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Atlanta Rhythm Section

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Atlanta Rhythm Section: Third Annual Pipe Dream (Polydor PD 6027)

Review by Bruce Malamut, Crawdaddy!, November 1974

A COMBINATION of inventive writing and consummate musicianship like this hasn't been heard from out of the South since the Allman's Idlewild South (still unsurpassed ...

The South Gon' Rise Again

Overview by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 18 January 1975

"Oh yeah, who says?" asks a sceptical ROY CARR who, after swigging hard on the Confederacy's brew of Redneck Rebel Rock, remains stubbornly unintoxicated. ...

Southern Rock: Gone With The Trend

Report and Interview by John Swenson, Crawdaddy!, July 1975

Al Kooper may not give a damn, but with Lynyrd Skynyrd hot and the Atlanta Rhythm Section burnin', Southern Music is rising again. ...

Baby You Can't Drive My Car

Interview by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 30 April 1977

THE ATLANTA RHYTHM SECTION don't really get on well enough to travel in the same vehicle. There's a personality clash between the sober, introspective section ...

Atlanta Rhythm Section: Back to the Classics

Report and Interview by John Swenson, Rolling Stone, 2 June 1977

BOSTON — THREE months ago the Atlanta Rhythm Section had reached the nadir of their career. After making five good albums that sold only sporadically ...

Atlanta Rhythm Section

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

Barry Bailey, b. 12 June 1948, Decatur, Georgia, USA; Paul Goddard, b. 23 June 1945, Rome, Georgia; J. R. Cobb, b. 5 February 1944, Birmingham, ...


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