Charlie Daniels

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Adding two drummers to the twin lead-guitar format of the Allman Brothers Band, and blending this extended line-up with a more genuine rural spirit, the band of Nashivlle's bluegrass fiddler Charlie Daniels came to impersonate the middle-class of the Midwest: the talking-bluegrass Uneasy Rider (1973), the western-swing The South's Gonna Do It (1975), Devil Went Down To Georgia (1979), In America (1981). His million-selling albums were Fire On The Mountain (1974) and Million Mile Reflections (1979). Starting in 1964, Daniels organized "volunteer jams" with other notorious outlaws.

Daniels died in 2020.

Charlie Daniels, violinista bluegrass di Nashville (reso celebre presso i freak da Uneasy Rider, un talking-bluegrass del 1973) titolare di diverse Volunteer Jam con i mostri sacri del southern-rock, impersona la quintessenza dello sciovinismo sudista (il western-swing The South's Gonna Do It, 1975; the spoken-word Devil Went Down To Georgia, 1979; In America, 1981). I suoi album milionari sono Fire On The Mountain (1974) e Million Mile Reflections (1979)
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