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MessageSujet: Outlaws 'Soldiers Of Fortune' 'Bring It Back Alive'   Mar 5 Fév - 20:43

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Outlaws 'Bring It Back Alive'
CANDY161 / �Please welcome the four guitar army...' Never has there
been a more fitting introduction for a band of such enduring stamina and
total commitment to the art of guitar soloing. Alongside the Allman
Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws were one of the premiere
Southern Rock groups operating during the late 1970s, unleashing a
superlative selection of rural, country-tinged songs, laced with
lashings of deliciously executed lead guitar from not one... nor two...
but THREE lead guitarists.
'Bring It Back Alive'
was the band's fourth record, in an era where the
double live album was king. It was a time when Kiss, Peter Frampton,
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Rush had been benefitting enormously from the release
of live recordings, helping to boost reputations and serving as a
platform for further success. This album is a double live master-class
in vintage Southern Rock, recorded on the band's 1977 North American
tour (one gig in Miami playing to 30,000 screaming fans) when they were
affectionately dubbed the 'Four Man Guitar Army'. Aided and abetted by
two drummers and featuring guitar wizard Freddie Salem, the album
boasts, for the first time, a fully reinstated twelve song quota and
includes the definitive twenty-one minute version of their epic live
centre piece 'Green Grass And High Tides', this is an essential example
of the vintage Southern Rock sound.
24-bit remastering from original source tapes, 3,500 word essay about
the making of the album, new interview, fully restored track sequence,
20 minute version of 'Green Grass And High Tides', enhanced artwork and
previously unseen photos all spread out over a 16 page full colour
booklet.
Track Listing: 1. Intro (Relay Breakdown) 2. Stick
Around For Rock & Roll 3. Lover Boy 4. There Goes Another Love Song
5. Freeborn Man 6. Prisoner 7. I Hope You Don't Mind 8. Song For You 9.
Cold And Lonesome 10. Holiday 11. Hurry Sundown 12. Green Grass And
High Tides.


Outlaws 'Soldiers Of Fortune'

CANDY162 / 'The south's gonna do it again' sang Charlie Daniels in 1974
pontificating on the future of all those south of the Mason Dixon line.
The point he was alluding to is that you can take the man out of the
South but you can't take the South out of the man. It was a maxim that
all the great Southern rock bands of the1970s stuck by even when fads,
trends and personal circumstances laid waste to their confederate flag
flying dreams. The Outlaws were a case in point. By 1982 the band had
left behind their glory years, operating mostly out of a sense of duty.
And they chose to hang up their stetsons and kick off their muddy cowboy
boots was no surprise. Fortunately in 1985 the band reunited around the
core components of Hughie Thomason and Henry Paul to sign with Pasha
Records, a label exploding with the success of a revitalised Quiet Riot.
Produced by Randy Bishop and recorded in Los Angeles, 'Soldiers Of
Fortune'
explores the heart of the Southern rock style, injecting it
with a well executed dose of contemporary hard rock bravado. The songs
here are mainly rough and tough barn burners, working the same musical
path as Blackfoot and Molly Hatchet with the twin lead guitars working
over time. Hell Yeah!
24-bit remastering from original source tapes, 3,500 word essay about
the making of the album, new interview and enhanced artwork as all
spread out over a 12 page full colour booklet.
Track Listing: 1. Intro (Relay Breakdown) 1. One
Last Ride 2. Soldiers Of Fortune 3. The Night Cries 4. The Outlaw 5.
Cold Harbor 6. Watcha Don't Do 7. Just The Way I Like It 8. Saved By The
Bell 9. Lady Luck 10. Racin' For The Red Light.






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