Dixie Dregs - Free Fall [Capricorn Records CP-0189] (27 May 1977)

Released: 27 May 1977
Country: US
Label: Capricorn Records
Catalog: CP-0189
Genre: Rock

Item# SR-CACP0189
Ratings: C=VG; LP=VG+
Note: Promotional copy

T R A C K L I S T:
01 Free Fall
02 Holiday
03 Hand Jig
04 Moe Down
05 Refried Funky Chicken
06 Sleep
07 Cruise Control
08 Cosmopolitan Traveler
09 Dig The Ditch
10 Wages Of Weirdness
11 Northern Lights




Free Fall
Dixie Dregs


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Album Review

Robert Taylor [allmusic.com]

The debut recording from the Dixie Dregs (The Great Spectacular is considered a demo) stands as one fusion's high-water marks. This music is wholly original and played with a freshness and vigor that had begun to wane in a genre that was becoming a model in self-parody. The influences here are plentiful, but it is the country roots that provide the music with its vitality. Founder/guitarist Steve Morse proved to be an important new guitarist, offering an inimitable style with the technique the music demands. The music is complex and challenging, but that's easy to overlook due to the band's sunny approach. While they would go on to create more fully realized recordings, this one proved that fusion had a soul.