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Artist: Rossington

Title: Returned To The Scene Of The Crime

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Rossington Returned To The Scene Of The Crime Album Cover

 

Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1986

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 81672-4 (Cassette), 81672-1 (LP)

Personnel

Gary Rossington guitar
Dale Krantz-Rossington lead vocals
Jay Jesse Johnson guitar
Tim Lindsey bass
Gary Baker background vocals
Mickey Buckins percussion
Duncan Cameron background vocals
Ronnie Eades saxophone
Derek Hess percussion, drums
Mac McAnally background vocals
Steve Nathan keyboards
Gary Ross synthesizer, keyboards

Tracks

1.  Turn It Up  3:52
2.  Honest Hearts  3:56
3.  Goodluck To You  2:41
4.  Wounded Again  2:47
5.  Waiting In The Shadows  4:10
6.  Dangerous Love  3:14
7.  Can You Forget About My Love  4:05
8.  Returned To The Scene Of The Crime  3:43
9.  Are You Leaving Me  3:41
10.  Path Less Chosen  5:23
  
Total Running Time:  37:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CurtisLoew Date: July 29, 2004 at 17:07
This is mediocre pop-AOR, with absolutely no hint of the Southern rock (and soul) of even The Rossington-Collins Band, let alone the mighty Skynyrd. Dale Krantz' voice is (still sublime), but the tunes are lifeless, shallow approximations of mid 80's "rock". It worked for Starship, but it sure as hell ain't working for Gary Rossington and crew here.

From: Christine Date: August 27, 2004 at 3:27
I've never heard this, but if Curtis (our resident Skynyrd & so. rock man) doesn't like it, I'll be sure to avoid it! Seems like it may be something along the lines of .38's Bone Against Steel (which IMO wasn't exactly their shining moment, either)...

From: 123charpenay Date: May 1, 2009 at 17:37
one of the best aor album ever.not southern rock but a real aor diamond

From: 123charpenay Date: October 21, 2015 at 13:50
in the category womenne of the best female singer ever:miss dale krantz rossington.exceptional,fabulous voice!!!!!!!now she sings in the background vocals of the legendary lynyrd skynyrd.


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