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Dickey Betts & Great Southern – Atlanta's Burning Down

Dickey Betts & Great Southern – Atlanta's Burning Down

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    Atlanta's Burning Down by Dickey Betts & Great Southern was the second studio album by the band, and was released in 1978 on the Arista label. The album featured a mix of southern rock and blues-influenced songs, with a strong focus on guitar work and vocal harmonies.  

    The title track "Atlanta's Burning Down" is a bluesy ballad that reflects on the history of Atlanta, Georgia and its struggles, including the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. "Mr. Blues Man" is another blues-influenced track that showcases Betts' guitar skills, with a catchy melody and lyrics that tell the story of a blues musician.

    "Back On The Road Again" is a more upbeat track that features a driving rhythm section and a catchy guitar riff. The song tells the story of a musician who is always on the move, traveling from town to town and playing music for the people. Another notable tracks on the album includes "Good Time Feeling".


    A1 Good Time Feeling 4:27
    A2 Atlanta's Burning Down 4:30
    A3 Leavin' Me Again 4:16
    A4 Back On The Road Again 4:10
    B1 Dealin' With The Devil 3:42
    B2 Shady Streets 4:00
    B3 You Can Have Her (I Don't Want Her) 3:51
    B4 Mr. Blues Man 4:12