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merkinball wrote:Starting with Dirty South, Southern Rock Opera, or Decoration Day are all pretty safe bets. I'd go with Southern Rock Opera though, it's a great intro to Patterson/Cooley, who are the principal singers in the band and it's the album that brought them national attention. Jason Isbell was in for a few albums (Decoration Day, Dirty South, Blessing and a Curse) and his contributions are really strong too.
tybird wrote:as a live band, they are tough to beat.
Red Lukin wrote:For an album I'd suggest 'The Dirth South'. It's pure awesomeness!
DewieCox wrote:I gotta chime in hear as a now casual/most likely future big, big fan.
I really love everything about Southern Rock Opera. I like bits and pieces of stuff from the rest of their albums, but that one just floors me.
Recently caught A Secret to A Happy Ending and it gave alot of incite into their band dynamic and the history of the band. Hoping it jump starts a new wider appreciation for them.
helplessdancer wrote:just get the live from the 40 watt dvd
i played that dvd for some music lovers and they were totally convinced. it's total perfection. imo
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