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Alabama

Before Alabama, bands were usually relegated to a supporting role in country music. In the first part of the century, bands were popular with audiences across the country, but as recordings became available, nearly every popular recording artist was a vocalist, not a group. Alabama was the group that made country bands popular again. Emerging in the late '70s, the band had roots in both country and rock; in fact, many of Alabama's musical concepts, particularly the idea of a performing band, owed more to rock and pop than hardcore country. However, there is no denying that Alabama is a country band -- the bandmembers' pop instincts may come from rock, but their harmonies, songwriting, and approach are indebted to country, particularly the Bakersfield sound of Merle Haggard, bluegrass, and the sound of Nashville pop. A sleek country-rock sound made the group the most popular country group in history, selling more records than any other artist of the '80s and earning stacks of awards.

First cousins Randy Owen (born December 14, 1949; lead vocal, rhythm guitar) and Teddy Gentry (born January 22, 1952; vocals, bass) form the core of Alabama. Owen and Gentry grew up on separate cotton farms on Lookout Mountain in Alabama, but the pair learned how to play guitar together; the duo had also sung in church together before they were six years old. On their own, Gentry and Owen played in a number of different bands during the '60s, playing country, bluegrass, and pop on different occasions. During high school, the duo teamed with another cousin, Jeff Cook (born August 27, 1949; lead guitar, vocals, keyboards, fiddle), to form Young Country in 1969. Before joining his cousins, Cook had played in a number of bands and was a rock & roll DJ. Young Country's first gig was at a high-school talent contest; performing a Merle Haggard song, the band won first prize -- a trip to the Grand Ole Opry. However, the group was fairly inactive as Owen and Cook went to college.

After Owen and Cook graduated from college, they moved with Gentry to Anniston, Alabama, with the intention of keeping the band together. Sharing an apartment, the band practiced at night and performed manual labor during the day. They changed their name to Wildcountry in 1972, adding drummer Bennett Vartanian to the lineup. The following year, they made the decision to become professional musicians, quitting their jobs and playing a number of bars in the Southeast. During this time, they began writing their own songs, including "My Home's in Alabama." Vartanian left soon after the band turned professional; after losing four more drummers, Rick Scott was added to the lineup in 1974.

Wildcountry changed its name to Alabama in 1977, the same year the band signed a one-record contract with GRT. The resulting single, "I Wanna Be with You Tonight," was a minor success, peaking in the Top 80. Nevertheless, the single's performance was an indication that Alabama was one of the most popular bands in the Southeast; at the end of the decade, the band was playing over 300 shows a year. After "I Wanna Be with You Tonight," the group borrowed $4,000 from a Fort Payne bank, using the money to record and release its own records, which were sold at shows. When GRT declared bankruptcy a year after the release of "I Wanna Be with You Tonight," the bandmembers discovered that they were forbidden from recording with another label because of a hidden clause in their contract. For two years, Alabama raised money to buy out their contract. In 1979, the group was finally able to begin recording again. That same year, Scott left the band. Scott was replaced by Mark Herndon, a former rock drummer who helped give Alabama their signature sound.

Later in 1979, Alabama self-recorded and released an album, hiring an independent record promoter to help get radio play for the single "I Wanna Come Over." The band also sent hundreds of handwritten letters to program directors and DJs across the country. "I Wanna Come Over" gained the attention of MDJ Records, a small label based in Dallas. MDJ released the single, and it reached number 33 on the charts. In 1980, MDJ released "My Home's in Alabama," which made it into the Top 20. Based on the single's success, Alabama performed at the Country Music New Faces show, where the band was spotted by an RCA Records talent scout, who signed the group after the show.

