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Bring It Back Alive = Japanese = (CD)
One of the better known southern rock bands of the 1970s, The Outlaws enjoyed some moderate success with hits like "There Goes Another Love Song." Following in the tradition of practically every band who had a contract at that time, The Outlaws released an obligatory live album in 1978. Their harmonies, both vocal and guitar, held up pretty well on stage, as evidenced by the before mentioned "Love Song," and "Freeborn Man," as well as "I Hope You Don't Mind." "Hurry Sundown," another Outlaws classic gets an equally fine treatment. But of course, the real meat comes at the end of the show with "Green Grass and High Tides." Taking a cue from Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird," The Outlaws wrote an epic of their own. "Green Grass" starts as an up-tempo country croon, but it's not long before they let the hammer down. As was de rigueur, the band pulls out all the era's stops, throwing drum breaks, dueling guitar leads that go on for about three days, and several false endings into the pot before The Big Finish. It's a great documented moment of a band at the height of both its own powers, and those of an entire era.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1978
Release Date: 2015-09-09
Label: Arista
Country: Japan
Item No: SICP4548
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Track List
01 Introduction
02 Stick Around For Rock And Roll
03 Lover Boy
04 There Goes Another Love Song
05 Freeborn Man
06 Prisoner
07 I Hope You Don't Mind
08 Song For You
09 Cold And Lonesome
10 Holiday
11 Hurry Sundown
12 Green Grass And High Tides
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