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The Outlaws - KFML FM Radio - 1975 (Read 12 times)
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The Outlaws - KFML FM Radio - 1975
05/29/09 at 13:50:34
 
Perhaps another one of the greatest Southern Rock bands to ever grace the stage. While the Outlaws are generally considered to be a part of the Southern Rock genre, there are distinct differences in their approach and their influences. Their primary similarity to other Southern Rock bands is the dual lead guitar interplay, a defining characteristic of many Southern Rock bands. However, the Outlaws’ mix of country and rock elements displays the vocal harmony influences of groups like Buffalo Springfield, the Byrds, and Poco. Their use of three and four part harmonies set them apart from their contemporaries who usually relied on a single lead vocalist.

The Outlaws
Ebbit's Field House
Denver, CO.
KFML FM Radio
7-23-1975

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