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121. Charlie Daniels Band - Live: Greatest
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122. American Legend
123. Full Circle
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124. Increase My Faith
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125. Country Legends of Gospel
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126. Country Super Hits
127. Twisted Willie: A Tribute To Willie
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128. Mountain Gospel
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129. Johnny Cash: Roots and Branches
130. Classic Country Music, Vol. 1
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131. Treasures Money Can't Buy
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132. Sacred Steel: Traditional Sacred
133. Sowin' Love
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134. No Depression: What It Sounds
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135. Simple Man
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136. Unbearable Love
137. Now & Then
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138. Old Time Hymns, Vol. 1
139. He Touched Me: The Gospel Music
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140. A Lifetime in the Making

121. Charlie Daniels Band - Live: Greatest Hits
by Audium Entertainment
Audio CD (09 October, 2001)
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Asin: B00005LN02
Sales Rank: 19960
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Live
  • Original recording reissued

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars having a blast with Charlie and the gang
Hard driving, rockin' country music is what you get from start to finish in this excellent live album, with recordings culled from several concerts (in Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia) in 2000. Charlie and the band have so much energy and passion for their music, and for the message of freedom and patriotism that is in many of their songs, that their honesty and zeal alone is appealing; the musicianship is superb, and really shines in the instrumentals, "Sidewinder", and "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", and Charlie gets to show his virtuosity with the fiddle in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", which is a fantastic track, and a great finish for the CD.
5-0 out of 5 stars What more can you ask for?
How can you go wrong with a band like the CDB? This is a great live album and it covers a lot of ground. Seeing the band live is a great experience, and they've caught that excitement in these sixteen songs. It's the next best thing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD!!!!!
(...) I was impressed with Mr. Daniels introduction to Simple Man.He talks about catching "flack" for writing the song. Before the song starts, he says, "I Don't Care."Way to go CharlieRead more

Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Country Gospel    4. Country-Rock    5. Pop    6. Southern Rock    7. Traditional Country    8. Urban Cowboy   


122. American Legend
by Umvd Special Markets
Audio CD (16 April, 1995)
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Asin: B0000047JU
Sales Rank: 129116
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Original recording reissued
  • Original recording remastered

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Doyouknow....YouaremySunshine?
Inabout1956IwasataDanceHallwhereCountryWesternmusicwasplayed byayounggroupjuststartingout.MygirlfriendstwistedmyarmtocomeandIcouldhardlywaitto getoutofthere.ItwasaverywarmnightandI wantedto cruiseupUniversityAve. ( St.Paul MN.)inmy49Mercury.Before IleftIwalkeduptotheBandandaskedoneoftheguysto play asong.Here'showIaskedhim. " DoYouKnow...YouAre MySunShine?"TheguysatschoolcalledmeSunshineandthat seemedlikeafunsong. Somehow I didn'twaitforittobe played.AndIheardlaterthatthefellowintheband was lookingformeandactuallyranoutsidetoseemetakingoffin my49 Mercury.IalwayswonderedwhenIheardthetwosongsif therewasanyconnection.Thetwosongsbeing.Crazyabouta MercuryandDoYouKnow YouAreMySunshine.Theverysimple YouAREMySunshinewasallthatI hadaskedfor.Iwas sixteenatthetime.Mygirlfriendstoldmethefellow tookoff afterhewasthroughplaying tolookformeupanddown University. Theydidn'tdaretellhimmynameorwhereIlived becausetheyknewI wouldreallynotappreciatethatatall. Now Ilove thosesongbecauseitbrings backfavoritememoriesof crusinginmyMercuryandhowmuchfunitwas tobeso independent.TheStatlerBrothers .....( DoYouKnow.. ) isgreat andsolively itsafunsongforallages. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Country Gospel    4. Pop   


