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Love Your Man
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Category: Southern Rock
Label: MCA Records
Catalog Number: MCAD-42166
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Dale Krantz-Rossington vocals|
Gary Rossington lead and rhythm guitar
Jay Johnson rhythm and lead guitar
Tim Lindsey bass
Ronnie Eades saxophone
Tim Sharpton keyboards
Mitch Rigel drums, percussion
|1. ||Losin' Control ||4:00|
|2. ||Welcome Me Home ||4:44|
|3. ||Call It Love ||5:02|
|4. ||Holdin' My Own ||3:19|
|5. ||Rock On ||5:21|
|6. ||Love Your Man ||3:53|
|7. ||Stay With Me ||4:04|
|8. ||Nowhere to Run ||4:15|
|9. ||Say It From the Heart ||4:04|
|10. ||I Don't Want to Leave You ||3:58|
|11. ||Enough Is Enough ||3:33|
|12. ||Don't Misunderstand Me ||5:44|
|13. ||Don't Let the City Make You Crazy ||3:55|
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|Total Running Time:|| 55:52|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 11, 2003 at 19:18|
|My favorite of the Skynyrd-related "solo" albums. It's more pop than the RCB, but Dale can flat sing. Tracks 1-4 are highly recommended.
||Date: June 12, 2004 at 23:36|
|The Rossington Band released album number 2 for MCA in 1988, and though it continues the great tradition of southern rock, it is tempered with many commercial/AOR traits, keyboard layers and a slick production. Comparison wise, I see a mix of April Wine commericality, .38 Special and that classic 1985 album by Van Zant.
||Date: May 1, 2009 at 17:41|
|this cd s is an atomic bomb.aor as it is best fantastic.dale krantz rossington is the best singer on this earth.
||Date: March 5, 2016 at 16:08|
|i can add that i confirm that dale krantz rossington (initially she was in background vocals of 38 special and then she will be the wife of the legendary gary rossington)is an extraordinary singer.billy powell (rip)says that the first time she came in the studio(for the rossington collins band record),he stop playing his keyboards cause in his life he had never hear a so fanstastic singer like dale,he was scotched and he thing "on what planet dale come from?"this cd is a pure aor/southern jewel a little more hard than the exceptional"return to the scene of the crime".track 12"don t miss unterstand me"is a super southern bonus track live with steve morse (deep purple) on guitar!!!.this record is really essential in all serious melodic rock collection."le reste n est que litterature" .i m really sad to see that before me there is only two comments about this real masterpiece.
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