Alabama released its first RCA single, "Tennessee River," late in 1980. Produced by Harold Shedd, the song began a remarkable streak of 21 number one hits (interrupted by the 1982 holiday single "Christmas in Dixie"), which ran until 1987; after one number seven hit, the streak resumed for another six singles, resulting in a total of 27 number one singles during the decade. Taken alone, the amount of chart-topping singles is proof of Alabama's popularity, but the band also won numerous awards, had seven multi-platinum albums, and crossed over to the pop charts nine times during the '80s.

In the '90s, their popularity declined somewhat, yet they were still having hit singles and gold and platinum albums with regularity, and it's unlikely that any other country group will be able to surpass the success of Alabama. The group disbanded in 2006 following a farewell tour and two albums of gospel , 2006's Songs of Inspiration and 2007's Songs of Inspiration, Vol. 2, but reunited in 2011. A third gospel album, Angels Among Us: Hymns & Gospel Favorites, was released by Gaither Music in 2014. In September 2015, Alabama further sealed the relaunch of their career, delivering Southern Drawl, their first album of all new material in 14 years. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Southern Drawl

1. Southern Drawl

2. Wasn't Through Lovin' You Yet

3. This Ain't Just A Song

4. As Long As There's Love

5. Back To The Country

6. Hillbilly Wins The Lotto Money

7. Come Find Me

8. No Bad Days

9. One On One

10. American Farmer

11. It's About Time

12. Footstompin' Music

13. I Wanna Be There

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Track List: Alabama And Friends Live At The Ryman

Disc 1

1. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band) (Live At The Ryman)

2. Tennessee River (Feat. Jason Aldean) (Live At The Ryman)

3. Dixieland Delight/Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Live At The Ryman)

4. Song Of The South (Live At The Ryman)

5. One In The World (Live At The Ryman)

6. Forever's As Far As I'll Go (Feat. Trisha Yearwood) (Live At The Ryman)

7. Dancin', Shaggin' On The Boulevard (Live At The Ryman)

Disc 2

1. Born Country (Live At The Ryman)

2. All American (Live At The Ryman)

3. Love In The First Degree (Feat. Luke Bryan) (Live At The Ryman)

4. Closer You Get (Feat. Eli Young Band) (Live At The Ryman)

5. High Cotton (Live At The Ryman)

6. Take Me Down (Live At The Ryman)

7. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why) (Feat. Florida Georgia Line) (Live At The Ryman)

8. That's How I Was Raised (Live At The Ryman)

9. My Home's In Alabama (Feat. Jamey Johnson) (Live At The Ryman)

10. Mountain Music (Live At The Ryman)

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Track List: Angels Among Us: Hymns & Gospel Favorites

1. I Saw The Light

2. Because He Lives

3. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

4. I'll Fly Away

5. What A Friend We Have In Jesus

6. Church In The Wildwood

7. The Old Rugged Cross

8. Raising Alabama

9. Jordan's Banks

10. Let's All Go Down To The River

11. Lift Me Up

12. Angels Among Us

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Track List: Patches

1. Patches

2. Loving You Is Killing Me

3. I Want To Be With You Tonight

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Track List: Setlist: The Very Best Of Alabama LIVE

1. Tennessee River (Live March 20, 1981; Salt Lake City, UT)

2. Why Lady Why (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

3. Mountain Music (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

4. Close Enough To Perfect (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

5. Take Me Down (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

6. Feels So Right (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

7. My Home's In Alabama (Live February 5, 1982; Florence, AL)

8. Lady Down On Love (Live)

9. Love In The First Degree

10. When We Make Love / There's No Way (Live)

11. She And I

12. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (Recorded Live)

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Track List: Alabama Live

1. Can't Keep A Good Man Down (Live)

2. Tennessee River (Live)

3. Take Me Down (Live)

4. Love In The First Degree (Live)

5. Red River (Live Version)

6. Dixieland Delight (Live)

7. Lady Down On Love (Live)

8. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band) (Live)

9. Fireworks

10. When We Make Love/There's No Way (Live)

11. Gonna Have A Party (Live Version 2007)

12. Can't You See

13. My Home's In Alabama (Live)

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Track List: The Full Discover Package