123. Full Circle
by Doobie Shea
Audio CD (11 March, 2003)
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Asin: B00008DKBP
Sales Rank: 132878
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Shenandoah Lead Vocalist Returns to Bluegrass with Style
The road between Marty's hometown on the outskirts of Jacksonville Florida and Nashville is populated by many who flit back and forth between "mainstream country" which will get airplay, sell records and fill arenas, and the music they love and grew up on: acoustic Bluegrass.5-0 out of 5 stars An inspired album that will knock your bluegrass socks off!
Since his long and successful stint with the band Shenandoah, singer Marty Raybon has released a duo album (with his brother), some gospel albums, a solo country album, and now a peppy bluegrass album. Raybon is a talented music veteran who was solidly grounded in bluegrass music early in his life as a member of his family band, the American Bluegrass Express. He then moved to Nashville and went country in 1984. He has shown that he can choose good material, assemble first-rate musicians, write excellent songs, and sing them with genuine and warm sincerity. "Full Circle" offers newly-arranged traditional favorites from Flatt and Scruggs (Down the Road), Bill Monroe (Rocky Road Blues, White House Blues), and Jimmy Martin (Home Run Man, Prayer Bells of Heaven, The Last Song). In addition, the album includes remakes of two Shenandoah hits (Ghost in this House, and Next To You, Next To Me) and one cut from his solo country album of 2000 (Ghost in this House). Three new songs were written or co-written by Raybon (That's One, All in the Hands of Jesus, Webster's Definition) including one (Everything) featuring guest vocalist Sonya Isaacs.5-0 out of 5 stars An inspired album that will knock your bluegrass socks off
Since his long and successful stint with the band Shenandoah, singer Marty Raybon has released a duo album (with his brother), some gospel albums, a solo country album, and now a peppy bluegrass album. Raybon is a talented music veteran who was solidly grounded in bluegrass music early in his life as a member of his family band, the American Bluegrass Express. He then moved to Nashville and went country in 1984. He has shown that he can choose good material, assemble first-rate musicians, write excellent songs, and sing them with genuine and warm sincerity. "Full Circle" offers newly-arranged traditional favorites from Flatt and Scruggs (Down the Road), Bill Monroe (Rocky Road Blues, White House Blues), and Jimmy Martin (Home Run Man, Prayer Bells of Heaven, The Last Song). In addition, the album includes remakes of two Shenandoah hits (Ghost in this House, and Next To You, Next To Me) and one cut from his solo country album of 2000 (Ghost in this House). Three new songs were written or co-written by Raybon (That's One, All in the Hands of Jesus, Webster's Definition) including one (Everything) featuring guest vocalist Sonya Isaacs.Read more

Subjects:  1. Bluegrass    2. Country    3. Country Gospel    4. Pop    5. Traditional   


124. Increase My Faith
by Horizon
Audio CD (10 November, 1998)
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Asin: B00000FDPC
Sales Rank: 113760
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of their best works
The Isaacs are perhaps my favorite gospel group and I particularly love the vocals of Joe Isaacs.My favorite song on this CD is "Goodbye" which he sings with awesome back up vocals by his children.I have played this song over and over and over.The loss of Joe to the group was devastating for me because I loved the entire family and I really miss him!His voice is a beautiful combination of gospel, country and bluegrass with hints of hillbilly!For anyone else who is a fan of Joe Isaacs, I would also highly recommend the song "Dreaming of a Little Cabin" on the CD "Bridges" which he sings in memory of his mom and dad.

5-0 out of 5 stars In a word:Great!!!!!!!!!!
Outstanding vocals! Awesome acoustics! Buy it TODAY!(#12- I've come to take you home)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a CD you must have if you are a fan of The Isaacs!
I just can't say enough about this wonderful CD by The Isaacs! From the silky smooth folky voice of Lilly Isaacs (the mom) on songs like "Rest On The Rock", and "Increase My Faith" to the classicbluegrassy sound of Joe Isaacs (the dad) on "A Promise From OnHigh" and "Goodbye" tothe beautiful voices of Sonya andBecky as well as their brother Ben on "I've Come To Take YouHome", "If I Could Hear From Heaven"and "I NeedJesus", this CD features many styles of music, but one message: Thelove of God and salvation through Christ.These folks are talented singersand musicians as well.Add this CD to your collection. You'll be glad youdid. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Gospel    3. Gospel/Christian Music    4. Pop    5. Southern Gospel   


