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4.6 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Snowesq ,

A Musical Influence Tribute Tour de Force

I could try and be really erudite but the "official" review covered all the really important bases. So, this is just one man's viewpoint. I was a big fan of the Sats, loving that slide work even when it was sloppy--like Woody's, it always had a lot of heart. Let me tell you about this album--it got me through my last year of law school, the bar exam (I passed), a divorce, the death of my second wife, long bouts of depression and unemployment and on into yet another marriage and a new life. This one freakin' album IS the soundtrack of a huge chunk of my life. And I'm still listening to it! Now, seriously, how many $9.90 investments have you ever made that pay dividends over a decade and a half! Buy it! But if you only want a couple of songs--in this order--Stellazine Blues, Six Year Gone (esp. if you're going thru a divorce) and Shake That Thing just to reassure yourself that, often, primal drives are the best drives!

Dadshoe ,

#1 on the required listening list

I am not sure how I missed this album when it first came out or where I have been since but... Wow. A Straight ahead, gut wrenching, butt kicking rock record if there ever was one. Great lyrics, emotion and oh yeah, guitars.

woodstock14 ,

Wish Current Rock Bands Did This As Well

After drowning for far too long in the backwash of Coldplay, Fleet Foxes, and other oh so precious bands of this era, I came up for air and a long overdue dose of good old rock n' roll from Dan and the Sats. This album so fills the bill. I love the tributes to the Stones, Faces, Little Feat -- but damn, Dan knows how to put his own spin on it all to get my windows rolled down and the car radio turned to 11. Nothing is watered down, it's all from the heart, and he is still out there doing this great stuff for all of us left to listen. We need you, Dan...see you next time you're in town. Dads, blast this for your kids. They need to know what real rock n' roll sounds like.

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