The 25 Year Collection, Vol. 1

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All Music Guide - Rick Cohoon
How do you sum up a quarter century of history making music? The Bellamy Brothers succeed in doing just that in a 25-year celebration of the hits they have given the world. The 25 Year Collection, Vol. 1 is the first in a two-part release for Howard and David Bellamy. Listening to the album is a digitally enhanced stroll through the past. Modern recording and re-mastering technology is used to produce a crisper sound on Bellamy classics such as "Let Your Love Flow," "Old Hippie," "Crazy From the Heart," and "Sugar Daddy." In a refreshing change from many greatest-hits collections, the Bellamys include three live cuts: "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Rick Cohoon
How do you sum up a quarter century of history making music? The Bellamy Brothers succeed in doing just that in a 25-year celebration of the hits they have given the world. The 25 Year Collection, Vol. 1 is the first in a two-part release for Howard and David Bellamy. Listening to the album is a digitally enhanced stroll through the past. Modern recording and re-mastering technology is used to produce a crisper sound on Bellamy classics such as "Let Your Love Flow," "Old Hippie," "Crazy From the Heart," and "Sugar Daddy." In a refreshing change from many greatest-hits collections, the Bellamys include three live cuts: "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me," featuring an outstanding guitar solo; "I Could Be Persuaded"; and "Redneck Girl," which effectively closes the album on an upbeat note. With its retrospective photo montage insert, the Bellamy Brothers' 25 Year Collection, Vol. 1 is sure to stir memories from the days when traditional country music first began its merge with mainstream light rock.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/29/2003
  • Label: Bellamy Brothers
  • UPC: 804857700225
  • Catalog Number: 7002
  • Sales rank: 39,145

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Bellamy Brothers Primary Artist
David Bellamy Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Howard Bellamy Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Garland Craft Keyboards
Wally Dentz Bass, Harmonica
Daniel Jones Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar
Jamie Oldaker Percussion, Drums
Wendy Pederson Background Vocals
Juan Perez Percussion
Rita Quintero Background Vocals
Walt Richmond Keyboards
George Terry Bass, Guitar, Cello
Ron Taylor Keyboards
Randy Hiebert Bass, Guitar
Tony Hajacos Drums
Alan Klingaman Keyboards, Saxophone
Technical Credits
The Bellamy Brothers Producer
Larry Williams Composer
David Bellamy Songwriter, Producer
Howard Bellamy Songwriter, Producer
Ed Seay Producer
Ralph Siegel Producer
George Terry Producer, Engineer, Remastering
Ron Taylor Engineer
Don Schlitz Composer
The Corporation Composer
Larry E. Williams Composer
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