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Artist: The Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Title: Time Warp: The Very Best Of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: A&M Records
Genre: Southern Rock, Country Rock
Total Time: 01:15:49

The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Time Warp: The Very Best Of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils (2000)


01. If You Wanna Get to Heaven (03:04)
02. Jackie Blue (04:10)
03. Country Girl (03:14)
04. Chicken Train (03:37)
05. Spaceship Orion (03:08)
06. Standing on the Rock (03:53)
07. Road to Glory (04:51)
08. You Made It Right (03:44)
09. Look Away (03:33)
10. E.E. Lawson (03:31)
11. It Probably Always Will (03:13)
12. Walkin Down the Road (03:25)
13. It'll Shine When It Shines (03:39)
14. Keep on Churnin (02:54)
15. Leatherwood (04:01)
16. Cobblestone Mountain (02:24)
17. Mr. Powell (03:13)
18. Homemade Wine (02:37)
19. Arroyo (05:07)
20. Giving It All to the Wind (04:15)
21. Time Warp (04:07)

Although it omits three songs from the far less comprehensive (and deleted) 1983 12-track Best Of, and doesn't include any live or post-A&M music, this 2000 release stands as the final word on the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' career. Cherry-picking 21 tunes from their five studio album stint circa 1974-1978 – with the lion's share coming from their first three albums and only three selections from the final two – this is pretty much all you'll need from the under-recognized band that worked in the '70s country-rock shadows of Poco and Firefall, but weren't as dependable or pop savvy as either. In fact, their biggest hit, the Hall & Oates, blue-eyed soul-styled "Jackie Blue," was so atypical of the band's characteristically down-home approach that it ultimately may have been more damaging to their career than if they had clicked with a song more representative of their crisp, rural country pop/rock. As enjoyable and pleasantly organic as they were, the group lacked a distinctive vocalist, direction, and most importantly great songs. This collection focuses on their less commercially rocking, more rootsy side, and as such it's a consistently listenable, predominantly chronological compilation that is all any but the most die-hard fan will ever need. An extensive essay (including quotes from bandmembers) and rare photos in the disc's 16-page booklet sweeten the pot and make this as definitive an overview from a talented also-ran outfit as necessary. Like its closing title track, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils lived in a stylistic time warp, comfortable within its own limitations and unwilling – but not unable – to break free of them.

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