Monday, April 05, 2010

The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Now Hear This! (1990)

"Now Hear This!" was a cassette only release by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils and only sold at their concerts. Close on the heels of their
"Heart Of The Country" and "Modern History" albums, this actually doubles 6 tracks of those albums. Which leaves us with 4 tracks unknown up till that time. "Hilltop Girl", "There Ought To Be A Law", Gonna Buy Me A Car" and "Flame Of Laredo". All good stuff. This version features two bonus track: "Dreams" and "Better Days". Quality overall is pretty good. And the music is as good as ever. I had this provided to me by both Holger and Mark; thanks guys! OMD was always one of the finer bands on the Country side of Southern Rock. In my opinion. Which is one that counts here ;-) Now hear this!


Ozark said...

I´m hardly can´t believe it!
OMD "Now Hear This" after all these years.
Thank you so much!!!!

Luiz Byrds said...

Thanks for the OMD albuns. I have just downloaded them. Now, I'll listen to them.
Do you have any bootleg from them?

Luiz Byrds (from Brazil)

zappahead said...

Skydog....I've spent a good hour or so looking through your blog and found it absolutely many good albums which i've taken advantage of....very much appreciated...and I'll be sure to come back.....thanks very much....cheers.

Skydogg said...

Thanks zappahead. The blog is dormant, I just replace any dead links that are reported. I may be back one day, so I better keep it breathing..

joanofark06 said...

Thank You so much for this! One cd I've looked for everywhere online is the last studio album called "13". Is there anyway you could post it? I'd really appreciate it!

ido magic said...

Mark S Berry is presently at the helm of the Attack Group of companies, an independent media company. His Canadian productions have included I Mother Earth, two platinum albums for The Headstones, The Killjoys, Nothing In Particular, Fence, Burton Cummings (The Guess Who) platinum solo effort, and Up Close & Alone.