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The Ozark Mountain Daredevils' return to recording after 17 years of solo projects and festival appearances finds the Daredevils' voices sounding a little older and a little gruffer. However, if Neil Young and Johnny Cash have taught the world anything, it's that a singer/songwriter can improve with age as long as what he's saying is still worth listening to. Unfortunately, it seems as though these guys were torn between making either a smooth Nashville country album or a laid-back Jimmy Buffett-style good-time album. The chunky "Bar Hoppin'" is a loose handful of fun, as is the leadoff track, "Dream-O," but the slick "I'm Still Dreamin'" and the radio-friendly "Everywhere She Goes" are a little too clean in contrast. Still, it's a well-produced album with a grab-bag of solid songs, particularly "If It's True," the sole contribution by original Daredevil Larry Lee (whose voice hasn't slackened a bit since the mid-'70s). As is evidenced by 13, the band is older, a little less reckless, and a little more cautious, but the people who bought the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' records in their heyday have aged too, and maybe this is just the sound they're looking for.

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Nope, not what we're lookin' for....

Yes, I bought the Daredevils "in their hey-day", but NO this is NOT what Ozark fans are looking for as we "have aged". This is waaaay too "clean" and much too "safe". Sounds like the Daredevils doing a "Best of Bread" tribute. Ok, but not great by any means, cut loose boys!

Its the Daredevils!

Hey, folks, this is a good album! It may not be loaded with tracks like "Chicken Train", but if you liked the Daredevils for their songwriting, harmonies and musicianship, its all here. John Dillon still writes great ballads, Larry Lee still has that great voice, Steve Cash still plays the best harmonica around and Mike "Supe" Granda still plays great bass as well as adding vocals and songwriting. This band may have grown older but like a fine wine they've aged gracefully. True Daredevil fans will not be disappointed!

Seventies son

This effort does not fall short. The magic of the first album was never matched ,but after four listenings ,I love this! all the charm ,old soul wisdom and humor is there in good measure (New York) is one of my favorites of all there work ,there was only one Jackie Blue ,one if you want to get to heaven ,so what. This is wonderful. I saw them warm up for the Doobie's in 72 or 73 ,then short time later as the only act at the orphium Theater in Wichita Kansas, They are in their own league!

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Springfield, MO, 1971

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Ozark Mountain Daredevils were among the more popular of mid-'70s country-rock outfits, slotting in chronologically and stylistically between the Eagles and Firefall. As exponents of '70s country-rock, the group rode a wave of success for five years on A&M Records and survived in some form into the...
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