Rossington Collins Band - This Is The Way FLAC album
Title: This Is The Way
Style: Southern Rock
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This Is the Way is the second and final studio album by The Rossington Collins Band. Gotta Get It Straight" (Krantz, Powell, Rossington) – 4:43. Tashauna" (Krantz, Rossington) – 4:57. Gonna Miss It When It's Gone" (Collins, Krantz, Rossington) – 3:51. Pine Box" (Harwood) – 3:04. Fancy Ideas" (Harwood, Hess, Wilkeson) – 4:36. Don't Stop Me Now" (Krantz, Rossington) – 3:43. Seems Like Every Day" (Krantz, Rossington) – 4:30. I'm Free Today" (Harwood) – 3:24.
Both of the LPs released by this post-Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern rock outfit together on one CD, 1980's 'Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere' & 1982's 'This Is the Way'. Each was originally released on MCA. The group featured Skynyrd guitarists Gary Rossington & Allen Collins, plus female vocalist Dale Krantz. 19 tracks, including 'Don't Misunderstand Me' & 'Don't Stop Me Now'. All tracks are digitally re-mastered from the original master tapes.
Rossington Collins Band. Album This Is the Way. Tashauna Lyrics. He called himself a free bird, they pulled him from the sky He called himself a sharpshooter, by the gun he died Well, he called himself a lonely man, then he took his life But everyone of them, was one of a kind. Tashauna, Tashauna, where are you now Tashauna, Tashauna, one of a kind.
The Rossington Collins Band - Allen Collins & Gary Rossington - August 13, 1980 - Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, New York. Photo by Gordie Pynn. The Rossington Collins Band. The Rossington Collins Band Three Times As Bad From The Anytime Anyplace Anywhere Album. from the 1981 release "This Is the Way"- MCA Records. 25 September 2013 ·. Mike Sims is with Karen Weber and 3 others. 18 September 2012 ·. Happy Birthday Leon. The Rossington Collins Band - Barry Lee Harwood and Leon Wilkeson - August 13, 1980 - Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, New York.
This Is The Way. Studio album by The Rossington-Collins Band. During the early 1980s, Collins continued to perform on stage in The Rossington-Collins Band which enjoyed modest success, tragedy struck again just as the Rossington Collins Band was getting off the ground. In 1980, during the first days of the concert tour, Allens wife, Kathy. With the lingering effects of losing his friends in the plane crash, the Rossington-Collins Band disbanded in 1982
Rossington Collins Band is not a remake of Lynyrd Skynyrd. The influence is there, to be sure, but this band is a whole different concept. Derek and I spoke after the concert and, later, over the phone. He’s great to watch onstage, sitting behind his big kit of canary-yellow Slingerland drums, making every note mean something, and never overplaying. During our phone interview we were fortunate to be able to discuss This Is The Way, the band’s second album, and Derek was very candid throughout, giving excellent insight into the inner workings of the Rossington Collins Band.