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Category: Southern Rock
Label: Tazer Records
Catalog Number: P20406PE8R
|1.||Train Of Sorrow||4:28|
|5.||Ghost Of You||4:30|
|6.||I Know A Little||4:18|
|7.||Stars / Run And Hide||7:01|
|10.||Rock And Roll Dreams||4:17|
|13.||Beatin' The Odds||3:19|
|Total Running Time:  ||65:53|
|17.||Tribute To Shorty / Railroad Man||3:23|
|18.||Call Me The Breeze||5:54|
|23.||Dreams I'll Never See||7:37|
|24.||Flirtin' With Disaster||5:16|
|26.||Rock And Roll All Nite||4:04|
|Total Running Time:||64:21|
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|From: Jez||Date: April 3, 2005 at 14:13|
|A very appropriate album to add to the site after the sad passing of Jakson Spires a couple of weeks ago. This will probably be his swansong (unless there is anything else recorded by him unreleased). This is a good live album, which is basically a best of Molly Hatchet & Blackfoot with a few Southern Rock Allstars tunes thrown in for good measure. This will get an occasional listen, but Molly Hatchet's 'Double Trouble Live' & Blackfoot's 'Highway Song' will always win hands down over this one.|
|From: LilAl||Date: April 4, 2005 at 20:33|
|Got to meet Jakson Spires when we opened for SRA in 2002. Great Jammin band...God Bless You, Jakson.|
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