The Bellamy Brothers Redneck Girls Forever
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- Released: July 16, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Curb Records
- 1.Let's Roll America
- 2.Redneck Girl
- 3.Blue Rodeo
- 4.What I Used To Do All Night
- 5.The Andy Griffith Show
- 6.Over The Line
- 7.Crazy Old World
- 8.Passion's Thunder
- 9.The Vertical Expression
- 10.Like She's Not Yours
- 11.After Glow
- 12.Slow Hurry
- 14.Can I Come On Home To You
- 15.She's Awesome
- 16.She's Gone With The Wind
- 17.Our Family
- 18.Come Back Gene & Roy
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The Bellamy Brothers: David Bellamy, Howard Bellamy (vocals); Randy Heibert (acoustic & electric guitars, bass, programming); John Willis (acoustic & 12-string guitars); Danny Jones (steel guitar); Wally Dentz (harmonica); Alan Klingman (saxophone, piano, keyboards); Ron Talor (Hammond B-3 organ); Garland Craft (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); Michael Tucker, Tony Hajacos (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Sharon Vaughn, Rita Quintero, Wendy Peterson (background vocals).
Recorded between 1986 & 2002.
Personnel: David Bellamy, Howard Bellamy (vocals); Wayne Addleman (guitar, steel guitar); Devon Breshears (guitar); John Willis (acoustic guitar, 12-string guitar); Daniel Jones (steel guitar); Wally Dentz (harmonica); Garland Craft (piano, keyboards); Alan Klingaman (keyboards); Mike Tucker , Tony Hajacos (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Rita Quintero, Wendy Peterson, Sharon Vaughn (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: David Bellamy; Howard Bellamy; Ron Taylor .
Recording information: Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, TN; The Bellamy Brothers Studio, Darby, FL.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Mark Capps; Mike Bradley.
After reuniting with Curb Records late in their career, Howard and David Bellamy re-emerge with new material following a double greatest-hits collection. Redneck Girls Forever is typical of the Bellamy style, featuring a smattering of social commentary about how the world has left the over-40 crowd in the dust intermingled with steamy love songs. Most of the cuts are written by David Bellamy. The Bellamy Brothers can't seem to let go of the past, constantly bewailing the state of the modern world and the fact that the two siblings are just plain getting older. Most of the songs are curved around a seemingly catchy hook, such as "What I Used to Do All Night," a 60-something's lament on losing "intimate stamina." Sometimes the hook is effective, but other times ("The Andy Griffith Show") the nostalgia is stifling. A shining moment comes when the Bellamys recount the story of a marital infidelity and deliver the line, "After I go to hell can I come on home to you?" When you've recorded as many hits and albums as the Bellamys have, the pressure to continue the streak isn't as great; unfortunately, the trade-off can result in mediocrity. ~ Rick Cohoon
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