Blackberry Smoke - Bad Luck Ain´t No Crime

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Track Listing
1. Testify
2. Sanctified
3. Another Chance
4. Nothin' For You
5. Normaltown
6. Train Rollin'
7. Angeline
8. Sure Was Good
9. Scare The Devil (live)
10. Muscadine (live)
11 - Freeborn Man (live)

Charlie Starr - guitar & vocals
Paul Jackson - guitar & vocals
Richard Turner - bass & vocals
Brit Turner - drums

Those four guys are the best Southern Hard Rock band has come out of USA since Raging Slab. Forget the new southern pussies like My Morning Jacket, Kings of Leon etc. Drive By Truckers and Blackberry Smoke are keeping the southern spirit alive. Eleven songs that are full of moonshine, heavy, raunchy riffs and southern mood. Imagine Lynyrd Skynyrd jamming with Georgia Sattelites and Molly Hatchet rehearsing in the next studio. Pure mayhem the southern way, that sends pussies like Phil Anselmo bury their ugly heads in the sand .These guys rock major and I am sure they will soon find a decent label to release this record, which has a very good production by Jesse Dupree of Jackal fame. Twin guitar hell and a cracking cover of Georgia Sattelites’ “Another Chance” make this the southern rock album of the year. Thank god the South has never died, dot let them get buried like the Four Horsemen did, its up to you.

pwd: eadgbe
Really strong album.
Thank you!
Yeap, it is hard to find a good southern hard rock album these days. The description sounds good. I will give it a try. Thanx for the share.
reup to mediafire, please please please sad.gif
Очень классный альбом!!! Вперед, Конфедерация!!!!

Amazing album!!!
can't someone reup? mediafire or ifolder

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Release Info

Blackberry Smoke - Little Piece Of Dixie

Artist: Blackberry Smoke
Title: Little Piece Of Dixie
Label: Big Karma
Store Date: 000-00-0000
Genre: Southern Rock
Encoder: Lame 3.97 / -V2 --vbr-new
Size: 68.1 MB

Release Notes:
Country music s mainstream has seen its fair share of southern
rock influenced acts lately, but there always seems to be
something missing. While said bands are influenced by the 70 s era
of southern rock they still all sound very much like today s
country music. Atlanta s Blackberry Smoke may be the band to right
the ship and bring back the true spirit of an era as they proudly
display on their sophomore album Little Piece of Dixie. This is
pure southern rock played the way it should be played as they
quickly show you on the rockin Good One Comin On, followed by
the gritty guitar riff heavy Like I Am, which will instantly
have you drawing comparisons to the likes of .38 Special and
Lynyrd Skynyrd. The guitars are used up front and prominently to
hammer home the songs as they show throughout the album with cuts
like Sanctified Woman, I d Be Lyin , Restless, and Shake
Your Magnolia, all which lean on the rockin in your face guitar
riffs. They do take a moment to display their softer side as well
with tracks like Prayer For The Little Man, which relies on
acoustic instrumentation to subtly play along as the vocals and
lyrics about being away from the ones you love take center
stage.Where most bands today claim influence to the past
Blackberry Smoke lives and breathes is. This is a band and an
album you can put on that will have you thinking you just
discovered a lost treasure from the 70 s. It s gritty, it s raw
it s southern rock as you remember it being played!.

Track Listing:
01 - Good One Coming On 03:41
02 - Like I Am 04:34
03 - Bottom Of This 03:41
04 - Up In Smoke 03:30
05 - Sanctified Woman 03:31
06 - Who Invented The Wheel 03:42
07 - I'd Be Lyin' 03:47
08 - Prayer For The Little Man 04:17
09 - Restless 03:30
10 - Shake Your Magnolia 03:58
11 - Freedom Song 05:24
43:35 min

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Artist: Blackberry Smoke
Title: Bad Luck Ain't No Crime
Released: 2003
Style: Southern Rock
Quality: CBR320 Kbps
Total Size: 118,91 MB