125. Country Legends of Gospel
by Umvd Special Markets
Audio CD (15 August, 2000)
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Asin: B00004WF7I
Sales Rank: 47891
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  • Original recording reissued
  • Original recording remastered

Subjects:  1. Country Collections    2. Country Gospel    3. Country-Pop    4. Gospel    5. Honky Tonk    6. Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan    7. Pop    8. Soul/Reggae/Rhythm & Blues    9. Traditional Country   


126. Country Super Hits
Audio CD (31 May, 1994)
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Sales Rank: 44153
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Subjects:  1. 90's    2. Contemporary Country    3. Country    4. Country & Western    5. Country Collections    6. Country Gospel    7. Country-Pop    8. Honky Tonk    9. Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan    10. New Traditionalist    11. Outlaw Country    12. Pop    13. Progressive Bluegrass    14. Progressive Country    15. Traditional Bluegrass    16. Traditional Country   


127. Twisted Willie: A Tribute To Willie Nelson
by Justice Records
Audio CD (30 January, 1996)
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Asin: B000000NRS
Sales Rank: 123634
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of my 'desert island' discs
I'm a huge Willie Nelson fan and I love all sorts of music so this was a real treat.I bought it when it came out about a thousand years ago and it was money well spent.When I pull it out of the case, and listen to it, it never disapoints.If you get a chance to pick it up for $5 do it.You won't regret it.
4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable
I am a huge Willie Nelson fan so I bought this cd not knowing what to expect; alternative artists doing Willie Nelson songs, i thought to myself, "What do these artist really know about Willie Nelson besides that fact that everyone has heard on the road again?" Well even if they dont know much about him, they do a good job covering his songs. The cd starts out with this powerful electric guitar riff breaking into a great rendition of Time of the preacher; Johnny Cash on vocals does the song lots of justice. L7 does a good job making Three Days pretty heavy. The rockabilly version of Shotgun Willie is one of the jewels of this disk and Tenderloin does a remarkable job. When Jerry Cantrell preforms I've seen all the world I care to See, you can hear a sencerity in his voice that put you in a mood that Willie must have been in when he wrote the lyrics. One of the original outlaws Waylon Jennings almost makes I never cared for You, his own with his unmistakable voice. Angel flying too close to the Ground is very bizarre and as much as i like Kris Kristofferson, i have never listened to it all the way thru. The worst song, which happens to be a great song by Willie, is Still is still moving to me by Jello Biafra. Just like everything that involves Jello, the band is good, but he has such a horrible voice it makes it unlistenable as his voice sounds like Katherine Hepburns'. All in all this is a good cd and i would recommend giving it a listen.

5-0 out of 5 stars So Great I bought it twice!
I had this CD when it first came out years ago, and then lost it. I looked everywhere...even online file sharing, and could not find it anywhere. Enter Amazon.com! This is one of the best CD's ever!!! Everyone recognizes Willie's vocal style, but with this album, you really get a feel for his writing style too. This album is out of print and will be very collectable...so buy it while you can! My fav songs: L7, Presidents of the USA, and Jesse Dayton. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 90's    2. Alternative Country    3. Alternative Country-Rock    4. Alternative Metal    5. Alternative Pop/Rock    6. American Underground    7. Country    8. Country Gospel    9. Country-Folk    10. Country-Pop    11. Cowboy    12. Grunge    13. Hardcore Punk    14. Heavy Metal    15. Indie Rock    16. Outlaw Country    17. Pop    18. Popular Music    19. Post-Grunge    20. Progressive Country   


