Charlie Daniels
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Charlie Daniels, violinista bluegrass di Nashville (reso celebre presso i freak da Uneasy Rider, un talking-bluegrass del 1973) titolare di diverse Volunteer Jam con i mostri sacri del southern-rock, impersona la quintessenza dello sciovinismo sudista (il western-swing The South's Gonna Do It, 1975; Devil Went Down To Georgia, 1979; In America, 1981). I suoi album milionari sono Fire On The Mountain (1974) e Million Mile Reflections (1979) Adding two drummers to the twin lead-guitar format of the Allman Brothers Band, and blending this extended line-up with a more genuine rural spirit, the band of Nashivlle's bluegrass fiddler Charlie Daniels came to impersonate the middle-class of the Midwest: the talking-bluegrass Uneasy Rider (1973), the western-swing The South's Gonna Do It (1975), Devil Went Down To Georgia (1979), In America (1981). His million-selling albums were Fire On The Mountain (1974) and Million Mile Reflections (1979). Starting in 1964, Daniels organized "volunteer jams" with other notorious outlaws.
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