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Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen - Country Rockers Vol. 2 (2012)

29-05-2015, 19:38
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen - Country Rockers Vol. 2 (2012)

Artist: Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
Title Of Album: Country Rockers Vol. 2
Year Of Release: 2012
Genre: Blues, Country, Southern Rock
Label: Drew's Entertainment
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 57:20
Total Size: 137 MB
Covers: Front

01. Ain't Nothing Shaking But The Leaves On The Trees (Re-Recorded Version) (3:20)
02. Get It (Live Version) (3:25)
03. I Took Three Bennies And My Semi Truck Won't Start (Live Version) (2:45)
04. Mama Cried (Live Version) (2:54)
05. Real Gone (Re-Recorded Version) (3:07)
06. Take Me Back To Tulsa (Live Version) (3:35)
07. Wine Wine Wine (Live Version) (2:56)
08. Sea Cruise (Re-Recorded Version) (3:09)
09. Keys To My Cadillac (Re-Recorded Version) (2:51)
10. Blue Suede Shoes (Live Version) (2:45)
11. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar (Re-Recorded Version) (2:23)
12. Milk Cow Blues (Live Version) (5:25)
13. What Made Milwaukee Famous (Live Version) (2:25)
14. Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette (Live Version) (4:00)
15. Hey Hey Hey (Live Version) (3:12)
16. Last Ring Of Fire (Re-Recorded Version) (2:21)
17. Down And Out (Live Version) (3:36)
18. Good Morning Judge (Re-Recorded Version) (3:01)

Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen were equally adept at stripped-down basic rock & roll, R&B, and gritty country-rock. Commander Cody's country-rock rocked harder than the Eagles or Poco — essentially, the group was a bar band. Much like English pub rock bands like Brinsley Schwarz and Ducks Deluxe, Commander Cody resisted the overblown and bombastic trends of early-'70s rock, preferring a basic no-frills approach. Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen never had the impact of the British pub rockers, yet their straightforward energy gave their records a distinguishing drive; they could play country, Western swing, rockabilly, and R&B, and it all sounded convincing.

The group originally formed in 1967 in Ann Arbor, MI. The original lineup included Commander Cody himself (born George Frayne IV; piano), John Tichy (lead guitar), Steve Schwartz (guitar), Steve Davis (aka the West Virginia Creeper; bass), and Ralph Mallory (drums). When the group relocated to San Francisco the following year, only Frayne, Bolton, and Tichy made the move; the group's membership had been bolstered to include Billy C. Farlow (vocals, harp), Andy Stein (fiddle, saxophone), guitarist Billy Kirchen, bassist "Buffalo" Bruce Barlow, and drummer Lance Dickerson for their 1971 debut album, Lost in the Ozone.

The following year the group scored a fluke Top Ten hit with "Hot Rod Lincoln," taken from their first album, Lost in the Ozone. Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen were never able to capitalize on the single's success, partially because their albums never completely captured their live energy. They continued to release albums until Tichy left the band in 1976. Commander Cody released his first solo album, Midnight Man, in 1977, then he re-formed the group as the Commander Cody Band. The group recorded three albums between 1977 and 1980. In 2009, after a 23-year hiatus, Commander Cody returned to the studio for Dopers, Drunks and Everyday Losers, a collection of new songs and classics from the Cody catalog.

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