3.Another Chance
4.Nothin for You
6.Train Rollin'
8.Sure Was Good
9.Scare the Devil (live)
10.Muscadine (live)
11.Freeborn Man (live)
12.Scare the Devil Otta You (bonus)
13.Memphis special (bonus)
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Artist: Blackberry Smoke
Album: the Whippoorwill
Bitrate: 256kbps avg
Quality: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.98.4 / -V0 / 44.100Khz
Label: Southern Ground
Genre: Country
Size: 105.34 megs
PlayTime: 0h 54min 31sec total
Rip Date: 2012-09-06
Store Date: 2012-08-14

Track List:
01. Six Ways to Sunday 3:27
02. Pretty Little Lie 3:34
03. Everybody Knows She's Mine 3:49
04. One Horse Town 4:16
05. Ain't Much Left of Me 4:58
06. The Whippoorwill 5:31
07. Lucky Seven 4:17
08. Leave a Scar 3:34
09. Crimson Moon 4:00
10. Ain't Got the Blues 4:04
11. Sleeping Dogs 3:23
12. Shakin' Hands with the Holy 3:45
13. Up the Road 5:53

Release Notes:
My first encounter with Atlanta’s Blackberry Smoke – Charlie Starr on Lead
Vocals, Guitar, Richard Turner on Bass, Vocals, Brit Turner on Drums, Paul
Jackson on Guitar, Vocals and Brandon Still on Keyboards – was seeing them open
two shows for ZZ Top at the Beacon theater. The neo-Grecian Beacon was
originally a deluxe movie place designed Chicago architect Walter W. Ahlschlager
of Chicago and , since 1989, most famously the home for the Allman Brothers
yearly New York City spring residency.

Both shows were great,as a Texan I am obligated to see all ZZ Top shows in a 50
mile radius, and Blackberry Smoke easily won over a crowd in the unenviable spot
opening for a legendary band. The band won the crowd by performing their
no-frills brand of Southern rock, that rowdier sibling to the Progressive
Country movement. The blend of blues, country rock, r&b, rock, southern soul and
gospel forged by pioneers like The Allmans, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Black Oak
Arkansas and others provided a rich terrain for the band to work.

Newly released The Whippoorwill, their third studio album and first for Zac
Brown’s independent label Southern Ground, proves the quintet has 12 years of
road-honed musical contributions to the cause. This is made clear by the brash
opener “Six Ways To Sunday” continues that tradition. Fueled by a Still ‘s
barrell house piano, and fuzz guitar boogie and blue-collar come-ons like “I’m
chasing my tail, and a couple other ones too” cements the song as a staple of
their live performance from years to come.

“Pretty Little Lie” and “Everybody Knows She’s Mine” are excellent romps on
romantic denial and celebration respectfully. Both songs deftly fuse country and
rock so organically and soulfully that they stand, not only as great songs, but
as sharp contrasts to Music City’s recent pathetic attempts to create the same

“One Horse Town” leans toward folk before kicking into a rock groove detailing
the isolation of rural living. The same quiet opening lures you into Ain’t Much
Left Of Me” as the big rock sound sweeps you up. The title cut is a choice slice
of Southern soul that stretches out like a country road baking in the Summer

“Leave A Scar” is a pure piss. vinegar and whiskey rave-up offering a less than
PC refrain of “When I die put my bones in the Dixie dirt” and “I may not change
the word but I’m gonna leave a scar.” Kinder and gentler this aint’.

Southern rock continues to be maligned in the current genteel musical landscape.
More for, I feel, cultural baggage rather than musical merit. The celebration of
Southern history, culture celebrated sincerely without a a wink and a smirk
pitiable strikes some as fodder for knuckle-draggers. In the end Blackberry
Smoke makes great, well played, music loyal to tradition, to to thier fans.
They’d sure prefer you to enjoy it, but if you don’t I’m sure they give a good

While other contemporary bands, Like the Drive-By Truckers, use Southern rock as
an element of expression; at the first whiff of commercial acceptance they
jettison the style like an old pair of overalls to court their new-found
demographic thus losing their soul and much of their base.

