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Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
Rossington Collins Band
Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Rossington Collins Band
Title: Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
Members Wishing: 9
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Style: Southern Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 076731122021

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Perfect Record For Anytime..Anyplace...Anywhere.
F. Gentile | Lake Worth, Florida, United States | 06/20/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I really need to get a c.d. of this, as my album is just about worn out. I don't fit anything like the profile you'd expect for a fan of a Southern rock band, but I like good music, and this album has always been a consistent favorite of mine. I bought it when it first came out, I don't even remember what made me decide to buy it, as I was into New Wave then, which was coming in on the remnants of disco. But the minute I put the needle on this album, I was hooked. I loved it. I must admit, though I found all the songs, then as now, tight and good, it was Dale Krantz' vocals that made this such a great album. I always liked Lynyrd Skynyrd, also, and this band, made up of several of the original L.S. members, had all their musicianship and talent. But adding Dale Krantz' vocals gave them their own unique sound. I recall at the time of this albums release, she was described as a combination of Janis Joplin & Aretha Franklin. Being a huge Janis fan, (Aretha's no slouch, either) I was intrigued about this girl that they dared to compare to her. Though no one can touch Janis to this day, I was very impressed with Dales vocals, the girl is fantastic!, and she can scream a plantive wail almost as good as Janis. She holds her own against the boys, as on such tunes as "Prime Time" and "Don't Misunderstand Me", then, on tunes like "Three Times As Bad" and "One Good Man", gives bluesy/power ballad performances worthy of the best of them. I consider this album, though it was never "mainstream", a classic album, but maybe the fact that it's different and unique is part of it's charm. Anyway, if you're a fan of good music with a Southern Rock twist, and then some, I think you would love this album. There's not a bad song on it."
Not your typical "southern rock".........
David P. Witt | Greenwood, Va. United States | 08/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"NO! NO! NO! This band was NOT Lynyrd Skynyrd resurected! RCB had their own sound,their own feel,and their own magic! That's not to say that there aren't "Skynyrd like" moments here & there (especially in the guitar department), but Skynyrd it most definitely aint. This band truly deserved to be set apart from ANYONE else. I love southern rock, but I just can't throw RCB into the same slot as Molly Hatchet, .38 Special, or Skynyrd for that matter. The musianship, as well as the song writing, is incredible on both RCB's albums. Their music makes you think AND stomp your feet at the same time! While the end of Skynyrd was truly a trajedy, I think the same could be said for the demise of this band. I believe the Rossington-Collins Band had a hell of lot more to give all of us."
The South Does it Again!!!!
amesolut | Fleetwood, PA | 06/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Between Lynyrd Skynyrd and the current Lynyrd Skynyrd band, Gary Rossington and Allen Collins formed this group. With the help of the fantastic Dale Krantz (who is now Mrs. Gary Rossington), this band continues to fire up the Southern Rock scene. For anyone who loves hard-driving Southern Rock, this one's for you! If anyone was a fan of 38 Special, Dale Krantz once did background vocals for them as well. Check out the current Lynyrd Skynyrd Band's DVD, Lyve From Steel Town, Dale is singing background....."