Tag: Drivin N Cryin
The Recoup Song Of The Day for Friday, February 12th is “Straight To Hell” by Drivin N Cryin, taken from the Blank Records release Live At The Print Shop.
Taken from the Drivin N Cryin release, Live The Love Beautiful.
By 1997, Atlanta rockers Drivin’ N Cryin’ had been through the major label machine. Stripped down to a power trio, they doubled down and made a no-frills album that would close out the band’s first era on a extremely high note.
When it came to their music, Georgia-based rockers Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ always defied expectations; they were a red-hot Southern Rock band who could quickly turn into a damn fine roots-rock group. Their third album, Mystery Road, is arguably their best, and this deluxe edition shows why. It’s a blend of all sorts of styles, and has been expanded with a handful of demos to show that the album was no fluke.
Southern rockers Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ have never fully received the respect due them. This collection of outtakes, demos, and other recordings from the band’s vaults demonstrates how potent a band they are, even in their less guarded moments.
The story of Southern rocker and lifer Kevn Kinney is told with this superb documentary.
A recent documentary about an underrated Southern rock band makes a wonderful case for the band’s legacy.