Visit our newly remodeled, state of the art museum, featuring over 50 years of music memorabilia. From the early days in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to the Country Music Hall of Fame, people of all ages enjoy this experience the story of ALABAMA's history. Our museum includes many personal items, videos, pictures, awards and gifts from other artists, never before seen in public until now.
Harold's producer-engineer role on the album remains a scoop. But the songs-and the songs' relationship-that Harold had actualized via his work with Ray Charles and B.B. King prior to working with ALABAMA, are now re-presented to the public. The trumpet blares in songs like "The Runaway Man," "Birmingham Jail," and "Supersoaker," while slide guitar is used expertly in the more country-rock tunes."
"Oh, yeah, and the guest spots on the album are just off the charts. We threw Harold into the music like a dart. He certainly became one helluva part of this whole thing." During the sessions, Harold had become a guru on the stand-up harmonica. He was co-writing with Viktor in the music room and playing with Alabama's band on the road. And where there before had been no harmony, now there is. They've hired musicians to take Harold and him to other sites (like the Grand Ole Opry) and Bobby (Bell) is skillfully replicating those parts. d2c66b5586