128. Mountain Gospel
by Jsp Records
Audio CD (23 August, 2005)
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Asin: B0009XPB16
Sales Rank: 78924
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Box set
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Important overview of early Southern Gospel
Few genres of music have been so shoddily reissued as Southern Gospel, the white style of religious music that began in the early 20th century.This impressive four CD box sets out to correct some of that oversight.The groups here are mostly country groups, singers that also had careers in the hillbilly field as it was then known. There are some impressive gospel sides on this set, most importantly the Phipps singers and Alfred Karnes.(The Document cds of these artists were recently deleted, so it nice to have the sides back in print.)Very welcome are cuts by the Laurel Firemen and Vaughan quartets, though much more of the white quartet material needs to be reissued to have a fuller appreciation of the genre.If you enjoy country style gospel and are interested in the history of early Southern Gospel, this is a set you need to add to your collection. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Appalachian Folk    2. Bluegrass    3. Bluegrass Collections    4. Country    5. Country Gospel    6. Old-Timey    7. Pop    8. Southern Gospel    9. Spirituals    10. String Bands    11. Traditional Gospel   


129. Johnny Cash: Roots and Branches
by Hip-O Records
Audio CD (04 July, 2006)
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Asin: B000FOQ1BI
Sales Rank: 107987
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country Gospel    3. Folk Revival    4. Honky Tonk    5. Old-Timey    6. Pop    7. Traditional Country   


130. Classic Country Music, Vol. 1
by Smithsonian Collect.
Audio CD (01 February, 1994)
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Asin: B0000017TC
Sales Rank: 145548
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Very best 'couple of cds' country collection on the planet
I have all the time life country as well as some more, around 900 old country classic songs. Most of them that I did not have before are issued on these series 1-4. I would buy it, even if it costs a lot now. Great old style country, from good vocal classics to fantastic banjo solo's!
4-0 out of 5 stars Traditional Music
Hey, this music sucks.But then did you expect polish from the Skillet Lickers and the Fruit Jar Drinkers?This is the real McCoy for traditional hillbilly music, straight from the billy's mouth.Folk music performed by the folks, from a time when nobody was embarrassed to sing, before country music became "pop rock" and sterile.It aint gonna hit top 40 today - and that is a compliment.

1-0 out of 5 stars advertised that there were 4 discs and only received ONE!!!!
I was very disappointed, I had this collection of music on Cassettes and when I only receved One Disc. Was mad...I really should get my money back. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 30's    2. 40's    3. Bakersfield Sound    4. Bluegrass    5. Close Harmony    6. Contemporary Country    7. Country    8. Country & Western    9. Country Boogie    10. Country Gospel    11. Country-Folk    12. Country-Pop    13. Country-Rock    14. Cowboy    15. Honky Tonk    16. Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan    17. Old-Timey    18. Outlaw Country    19. Pop    20. Progressive Country   


131. Treasures Money Can't Buy
by Music Mill Entertainment
Audio CD (15 April, 2003)
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Asin: B00008X1CW
Sales Rank: 101033
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Not a loser in the bunch
The album starts strong with You've Been An Inspiration To Me and seems to keep on getting better. No Other Fountain and It's Alright are two smooth a capella numbers. The arrangement of Just a Little Talk With Jesus is outstanding. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bluegrass    2. Country Gospel    3. Gospel    4. Gospel/Christian Music    5. Pop    6. Traditional Bluegrass   


