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Album Review

It's a commercial breakthrough for Daniels.

Customer Reviews

The Devil Went Down to Georgia

i heard this song on the radio and i loved it! if u want this album, definately listen to the devil went down to georgia. also, in the song, there was a swear in it, so i would mark it as explicit, but other than that, it's an awesome song!


If you think you know the CDB from listening to its songs on the radio, this opens a whole new window on the band's former style. This album overall ranks up there with Boston's and Big and Rich's first albums, "Who's Next" by the Who and "Fragile" by Yes in terms of my favorite albums. Yeah, yeah, yeah, it has the "bad word" version of the "Devil Went Down to Georgia." But there are also has great CDB songs like "Passing Lane," "Behind Your Eyes," "Reflections," "Blind Man" and "Blue Star" that demonstrate that the CDB is more than just a fiddle band. Check out "Jitterbug," it's a driving bluesy song written and sung by Taz DiGregorio, who's been playing keyboards with Charle Daniels since the 14th century.

Johnny kicked the Devils %^*!

The devil went down to Georgia, wanted to steal a new soul, but got his $(@! kicked by Johnny on the violin! What an insult to the Devil!!!


Born: October 28, 1936 in Wilmington, NC

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A talented and showy fiddler, Charlie Daniels and his band fuse hardcore country with a hard-edged Southern rock, boogie, and blues. The group -- which has had a rotating cast of musicians over the years -- has always been known for its instrumental dexterity, but Daniels and company were also notorious for their down-home, good-old-boy attitude; in the early '80s, they became a virtual symbol of conservative country values. Daniels and his band experienced the height of their popularity at the end...
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