Expert musicianship, a diverse repertoire, and an active sense of humor become an explosive mixture in the hands of the Airmen. Recorded during a 1976 tour of England, Live One
shows the genre-twisting band in all its maniacal glory. Western swing standards, rockabilly romps, R&B chestnuts, and a rash of truck-driving songs all find their way into the potent blend, not to mention their offbeat, drug-addled originals. Bill Kirchen's nifty guitar work, Andy Stein's punchy fiddle, and Bobby Black's pedal-steel forays provide the meat: no matter how goofy it gets, their formidable musical chops keep it all together. --Marc Greilsamer
Indeed we do; here's the Commander's live double album from 1976, squeezed onto a single CD and still proof that this band was one of the great live acts of its era! Includes signature songs like Hot Rod Lincoln; Seeds and Stems; Mama Hated Diesels; Lost in the Ozone; Don't Let Go , and more. 19 tracks!