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Soul Gravy [Import]

Cross Canadian Ragweed Audio CD

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5. Sick And Tired
6. Hammer Down
7. Flowers
8. Leave Me Alone
9. Down
10. Wanna Rock & Roll
11. Alabama (New Version)
12. Pay
13. Too Far Gone

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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  32 reviews
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING ALBUM 18 Feb 2005
By OKC-G - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I First saw Cross Canadian at a bar in Davis, Oklahoma back in 2002 and was very impressed with their live show. There was a ton of energy and they played a really great show. This is an amazing band that has been around for awhile, Soul Gravy is there newest album and it doesnt dissapoint, I would classify them as Red Dirt Country or Texas Country even though they are from Oklahoma some would call it southern rock. All in all it is a great album from a great band 5 STARS, plus it comes with a DVD of a live show so you can see what its like but it doesnt compare with the real deal.

BUY THIS ALBUM AND SUPPORT THIS BAND AND GO TO A SHOW IF YOU GET THE CHANCE.

standout songs - ALL OF THE SONGS STANDOUT. THIS IS AN AMAZING ALBUM FROM START TO FINISH
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Next Generation Southern Rock 31 Aug 2005
By guitar_man - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Cross Canadian Ragweed confirms the belief that the heart of Southern Rock is still beating. I wish mainstream country radio played this stuff more often. These guys ROCK!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Group Out There 24 Mar 2004
By Kelly Edwards - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
My friends and I began listening to CCR about 2 years ago and they just keep getting better. CCR may be the only group that makes a cd that you don't have to skip songs, you can listen to the whole thing. The DVD is awsome it's just like a live concert (we've been to 5) and they rock. Best song on Soul Gravy is Strangle Hold. Let track 13 play through 6:30 and it begins. This is a group that will actually talk with you after a show, I talked with Grady and Cody after a show in Little Rock and Fayetteville and their pretty damn cool. I'm glad they are finally getting air time in my area. All the songs are greatbut, tracks 1, 2, 4, 10, 11, and 13 rock for a "country group." A must buy for everyone.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Goofball name, terrific band 18 Jun 2005
By D. G. Devin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
We picked up some CCR albums last year when they were listed as the warmup act for a ZZ Top concert we were going to. We liked the recordings and we loved their live show. CCR suffers from an identity problem, they think they're a rock band with a strong country influence but the music industry thinks they're alt.country. And let's face it, the name of the band doesn't help. Fortunately the music speaks for itself, this band has solid song-writing and they deliver a smoking live show, the ZZ Top audience had never heard of them but still gave them a standing ovation at the end of their set. This is a good album and there are several songs here that could be hits if radio stations would play them, but whether they make it big or remain a cult band, CCR is good stuff.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars And I thought the "Purple Disc" was their best... 22 Mar 2004
By A. Avery - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
When I first heard the Purple disc, I fell in love with this band right away. After seeing their video for "17" and playing the single until it wore out, I bought the album. It was awesome. When I found out this was their new one, I bought it as soon as I found it. I expected it to be good, but not as good as the Purple disc.
I was wrong. Very, very wrong. "Soul Gravy" has got to be one of the best country-rock albums ever. And it's not just country-rock, it's the blues, heavy country, rock, etc. It's hard to listen to this disc and not sing along or tap your hands on the steering wheel as you fly down the road, with this disc as your soundtrack to life. It has fast rock songs, slow country songs, songs that make you look at your own life and being, and songs that just make you happy.
One of, if not THE, best track on the album is "Hammer Down." If you happen to be in the car when this comes on, look out -- you'll soon be doing about 70 without realizing it. It's a great song, from start to finish. My other personal favorite was the ballad "Sick and Tired." Truly a soul-touching song.
It is a shame though, that bands like this get such little, if any, radio airplay. Staying true to their music and their fans is highly respectable, but I wish more people knew about CCR. Once people hear their songs, they get hooked, and CCR could conquer American radio, and not just country. Part of me wonders if the radio "people" refuse to play them because they are countryish-rockers, and aren't too marketable because 12-year-old girls won't buy the CDs. But as long as everybody who buys the CD shows it to their friends, CCR will continue to become more and more popular, as it is hard to not like them.
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