132. Sacred Steel: Traditional Sacred African-American Steel Guitar Music In Florida
by Arhoolie Records
Audio CD (21 January, 1997)
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Asin: B0000001L7
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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The idea that recordings exist of bluesy, intense gospel fueled by and starring the electric steel guitar might strike one as strange. But that very thing has transpired for decades in the Jewel and Keith Dominions of the Church of the Living God, and, as this mid-'90s recording demonstrates, the results are brilliant. Sonny Treadway displays the agile virtuosity of Chet Atkins on "At the Cross" and Glenn Lee's mournful, nimble, dulcet licks on "Call Him by His Name" recall B.B. King at his fiercest. However, such facile comparisons really do a disservice to this vital sound; none of this music really resembles anything else. Particular highlights of this satisfying set's 20 tracks are the 3 sublime contributions by Willie Eason. The elderly Eason may not display the liquid bravado of others here, but his songs possess unbounded soul. His original composition "Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Poor Man's Friend" is a wonderful example of both topical material and eulogy in gospel music. His songs are sung in a baritone, preach-singing style and the playing juxtaposes strummed chords with eerie, long, looping notes that seem to hang in the air forever. The section of live religious services by Treadway, Henry Nelson, and Aubrey Ghent are stomping fun at its most sanctified. Treadway's "This Is a Holy Church" even approaches the unbridled Holy Ghost stomp of street musician Rev. Louis Overstreet. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Truth Shall Set You Free!
Mention the steel guitar and most likely you will get images of the Hapa Haole music of Hawaii in the 30s, or the twangy sounds of hard country. But there's another side of the steel guitar, one that is not as well known, but is perhaps one of the most amazing roots traditions still alive in this country, the black Pentecostal tradition of the pedal and laptopsteel guitar. 5-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating, unique music
A thoroughly captivating collection of one of the most obscure offshoots of the blues/gospel music axis, this disc collects 20 tracks of African-American gospel music as performed on electric steel guitars.The liner notes trace the style back to the 1930s, when steel guitars came into vogue; the performances are by a handful of contemporary performers who come from a Pentecostal church in Florida, where the tradition is still very much alive.Blues, R&B and gospel have always had an interesting Saturday night/Sunday morning interrelationship, and these recordings inject a distinctive "white" country flavor into that mix.This is one of Arhoolie's biggest-selling and best receivedreleases in recent years and when you check it out,you'll understand why.Cool stuff.(There have also been several follow-ups and solo albums featuring the same artists on here, but this is the disc that, to me, seems most magical.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Spiritual Sincerity
I grew up in North Florida and the sounds and faith behind the words of this beautiful album are a revelation and a confirmation both. NPR uses bits of it as bridge music on their "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition." I think it is because of the essential purity and sweetness of the music. "Little Church on the Hill" is something celestial. It evokes heaven, a place that exists only in time, not on a map. I don't listen to this every day, it is too good for that. I just listen to it in moments, and those moments, like this collection, are too lovely to convey. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 30's    2. Blues Music    3. Blues Traditional Collections    4. Blues-Rock    5. Country Gospel    6. Gospel    7. Pop    8. Traditional Country    9. Traditional Gospel    10. V/a Compilations   


133. Sowin' Love
Audio CD (12 May, 1989)
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Asin: B000008J77
Sales Rank: 49486
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Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Country Gospel    5. Country-Pop   


134. No Depression: What It Sounds Like, Vol. 1
by Dualtone Music Group
Audio CD (09 March, 2004)
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Asin: B0001BS44C
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
As someone who grew up in the 70's and 80's, I was turned off country by the Conway Twitty/Ronnie Milsap style cheese that dominated country radio.Unfortunately, country radio has not improved at all since then.Today, all that seems to distinguish "country" from the prepackaged music played by pop and rock stations is a little twangy Southern flavoring (as opposed to the hip-hop flavoring that makes today's pop-rock "edgy"), as well as artists for whom cowboy hats are apparently a part of their anatomy.5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant alt.country musical essay
After nine years of writing about music, the editors of "No Depression" have cut out the wordy indirections with this thirteen track essay on alternative country music. No doubt they've been pieced together compilations like this for friends, but now those outside the immediate circle now get to share in their obsession. This thirteen track collection has the breadth needed to stake out a genre as hazy as "No Depression." There are founders (The Carter Family) and legends (Johnny Cash, Doug Sahm, Emmylou Harris), alt.country darlings (Whiskeytown, Robbie Fulks, Alejandro Escovedo, Lucinda Williams) and artists from the various spokes of the alt.country umbrella. And as if that weren't enough, there are frictional sparks thrown off by several surprising collaborations.Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Country    2. Country Collections    3. Country Gospel    4. Country-Pop    5. Cowboy    6. Pop    7. Rock    8. Rock & Roll    9. Rockabilly    10. Singer/Songwriter    11. Traditional Country    12. V/A Compilations   


