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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 15, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 1977
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • ASIN: B0018F0JK2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,106 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Midnight Man
2. Don't Say Nothin'
3. Rock 'N' Roll Again
4. 6 Years on the Road
5. Snooze You Lose
6. Widow
7. Danny
8. Seven Eleven
9. Where Were You
10. All for Love [#][*]

Editorial Reviews

Reissue of the 1977 album, Rock 'N Roll Again (Midnight Man). Commander Cody was adept at simple basic Rock'N'Roll, RB, and gritty Country Rock which rocked harder than the Eagles or Poco -- essentially, the group was a bar band hitting the airwaves with classic tunes of 'Rock'N'Roll' again!

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael Zazzio on October 29, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This Commander Cody album was the first one I ever heard. I was 17 years old and was listening very much to jazzrock and melodious rock. Then, when I heard this album - seeking new dimensions in music - I was impressed by the mysterious sounds and lyrics and blends of three very special tracks on this album. Those were and still is: Midnight Man, Don't Say Nothing and Snooze You Lose. These three songs did catch my attention completely for a couple of weeks after buying the LP in 1977. Today I have the cd.

The rest of the album is however very much standard, but these three songs are definitely lifting the album to a higher level, or should I say, is taking the listener down into darkness and mystery. But, wow! What a journey conducted by Commander Cody at his best.

After buying the Rock 'n' Roll Again Album I was looking for other good albums with the Commander Cody and the Commander Cody band, and I still am, but I have never found anything as impressive as this one. For me this is Commander Cody's number one album - not only his first solo album but also is best one. The "Tales From The Ozone" with the Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen continuous to be the second best album Commander Cody has ever been involved in creating, but this one is still holding first place. Buying it won't be regretted.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Segal Zinns on October 1, 2008
Format: Audio CD
While I have been a fan of Commander Cody for many years and seen them live several times, this album seems to capture the spirit and excitement of a live show without being a "live" album. Tracks such as "7-Eleven", "Rock and Roll Again" and "Midnight Man" definately have a harder edge than earlier Cody work. There is some great pedal steel playing by Bobby Black, great piano banging by the Commander and some great guest artists that were on allot of albums from the '70's. Of course what has always made CC so fun to listen to is the great rythym, instrumentals and playfull lyrics that combine to form a power-house band.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric R. Last on May 14, 2014
Format: Audio CD
After a series of fine albums with the Lost Planet Airmen (LPA), the poor experience with the Warner Brothers label for the previous 3 albums led to the dissolution of the band. Cody's first effort post-LPA represented a major change in approach, and while you cannot fault the musicianship or the production, this album turns out to be a major bummer. The main problem is that George Frayne (a.k.a. Commander Cody), for the first time, tries to handle almost all the songwriting and lead vocals by himself, and he's clearly not up to the task. A few songs are OK - Midnight Man, Don't Say Nothin', Seven Eleven, and Where Were You. The rest is entirely disposable. The overall sound moves away from the delightful stew of styles - western swing, honky tonk, etc. - that characterized his previous output, and towards a more generic rock sound. Following this album he made one more in a similar vein - "Flying Dreams" from 1978 (which is even worse). Then, for the remainder of his career, he went back to a more democratic approach, freely sharing writing and vocal duties with his bandmates, with much more satisfying results.
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