Released in gatefold sleeve. Recorded live in Dallas, Texas and Jacksonville, Florida by Fanta Sound except: A1, A4, B4, C1, C2, C3 recorded live in Jacksonville, Florida by the Full Sail Dream Machine Mixed at Parc Studios, Orlando, Florida. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 etched Sterling stamped): AL-40138-1C D G1 STERLING. Matrix, Runout (Side 2 etched Sterling stamped): BL-40138-A̶E̶ 1C G1 STERLING.
Molly Hatchet was followed by Flirtin' with Disaster in September 1979, with its title song another AOR hit, as was its first track, "Whiskey Man," from the album. Molly Hatchet proceeded to tour behind the records, building a larger fan base. By 1981, Molly Hatchet had evolved to a straight-ahead rock style and a slicker production, as exhibited on Take No Prisoners (November 1981). The band remained a successful act on the touring circuit. December 1985 saw the unveiling of the band's double live album Double Trouble Live, after which the band was dropped by Epic and the group's members began to ponder changing singers again to pursue more of an 80s pop rock sound. They ended up retaining Brown and their Southern Rock sound despite it being increasingly out of fashion in the mid-80s.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Rock Sudiste Molly Hatchet. Nom du groupe Molly Hatchet. Nom de l'album Double Trouble Live. Date de parution 1985. Style MusicalRock Sudiste. Membres possèdant cet album57.
Album · 1984 · 13 Songs. Gator Country (Live). 4. Flirtin' With Disaster (Live). 5. Stone In Your Heart (Live).
Southern Rock Molly Hatchet. Band Name Molly Hatchet. Album Name Double Trouble Live. Released date November 1985.
In the late '70s and early '80s, Molly Hatchet attempted to fill the massive void created by the disintegration of the Allman Brother's Band and the tragic demise of Lynyrd Skynyrd with their own brand of heavy Southern rock. Unfortunately, the Jacksonville sextet could never hope to measure up to their heroes, and the reverent covers of the Allmans' "Dreams I'll Never See" and Skynyrd's "Freebird" contained in Double Trouble Live only serve to expose the huge shadow cast over the band by these Southern Rock giants.
Double Trouble Live is a double LP live album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1985. The cover of "Freebird" and "Edge of Sundown" were songs usually performed by lead singer Danny Joe Brown and The Danny Joe Brown Band during his period of absence from Molly Hatchet. Live album by. Molly Hatchet.
|4||Flirtin' With Disaster||5:27|
|5||Stone In Your Heart||4:12|
|8||Boogie No More||7:33|
|10||Dreams I'll Never See||7:02|
|11||Edge Of Sundown||4:24|
|12||Fall Of The Peacemakers||7:11|
|13||Beatin' The Odds||3:41|
|EPC 88670, 88670||Molly Hatchet||Double Trouble Live (2xLP, Album)||Epic, Epic||EPC 88670, 88670||Europe||1985|
|466845 2||Molly Hatchet||Double Trouble Live (CD, Album, RE)||Epic||466845 2||Europe||Unknown|
|EGT 40137||Molly Hatchet||Double Trouble Live (Cass, Album)||Epic||EGT 40137||US||1985|
|E2 40137||Molly Hatchet||Double Trouble Live (Cass, Album, Promo)||Epic||E2 40137||US||1985|
|E2 40137||Molly Hatchet||Double Trouble Live (2xLP, Album)||Epic||E2 40137||US||1985|