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Lucky to Be Alive (Confederate Railroad album)

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Length  41:03
Release date  15 July 2016
Genre  Country music
Artist  Confederate Railroad
Label  BFD Records
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Released  July 15, 2016 (2016-07-15)
Producer  Blue Miller & Danny Shirley
Similar  Greatest Hits, Cheap Thrills, Keep On Rockin', When and Where, Notorious

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Lucky to Be Alive is the seventh studio album by the American country music band Confederate Railroad. The project marks the first album release in nine years for the Grammy-nominated group, and was released on July 15 to music retailers nationwide. The ACM award-winning band are also bringing the star power on the album, with guest appearances from Willie Nelson, John Anderson, Colt Ford and former NFL coach, Jerry Glanville, on a special 20th Anniversary version of the signature smash, “Trashy Women.”

Contents

In addition to the new, revamped version of “Trashy Women,” the highly anticipated album features all-new material. From the instantly catchy title track, to the feel-good anthem “If I Ever Cross That Line,” there is a perfect combination of intense ballads and infectious upbeat songs. Something new is that Danny is a writer on seven of the album’s tracks. The Blue Miller & Danny Shirley-produced album showcases the band’s unique style, bringing their southern–rock-meets-country-conscience front and center. “Fast Cars, Guitars and Fine Tuned Women” is another standout song, with a classic 90’s feel that will leave fans of traditional country music singing and dancing for days. It’s revved up by long-time friend of the band, Hall of Fame member, Charlie Daniels.

Another nod to Danny’s musical roots and ground-breaking track for Railroad is the shimmering bluegrass jewel “Don’t Feel As Young As I Used To” highlighted by guest artist Dan Tyminski of Union Station.

Track listing

  1. "Lucky To Be Alive" (Danny Shirley, Blue Miller, Sonny LeMaire) – 3:14
  2. "Played The Game" (Roger Alan Wade) – 3:29
  3. "If I Ever Cross That Line" (Danny Shirley, Blue Miller, Sonny LeMaire) – 3:46
  4. "The Man I Am Today" (Danny Shirley, Blue Miller) – 3:20
  5. "Trashy Women (20th Anniversary)" featuring Willie Nelson, John Anderson and Colt Ford (Chris Wall, Colt Ford) – 3:40
  6. "Somebody Like You" (Danny Shirley, Blue Miller, Sonny LeMaire) – 3:21
  7. "Goodbye Song" (Danny Shirley, Blue Miller, Sonny LeMaire) – 3:10
  8. "Whiskey And Women" (Danny Shirley, Tony Stampley, Larry Alderman) – 3:34
  9. "Fast Cars, Guitars and Fine Tuned Women" (Tony Stampley, Buck Moore, John Northrup, Ken Randolph) – 3:17
  10. "I’m Not Fallin’ For That (Bobby Randall, Rusty Henrix) – 3:38
  11. "Psycho Bitch From Hell (Live)" (Roger Alan Wade) – 3:18
  12. "Don’t Feel As Young As I Used To"(Danny Shirley, Blue Miller Tim Austin) – 3:16

Personnel

Confederate Railroad
  • Rusty Hendrix - electric guitar
  • Mark Dufresne - drums
  • Bobby Randall - steel guitar, fiddle, vocals
  • Mo Thaxton - guitar, vocals
  • Wayne Secrest - bass guitar
  • Danny Shirley - acoustic guitar, lead vocals
  • Songs

    1Lucky to Be Alive3:15
    2Played the Game3:30
    3If I Ever Cross That Line3:47

    References

    Lucky to Be Alive (Confederate Railroad album) Wikipedia


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