Danny Joe Brown and the Danny Joe Brown Band

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All Music Guide - Bret Adams
One of the most puzzling moves in the history of Southern rock occurred when vocalist Danny Joe Brown left Molly Hatchet after the huge success of 1979's Flirtin' with Disaster, one of the genre's definitive albums. He released one solo album on Epic, 1981's Danny Joe Brown and the Danny Joe Brown Band. It only scraped the bottom of the charts, and he wisely rejoined Molly Hatchet by 1982. This album is of interest to Southern rock fans because it should come as no surprise that it sounds like Molly Hatchet. Like Molly Hatchet, Brown's band also featured a three-guitar attack, courtesy of Bobby Ingram, Steve Wheeler, and Kenny McVay. A couple of extra musical touches support...
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All Music Guide - Bret Adams
One of the most puzzling moves in the history of Southern rock occurred when vocalist Danny Joe Brown left Molly Hatchet after the huge success of 1979's Flirtin' with Disaster, one of the genre's definitive albums. He released one solo album on Epic, 1981's Danny Joe Brown and the Danny Joe Brown Band. It only scraped the bottom of the charts, and he wisely rejoined Molly Hatchet by 1982. This album is of interest to Southern rock fans because it should come as no surprise that it sounds like Molly Hatchet. Like Molly Hatchet, Brown's band also featured a three-guitar attack, courtesy of Bobby Ingram, Steve Wheeler, and Kenny McVay. A couple of extra musical touches support Brown's throaty growl: slide guitar riffing by Ingram and Wheeler, keyboard accents by John Galvin and harmony vocals that certainly must have been encouraged by producer/engineer Glyn Johns, a legend who'd worked with the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Eagles and Eric Clapton. The best tracks are "Sundance," "Nobody Walks on Me," "The Alamo," "Run for Your Life," and, in particular, "Edge of Sundown," a mythical guitar-driven epic springing directly from the loins of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" and the Outlaws' "Green Grass & High Tides." But that's not a bad thing. "Edge of Sundown" also plays an important role in Molly Hatchet's convoluted history. Ingram and Galvin would go on to join and lead Molly Hatchet itself keeping the band alive long after Brown retired due to poor health and an acoustic version of "Edge of Sundown" is featured on the underrated 2001 album Kingdom of XII. Danny Joe Brown and the Danny Joe Brown Band doesn't contain any earthshaking surprises, but it will reliably please Southern rock fans.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/27/2004
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • UPC: 664140738522
  • Catalog Number: 7385

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Sundance (4:19)
  2. 2 Nobody Walks on Me (3:07)
  3. 3 The Alamo (3:05)
  4. 4 Two Days Home (3:14)
  5. 5 Edge of Sundown (6:32)
  6. 6 Beggar Man (3:44)
  7. 7 Run for Your Life (3:40)
  8. 8 Hear My Song (3:13)
  9. 9 Gambler's Dream (3:32)
  10. 10 Hit the Road (4:08)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Danny Joe Brown Band Primary Artist, Vocals, Group Member
Danny Joe Brown Indexed Contributor, Bass, Vocals
John Galvin Keyboards, Vocals, Group Member
Jimmy Glenn Drums, Group Member
Bobby Ingram Guitar, Vocals, Slide Guitar, Group Member
Kenny McVay Guitar, Group Member
Buzzy Meekins Bass, Vocals
Steve Wheeler Guitar, Slide Guitar, Group Member
Technical Credits
Jon Astley Remastering
Glyn Johns Producer, Engineer
Thomas Walter Hilton Composer
Bobby Ingram Interviewer
George Marino Mastering
Kenny McVay Composer
Pat Ramsey Composer
Bruce Feagle Composer
Danny Joe Brown Band Arranger, Composer
David Bush Composer
Malcolm Dome Liner Notes
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