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Number of Steel Cowboys Bikers Choice Vol. 1 (1999) Reviews: 1
Some, bikers would choose, others are tin gunslingers
Reviewer: John Fitzgerald, Human resources staff database assistant March 16, 2001 As Rick's "I stand accused" is from "Pink and black", the main point of interest for us
here is Billy's impressive version of Steve Earle's "Copperhead road". It has a slight Celtic
feel to the arrangement which gives way to a more rocking sound than one rarely hears
from Billy in that it's less rockabilly styled which makes for pleasing unpredictability.
Regarding the rest, the disc kicks off with a rousing cover of Joe Walsh's "Rocky
mountain way" by Blue Miller and "One way out" by The Allman Brothers Band is a definite bikers classic but this probably would have worked better with more classic recording from the
70's of this nature (Atlanta Rhythm Section, 38 Special, Molly Hatchet, etc.) but I'm not complaining because if that had happened, we wouldn't have Billy's recording. So, it's OK.
Billy Burnette's and Rick Vito's involvement pointed out by John Fitzgerald. Transcribed to HTML by Marty Adelson.