1. Take Me Down (2005)

2. Close Enough To Perfect (2005)

3. The Closer You Get (2005)

4. Lady Down On Love (2005)

5. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band)

6. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (Short Version)

7. (There's A) Fire In The Night (2005)

8. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin') (2005)

9. There's No Way (2005)

10. You've Got The Touch (2005)

11. Face To Face

12. Why Lady Why (2005)

13. When We Make Love (2005)

14. Dixieland Delight (Single Edit)

15. Can't Keep A Good Man Down (2005)

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Track List: Livin' Lovin' Rockin' Rollin'

Disc 1

1. My Home's In Alabama (Live)

2. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

3. Medley: That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine / Suppertime / Teach Your Children / Don't It Make You Want To Go Home (live)

4. High Cotton

5. Mountain Music

6. Dixieland Delight (Live)

7. Carolina Mountain Dewe

8. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

9. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band) (Live)

10. Christmas In Dixie

11. I Write A Little

12. Song Of The South

13. Pass It On Down

14. Five O'Clock 500

15. Tar Top (Live)

16. Dancin', Shaggin' On The Boulevard

Disc 2

1. Feels So Right

2. Old Flame

3. Lady Down On Love

4. Very Special Love

5. Close Enough To Perfect

6. Take Me Down

7. Medley: Deep River Woman (Live) / Deep River When We Make Love (Live)

8. Face To Face (Alternate Version)

9. You've Got The Touch

10. You Turn Me On

11. Forever's As Far As I'll Go

12. How Do You Fall In Love

13. I Just Couldn't Say No

14. Too Much Love

15. If I Had You

16. The Woman He Loves

17. God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You

18. Angels Among Us (Vocal Remix Version)

Disc 3

1. Tennessee River (Live)

3. She And I

4. Sad Lookin' Moon

5. Give Me One More Shot

6. Fallin' Again

7. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

8. Can't Keep A Good Man Down

10. The Cheap Seats

13. Down Home

14. Born Country

16. Hats Off

17. The Fans

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Track List: The Essential Alabama

Disc 1

1. Five O'Clock 500

2. Keepin' Up

3. How Do You Fall In Love

4. Tennessee River

5. Why Lady Why

6. Old Flame

7. Feels So Right

8. Love In The First Degree

9. Mountain Music

10. Take Me Down

11. Close Enough To Perfect

12. Dixieland Delight

13. The Closer You Get

14. Lady Down On Love

15. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

16. When We Make Love

17. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band)

18. (There's A) Fire In The Night

19. There's No Way

20. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

21. Can't Keep A Good Man Down

22. She And I

Disc 2

1. Touch Me When We're Dancing

2. You've Got The Touch

3. Face To Face

4. Fallin' Again

5. Song Of The South

6. If I Had You

7. High Cotton

8. Southern Star

9. Jukebox In My Mind

10. Forever's As Far As I'll Go

11. Down Home

12. Here We Are

13. Then Again

14. Born Country

15. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

16. Once Upon A Lifetime

17. Hometown Honeymoon

18. Reckless

19. Give Me One More Shot

20. She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl

21. In Pictures

22. Sad Lookin' Moon

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Track List: Ultimate Alabama 20 #1 Hits

1. Born Country

2. Jukebox In My Mind

3. Reckless

4. Feels So Right

5. Love In The First Degree

6. Mountain Music

7. Song Of The South

8. Tennessee River

9. Take Me Down

10. Lady Down On Love

11. She And I

12. Down Home

13. Why Lady Why

14. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

15. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

16. You've Got The Touch

17. There's No Way

18. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

19. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band)

20. Southern Star

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Track List: The American Farewell Tour

