atlanta Rhythm Section
    8. Hold on Loosely - .38 Special
    9. Flirtin' with Disaster - Molly Hatchet
    10. Highway Song - Blackfoot
    11. Guitar Town - Steve Earle
    12. Walk Soflty on This Heart of Mine - The Kentucky Headhunters
    13. Nothin' Matters But the Fever - Sea Level
    14. Refried Funky Chicken - The Dixie Dregs
    15. Mind Bender - Stillwater
    16. Green Grass & High Tides - Outlaws
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Keep Your Hands to Yourself - The Georgia Satellites
    2. Only You Know and I Know - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
    3. Midnight Rider - Gregg Allman
    4. Keep on Smilin' - Wet Willie
    5. Dixie Chicken - Little Feat
    6. There Goes Another Love Song - Outlaws
    7. Street Corner Serenade - Wet Willie
    8. Travelin' Shoes - Elvin Bishop
    9. So into You - Atlanta Rhythm Section
    10. Coming Home - Johnny Van Zant
    11. Don't Misunderstand Me - Rossington Collins Band
    12. Living in a Dream - The Arc Angels
    13. Please Be with Me - Cowboy
    14. Can't You See - The Marshall Tucker Band
    15. Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    16. Whipping Post - The Allman Brothers Band
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 005515

  • Credits
    ProducerDavid Anderle; Delaney Bramlett; Emory Gordy, Jr.; Gary Lyons; Gary Rossington; Glyn Johns; Gregg Allman; Henry Weck; Jeff Glixman; Adrian Barber; Johnny Sandlin; Al Kooper; Al Nalli; Lowell George; Allan Blazek; Allen Collins; Paul Rothchild; Paul Hornsby; Rodney Mills; Steven Van Zandt; Stewart Levine; Tom Dowd; Tom Werman; Barry Harwood; Bill Szymcyzk; Buddy Buie; Bill Levenson (Compilation)
    Engineer

    Photographers: Stephen Paley; Beth Gwinn; David Alexander ; Kirk West; Mike McGowan; Michael Putland; Alan Messer; Chris Walter; Glenn A. Baker; John Atashian; Barry Morgenstein; Jan Persson; Gary Gershoff; Mark Hanauer.
    Arranger: Al Kooper.
    Much like jazz, Southern rock isn't just a musical genre, it's an institution, one that is interwoven into the fabric of 20th century American popular culture and is distinctly indigenous to American shores. As such, there have been countless anthologies and budget-line collections loosely assembling a smattering of the sound and its rich diversity, but nothing like this. Southern Rock: Gold isn't just an anthology, it's an anthropological and sociological document of some of the greatest rock music ever to come out of the American South, complete with a veritable who's who of the style. The set bookends with the one-two punch of the godfathers of Southern rock: Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers with their instantly recognizable classics "Sweet Home Alabama," "Freebird," "Ramblin' Man," and "Whipping Post," each a massive hit and signature tune that defined the movement. In between there are contributions from many of the super groups from the '70s and some of the torch bearers of the sound from the '80s, including the Kentucky Headhunters and the Georgia Satellites (who were responsible for Southern rock's last stand on the pop charts with the infectious "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," thanks in part to an amazing music video). Die-hard fans of the style may argue over the track selection, and some may even fight over the sequencing. But this isn't a set for the die-hard fan (even though it deserves a place in their collection, especially to just have all of the hits in one place); this is something that's immediately accessible to the casual listener and a guide point to dig deeper into the treasure trove of the Southern rock sound. It's one of the most enjoyable road maps ever assembled and paints a vivid portrait of such an important era in American pop music. ~ Rob Theakston

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