Dixie Lullabies

October 18, 2011 | Format: MP3

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3:46
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Label: Red Dirt Music Company
  • Copyright: 2011 Red Dirt Music Company
  • Total Length: 49:06
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B005LIZWQI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,381 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

What happened, I'm not sure?
DJ
Here, he is carrying more of the weight singing, and doing a fantastic job.
Casey Lyde
The songs sound too much alike.
Big Fan of KG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Faoilteach on January 8, 2013
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I have been a fan of the Kentucky Headhunters since they debuted in 1989. I have all their recordings and enjoy them all, except their latest.

First, I have to admit that the style of songs and their playing are good. I enjoyed the album until they started singing. I am not sure if their was something off in the mixing or if their voices were just not up to standard. Which ever way it is I just cannot stand to listen to this album. This makes me sad to say. As I write this review I am listening to their "Big Boss Man" cd and am noticing the big difference between the two.

I can honestly say that if the Headhunters did this poor on their debut album 24 years ago I would never of become a fan of theirs. I am hoping that their next effort will show more effort in singing, mixing and everything that goes into making a record. I know they can do better than Dixie Lullabies.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Reviewer on November 30, 2011
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The boys have loads of talent and never fail to entertain in person. But their recent recording career just doesn't generate any excitement or offer anything unique. Nothing here stands out and all the songs on this CD are forgotten within days of listening to the album. I'd like to keep buying their albums if the music sticks in memory like the early releases did, but it's been downhill ever since Grass String Ranch. The live CD recorded over 20 years ago was the best release by the band in the past decade. I'd still go see them live anyday, but I don't think I'll be buying any more CDs of new studio material by the band unless they figure out how to improve their song selections for studio recordings and make their performances unique or memorable again. Sorry guys.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Big Fan of KG on November 25, 2011
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There's no "energy" in this CD. The songs sound too much alike. Little depth to the songs. Of the several CDs that I have, this one is my least appreciated. Not worth the money. Sorry. This group is my favorite group because of variety and real rockin' good times!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DJ on January 31, 2014
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Iv'e loved all of the KH cd's except this one. It just sounded like they were going thru the motions of singing and not putting a lot of effort into it. What happened, I'm not sure? But buyer, be warned is the only thing I can say. All of their other cd's were great, but not this one. Sorry,
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doreen Logan on April 26, 2013
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Album not the best in my opinion-maybe it needs getting used to and I some how bought two of them.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Casey Lyde on March 20, 2012
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The Heads do it again!! Its been long overdue. The Heads NEVER disappoint, and here they are, their first full length album since 2005's fantastic BIG BOSS MAN (which was all covers) and their first full set of originals since 2003's marvelous SOUL.

The band's lineup has become leaner, they are now a 4 piece since bassist Anthony Kenney left about 5 years ago. Doug Phelps resumes his old role as bassist. The ONLY downside is the absence of Kenney, who was a phenomenal bassist and key harmony vocalist for the band. Fortunately, this does not stop the band from making the same, top notch quality music that us fans love, as Doug is just as great of a bass player (I was really thrilled when he rejoined in 96 as lead vocalist/guitarist, and I thought it was really neat to have the "old bass player", and the "new bass player" together in the band). The lineup of the YOUNG BROS, GREG MARTIN, KENNEY, and PHELPS was the longest lasting lineup which went on for about 12 years.

Richard Young (who was the lead vocalist in the old, pre-fame days), has been gradually singing more songs on the last few albums (since GRASS STRING RANCH), and has really stepped up as a strong vocalist since Anthony Kenney left the band. On this new album, he sings lead on almost half the album. Like ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Paul McCartney, he has a very versatile vocal style, and he sounds so different on each song. His first lead vocal on a Headhunters album was LOUISIANA COCO where he did a sort of Billy Gibbons-esque vocal (a la LA GRANGE) but we didn't really get to hear what his voice sounded like until he sang 2 songs on the SOUL album. Here, he is carrying more of the weight singing, and doing a fantastic job. And he sings so well with Doug Phelps.
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