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The original Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen was formed in 1967 and back then there wasn't anything like this wild aggregation of longhairs in cowboy shirts, who coalesced into a tight, swinging, rocking unit when they made their debut album, Lost in the Ozone - Their eclectic tastes and versatility were unmatched then, as they are today - Regrouping over ffty years later to record "Back From the Ozone", the classic mix of material on this album fnds Bill Kirchen and John Tichy on guitars and "Buffalo" Bruce Barlow on bass, alternating steel duties are Bobby Black, still going strong well into his eighties, and Peter Siegel - Add drummerPaul Revelli, with pianist Austin de Lone in place of the late George "Commander" Frayne, and the Lost Planet Airmen of 2023 is one helluva band The album opens with the Airmen's classic version of "Ain't Nothin' Shakin'" and holds your attention for the best part of three quarters of an hour before their campfre fickers out as they ti- yi- yippy "On the Cowboy Trail." This may be a reunion, but it's also a supergroup. Now as then, it is stellar musicians having too much fun
The original Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen was formed in 1967 and back then there wasn't anything like this wild aggregation of longhairs in cowboy shirts, who coalesced into a tight, swinging, rocking unit when they made their debut album, Lost in the Ozone - Their eclectic tastes and versatility were unmatched then, as they are today - Regrouping over ffty years later to record "Back From the Ozone", the classic mix of material on this album fnds Bill Kirchen and John Tichy on guitars and "Buffalo" Bruce Barlow on bass, alternating steel duties are Bobby Black, still going strong well into his eighties, and Peter Siegel - Add drummerPaul Revelli, with pianist Austin de Lone in place of the late George "Commander" Frayne, and the Lost Planet Airmen of 2023 is one helluva band The album opens with the Airmen's classic version of "Ain't Nothin' Shakin'" and holds your attention for the best part of three quarters of an hour before their campfre fickers out as they ti- yi- yippy "On the Cowboy Trail." This may be a reunion, but it's also a supergroup. Now as then, it is stellar musicians having too much fun
5052442019596
Back From The Ozone
Artist: Lost Planet Airmen
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ain't Nothin' Shakin'
2. Out Of My Mind
3. Feel Like I'm 21
4. Git It
5. Wine Do Yer Stuff
6. Back To Tennessee
7. I Can't Get High
8. My Window Faces The South
9. Oh Momma Momma
10. Little Bitty Record
11. Olivette
12. On The Cowboy Trai

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The original Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen was formed in 1967 and back then there wasn't anything like this wild aggregation of longhairs in cowboy shirts, who coalesced into a tight, swinging, rocking unit when they made their debut album, Lost in the Ozone - Their eclectic tastes and versatility were unmatched then, as they are today - Regrouping over ffty years later to record "Back From the Ozone", the classic mix of material on this album fnds Bill Kirchen and John Tichy on guitars and "Buffalo" Bruce Barlow on bass, alternating steel duties are Bobby Black, still going strong well into his eighties, and Peter Siegel - Add drummerPaul Revelli, with pianist Austin de Lone in place of the late George "Commander" Frayne, and the Lost Planet Airmen of 2023 is one helluva band The album opens with the Airmen's classic version of "Ain't Nothin' Shakin'" and holds your attention for the best part of three quarters of an hour before their campfre fickers out as they ti- yi- yippy "On the Cowboy Trail." This may be a reunion, but it's also a supergroup. Now as then, it is stellar musicians having too much fun
        
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