1. When It All Goes South

2. Love In The First Degree

3. The Closer You Get

4. High Cotton

5. Sad Lookin' Moon

6. Feels So Right

7. Lady Down On Love

8. Down Home

9. Christmas In Dixie

10. Give Me One More Shot

11. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

12. Song Of The South

13. The Fans

14. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

15. Tennessee River

16. Old Flame

17. Dixieland Delight

18. Dancin', Shaggin' On The Boulevard

19. Mountain Music

20. My Home's In Alabama

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Track List: When It All Goes South

1. When It All Goes South

2. The Woman He Loves

3. Clear Across America Tonight

4. Will You Marry Me

5. I Can't Hide My Heart

6. I Can't Love You Any Less

7. Reinvent The Wheel

8. I Write A Little

9. Down This Road

10. Love Remains

11. Start Living

12. Simple As That

13. You Only Paint The Picture Once

14. Wonderful Waste Of Time

15. Right Where I Am

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Track List: Twentieth Century

1. Twentieth Century

2. God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You (feat. 'N Sync)

3. I'm In That Kind Of Mood

4. We Made Love

5. Life's Too Short To Love This Fast

6. Then We Remember

7. Little Things

8. Mist Of Desire

9. Small Stuff

10. Too Much Love

11. Write It Down In Blue

12. I Love You Enough To Let You Go

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Track List: For The Record - 41 Number One Hits

Disc 1

1. Five O'clock 500

2. Keepin' Up

3. How Do You Fall In Love

4. Tennessee River

5. Why Lady Why

6. Old Flame

7. Feels So Right

8. Love In The First Degree

9. Mountain Music

10. Take Me Down

11. Close Enough To Perfect

12. Dixieland Delight

13. The Closer You Get

14. Lady Down On Love

15. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

16. When We Make Love

17. If You're Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band)

18. (There's A) Fire In The Night

19. There's No Way

20. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

21. Can't Keep A Good Man Down

22. She And I

Disc 2

1. Touch Me When We're Dancing

2. You've Got The Touch

3. Face To Face

4. Fallin' Again

5. Song Of The South

6. If I Had You

7. High Cotton

8. Southern Star

9. Jukebox In My Mind

10. Forever's As Far As I'll Go

11. Down Home

12. Here We Are

13. Then Again

14. Born Country

15. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

16. Once Upon A Lifetime

17. Hometown Honeymoon

18. Reckless

19. Give Me One More Shot

20. She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl

21. In Pictures

22. Sad Lookin' Moon

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Track List: Dancin' On The Boulevard

1. Dancin', Shaggin' On The Boulevard

2. Sad Lookin' Moon

3. Anytime (I'm Your Man)

4. She's Got That Look In Her Eyes

5. My Girl

6. Of Course I'm Alright

7. I Just Couldn't Say No

8. Is The Magic Still There

9. Calling All Angels

10. Hey Baby

11. One More Time Around

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Track List: In Pictures

1. Sunday Drive

2. She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl

3. My Love Belongs To You

4. I've Loved A Lot More Than I've Hurt

5. Spin The Wheel

6. Nothing Comes Close

7. Say I

8. It Works

9. The Maker Said Take Her

10. In Pictures

11. Heartbreak Express

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Track List: Greatest Hits Volume 3

1. Give Me One More Shot

2. We Can't Love Like This Anymore

3. Tennessee River

4. When We Make Love

5. If You're Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)

6. There's No Way

7. Face To Face

8. Jukebox In My Mind

9. Forever's As Far As I'll Go

10. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

11. Angels Among Us

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Track List: Gonna Have A Party ... Live

