Titles :
Still one outlaw left / What brothers do / She treats her body like a temple /I'm diggin' it / White trash With money / Wasted time / The "R" word /Borrowed time / Between the rainbows and the rain / Thick as thieves /

Musicians :
uss Pahl : steel guitar, slide guitar, banjo, dobro
Mark DuFresne : drums
Wayne Secrest : bass
Gates Nichols : steel guitar, vocals
Jimmy Dormire : guitar
Michael Rhodes : bass
Aubrey Haynie : fiddle, mandolin
Danny Shirley : Vocals, guitar
Blue Miller : accoustic guitar
Mark Beckett : drums, percussion
John Hobbs : organ, synthesizer, piano
J.T. Corenflos : guitar
Bob DiPiero : background Vocals
Harry Stinson : background Vocals
Craig Wiseman : background Vocals
Curtis Young : background Vocals
Bobby Terry : background Vocals
James Allen : background Vocals

In the new country family, I'ld like .....CRR....great !!! For sure, this album from the Confederate Railroad is a good one, which was released quite a few months ago (I know, we need time here at RTJ's). To me, this is one of their best releases, starting on a southern rock flavour with "Still one Outlaws Left" (David Allan Coe is appearing on this one). This great song reminds me some of the greatest ones from the great Charlie Daniels. The trip goes on in the country valley with "She treats her body like a temple", with George Jones. our cow-boys deliver us such a great honky tonk swing, as only the southern boys can do. "I'm Diggin' it" reminds us the Confederate Railroad also was a rock'n roll band. So when "Borrowed Time" is coming, I confirm that Danny Shirley and his buddies gave us a great moment.
John Molet

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