Music Review: Keep on Keepin on by The New Riders of the Purple Sagecategories: Music, Rock, Country Rock
Too Few People Heard This RecordFrom the first notes of the first song until the last number (Friend Of The Devil, which John Dawson co wrote) this is a superb album. The song writing and musicianship are more country than rock. This is not just a collector's item, it is a sincerely good if not great under-rated album. The title trac reflects founding member John Dawson's grit to go on with the band after loosing David Nelson and Buddy Cage. It has love songs, two great and one blase Rusty Gauthier numbers. Bounty Hunter and Barbaric Splendor are excellent, Big Ed doesn't do anything for me. Senorita is a real nice song. My teenage kids loved this album long after it was released.
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