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|Charlie Band Daniels|
Volunteer Jam III & IV
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Digitally remastered edition of this live album from the Charlie Daniels Band. Formed in 1970, The Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer Jams have always resulted in some of the bands most interesting work. This set was recorded ... more »
Digitally remastered edition of this live album from the Charlie Daniels Band. Formed in 1970, The Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer Jams have always resulted in some of the bands most interesting work. This set was recorded live January 8, 1977 and January 14, 1978. 14 tracks.
Great Concert, Poor Sound
Maurice Jones | Doraville, GA USA | 06/04/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"When I saw that Cherry Red Records was going going to issue Volunteer Jam III and IV, I was very excited! I picked this up the LP several years ago and really enjoyed it. The orginal vinyl album had great sound. Unfortunately, Cherry Red cut corners on this release. Far from remastering this album from the orginal tapes- they just ripped it from a vinyl record (and a poor quality record at that!)and threw it on the CD. I swear, if you listen hard enough, you can hear the needle skip and pop. Compare this to Wounded Bird Records,which has just released Grinder Switch's Redwing album, remastered from the tapes with great sound. It's a shame that Cherry Red cheaped out on this release- what other concert has CDB, Willie Nelson, Grinder Switch, Winter Brothers Band and part of Wet Willie? This release could have been so much more."