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Album:
This Is The Way
Style:
Southern Rock
Released:
1981
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1980 mb
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1576 mb
WMA vers. size:
1779 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ★
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This Is the Way is the second and final studio album by The Rossington Collins Band. Gotta Get It Straight" (Krantz, Powell, Rossington) – 4:43. Tashauna" (Krantz, Rossington) – 4:57. Gonna Miss It When It's Gone" (Collins, Krantz, Rossington) – 3:51. Pine Box" (Harwood) – 3:04. Fancy Ideas" (Harwood, Hess, Wilkeson) – 4:36. Don't Stop Me Now" (Krantz, Rossington) – 3:43. Seems Like Every Day" (Krantz, Rossington) – 4:30. I'm Free Today" (Harwood) – 3:24.

The Rossington Collins Band - Allen Collins & Gary Rossington - August 13, 1980 - Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, New York. Photo by Gordie Pynn. The Rossington Collins Band. The Rossington Collins Band Three Times As Bad From The Anytime Anyplace Anywhere Album. from the 1981 release "This Is the Way"- MCA Records. 25 September 2013 ·. Mike Sims is with Karen Weber and 3 others. 18 September 2012 ·. Happy Birthday Leon. The Rossington Collins Band - Barry Lee Harwood and Leon Wilkeson - August 13, 1980 - Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, New York.

Album by Rossington Collins Band. Gotta Get It Straight. Gonna Miss It When It's Gone. Pine Box. Fancy Ideas. Don't Stop Me Now. Seems Like Every Day. I'm Free Today.

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Rossington Collins Band. Album This Is the Way. Tashauna Lyrics. He called himself a free bird, they pulled him from the sky He called himself a sharpshooter, by the gun he died Well, he called himself a lonely man, then he took his life But everyone of them, was one of a kind. Tashauna, Tashauna, where are you now Tashauna, Tashauna, one of a kind.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gotta Get It Straight
Written-By – Billy Powell, Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
4:20
A2 Tashauna
Written-By – Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
4:51
A3 Gonna Miss It When It's Gone
Written-By – Allen Collins, Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
3:28
A4 Pine Box
Written-By – