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Let It Rock: Greatest Hits


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  • Audio CD (September 25, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B000UYX562
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Don't Pass Me By
2. Keep Your Hands To Yourself
3. Battleship Chains
4. The Myth Of Love
5. Can't Stand the Pain
6. Nights Of Mystery
7. Let It Rock
8. Open All Night
9. Sheila
10. Mon Cheri
11. Down And Down
12. Saddle Up
13. Hippy Hippy Shake
14. I Dunno
15. All Over But the Cryin'
16. Six Years Gone
17. Hard Luck Boy
18. Medley: Almost Saturday Night/Rockin' All Over The World
19. Dan Takes Five
20. Another Chance

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Rick Richards,Rick Price & the rest of the guys have always been one of my favorites as the GA Satellites or the Hell Hounds! This is a great collection of songs!
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For a while, Rock music has been so bad I stopped listening. Well, stopped listening to newer stuff. (No angry letters, please, that's how I see it)

It seems like Rock is a lost art, so many performers haven't learned to play their instruments, or they are "sampling" the better riffs of their betters. But I have recently discovered this. So it's new to me, from the mid 80's. It seems there is a pocket of, Hmmm, what we used to call Country Rockers in the late sixties, (when Michael Nesmith and Gram Parsons melded Rock, Rockabilly and Country and all the other rockers followed). Some of these "Country" musicians still know (or knew) how to make music! The Georgia Satellites sound to me like late sixties early seventies Rolling Stones and earlier, Chuck Berry. And what could be better, the Stones certainly didn't use up all the notes! The Georgia Satellites records remind me in places of "Let it Bleed".

These guys only made three or so albums and these are the best, that is the "rockers" off of those. melodies, harmonies, masterful Bill Wyman type bass lines and Keith Richards type leads.

It was a put together group with a lot of egos pulling in different directions. Shoehorned together from two other groups the "Hellhounds" and "Woodpeckers" (and that was ultimately their downfall). Dan Baird has that countryish nasal twang in his voice but is ultimately a better lead singer than their great guitarist Rick Richards. "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" was a great hit about a Southern miss who teased a lot but wanted that ring first - funny!. "Don't pass me By" was originally a Ringo song with the rest of the Fab Four playing backup. GS's version is much stronger rock. I particularly like "Hippy Hippy Shake" a tune the early Beatles covered.
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