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Artist: Southern Rock Allstars

Title: Trouble's Comin' Live

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Tazer Records

Catalog Number: P20406PE8R


Jakson Spires Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Charles Hart Bass, Vocals
Jimmy Farrar Lead Vocals
Jay Johnson Lead Vocals, Guitars, Keys
Scott Mabrey Guitars, Vocals
Duane Roland Guitars
Mark Ray Keyboards
Mike Estes Guitars, Lead And Backing Vocals
Dave Hlubek Guitars, Vocals
Charlie Hargrett Guitars
J.J. Johnson Backing Vocals
Pete Geddes Bass, Vocals
Danica Jerosimich Vocals


Disc 1
1.  Train Of Sorrow  4:28
2.  Bloody Reunion  4:16
3.  Bounty Hunter  3:09
4.  Wishing Well  4:10
5.  Ghost Of You  4:30
6.  I Know A Little  4:18
7.  Stars / Run And Hide  7:01
8.  Tough Situation  3:07
9.  Whiskey Man  3:37
10.  Rock And Roll Dreams  4:17
11.  Mother  3:09
12.  Mississippi Queen  3:40
13.  Beatin' The Odds  3:19
14.  Train, Train  6:41
15.  The Hill  6:11
Total Running Time:  65:53

Disc 2
16.  Morning Dew  7:31
17.  Tribute To Shorty / Railroad Man  3:23
18.  Call Me The Breeze  5:54
19.  Trouble's Comin'  4:19
20.  Gator Country  8:15
21.  Stump Jumpin'  5:17
22.  White Dove  3:20
23.  Dreams I'll Never See  7:37
24.  Flirtin' With Disaster  5:16
25.  Highway Song  9:25
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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