The Charlie Daniels Band to Release "Land That I Love" on August 10
Tue, 03 Aug 2010 10:49:21
Patriots rejoice! Legendary Blue Hat Records/E1 Entertainment act, The Charlie Daniels Band, are set to release a new collection of patriotic songs on August 10 titled Land That I Love. It is certainly a patriotic, America-loving slab of songs, and I certainly applaud the band for that. You needn't live in a Red State in order to appreciate this batch of songs that show love and respect for this great country of ours. But it certainly is filled to the brim with American anthems that espouse the virtues of the country.
The full-length release, co-produced by Daniels, Patrick Kelly and Casey Wood, features 15 tracks, including newly recorded studio versions of "Iraq Blues" and "(What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010." "Iraq Blues" was written during previous Charlie Daniels Band tours in Iraq, and the 2010 update of "(What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010" includes an additional verse the iconic musician wrote to "reflect life in America in the 21st Century." While it certainly is a very pro-American stance, there's nothing wrong with that. Even if you are super liberal like me!
Other songs on the collection include Daniels classics such as "Simple Man," "This Ain't No Rag, It's A Flag," "In America," "Still in Saigon" and more. Land That I Love will be available digitally through most major online retailers, including iTunes, Amazon.com and Rhapsody.com, and in select retail stores on August 10. The "Iraq Blues" and "(What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010" singles are both currently available at iTunes and Amazon.com. What the hell are you waiting for then?
The Charlie Daniels Band continues their busy tour schedule through the end of 2010, kicking off a run of Sean Hannity Freedom Concert performances on August 6 in Jackson, NJ. For more information and updated CDB tour dates, visit www.CharlieDaniels.com.
Land That I Love track listing is as follows:
1. My Beautiful America
2. America, I Believe In You
3. American Farmer
4. Let Freedom Ring
5. (What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010
6. This Ain't No Rag, It's A Flag
7. Still In Saigon
8. The Last Fallen Hero
9. In America
10. Star Spangled Banner
11. Freedom And Justice For All
12. Iraq Blues
13. Simple Man
14. Red Skelton's Pledge Of Allegiance
15. Summer Of '68
Did you fully comprehend that CDB are really pro-American and pro-America? Did you figure that out from the first three song titles or is your skull six feet thick?