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LYNYRD SKYNYRD's first major headlining shows and their first ventures overseas, carried out across 14 months of solid gigging, it led to an explosion in the popularity of the group. It was during this extravaganza that the recordings on this release were captured as part of a radio broadcast made from their Chattanooga, Tennessee gig in March of 75. The release features the massive hit FREE BIRD. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the group No. 95 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.LP1
1. I Ain't The One
2. I'm A Country Boy
3. The Needle And The Spoon
4. Saturday Night Special
5. Don't Ask Me No Questions
6. Am I Losin'?
7. Made In The Shade
8. Railroad Song
9. Call Me The Breeze
10. Sweet Home Alabama
1. Sweet Home Alabama
2. Cheatin' Woman
3. Working For The MCA
4. Free Bird$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Jesus I'm A SinnerJesus I'm a Sinner is the 4th LP by Daniel Bachman. The album was recorded in Rappahannock County Virginia at Forrest Marquisee's studio inside his
father's woodshop in May of 2013 after spending just around 8 months on the road.
The first song Sarah Anne is a song for one of his best friends and sister Sarah Anne Bachman, and is also his first full song for the lap guitar.
Honeysuckle Reel is a springtime tune. For that first day when the heat and humidity sets in and the smell of the honeysuckle bloom creeps in your open
windows driving. Happy One Step is a guitar/fiddle duet with Sally Morgan of the Black Twig Pickers/The Freight Hoppers. It is a Cajun tune by Dennis
McGee. Jesus I'm a Sinner is for cutting loose. Variation on Goose Chase is a version of Virgil Anderson's Goose Chase. Although attempted to adapt to
the guitar, playing it on the banjo was the only way to keep the feel of the original version.
Under the Shade of the Trees has the undertone and drone of the 17 year cicada hatch that hit Virginia summer of 2013. The title is taken from Stonewall
Jackson's last words on his deathbed Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees. Chattanooga is played by Sally Anne Morgan
(fiddle) and Charlie Devine (banjo). This version was taken from Blaine Smith. Blenheim is the name of the LatanÉ family's property in Westmorland Co.
Virginia. Its a song for good food, drinks and solid company nestled on the banks of the Potomac River. Leaving Istanbul (4 AM) is a frustration song and
the feeling of being very tired thousands and thousands of miles away from home.1. Sarah Anne
2. Honeysuckle Reel
3. Happy One Step
4. Jesus Im A Sinner
5. Variation on Goose Chase
6. Under The Shade Of The Trees
9. Leaving Istanbul (4AM)$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hail Mega BoysFirst Time On Vinyl
Available for the first time on vinyl as the band approaches the historic milestone of performing live on stage together for the thousandth time is the classic debut from J. Roddy Walston and the Business, the band many have come to hail as the Megaboys of Rock'n'Roll. This release has been re-mastered from the original source by the audio wizards at Lord Baltimore Recording Studio.
Born and raised near Chattanooga, TN, J. Roddy Walston is the only limb left on the once-proud family tree of the Roddy clan. It was in the Smoky Mountain hollers of Tennessee that he was raised on the Music of God and taught to play rock and roll by the hand of the Devil. As a child, his grandmother turned down the Grand Ole Opry to sing only for God and family, while his uncle chose to drink himself to death in the real honky-tonks rather than heed the calls of the Nashville hit-makers that constantly beckoned. After young Roddy watched both punctuate their refusals with the business end of a shotgun, he decided not to let the family die nameless. In as much an attempt to bring due credit to his kin as a desire to rebel against what they stood for, he moved from the shadows and secrets of the South into the spotlight and temptations of the North. Whether by divine appointment or a cocktail devised by the Devil, no one knows, but by the time he reached Baltimore, a vicious band of players had gathered around him. Together, they've been begging rock n' roll to respect its past and teaching old music new tricks. It's as though every time they strike a note goat piss is turning into gasoline...nothing less than a modern rock n' roll miracle.I'll Tell You What
Nineteen Ought Four
Rock and Roll the Second
Used to Did
The Times Are a Staying
Generic In Love
Go For It
Picnics and Kisses
Stop Rip and Roll
Go Malachi$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
J Roddy Walston & The BusinessNot too many bands would move to Baltimore, MD in search of their big break -- as the city's most famous citizen, John Waters, once put it, No one moves here -- and fewer still would consider making the jump to Charm City from Chattanooga, TN. But J. Roddy Walston and the Business are clearly not your average rock & roll band, and after listening to their self-titled second album (and first for Vagrant Records), this trajectory actually makes some sense. The band's music suggests a meeting of the minds between the Deep South and the East Coast -- Walston's raw, twangy vocals and rollicking piano style and Billy C. Gordon's thick guitar lines cut with sharp interjections of slide, could both come straight from a Tennessee roadhouse, but the heavy stomp of Logan Davis' bass and Steve Colmus' drums is all-beef, no-filler hard rock stomp, the stuff of guys who've spent half their life trying to perfect Led Zeppelin's glorious thud and are within spitting distance of catching it. Put these two sides together, have them spend a few hundred nights playing bars where they struggle to be heard over flying beer bottles and shouts for more bourbon, and you could get something a lot like J. Roddy Walston and the Business.