135. Simple Man
Audio CD (04 October, 1989)
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Asin: B0000026V4
Sales Rank: 50586
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars I like "Simple Man"
I was in college when "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" became a hit for the Charlie Daniels Band and Million Mile Reflections, the album that contained that song, went platinum.Million Mile Reflections is a classic, but I think Simple Man comes close.The title song is one of Charlie Daniels' classic Southern anthems, and he and his CDB bandmates rock out elsewhere on the record.The opening song "What This World Needs Is A Few More Rednecks", like "Simple Man", is a good old Southern country rocking song from Charlie, as is the toe-tapping song "Oh Atlanta", where Charlie showcases some of his fine fiddle work.The bluesy concluding number "It's My Life" is also a strong song.Furthermore, Charlie is a strong ballad singer."Was It 26", "Midnight Wind", "Saturday Night Down South", "Old Rock 'N Roller", and "Mr. DJ" are all great ballads by Charlie and his CDB bandmates.If there's a weak link on Simple Man, I think it's "Play Me Some Fiddle"."Play Me Some Fiddle" is an OK song, but I don't think it's as good as Charlie's other fiddle anthems--"Texas", "The South's Gonna Do It", "Ragin' Cajun" and the aforementioned "The Devil Went Down To Georgia"."Play Me Some Fiddle" is too long(almost five minutes) and the story line--a bar patron gets into a fight which the cops break up--has literally been done to death in other songs.Even "Oh Atlanta", this record's other fiddle tune, is better than "Play Me Some Fiddle", at least in my opinion.Still, I think Charlie put together one solid album in Simple Man.I like this record, and I think anybody who likes the Charlie Daniels Band should have Simple Man in his collection.

4-0 out of 5 stars Still Going Strong
Another very good CD from Charlie Daniels.From the opening track of "A Few More Rednecks" to the final notes of "It's My Life" there are no weak songs here.5-0 out of 5 stars Great songs for the common man
I have a CD rack that is under my monitor.This CD is right there so that it is easy for me to get at.Being a blue collar worker all my life, these songs are about values that I hold dear.I never get tired of this CD and can put it on replay without any problems.When I find that the way that the world is going, this CD is one of the ones that help me realize that the values I hold dear are still important.I find this CD to be one that I would recommend to anyone to have in their collection, no matter what their musical tastes are. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country Gospel    3. Country-Rock    4. Pop    5. Popular Music    6. Southern Rock    7. Traditional Country    8. Urban Cowboy   


136. Unbearable Love
by Triloka Records
Audio CD (19 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005UKMC
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reprising the trio harmony of Walela's debut, vocalist Rita Coolidge is joined by both her sister Pricilla and her niece, Laura Satterfield. The group leans further into their easy blend of Native gospel pop, venturing into a deep country soul a capella in places, most successfully on the first cut, "Gathering of Eagles." "I Have No Indian Name" employs some nice fiddling, and elsewhere banjo, pump organ, and piano serve to accent primitive percussion. The Robbie Robertson Native-rock influence is heard on several of the moodier arrangements, such as "I Know I Don't Walk on Water" and the "When It Comes." Strongest of all, "Cherokee Rose" is a powerful anthem and sister to the title cut on Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt's Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Unbearable songs...
These ladies have some great harmonies and melodies. But the Native American aspect here is overhyped. Its a shame that Rita Coolidge resorts to using her Indian heritage to try to revive her dying career. The album is mediocre. If you're looking for music by Native women that has a lot more strength and originality, check out the trio, Ulali, whom "Walela" has tried hard to copy...but failed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Strictly New Age Christian
This is beautiful New Age, Christian music sung by women who are exploiting their Cherokee ancestry. This is nice music if you're a New Ager, a Christian, or a Christian Cherokee. But if you are a Cherokee who holds the traditional Cherokee beliefs dear, you might find this music downright insulting.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
I purchased this CD thinking it was a follow up to the first. Wrong.I love love love the first CD.I've been listening to it daily for over a month now and have turned others on to it as well.However, this CD just does not have the Native American flavor I was looking for. There's no magic. I am still listening to it, but thespiritual high I get from the first CD is definitely not present on one. All in all Rita Coolidge is still one of my favorite vocalists. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Country-Folk    3. Ethnic Fusion    4. Int'l & World Music    5. International Folk    6. Native American    7. New Age    8. Pop    9. Singer/Songwriter    10. World Music   


