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High Lonesome by Charlie Daniels

Album

High Lonesome

Charlie Daniels

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Album

High Lonesome

Charlie Daniels

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Label: EPIC/NASHVILLE
The beauty of Charlie Daniels' 1976 album High Lonesome is that, while it showcases the kind of nuanced storytelling that made "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" such a hit (in songs such as "Billy the Kid" and "Running With the Crowd), it also shines a light -- a surprising one -- on other aspects of the Charlie Daniels Band. "Roll Mississippi," for example, is a dirty swamp romp that puts most so-called Southern rock to shame, while "Slow Song" is a romantic, slow-burning honky-tonk scorcher.

About This Album

The beauty of Charlie Daniels' 1976 album High Lonesome is that, while it showcases the kind of nuanced storytelling that made "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" such a hit (in songs such as "Billy the Kid" and "Running With the Crowd), it also shines a light -- a surprising one -- on other aspects of the Charlie Daniels Band. "Roll Mississippi," for example, is a dirty swamp romp that puts most so-called Southern rock to shame, while "Slow Song" is a romantic, slow-burning honky-tonk scorcher.

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About This Album

The beauty of Charlie Daniels' 1976 album High Lonesome is that, while it showcases the kind of nuanced storytelling that made "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" such a hit (in songs such as "Billy the Kid" and "Running With the Crowd), it also shines a light -- a surprising one -- on other aspects of the Charlie Daniels Band. "Roll Mississippi," for example, is a dirty swamp romp that puts most so-called Southern rock to shame, while "Slow Song" is a romantic, slow-burning honky-tonk scorcher.