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|Rossington Collins Band||Primary Artist|
|Allen Collins||Guitar, Rhythm Guitar|
|Gary Rossington||Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar|
|Barry Harwood||Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Slide Guitar|
|Derek Hess||Percussion, Drums|
|Allen Collins||Composer, Producer|
|Rossington Collins Band||Producer|
|Gary Rossington||Composer, Producer|
|John Tobler||Liner Notes|
|George Osaki||Art Direction|
|Mike McCarty||Art Direction, Illustrations|
|Barry Harwood||Composer, Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
After the Rossington-Collins Band breakup, this was Gary Rossington's next project. With wife Dale on vocals and some new guys (many who appear on the MCA ''Love Your Man'' and later incarnations of Skynyrd), they signed to Atlantic for a one shot deal resulting in this 1986 release. This is a good album, though it might sound dated by todays standards with use of synthesizers and saxophones. It's not as southern as it attempts to be more mainstream for the time, much like Johnny's Geffen album Van-Zant the year before, and like that album saw no commercial success. Untill this issue your best bet was vinyl, original CD's are very rare and fetch big prices at online auction sites. Turn It Up is a strong opening; the title cut smokes, and there's no song that sounds like a filler.. they may not have been standouts at the time, but the album has a good sound and is all 1st rate. If you're a Skynyrd or R-C-B fan you'll enjoy this one.
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