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Fiddle Fire: 25 Years of the Charlie Daniels Band album for sale by Charlie Daniels was released Jul 12, 2005 on the Blue Hat label. Charlie Daniels displays his exceptional fiddle playing in this compilation of his best fiddle songs. Fiddle Fire: 25 Years of the Charlie Daniels Band songs From the obvious inclusions like "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "The South's Gonna Do It Again," to lesser-known romps like "Texas" and "Talk to Me Fiddle," there isn't a bad track on the disc. Daniels delivers perhaps the definitive version of the country-bluegrass "Orange Blossom Special," and downright rocks the log cabin with "Drinkin' My Baby Goodbye." An excellent collection of Tennessee mountain-inspired fiddle-sawing. Fiddle Fire: 25 Years of the Charlie Daniels Band CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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Fiddle Fire: 25 Years of the Charlie Daniels Band songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6870126|
|Release Date||Jul 12, 2005|
|Producer||Ron W. Griffin|
|Engineer||Ron W. Griffin|
|Recording Time||48 minutes|
|Personnel||Charlie Daniels - vocals, fiddle|
Jack Gavin - drums, percussion
Bruce Brown - guitar
Also: Chris Rodriguez, Carl Marsh, Keith Urban, Ray Benson, Max Carl, Lee Roy Parnell, Carolyn Corlew, Tom Snyder
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