Bring It Back Alive

Bring It Back Alive

by The Outlaws

Overview

Of all the successful Southern Rock bands, The Outlaws had the least distinctive sound. Sure, there's some fine guitar work and nice jams on this live album, but otherwise The Outlaws do not have much to offer. Their material is run of the mill and the vocals are unexceptional. Includes live versions of the hit "There Goes Another Love Song" and the "Freebird" wannabe "Green Grass and High Tides." Just an okay live album by an okay band.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/24/1989
Label: Arista
UPC: 0078221811422
catalogNumber: 8114

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Outlaws   Primary Artist
Freddie Salem   Guitar,Vocals
Harvey Dalton Arnold   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar,Vocals
David Dix   Percussion,Drums
Bill Jones   Guitar,Vocals
Hughie Thomasson   Guitar,Vocals
Monte Yoho   Percussion,Drums

Technical Credits

Allan Blazek   Producer
Kelly Kotera   Engineer
Bill Szymczyk   Producer,Executive Producer
John Barrett   Contributor
Ron Kellum   Art Direction
Nick Fasciano   Contributor
Ross Alexander   Engineer
Alex Clark   Engineer
Peter Yanos   Engineer
Joseph Foglia   Engineer
Rick Sanchez   Engineer

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Bring It Back Alive 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dueling guitars at their best, the Outlaws made their reputation on their energetic and impressive live performances. This album captures that energy and comes as close as possible to experiencing a real Outlaws live performance. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not have said it any better. I read once that The Outlaws are the musicians that musicians go to see preform live. You just gotta see it!!!!!!!!