1. Gonna Have a Party

2. Red River

3. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

4. She And I

5. Lady Down On Love

6. Tennessee River

7. Green River

8. My Home's In Alabama (Single Edit)

9. Takin' Care Of Business

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Track List: Cheap Seats

1. Still Goin' Strong

2. T.L.C. A.S.A.P.

3. Katy Brought My Guitar Back Today

4. On This Side Of The Moon

5. The Cheap Seats

6. Reckless

7. That Feeling

8. This Love's On Me

9. Clear Water Blues

10. A Better Word For Love

11. Angels Among Us

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Track List: American Pride

1. Take A Little Trip

2. Hometown Honeymoon

3. Once Upon A Lifetime

4. You Can't Take The Country Out Of Me

5. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

6. Richard Petty Fans

7. Homesick Fever

8. Between The Two Of Them

9. American Pride

10. Sometimes Out Of Touch

11. Pictures And Memories

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Track List: Greatest Hits Vol.2

1. Born Country

2. Then Again

3. Dixieland Delight

4. Lady Down On Love

5. The Closer You Get

6. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)

7. Fallin' Again

8. Song Of The South

9. High Cotton

10. Take Me Down

11. Hats Off

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Track List: Pass It On Down

1. Pass It On Down

2. Here We Are

3. Down Home

4. Forever's As Far As I'll Go

5. Jukebox In My Mind

6. Moonlight Lounge

7. Goodbye (Kelly's Song)

8. Fire On Fire

9. Until It Happens To You

10. Gulf Of Mexico

11. Starting Tonight

12. I Ain't Got No Business Doin' Business Today

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Track List: Southern Star

1. Song Of The South

2. Down On The River

3. High Cotton

4. "Ole" Baugh Road

5. The Borderline

6. I'm Still Dreamin'

7. Pete's Music City

8. Southern Star

9. If I Had You

10. She Can

11. I Showed Her

12. Barefootin'

13. Dixie Fire

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Track List: Just Us

1. (I Wish It Could Always Be) '55

2. Face to Face

3. Fallin' Again

4. I Can't Stop

5. I Saw The Time

6. If I Could Just See You Now

7. Old Man

8. Tar Top

9. You're My Explanation For Living

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. She and I

2. Mountain Music

3. Feels So Right

4. Old Flame

5. Tennessee River

6. Love In The First Degree

7. 40 Hour Week

8. Why Lady Why

9. The Fans

10. My Home's In Alabama (Live)

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Track List: The Touch

1. You've Got The Touch

2. Vacation

3. True, True Housewife

4. Is This How Love Begins

5. Cruisin'

6. Touch Me When We're Dancing

7. Let's Hear It For The Girl

8. It's All Comin' Back To Me Now

9. I Taught Her Everything She Knows

10. Pony Express

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Track List: 40 Hour Week

1. Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

2. Can't Keep A Good Man Down

3. There's No Way

4. Down On Longboat Key

5. Louisiana Moon

6. I Want To Know You Before We Make Love

7. Fireworks

8. She Won't Have A Thing To Do With Nobody But Me

9. As Right Now

10. If It Ain't Dixie (It Won't Do)

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Track List: Roll On

1. Roll On

2. Carolina Mountain Dewe

3. The End Of The Lyin'

4. I'm Not That Way Anymore (Live)

5. If You're Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)

6. Fire In The Night

7. When We Make Love

8. Country Side Of Life

9. The Boy

10. Food On The Table

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Track List: The Closer You Get...

1. The Closer You Get

2. Lady Down On Love

3. She Put The Sad In All His Songs

4. Red River

5. What In The Name Of Love

6. Dixieland Delight

7. Very Special Love

8. Dixie Boy

9. Alabama Sky

10. Lovin' Man

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Track List: Mountain Music

1. Mountain Music

2. Close Enough To Perfect

3. Words At Twenty Paces

4. Changes Comin' On

5. Green River

6. Take Me Down

7. You Turn Me On

8. Never Be One

9. Lovin' You Is Killin' Me

10. Gonna Have A Party

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Track List: Feels So Right

1. Feels So Right

2. Love In The First Degree

3. Burn Georgia Burn

4. Ride The Train

5. Fantasy

6. Hollywood

7. Old Flame

8. Woman Back Home

9. See The Embers, Feel The Flame

10. I'm Stoned

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Track List: My Home's In Alabama

