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Unbelievable

I am sorry but when I pulled up this album and saw there were no reviews, I had to write one. The song "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind" is one of the best country songs ever written!! This song has got everything a country song should have. 1. The father is called "Daddy" 2. He is a coal miner 3. Daddy dies 4. A great moral is taught in which one should not only value material possessions! I mean does it get any better!! Seriously, this is a great album and now it has a review.

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Total classic

Sweet Verses

It was the summer of 1994, and I had just grabbed 'hold of the latest release by CR. I've always considered myself a tough, but fair, critic of country music (even though I had just turned 20 at the time), and I was anxious to hear what this album had in store for me and all other fans of "The Railroad". After all , this was the band that helped indoctrinate me to my senior year of high school and my first year of college through singles such as "Jesus and Mama", "When You Leave That Way...", and "Queen of Memphis". Needless to say (for me), I was enthusiastically overjoyed by this album. Songs such as "Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind", and "Elvis and Andy", their two top singles from this album, were great. But what makes an album good, in this case, is the "filler", There were no fillers on this album, as songs such as "Summer in Dixie", "Three Verses", "Roll The Dice", and "Notorious" were pure country gold. In my heart of hearts, I thoroughly believe that those other four songs could have been released nationally, and all garnered (at least) top 20 status. This album will make you laugh, make you wonder, and make you long for that lost love. That's how good it was. In closing, take this record by the horns, grab a few brews, and just enjoy yourself. There's nothing left to do after listening to this.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Often described as a cross between Alabama and Lynyrd Skynyrd, Confederate Railroad made their name with a party-ready hybrid of modern country and Southern rock, which also earned them comparisons to Charlie Daniels and Hank Williams, Jr. Their trashy, roughneck wardrobe was a good indicator of their rowdy, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, but they were also able to balance that with a sincere sentimental streak. Singer/guitarist Danny Shirley, lead guitarist Michael Lamb, steel guitarist Gates Nichols,...
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