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Category: Southern Rock
Label: Arista Records
Catalog Number: 07822-18936-2
|1.||There Goes Another Love Song|
|3.||Song for You|
|5.||Green Grass and High Tides|
|10.||Girl from Ohio|
|11.||Stick Around for Rock and Roll|
|14.||You Are the Show|
|15.||Take It Any Way You Want It|
|16.||(Ghost) Riders in the Sky|
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|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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