Hammond's warm vocals flow over a rolling rhythm that picks up in intensity as vocal and LP interplay lead into another beautiful guitar closing.
The group's rocking tribute to the Lynyrd Skynyd band is delivered with fire. Roy Yeager's driving drumbeat propels the screaching guitars and heartfelt lyrics that document the two groups shared musical heritage and keep the flame of Southern rock burning bright.
Years of playing and improved production techniques make the presentation here an improvement on the classic original version. Hammond's vocals shine and there is again beautiful guitar interplay that winds up with an excellent solo to close the song. This classic song opens with Hammond's vocal reflections on a lost love, with musical backing that ebbs and flows.
The music then shifts into an extended instrumental jam that features tight ensemble playing and a beautiful guitar workout by Bailey. This pace slows for this classic ballad from the "old days" featuring Hammond's ponderings about a relationship gone bad over a beautiful musical background.
The group's biggest hit showcases many of the group's strengths live-a moderate tempo, great melody, clever lyrics, a beautiful vocal, solid ensemble playing and instrumental soloing that flashes brilliance. The added drive of the live version helps show how ARS had grown beyond their studio band roots to be able to put on a great live musical performance. A driving beat and tight rhythm section provide an uptempo backing for Hammond's vocal tribute to the town where ARS got Album) start and where it's a "hot time in Dixie" every night.
More great guitar soloing is featured. From the first notes it's clear this is something special. The bass and piano come through clearer than on Red Tape, and the drums help provide the backing for Hammond's yearning vocals and Bailey and Cobb's guitar breaks. This songs shows off ARS' unique tempo shifts to great effect. The song arrangement varies from but is equally powerful to Red Tape-with a little less drive but perhaps even more room LP ARS to demonstrate their outstanding musical skills-from the rapid fire and melodic guitar soloing of Bailey and J.
Cobb to Goddard's unprecedented, rapid-fire bass solo. This is ARS' Southern rock anthem, and both in beauty and musical LP matches any others. ARS' signature song about life on the road shines with this powerful live version. Hammond's singing is great, the ensemble playing is tight and the tempo ebbs and flows just like the life of a band on tour.
Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by jeffrey walshMay 26, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. LP Scranton, Pa. Only have the best of from Are the Bgo twofers any good? Location: Pittsburgh.
I don't know specifically about the twofers, but every CD version I've ever heard of A Rock and Roll Alternative was weakly mastered no bass compared to the vinyl. So I just listen to a vinyl rip I have of that album, Taras Theme - Atlanta Rhythm Section - Are You Ready (Vinyl.
George P likes this. Location: Maryland. I can't speak to the bass issues as posted above though because I don't have RnR on vinyl. Todd W. Location: Amarillo,Texas. The one I want has never been released and that was their double live "Are You Ready. Jamey KMay 26, While their musical talents had been well documented with their studio recordings, their ability to give songs a different but equally enjoyable arrangement in concert comes through clearly.
Overall, this is another classic work-a compilation of many great songs from their albums up through Champagne Jam played with great energy and skill.
The album starts off with a grand opening for a band from Atlanta-the slowing building orchestral Tara's Theme from the film "Gone With the Wind. Songs two-four are all from the album Champagne Jam and keep up the pace and the energy.
Songs five-seven go back to some of the group's earliest work-from the rocking Back Up Against the Wall to the incredible musical diversity of Angel to the ballad Conversation.
from the release " Are You Ready!"-Polydor Records- I do not own the copyright to this. Uploaded from the actual vinyl record! The Atlanta Rhythm Section - "Are You Ready" Both a tribute to ARS's popular success and a testimony to their musical abilities, the live album Are You Ready! was released in The cover images show how far the group had come-from the house band at a small studio outside Atlanta to playing to stadiums full of people. Are You Ready [Import] on CD. Digitally remastered CD edition of this live album from Southern rockers Atlanta Rhythm Section which showed the world the power that ARS could bring to a live performance. Following the band's biggest album chart success in with Champagne Jam, which was the breakthrough album for ARS, Are You Ready! Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Are You Ready! - Atlanta Rhythm Section on AllMusic - Atlanta, il en est justement question dans Are You Ready, à l'origine double live de du groupe Atlanta Rhythm Section. L'album commence donc par Tara's Theme du Film Autant En Emporte Le Vent, histoire de rappeler les origines sudistes du groupe (Doraville)/5(). A summary of the extensive Atlanta Rhythm Section discography. For more detailed information on each disc, click on the album cover or the "Get Disc Details" link (below each disc cover). The album starts off with a grand opening for a band from Atlanta-the slowing building orchestral Tara's Theme from the film "Gone With the Wind." The announcer asks the crowd "are you ready?!" and the band breaks into Sky High. Songs two-four are all from the album Champagne Jam and keep up the pace and the energy. ATLANTA RHYTHM SECTION Vinyl Records and CDs Originally Roy Orbison's backing band, the Atlanta Rhythm Section existed in the s as a more palatable blend of Southern Rock. Formed of top-shelf sessionmen, they featured a smoother and cleaner production for those frightened by Lynyrd Skynyrd's grizzliness. Polydor PD Atlanta Rhythm Section Are You Ready double LP. D1 Georgia Rhythm B4 Imaginary Lover C2 Another Man's Woman The records are in VG+ condition and the sleeve is excellent. It seems the same as Atlanta Rhythm Section - Are You Ready! but not promo Columbia Pitman pressing denoted by "56" on labels and "CP" in runout. Releases came with ARS memorabilia order form with attached addressed envelope see photos/5(8).
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