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Dean Dillon & Gary Stewart - Brotherly Love/Those Were The Days (2005)

14-02-2015, 09:23
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Dean Dillon & Gary Stewart - Brotherly Love/Those Were The Days (2005)

Artist: Dean Dillon & Gary Stewart
Title Of Album: Brotherly Love/Those Were The Days
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Raven
Genre: Country
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 77:11 Min
Total Size: 187 Mb | 489 Mb


01. Brotherly Love - Dillon, Stewart
02. Cold Turkey
03. You to Come Home To
04. Honky Tonk Crazy
05. Body Shop
06. Suburban Life
07. Play This Old Working Day Away
08. She Sings Amazing Grace
09. Firewater Friends
10. Let's Start a War
11. I'm into the Bottle (To Get You out of My Mind)
13. What Good Is a Heart
14. He's Number One
15. Nobody in His Right Mind (Would've Left Her)
16. Smelling Like a Rose
17. They'll Never Take Me Alive
18. Tonight One of Us Is Going out of My Mind
19. Jesus Let Me Slide
20. If You're Going Crazy (I'm Headed That Way)
21. Famous Last Words of a Fool
22. Those Were the Days
23. Misfits
24. Hard Time for Lovers
25. Living on the Ragged Edge
26. Losers and Lovers
27. Smokin' in the Rockies

This single-disc retrospective contains all the sides that Gary Stewart cut with Dean Dillon. The pair cut an uneven but thoroughly enjoyable album together entitled Brotherly Love, which was released in 1982 and produced by Jerry Bradley. It featured a woolly hodgepodge of honky tonk and rocking drinking songs that included Dillon's classic "Honky Tonk Crazy." Later in the year, after touring together, they cut a fine if criminally under-noticed mini-album called Those Were the Days. All of the tracks were co-writes between the two, and often with another collaborator. Here, "Hard Times for Lovers," and "Losers and Lovers" are weepers that work so well they seem timeless. As a bonus, Raven, being the good folks they are, added all of Dillon's hard country singles cut between 1979 and 1983. This is an excellent package, capturing a glimpse of both artists and a rare period in Nash Vegas history when it was actually adventurous.

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