Amazing Rhythm Aces - How The Hell Do You Spell Rythum album download
Complete your The Amazing Rhythm Aces collection. Maybe the rarest, but also possibly the best album from . This is a great, versatile mixture of all the musical ingredients this band was made of. The opener "What kind of love is this?" is a country rock classic easily on par with anything The Eagles, Poco and others have done on the rockier side of that genre. Another, this time strongly country oriented masterpiece is "Big ole brew". The rest of the album is ok at worst, great at best, moving from style and feeling to another without limits.
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The Amazing Rhythm Aces is an American country rock group, which has characterized its music as "American music" or "roots music"-a blend of rock, country, blues, R&B, folk, reggae and Latino. The band is best known for its 1975 hit "Third Rate Romance". They have released 18 albums over 30 years (a period including a 15-year hiatus). They released another album, How the Hell Do You Spell Rhythum, before disbanding. Smith became a successful songwriter and had some minor successes on the country charts as a solo artist, Earheart joined Hank Williams, J. s Bama Band, and Cameron joined Sawyer Brown, a group that found significant chart success in the 1980s with a sound similar to the Amazing Rhythm Aces. The Amazing Rhythm Aces. How the Hell Do You Spell Rythum? - 175. Warner Bros.
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Album by The Amazing Rhythm Aces. What Kind Of Love Is This? Object Of My Affection. You Left The Water Running. I Musta Died And Gone To Texas. Living On Borrowed Time. Farther On Down The Road. Give Me The Flowers While I'm Living.
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It was originally recorded by the American country rock band Amazing Rhythm Aces, whose version appeared on their 1980 album, How the Hell Do You Spell Rythum?. In the beginning of the film Stripes, Bill Murray's character sings the line, "One of these days everything that I want's gonna be mine, But if it ain't that'll be alright as long as there's sunshine and a big ole brew. Since Stripes was released in 1981, he must have been quoting the original Amazing Rhythm Aces version from 1980
A great album from a great band. This one follows the progressin of . as members change and they put a fresh twist to R&B. Maybe their best but to me their best is the one I am playing at the time. This is the last album of their orginal run through the 70's. A must have for any .