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Midnight Communion

by Russell Smith and the Amazing Rhythm Aces

Americana, roots, country, rock
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Midinght Communion
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2. I'm a Dog
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3. I Got a Real George Jones
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4. We're in the Same Boat
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5. Randolph's General Store
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6. That's Not My Problem Anymore
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7. What I Was Born to Do
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8. She Don't Know Her Own Strength
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9. Under the Overpass
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10. Let It Burn
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Album Notes
The band who brought you Third Rate Romance, The End is Not in Sight (The Cowboy Tune), and Amazing Grace (Used to Be Her Favorite Song). Featuring singer-songwriter extraordinaire Russell Smith on electric/rhythm guitar, The "Fantastic Willie T." (Billy Earheart) on keyboards, Kelvin Holly on lead guitar and backup vocals, Mark Horn on drums, and Lorne Rall on bass. After 30 years the Grammy Award winning Aces are still sizzlin' hot!


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Rainer Zepernick

Very good new album
Russell Smith's voice is again what this album makes special. Some very good songs. A feeling like in the 70s and 80s. Only the artwork/cover is too simple and not professional.

Sandy Conner

Russell just gets better & this album especially "Let it Burn" Amazing Rhythm Aces band can't be beat since the 70's ..still great today.

Drew Samarin

Liked these guys in the 70's
These guys were great in the 70's on vinyl and it is a blast to hear them again at a later time with a meaningful sound.

Don Strandberg

The Best
There best since, Burning the Ballroom Down. 40 years in the making. The Aces are the most over looked band on the planet. Russell is an amazing singer and writer.