It’s great to hear this level of love and joy Blackberry Smoke brings to their
music, a style that is obviously not a marketing contrivance. The album has just
been officially released but has been available at their live shows for some
time as a reward to their long-time fans. As Starr says “There is no way on
God’s green earth that we are not going to put this in the hands of people who
have spent their money night in and night out when we’re out doing shows. If
we’ve got it, they are going to get it. I’d give them away, I don’t care. I
didn’t want to make them wait another six months. They’ve been there for us, and
we wanted them to have the music first.”

This, ladies and gentleman, is the real deal.

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Blackberry Smoke - Ain't Much Left Of Me - Southern Ground Studios (Acoustic)

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Artist: Blackberry Smoke
Album: Holding All The Roses
Bitrate: 258kbps avg
Quality: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.98.4 / -V0 / 44.100Khz
Label: Earache
Genre: Southern Rock
Size: 80.31 megs
PlayTime: 0h 40min 40sec total
Rip Date: 2015-02-05
Store Date: 2015-02-06

Track List:
01. Let Me Help You (Find The Door) 3:03
02. Holding All The Roses 3:17
03. Living In The Song 3:24
04. Rock And Roll Again 2:50
05. Woman In The Moon 4:39
06. Too High 3:11
07. Wish In One Hand 3:10
08. Randolph County Farewell 1:17
09. Payback's A Bitch 4:19
10. Lay It All On Me 3:09
11. No Way Back To Eden 4:35
12. Fire In The Hole 3:46

Release Notes:
The rise of Blackberry Smoke, a hard-working, heavy-riffing quintet of
southern-fried road monsters, hasn’t exactly been meteoric.

For the past 14-plus years, the Atlanta-based rockers have been enjoying what
frontman Charlie Starr calls a “slow build,” playing more than 250 shows a year,
touring with ZZ Top, releasing a handful of studio and live discs and, most
importantly, forging a legion of rabid fans.

Although their last album, 2012’s The Whippoorwill, helped launch them into the
role of southern rock’s newest hirsute ambassadors, their upcoming effort,
Holding All the Roses (due in February via Rounder Records), holds the promise
of upping the ante.

The 12-song set, which was produced by fellow Atlanta native Brendan O’Brien
[AC/DC, Neil Young], is packed with crunchy back-porch grooves, greasy riffs,
snarling guitar tones and simply irresistible hooks.

“This record gives the listener a lot to more to listen to,” says Starr, the
band’s chief songwriter, singer and guitarist. “There’s nothing wrong with a
meat-and-potatoes record like The Whippoorwill, but this time we put a lot more
into the pie. Some people might think that means it sounds overproduced, but
then I guess it is, because we produced more.”

Besides Starr’s main ax, a 1956 Gibson Les Paul Jr., the Holding All the Roses
gear pile includes Starr’s Gibson Music City Jr. with B-Bender, which can be
heard on “Fire in the Hole,” a host of vintage Fender and Marshall amps and
several by Greg Germino of North Carolina that were built in the style of
Sixties Plexi amps.

For Starr, who shares six-string duties with Paul Jackson, it’s all about the

“I’m a guitar player first, so the songs are always riff-oriented. That part is
usually already done, so it’s a tall job for Paul to find a part that
complements the riff. Sometimes he and I sit down and work on the whole
Allmans-style ‘weaving’ thing, trying to find that guitar magic.”
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Anybody have the US-BestBuy version or any of the Euro/UK versions from iTunes, etc. Looking for the bonus track "Pearls". It's an excellent tune and I already bought the US-iTunes version.

Thanks in advance...fingers crossed.

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