My Home's In Alabama Alabama
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- 1My Home's In Alabama08:04
- 2Hanging Up My Travelin' Shoes02:15
- 3Why Lady Why04:09
- 4Getting Over You03:13
- 5I Wanna Come Over03:51
- 6Tennessee River03:02
- 7Some Other Place, Some Other Time03:07
- 8Can't Forget About You05:37
- 9Get It While It's Hot03:00
- 10Keep On Dreamin'04:05
Info for My Home's In Alabama
Alabama was the first country music supergroup. Their total album sales topped 70 million, placing them among the top-five best-selling country music acts of all time; and among the 20 best-selling recording acts of all time in the United States.
„This is the album that introduced Alabama as one of the biggest hitmaking country/pop bands of the '80s. While the disc contains what was termed 'country-rock' at the time, this is nothing like Lynyrd Skynyrd or even Hank Williams, Jr. at his rowdiest. The closest thing to country-rock among these ten tracks is the six-minute-and-27-second title track. The earliest representation of the band's developing sound includes the ballad 'Why Lady Why' and the fiddle-heavy 'Tennessee River,' both hit singles.“ (Al Campbell, AMG)
Jeff Cook, lead guitar, keyboards, fiddle, backing vocals, lead vocals
Teddy Gentry, bass, vocals
Mark Herndon, drums, vocals
Randy Owen, lead singer, rhythm guitar
Jack Eubanks, acoustic guitar
Sonny Garrish, steel guitar
David Humphries, drums
Leo Jackson, acoustic guitar
Terry McMillan, percussion
Fred Newell, guitar
Willie Rainsford, keyboards
Billy Reynolds, guitar
David Smith, bass
The Wire Choir & Kristin Wilkinson
Recorded 1979, 1980 at Music Mill Studios-Nashville, TN
Produced by Alabama, Harold Shedd, Larry McBride
was highly regarded for its southern-style rock tunes and edgy country songs from their beginnings in the late 1960s until the band parted ways after their Farewell Tour that ended in 2004. Fortunately for the band's fans, the Alabama Revival gives them a chance to relive the glory days of this popular group by joining in as experienced tribute artists take the stage, imitating the 'Alabama' artists' every move! On your trip to Branson be sure to check out the entertaining show at the God and Country Theatre.
Enjoy your favorite Alabama hits live and on stage including, 'Song of the South,' 'The Closer You Get,' 'Love in the First Degree,' 'Tennessee River,' 'Mountain Music,' and 'Dixieland Delight.' You may hear other hits from their long list of albums including songs from My Home’s in Alabama and Feels So Right. Fans of Alabama will enjoy the unique sound of southern rock combined with traditional country music.
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