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Danny Joe Brown & The Danny Joe Brown Band

Danny Joe BrownAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (January 27, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • ASIN: B00018CZLI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,703 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sundance
2. Nobody Walks on Me
3. The Alamo
4. Two Days Home
5. Edge of Sundown
6. Beggar Man
7. Run for Your Life
8. Hear My Song
9. Gambler's Dream
10. Hit the Road

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars God Bless Wounded Bird Records February 5, 2004
Format:Audio CD
For giving us this great release on CD . This lp originally came out in 1981(I think) . From the opening cut , "Sundance" to the last one "Hit the Road" , this CD shows us what the lp's "Beatin the Odds" and "Take No Prisoners" could have been . And that is great southern boogie ! "Remember The Alamo" makes you feel like you were there . "Edge of Sundown" is right up there with Hatchet classics like "Fall Of The Peacemakers" and "Gator Country" . Luckily both John Galvin and Booby Ingram were picked by Danny Joe to be in his band because they are still with Molly Hatchet today . The only negative thing I can say is that Glyn John's production is a little flat compared to Tom Werman's production of the first five Hatchet albums , other than that , this one is a smoker !!!!!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Riding on to the edge of sundown March 18, 2005
Format:Audio CD
When this album first came out way back in 1981, I thought it rocked a lot harder than the Molly Hatchet albums of yore. Certainly the Molly Hatchet albums had that great southern rock and roll that we have come to expect from there, but with Danny Joe Brown taking a break from the Hatchet band, he put together a quality lineup of sorts on his one and only solo album. Glyn Johns adds a loud drum mix, and great guitar work from Bobby Ingram (who would later join Molly Hatchet and take over the whole process), Steve Wheeler and Kenny McVey. Highlights include a rough and tumble Sundance, and side two leadoff Beggar Man. Also, I do like The Alamo with its sing along chorus and album closer Hit The Road. But the shining moment is Edge Of Sundown, which was played on finer FM radio stations of the past and even though Molly Hatchet's live version wasn't too bad, it's the DJ Brown Band's version that still remains the definite version. Took over 20 years for somebody to release it on CD and it's worth the wait for those who wore their record grooves out a long time ago. And it's remains a vital piece of the puzzle on the history of Danny Joe Brown and Molly Hatchet. Yee Haw Indeed Party Boys. Play it in tribute to Danny Joe Brown. He would have wanted it that way... Grade A-
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Danny Joe Brown April 2, 2005
Format:Audio CD
This album is a bit bluesy. Musically not as tight as a true Molly Hatchet undertaking. I really like it though. DJB went back to his roots on this. Sounds like an bar room band that kicks A&&. Very good recording quality. This would have been a top seller if it was released with Molly Hatchet. Danny recently passed away and his music and unique vocals will live on. If you are a Molly Hatchet fan this is a must have. I often forget this was a solo undertaking.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Underappreciated Southern Rock! March 12, 2008
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Good Southern Rock isn't plentiful, but always popular throughout the Southeast. This solo effort by Molly Hatchet's lead singer satisfies - and is almost totally unknown. Better than nearly all of what Molly Hatchet itself ever put forth! A bunch of 3-star efforts with maybe a 4-star or two thrown in. No "Dreams I'll Never See" here, but try "Edge of Sundown" and "Gambler's Dream" - you'll like!

So why is it so forgetten? Besides the album cover, well, you know, there's a gazillion kead singers who try solo endeavors away from their bands, and so many of them fall flat. Such people do have there fans, who buy them and swear by them, only to mislead the rest of us. Maybe I'm biased, but I really do believe this one's exceptional. Why he ever returned to Molly Hatchet I'll never know. These guys could really play, and all we got from the return was maybe "Last of the Peacemakers". This stuff is better than that one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Danny Joe Brown was molly hatchett February 9, 2007
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His voice was as recognizable as Hendrix guitar. Hatch was the first and ONLY real southern HARD rock band that made a strong statement and engrained themselves in millions forever. Danny Joes vocal's with the bands musical style is timeless. A sad day it was when we lost him.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Should have been Beatin' The Odds March 27, 2011
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This is a very good album that features Danny Joe Brown from Molly Hatchet in a solo debut. Sadly, it should have been the third Molly Hatchet ablum, BEATIN THE ODDS. The third album is often the defining moment of an artist. BORN TO RUN, PYROMANIA, LET THERE BE ROCK, and on and on are all thirds. Unfortunately, Danny was either forced out or quit Molly Hatchet due to the lingering effects of diabaties in 1980. The timing would have been perfect for the band to capitalize on the success of FLIRTIN WITH DISASTER. Hatchet and 38 Special as well as Blackfoot were leading the Southern Rock flag that the death of Ronnie Van Zant offered. Hair metal was still a couple of years from hitting it HUGE with MTV so someone needed to lead the hard rockers (Hard Rock/Metal has been the only genre to not fade away in rock now lasting over 40 years).

Molly Hatchet ends up with one great song "Beatin' the Odds" that sounds better when DJB sings it live after he rejoins the band in 1982 and Danny Joe has to put a band together. The record here is very solid and includes a future Hatchet concert staple "Edge of Sundown". If your a fan of FLIRTIN' WITH DISASTER, this is very much worthwile. Just picture this with BEATIN' THE ODDS and realize we all missed out on a great one. Rest in Peace Danny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Danny Jo at his best July 16, 2007
By Bill K
Format:Audio CD
This is probably the hardest rocking of any "southern rock" album of the 1975-1985 period, bordering on being more of a "southern metal" on some songs. If you're into other 80's AOR or hard rock, you'll like this - you don't have to be a southern rock type of fan to appreciate it. I liked it enough to burn my own CDs from vinyl LP copies before you could buy a CD (except perhaps for internet auction site bootlegs), and I like it better than a lot of what he did with Hatchet. Then again there's a reason why they still play "Edge of Sundown" live, even in the current lineup with Phil McCormick. If I remember right this album came about because of a feud in Hatchet that let to Jimmy Farrar taking over singing duties for a couple of albums.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars danny joe brown band keeps on rocking
its great southern blues rock well worth your time to find a copy of this cd it has a hint of southern boogie all n all its a great cd.!!!!!
Published 15 months ago by James P Ross
5.0 out of 5 stars very hard to find cd
R.I.P. Danny Joe Brown. this is a must have cd. this was another hard to find cd, but it was worth finding. Read more
Published on March 6, 2012 by marty simpson
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic!!
This a one fine solo record right up there in the Henry Paul Band category! Not a bad tune on this record,too bad we couldn't have seen one more release from this DJB band. Read more
Published on January 25, 2011 by Simpleman
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best
Everything from packaging to shipping was on the money the Cd is just as promised and sounds awesome on my Sony BDV-is1000
Published on April 9, 2010 by L. Dixon
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally found it
Finally!!,,remember some of the old vinyl records you used to listen to?and now its virtually impossible to find your favorite music on a CD, Amazon makes it possible, i looked... Read more
Published on August 22, 2009 by G.W.Peart
Published on August 23, 2005 by OLDHONKMAN
5.0 out of 5 stars Danny Joe Brown Goes Solo With Great Results
This solo album by Danny Joe Brown is GREAT! It recreates the classic three-guitars-plus-piano lneup of Lynyrd Skynyrd, but with a much heavier edge. Read more
Published on June 21, 2005 by The Footpath Cowboy
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