HURRY SUNDOWN
Live After Sundown
Titles :
1 - Knox Country (Miller's Tune) / 2 - Home / 3 - Summer Skies / 4 - Crazy Lady / 5 - Can't Make It On Goodbye 6 - Can't Forget You /
7 - Little Miss Daisy / 8 - Some Kind Of Fool / 9 - On My Way / 10 - Into The Sunset / 11 - Can You Feel It


Musicians :
Scott Casteel - guitar & vocals / Jeremy Miller - lead guitar & harmony vocals / Jeb Shelton - bass & harmony vocals
Ryan Reichard - drums & harmony vocals


Already famous on RTJ because of their name, Hurry Sundown takes his main influences in their favourite band The Outlaws. With such a name, they didn't want to hide their favourite kind of music that is really honest after the respectable 'Can You Feel It' issued in 2005. Now the young South men play live, and it's not always a bed of roses. First impression show that these guys didn't cheat with studio rerecordings, often use nowadays ; that's why we get here a modest but honest recording on this 'Live After Sundown', a sincere album with Southern Country Music accents. Most of the songs come from the previous releases like "So Many Days", "Simple Life", "Change My Days" (in 2002) or "Little Miss Daisy", "Crazy Lady", " Summer Skies" from last year's 'Can You Feel It'. Hurry Sundown offer us two covers too, Skynyrd's "That Smell" and Outlaws' "Green Grass And High Tides". Hurry Sundown seem more comfortable on the Outlaws cover, but the musicians are faithful to these covers. Let's hope for that band to stay always so happy and fun on stage, as they show us on this nice live album.

John Molet




HURRY SUNDOWN
Hurry Sundown
Titles :
You canít take the honky tonk out of the girl / Caroline / When we were kings / Thatís what she gets for loving me / Red dirt road / Feels good donít it / I used to know this song by heart / 8 Believer / Memory town / She was born to run / Till my dyiní day / My babyís everything I love / Good day to be me / Good cowboy

Musicians :
Scott Casteel : vocals, guitar
Jeb Shelton : bass
Ryan Reichard : drums
John Tiefry : guitar


When you got a name like this one, you can almost be sure there'll be someone from RTJ who's gonna try to know a bit more of them. And we discovered this band from Springfield, MO whose 4 men's lineup is very much influenced by the Outlwas. From the very beginning you can easily hear this influence, these guys have been working a lot songs and riffs by Huguie Thomasson, Billy Jones and Henry Paul. Songs such as "Summer skyes", "So many days", "Change my ways", or "Highway" reminds a lot the Outlwas' "Gunsmoke", "Heavenly blues", and "Stick around for rockín roll". From what we know, these guys don't have a lot money and do what they can to play live as much as they can. They surely should deserve much more attention and may be a major label will hear pf them, who knows ?
John Molet



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