The Western Sizzlers | For Ol' Times Sake

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For Ol' Times Sake

by The Western Sizzlers

The debut album. From a mystery band of "outlaws". Sounds like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Status Quo, Blackberry Smoke , Waylon Jennings, The Georgia Satellites all got together to make a good ol' fashioned country record ... and "rock" a little bit.
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. One More Beer
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2. Keep Smilin'
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3. Can't Win for Losing
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4. Sugar Pie
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5. I'll Die a Happy Man If It Kills Me
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6. Break the Rules
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3:28 album only
7. Shine
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8. One Day Closer to Crazy
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9. The Last Straw
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10. The Lion's Cage
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11. Unfinished Business
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12. The End
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A very famous country singer once said a real country song is defined by "Three chords and the truth". Every song on
"For Ol' Times Sake", qualifies in that department. Witty, charming and heartfelt, guaranteed to make you smile.
With the exception of the Status Quo classic, "Break The Rules" from 1974 , this collection was written by Kevin Jennings,
an Englishman who has lived in the heart of the southern U.S. for a long time and knows all about three chords and the truth.
Jennings called on some old friends to help him record the album and they accidentally became "The Western Sizzlers". Nobody knows who they are but they sure can play.


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