These ten songs have swagger to spare, but there's little in the way of crowd-pleasing gestures; this band is here to rock but you have to take or leave them on their own terms, and the material is strong enough that plenty of listeners are likely to climb aboard for the ride. Whether they're living on the edge in Brave Man's Death, sharing tales of unsatisfying lovers in Pigs and Pearls, or mixing risky metaphors in Don't Break the Needle, J. Roddy Walston and the Business are a real-deal, roots-conscious hard rock band in an era when such things are believed to have gone the way of the 8-track tape. Picture a band that captures the lean and glorious Southern arrogance of the early Black Crowes and the FTW attitude of Appetite for Destruction-era Guns N' Roses -- all without obviously lifting licks from either act -- and you get one enjoyably butt-kicking surprise of an album.
- Mark Deming (All Music Guide)1. Don't Break The Needle
2. Full Growing Man
3. Used To Did
4. Pies N' Pearls
5. Brave Man's Death
6. Don't Get Old
7. I Don't Wanna Hear It
8. Uh Oh Rock N' Roll
10. Use Your Language$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
While The Gettin' Is GoodWhile The Gettin' Is Good is the 10th album from singer/songwriter, producer and guitarist, Corey Smith.
This project marks the first time that the singer-songwriter and wildly popular touring artist, who has produced all of his past efforts, has turned over the reins to a bona fide country music producer in Keith Stegall, best known for his work with fellow Georgians Zac Brown Band and country icon Alan Jackson. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN, and Ronnie's Place in Nashville, TN, Smith is featured alongside musical heavy-hitters Mike Hines, Kris Dale, Lee Davis, Antwane McMullin, Eric Darken, Dan Dugmore, John Willis, Stuart Duncan and Sam Levin among others.
Smith says, "I always dreamed of being able to make a record like this. I wanted to explore all the possibilities of a song and work with a producer who was among the best and who could teach me, he says. What makes me different is that I write all these songs, and I write them from the heart. I've lived them.
The result is Smith's most ambitious record yet, a collection of 12 songs, While The Gettin' Is Good, written entirely by Smith. As such, it's a deeply personal album, one that explores themes of love, hometown pride and even personal discovery. In today's country music climate, there is an abundance of artists and songwriters chomping at the bit to tell you just how "country" they are. But none represents the genuine rural lifestyle quite like Smith.
Included on the record is "Feet Wet," a metaphor-rich exploration of an ideal summer day, `high-energy fan favorite "Dahlonega," making its first full production appearance on a studio release and "PRIDE" about coming of age and celebrating his hometown roots.
Smith has amassed an unfailingly devout fan base, not only in his native Southeast region, but all around the nation. He has also previously released nine albums-including 2011's Top 20 release The Broken Record-all written and produced by Smith himself. His concerts, documented on 2012's live release, Live in Chattanooga, regularly sell out, with audiences singing along to such crowd pleasers as the coming-of-age anthem "Twenty-One," the nostalgic time warp "If I Could Do It Again" and the group hug "I Love Everyone."1. Don't Mind
2. Ain't Going Out Tonight
4. My Kinda Lady
5. Feet Wet
6. Taking The Edge Off
8. Blow Me Away
10. The Baseball Song
11. Drinkin' On My Mind
12. Bend$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now