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Artist: Iron Horse

Title: Bring It On

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Compendia Music

Catalog Number: 1576


Ron Keel Vocals, Guitar
Jay Rusnak Guitar
Dean Lehman Keyboards, Banjo, Mandolin
Gaetano Nicolosi Drums
Geno Arce Bass
Henry Paul Vocals On "Dixie Highway"


1.  Three Sheets To The Wind  
2.  Bring It On  
3.  American Thunder  
4.  The Other Kind  
5.  I Can't Stop You  
6.  Dixie Highway  
7.  The Best Move  
8.  Desert Rain  
9.  Haunted Saloon  
10.  Rescued  
11.  Half Past Goodbye  
12.  One Hell Of A Ride  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: November 9, 2004 at 17:35
What a great cd. nice southern rock mixed with country and hardrock. Dixie Highway has Henry Paul on co-vocals and sounds so much like a Outlaws song......anyway the only song i don't care for is track #9 but with the video's also on the disc and pic gallery the cd is a great value and rocks.

From: Hellbilly Date: January 27, 2005 at 7:51
Just got this cd the other day and it ROCKS!!!! I didn't like the first Iron Horse cd that much because it sounded like the didn't know if the wanted to be Lynyrd Skynyrd or Danger Danger.... to me that was really confusing! But on this cd it seems tha Ronnie and the gang has found the right blend of asskickin' southern hard rock! My favorites are "Three sheets to the wind", "Dixie highway" and "I can't stop you" wich is a really heartfelt rock-ballad about having to let go of the one you love!

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From: Jez Date: February 3, 2005 at 10:45
Good one this. I love most of the Suuuvvvvern rock stuff and this is no different. Nothing groundbreaking particularly, just a well played, well produced quality release.

From: 123charpenay Date: November 16, 2012 at 17:32
this time great production sound perfect!!!!!two super songs, track 1 and 6 are top class southern rock.this record is very much better than their first album.ok the voice of ron keel is not fantastic.with a singer like masters ,like bruce brookshire (doc holliday) or johnny van zant (lynyrd skynyrd) this record will be a real killer cd s!!!!!!!!!!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: November 16, 2012 at 21:50
With the exception of Alligator Stew, I like my southern-rock a little harder than this. To me, Ron Keel's songwriting veered a little too close to stinky, FM-radio pop-country cheese, much like Blackberry Smoke unfortunately did once they got a hot Nashville producer.

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