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  • This was one of Molly Hatchest’s more popular l.p.’s from the late 70’s (1979). Certainly by the late 70’s with new wave/punk becoming popular had a major effect on southern rock. Artists such as Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, The Outlaws and Charlie Daniels were the last of the southern groups to still play dedicated southern powered rock. Lynyrd Skynyrd was no more due to the terrible plane crash that killed several members of the group. Other southern rock groups had either changed their style or had broken up. Still Molly Hatchet continued to use their three guitar attack to put out great southern rock with the help of Danny Joe Brown’s vocals. This l.p. included some great songs such as the title track, Whiskey Man, Boogie No More as well as their rendition of The Rolling Stone’s 60’s hit “It’s all over Now”! This expanded edition also includes live versions of “Flirtin’ with Disaster” as well as Molly Hatchet’s version of Cream’s live guitar driven version of “Crossroads”. All in all this is a nicely packaged edition of a great cd. REmastering is excellent and is superior to the first version of this cd which may have used second generation tapes.

    Posted on January 14, 2010