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Alabama|Greatest Hits Vol.2

Greatest Hits Vol.2

Alabama

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Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 contains a 11-track cross-section of Alabama's hit singles from the mid- and late '80s, including the number one singles "Dixieland Delight," "Lady Down On Love," "The Closer You Get," "Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)," "Fallin' Again," "Song of the South," "High Cotton," and "Take Me Down." On the, this second volume is even stronger than the first and represents some of the best mainstream rock-influenced country of the '80s.
© Thom Owens /TiVo

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1
Born Country
00:03:17

B. Hill, Composer - B. Hill, Lyricist - Josh Leoh, Producer - Larry Michael Lee, Producer - John Schweers, Composer - John Schweers, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Then Again
00:03:43

Jeff Silbar, Lyricist - Jeff Silbar, Composer - Josh Leoh, Producer - Larry Michael Lee, Producer - Rick Bowles, Composer - Rick Bowles, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1991 BMG Music

3
Dixieland Delight
00:05:22

Harold Shed, Producer - Ronnie Rogers, Composer - Ronnie Rogers, Lyricist - Alabama, Performer - Alabama, Producer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Lady Down On Love
00:03:57

Harold Shed, Producer - Randy Owen, Composer - Randy Owen, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment

5
The Closer You Get
00:03:35

Harold Shed, Producer - J.P. Pennington, Composer - J.P. Pennington, Lyricist - Allan Gray, Composer - Allan Gray, Lyricist - Mark Gray, Composer - Mark Gray, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (Album Version)
00:04:15

Harold Shed, Producer - Dave Loggins, Composer - Dave Loggins, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1984 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Fallin' Again
00:03:58

Harold Shed, Producer - Randy Owen, Composer - Randy Owen, Lyricist - Jim Cotton, Engineer - Teddy Gentry, Composer - Teddy Gentry, Lyricist - Joe Scaife, Engineer - Greg Fowler, Composer - Greg Fowler, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Song of the South
00:03:10

Bob McDill, Composer - Bob McDill, Lyricist - Josh Leoh, Producer - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1989 Sony Music Entertainment

9
High Cotton
00:03:00

Roger Murrah, Composer - Roger Murrah, Lyricist - Josh Leoh, Producer - Larry Michael Lee, Producer - Scott Anders, Composer - Scott Anders, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1989 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Take Me Down
00:04:52

Harold Shed, Producer - Gene Rice, Engineer - J.P. Pennington, Composer - J.P. Pennington, Lyricist - Mark Gray, Composer - Mark Gray, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1982, BMG Music

11
Hats Off
00:03:57

Ronnie Rogers, Composer - Ronnie Rogers, Lyricist - Randy Owen, Composer - Randy Owen, Lyricist - Josh Leoh, Producer - Teddy Gentry, Composer - Teddy Gentry, Lyricist - Larry Michael Lee, Producer - Greg Fowler, Composer - Greg Fowler, Lyricist - Alabama, Producer - Alabama, Performer

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 contains a 11-track cross-section of Alabama's hit singles from the mid- and late '80s, including the number one singles "Dixieland Delight," "Lady Down On Love," "The Closer You Get," "Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)," "Fallin' Again," "Song of the South," "High Cotton," and "Take Me Down." On the, this second volume is even stronger than the first and represents some of the best mainstream rock-influenced country of the '80s.
© Thom Owens /TiVo

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