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Artist: The Outlaws

Title: Best of the Outlaws: Green Grass and High Tides

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The Outlaws Best of the Outlaws: Green Grass and High Tides Album Cover


Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Arista Records

Catalog Number: 07822-18936-2


Billy Jones guitar, vocals
Frank O'Keefe bass
Henry Paul guitar, vocals
Hughie Thomasson guitar, pedal steel, banjo, vocals
Monte Yoho drums
Joe Lala percussion
Harvey Dalton Arnold bass, vocals
David Dix drums, congas, percussion
Freddie Salem guitar, slide, vocals
Mike Duke keyboards, piano, organ
Rick Cua bass, vocals
Manual Labour percussion
Joe Vitale Arp synthesizers, string arrangements


1.  There Goes Another Love Song  
2.  Knoxville Girl  
3.  Song for You  
4.  Waterhole  
5.  Green Grass and High Tides  
6.  Breaker Breaker  
7.  South Carolina  
8.  Freeborn Man  
9.  Prisoner  
10.  Girl from Ohio  
11.  Stick Around for Rock and Roll  
12.  Hurry Sundown  
13.  Gunsmoke  
14.  You Are the Show  
15.  Take It Any Way You Want It  
16.  (Ghost) Riders in the Sky  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Mika Date: December 21, 2003 at 5:10
Never heard the full album, but "Green Grass and High Tides" is an excellent, excellent song by any standards. Any rock/metal/southern rock/hard rock/whatever fan should check out that song, let alone anyone who is interested in great guitar work. A classic that will live forever :-)

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 0:10
Where's the earlier stuff?! These guys were awesome and I didn't even care for southern fried rock.

From: fasteddie Date: December 10, 2004 at 8:45
I agree w/Propane! Their early albums are a guitar picker's dream! Early on, they were very grass-roots, almost country-fried, but definitely rock-n-roll. If I had the time/knowledge, I'd post at least the 1st 4 albums myself & give them top ratings! Hughie Thomasson has been named by the Fender corp. as a "Living Legend", telling you what a great guitarist he is! Great stuff!

From: ROBERT Date: February 14, 2006 at 10:44
No los e oido...Todavia!! ¿Son como Lynyrd Skynyrd?, 38 Special o Molly Hatchet?

From: KurtmanJP Date: February 24, 2008 at 15:38
I'm sad that this doesn't include "Holiday" from their Hurry Sundown album. I've loved that song since I was 5 and my mom had an 8 track cassette tape of The Outlaws' Greatest Hits.

From: shoemaker Date: June 3, 2008 at 10:48
Just bought the album "Soldiers of Fortune". Some great and smooth AOR/southern Rock numbers here. "One last ride", "Soldiers of Fortune" and "Cold Harbor".

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