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Fire on the Highway
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Category: Southern Rock
Label: Road Dawg Records
Catalog Number: RD6403
Eli vocals, guitar|
Rick Martin bass
John lead guitar
Rick Mobley drums
|1. ||Soft Tail |
|2. ||Thrill Seeker |
|3. ||I'm Mean Business |
|4. ||Southern Breeze |
|5. ||Good Times |
|6. ||Can't You See |
|7. ||Skies of Carolina |
|8. ||Take a Walk |
|9. ||Fire on the Highway |
|10. ||Wheels Are Turnin' |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 25, 2004 at 14:47|
|Southern Rock is one of the greatest genres of music, however not many bands are putting on new southern rock, until now! The Road Dawgs hit a home run with Fire on the Highway. Resurecting the sounds of the late 70's mixing it with a modern twist. This is one CD I do not forget when I am traveling down the highway. Songs like Soft Tail or Good Times are great cruising music. If you like Lynyrd Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet, you will love the Road Dawgs.
||Date: March 26, 2004 at 21:04|
|I agree with the post above. This album really brings back great southern rock. Whenever in the mood for some good ol southern rock n roll THIS is the album that is thrown into my CD changer.
||Date: March 27, 2004 at 4:12|
|Looks interesting. I love southern rock, but tend to prefer it with a little of a harder edge than some of what's out there. Interesting side note: I see the dude's last name is Mobley. I'm told that Yankees pronounce it "Mobe-ley," and southerners pronounce it "Mob-Ley." Thought I'd mention it.
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