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Southern Rock Masters
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Category: Southern Rock
Catalog Number: CLP 2272
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Bobby Ingram lead, slide, and acoustic guitars, vocals|
Phil McCormack lead and backing vocals
John Galvin keyboards, Hammond B-3, backing vocals
Dave Hlubek lead guitars
Tim Lindsay bass, backing vocals
Shawn Beamer drums, percussion
|1. ||Sharp Dressed Man || ||Cover: ZZ Top|
|2. ||The Boys Are Back in Town || ||Cover: Thin Lizzy|
|3. ||Desperado || ||Cover: The Eagles|
|4. ||Bad to the Bone || ||Cover: George Thorogood|
|5. ||Dreams I'll Never See || ||Cover: The Allman Brothers Band|
|6. ||Melissa || ||Cover: The Allman Brothers Band|
|7. ||Mississippi Queen || ||Cover: Mountain|
|8. ||Tequila Sunrise || ||Cover: The Eagles|
|9. ||Tumbling Dice || ||Cover: Rolling Stones|
|10. ||Wild Horses || ||Cover: Rolling Stones|
|11. ||Whiskey Man live bonus track |
|12. ||Beatin' the Odds live bonus track |
|13. ||Flirtin' With Disaster live bonus track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: August 26, 2008 at 14:58|
|This is made up of tracks that have influenced the band over the years, and there are some nice choices of songs on here (along with a couple of not so good it has to be said). Things kick off with 'Sharp Dressed Man' which to be honest, along with 'The Boys Are Back..' are the worst two tracks on here. More interesting are he covers of The Allman Brothers' songs. Hatchet have been covering 'Dreams I'll Never See' since the debut album, so no surprises with this one, but a nice addition is their version of 'Melissa' which is very good indeed. The Eagles songs are ok, although strange hearing Phil McCormacks gruff vocals, especially on 'Desperado' - a beautiful song for sure, but I'mnot sure if this one works or not. The standout of the album is definitley 'Wild Horses', which has always been a great song, but they certainly take it to new heights and do a fantastic version on here. So,a general thumbs up all in all, and for a covers album, not a disaster like some I have heard.
|From: Remastered Reason
||Date: September 16, 2008 at 21:58|
|Love the guitar tone on "Melissa" & McCormack's vox fits well here for sure. The other slower classic tunes also are definitely the highlights. Of course another recorded version of "Dreams" could never hurt either. lol
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 23, 2010 at 18:18|
|Excellent covers done by a mighty yet underrated band...the Hatchets come here with songs that have influenced them through out the years plus some live bonus tracks of their own material(3 killer ones!)...i found all the covers pretty good(not any weak one,at least 4 me)...of course if u are a beginner in Molly Hatchet's music buy albums such as "Greatest Hits"(1985) that brings memorable songs from the band..this one..a straight 95/100..is that too high for a rating in here???...i don't think so!...well deserved Molly!...keep us Hatching with your music forever...
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