1. My Home's In Alabama

2. Hanging Up My Travelin' Shoes

3. Why Lady Why

4. Getting Over You

5. I Wanna Come Over

6. Tennessee River

7. Some Other Place, Some Other Time

8. Can't Forget About You

9. Get It While It's Hot

10. Keep On Dreamin'

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Track List: Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way (Radio Single)

1. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

2. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

3. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

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Track List: Wasn’t Through Lovin’ You Yet (Single)

1. Wasn’t Through Lovin’ You Yet

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kimberly0519
Alabama is so much better than today's trash talking drunken music
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shewwolf55
Iam twelve and I love this song and I grew up on it
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im 12 and i love yalls music
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I am so thankful that the young people of today are still listening to Christian music. And their style of Christian music is awesome, has a great beat of their time, and still has a great message of Christ! Although to me there is nothing like the old time Christian hymns! PRAISE GOD IN HEAVEN! Rev. Ron
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Roll On is a wonderful song.
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If you're gonna play in Texas, you gotta to have a fiddle in a band
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Love it!
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I love mountain music
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i love it if you like it l will to Carry on the same if i love it thank you
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I love all country muisc
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If you're play in Texas GS h ave you herd ov pup star
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The original Florida Georgia Line. (And they're a lot better.)
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ATLANTA is a very similar and successful artist
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colliegal105 8
RIP Keith Whitley:(
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colliegal105 8
The BEST old original country music
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amcknight001
Seen them in concert in Ozark Alabama for $10.00!! They put on a great show!!!!!
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this was one of my late mother's favorite songs! Love You & Miss You, Mom !!!!
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�� Love ��lifted me ��
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schoentaylor 1 2 3
I memorized almost all their songs
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colliegal105 8
Love those older REBA songs/Somebo d y Should Leave!!!!!
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I love this song I will die too listen to this song it's my favorite song I love it :)
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I love this song , I want to be close enough to perfect
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Savannah
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man, what an awesome song
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IVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS SONG FOR TWO DAYS! LOVE IT! GOES RIGHT TO MY SOUL ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Great band. Saw them n 1977 at the Bowery in Myrtle Beach S.C.. Party from 2:00 till closing
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Love you
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Hi
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rusty.sonnie r
I'm driving home to my love
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i love these guys and im realy young lol
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I love Alabama the group roll on one of my favorites touches my heart but every song they sang touch me so rock out��
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how.bout that banjo
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OMG LOVE HOW GREAT THOU ART!!! ⛄️⛄️⛄️⛄️⛄️⛄️
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Great song
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My fav song was roll on 18 wheeler. I used to drive a 18 wheeler and always listened to it on my cd. They're songs alway got me home.
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One of the greatest country bands of all time. The music they produced was outstanding.
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I love line dancing to these group
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marythomas21 2
love me some Alabama!
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Sing it brothers, for there is only One God and His Holy Name is Jesus Christ! Amen
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I've loved them since I first heard them in about 2011.
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I like this
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I have been a fan since 1980 I was ten years old the fist time I heard Tennessee River on the radio and was hooked your music has help me threw some very hard times my favorite Alabama song is mountain music I'm thrill your touring again and Southern Drawl was well worth the fourteen year wait ROLL ON ALABAMA
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I like alabama
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tripp.k661
Your songs are so awesome.
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What a great sounding piece of music. Old Rugged Cross that is.
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I like alabama
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"ROLL ON" as a kid was the song that had me dreaming of driving a big rig. Now as an adult and over 20 years behind the wheel. I believe it was the best career I could of ever asked for. I love what I do, and most of the the 2 million miles I've driven.
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Love Alabama!!! Saw in Starkville Ms. Many years ago with my husband for our anniversary ❤️
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Still the best band ever
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blwagner1
Someone needs to fix the picture, has the wrong band, album, and genre. Showing Status Quo on the picture.
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