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Artist: The Georgia Satellites

Title: Let It Rock:Best Of The Georgia Satellites

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Elektra

Catalog Number: 7559-61336-2

Personnel

Dan Baird Guitar, Vocals
Rick Richards Guitar, Vocals
Rick Price Bass
Mauro Magellan Drums

Tracks

1.  Dont Pass Me By  
2.  Keep Your Hands To Yourself  
3.  Battleship Chains  
4.  The Myth Of Love  
5.  Cant Stand The Pain  
6.  Nights Of Mystery  
7.  Let It Rock Live  
8.  Open All Night  
9.  Sheila  
10.  Mon Cheri  
11.  Down & Down  
12.  Saddle Up  
13.  Hippy Hippy Shake  
14.  I Dunno  
15.  All Over But The Cryin  
16.  Six Years Gone  
17.  Hard Luck Boy  
18.  Almost Saturday Night/Rockin All Over The World  
19.  Dan Takes Five  
20.  Another Chance  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: October 23, 2004 at 10:29
Quite simply put,a fantastic compilation album,well worth seeking out!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 25, 2013 at 13:02
As compilations go, this one's very thorough. Twenty tracks from a band who only put out three albums. This is over half their catalog right here. Can't argue with that, can ya? THe real question is the same one I asked on Black 'n Blue's Ultimate Collection, another 20-songcommp from a band with only a short career. And that question is this: do you even need this much Georgia Satellites in your life? Were they really that great a band to begin with? That's up to you. Their brand of southern rock was updated for the '80's, by way of the '60's (think the Stones and the Faces), stripped down with no long "Free Bird" style jams, but not as poppy and lightweight as 38 Special. Their onee hit was the fairly stupid "Keep Your Hands To Yourself," which every bar band, especially the country ones, knows how to play. Some good tunes and non-album tracks elsewhere, but again, how much Georgia Satellites do you need?


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