Feels so Right (Remaster) Alabama
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- 1Feels So Right03:32
- 2Love in the First Degree03:16
- 3Burn Georgia Burn03:26
- 4Ride the Train03:38
- 7Old Flame03:10
- 8Woman Back Home02:23
- 9See the Embers, Feel the Flame02:38
- 10I'm Stoned05:00
Info for Feels so Right (Remaster)
Arguably the 800-pound gorilla of country prior to the arrival of Garth Brooks and Travis Tritt in the early '90s, Alabama blends Southern rock and radio-friendly pop with traditional country and bluegrass. The group's sophomore release „Feels so Right“ is typical of the period in country music when smooth, slick production was beginning to take hold.
A streamlined, pop inflected album, „Feels so Right“ is full of hook laden, lyrically unswerving songs about love and heartache. This is Alabama at its best.
„On Alabama's second album, Feels So Right, you can hear the band becoming comfortable with their sound and finding their niche. Unlike their first release, My Home's in Alabama, they don't sound like they're testing out various tempos, selections, and styles. This session has a flowing consistency which resulted in three hit singles: the mellow pop of 'Feels So Right' and 'Love in the First Degree,' along with traditional country on 'Old Flame.“ (Al Campbell, AMG)
Randy Owen, lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Jeff Cook, vocals, lead guitar
Teddy Gentry, vocals, bass
Mark Herndon, drums
Jack Eubanks, guitars
David Humphreys, drums
Leo Jackson, guitar
Fred Newell, guitar
Willie Rainsford, keyboards
Billy Reynolds, guitars, backing vocals
David Smith, bass
Kristin Wilkinson, strings arrangement
Recorded 1980/81 at The Music Mill, Nashville, Tennessee
Engineered by Jim Cotton, Gene Rice, Harold Shedd
Mastering by Randy Kling
Produced by Alabama, Larry McBride, Harold Shedd
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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