Atlanta Rhythm Section - Alien album flac
Style: Pop Rock
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Atlanta Rhythm Section is the 1972 first album by the American Southern rock band Atlanta Rhythm Section. It was originally released on the Decca label DL-75265. It was produced by Buddy Buie. The album was re-released in 1973 with Back Up Against the Wall as a double album on MCA label MCA-24114. Rodney Justo: Vocals. Barry Bailey: Acoustic and Electric Guitars. Dean Daughtry: Keyboards. Robert Nix: Drums, Percussion. Arranged by the Atlanta Rhythm Section.
Atlanta Rhythm Section - Alien. Artist: Atlanta Rhythm Section. Album: Partly Plugged, 2010. Quinella ARS' next recording was one of their best. Released in 1981, this album starts out rocking harder than the last couple had and then transitions into the great pop, with an occasional country/western influence, that the group had been refining over the last couple albums. It's another classic. The first four songs provide one of the best examples of ARS in all their glory. From the driving approach of Homesick to the musically sophisticated Quinella to the classic sound of Alien to the overdrive approach to Higher, all of the songwriting and performing skills that made ARS a classic rock and roll band are on display.
Atlanta Rhythm Section (or ARS) is an American Southern rock band, formed in 1970 by Rodney Justo (singer), Barry Bailey (guitar), Paul Goddard (bass), Dean Daughtry (keyboards), Robert Nix (drums) and . The band's current lineup consists of Daughtry and Justo, along with guitarists David Anderson and Steve Stone, bassist Justin Senker and drummer Rodger Stephan.
Atlanta Rhythm Section. The sun just went behind a cloud again Down crowded streets he walks alone He's a stranger out of place A number not a face And all day long, all day long. He's feelin' like an alien Feelin' like he don't belong Have mercy, cried the alien Help him find his way back home. The feelin' that he feels he can't explain Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, they're all the same He's lost and all alone A heart without a home Standin' like a statue in the rain.
The southern rock band Atlanta Rhythm Section charted for the last time with this song, which was written by their producer Buddy Buie along with Randy Lewis and Steve McRay. 1. Love Me Just a Little. 2. Baby no Lie. 3. All in Your Mind. 10. Another Man's Woman. 12. So into You. 13. Long Tall Sally. Album, 1980, Polydor. I Don't Want to Grow Old Alone. 4. Child of the Video Age. 5. Alien. 6. 7. Imaginary Lover. 8. I'm Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight. Do It or Die. Узнать больше.