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Classic live performance by The Charlie Daniels Band at the famous Capitol Theater in Passaic New Jersey from November 22, 1985. Pressed on 180 gram marbled red and black double vinyl and limited to 200 copies worldwide. Authorized by the Estate of the late Charlie Daniels.In 1979, The Charlie Daniels Band released their most commercially successful album, Million Mile Reflections, which reached number five and was certified triple-platinum. It featured the single "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1979, and won Daniels the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance. The band also attracted a high-profile fan in President Jimmy Carter, who used Daniels' song "The South's Gonna Do It Again" as Carter's campaign theme; after Carter's win, the band performed at his 1977 inauguration. In 1980, Daniels played himself in the film Urban Cowboy, starring John Travolta, and as a result became closely identified with the revival of country music generated by the film's success. Subsequently, the combination of the success of the more country-oriented song and the decline in popularity of Southern rock led Daniels to shift focus in his sound from rock to country music.[ After the platinum certified Full Moon (1980) and the gold certified Windows (1982), Daniels would not have another hit album until the 1989 release Simple Man, which earned Daniels another gold album.
Classic live performance by The Charlie Daniels Band at the famous Capitol Theater in Passaic New Jersey from November 22, 1985. Pressed on 180 gram marbled red and black double vinyl and limited to 200 copies worldwide. Authorized by the Estate of the late Charlie Daniels.In 1979, The Charlie Daniels Band released their most commercially successful album, Million Mile Reflections, which reached number five and was certified triple-platinum. It featured the single "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1979, and won Daniels the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance. The band also attracted a high-profile fan in President Jimmy Carter, who used Daniels' song "The South's Gonna Do It Again" as Carter's campaign theme; after Carter's win, the band performed at his 1977 inauguration. In 1980, Daniels played himself in the film Urban Cowboy, starring John Travolta, and as a result became closely identified with the revival of country music generated by the film's success. Subsequently, the combination of the success of the more country-oriented song and the decline in popularity of Southern rock led Daniels to shift focus in his sound from rock to country music.[ After the platinum certified Full Moon (1980) and the gold certified Windows (1982), Daniels would not have another hit album until the 1989 release Simple Man, which earned Daniels another gold album.
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Live At The Capitol Theater November 22 1985 - Red Marble Colored Vinyl
Artist: Daniels, Charlie Band
Format: Vinyl
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2. Jitterbug
3. M.I.A
4. Class of '63
5. American Rock and Roll
6. One Way Out
7. Still Hurtin' Me
8. In America
9. Long Haired Country Boy
10. Drinkin' My Baby Goodbye
11. Texas
12. The Devil Went Down to Georgia

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Classic live performance by The Charlie Daniels Band at the famous Capitol Theater in Passaic New Jersey from November 22, 1985. Pressed on 180 gram marbled red and black double vinyl and limited to 200 copies worldwide. Authorized by the Estate of the late Charlie Daniels.In 1979, The Charlie Daniels Band released their most commercially successful album, Million Mile Reflections, which reached number five and was certified triple-platinum. It featured the single "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1979, and won Daniels the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance. The band also attracted a high-profile fan in President Jimmy Carter, who used Daniels' song "The South's Gonna Do It Again" as Carter's campaign theme; after Carter's win, the band performed at his 1977 inauguration. In 1980, Daniels played himself in the film Urban Cowboy, starring John Travolta, and as a result became closely identified with the revival of country music generated by the film's success. Subsequently, the combination of the success of the more country-oriented song and the decline in popularity of Southern rock led Daniels to shift focus in his sound from rock to country music.[ After the platinum certified Full Moon (1980) and the gold certified Windows (1982), Daniels would not have another hit album until the 1989 release Simple Man, which earned Daniels another gold album.
        
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