137. Now & Then
by Arista
Audio CD (22 May, 1992)
list price: $11.98
Asin: B000002VLV
Sales Rank: 100478
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD--Not one weak track!
With a mix of ballads and high-energy tracks, this CD has everything you want.I bought the CD for "Take It Like A Man", but haven't been disappointed in any song.Michelle Wright has great range and really poursher heart into every song she sings. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Country-Pop    5. Pop   


138. Old Time Hymns, Vol. 1
by Copperfield
Audio CD (01 March, 2005)
list price: $10.98 -- our price: $10.98
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Asin: B0007OY3LG
Sales Rank: 70076
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Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Gospel    3. Pop    4. Southern Gospel    5. Traditional Country   


139. He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley
by Spring House Music G
Audio CD (27 February, 2003)
list price: $24.95
Asin: B00003XACL
Sales Rank: 146663
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Subjects:  1. Country Gospel    2. Gospel/Christian Music    3. Hymns    4. Inspirational    5. Pop/Rock    6. Southern Gospel    7. Traditional Gospel   


140. A Lifetime in the Making
by Ceili Music
Audio CD (28 August, 2001)
list price: $16.98 -- our price: $16.98
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Asin: B00004UENH
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Whenever the Whites--father Buck White (on vocals, mandolin, and piano) and daughters Sharon (vocals and rhythm guitar) and Cheryl (vocals and bass)--blend their voices, the resulting harmonies are not only seamless and thrilling but as warm and reassuring as a favorite pair of slippers. As always, the foundation for these precise, yet down-home harmonies is built on Texas-born Buck White's delightfully eclectic blend of bluegrass, gospel, honky-tonk, and swing sensibilities. Daddy White's masterful picking and his daughters' rock-steady accompaniment are augmented by an all-star supporting cast including guitarist Bryan Sutton, fiddler Aubrey Haynie, and the subtle, understated brushes of drummer Kenny Malone. The Whites' old friend Emmylou Harris lends a vocal assist on their lovely revival of Mother Maybelle Carter's "Fair and Tender Ladies." Whether it's a stirring gospel tune, a sprightly swing number, a haunting, Western-flavored ballad, or a rousing instrumental, the Whites cover all their stylistic bases with warm, superb mastery. Read more

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great piece of work.
I have followed The White from the early 80's, even before Sharon White married Ricky Skaggs (my all-time favorite bluegrass/country performer).The Whites have that amazing familial ability to harmonize perfectly. Sharon and Cheryl both have outstanding voices which only grow richer and more comfortable over the years.Buck still has it what it takes, and plays the piano and mandolin as well as ever.While, I thought this album would be more of a bluegrass nature, it has a style all it's own, not quite pure country, not quite bluegrass, some folksy stuff thrown in.I love it.It is absolutely a tremendous collection of music.A must for anyone who like the White's style of harmonizing.From the very first cut to the very last, you will stay with this CD, it will make you smile.

5-0 out of 5 stars Foot Stomping and Uplifting...Takes me back to another time
Introduced to The Whites through the "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou" movie and subsequent CD, I had the opportunity to thoroughly enjoy The Whites in concert twice in the last year. This CD is such a lovely combination of strong harmonies, foot-stomping vocals and numerous instruments completely and masterfully performed by Daddy Buck, Sharon and Cheryl.My favorite tune on the CD is track #10 - Jesus is the Missing Piece.I must have listened to it several hundred times and everytime I do, it's as if it is the first.Very inspirational, wonderfully written, and such an upbeat melody.Can't say enough positive things about this music.Can't wait for something new from them and to see The Whites again.

5-0 out of 5 stars "crazy over, The Whites singing style"
Ceili Music presents, The Whites latest recording "A Lifetime in theMaking", from laid-back to jazzy-swing rhythm, this trio is "PureAmericana".Read more

Subjects:  1. Bluegrass    2. Contemporary Gospel    3. Country    4. Country Gospel    5. Inspirational    6. Pop    7. Southern Gospel   


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