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Alabama: My Home's in Alabama/Feels So Right

Track List

>My Home's in Alabama
>Hanging Up My Travelin' Shoes
>Why Lady Why
>Getting Over You
>I Wanna Come Over
>Tennessee River
>Some Other Place, Some Other Time
>Can't Forget About You
>Get It While It's Hot
>Keep on Dreamin'
>Feels So Right
>Love in the First Degree
>Burn Georgia Burn
>Ride the Train
>Old Flame
>Woman Back Home
>See the Embers, Feel the Flame
>I'm Stoned

Album Notes

Personnel: Billy Reynolds (guitar, background vocals); David Smith (bass guitar); Jeff Cook (vocals, guitar, fiddle, keyboards); Teddy Gentry (vocals, bass guitar); Mark Herndon (vocals, drums); Randy Owen (vocals); Jack Eubanks, Leo Jackson (guitar, acoustic guitar); Fred Newell (guitar); Sonny Garrish (steel guitar); The Wire Choir (strings); Little Willie Rainsford (keyboards); David Humphreys (drums).

Liner Note Author: Alan Cackett.

Recording information: Nashville (1979-1980).

Hux's 2012 two-fer pairs Alabama's first two albums: 1980's My Home's in Alabama and its 1981 successor, Feels So Right. Both are clean, assured articulations of Alabama's streamlined outlaw country-rock, a variation where the hooks are bigger and poppier than the gutsy rock version of the '70s. My Home's in Alabama had hits in its title track and "Tennessee River," and Feels So Right, which feels more cohesive than the debut, had "Feels So Right," "Love in the First Degree," and "Old Flame." Not too long after these albums the hits started to get bigger for Alabama, but the roots of the band's success are readily apparent here on this fine two-fer. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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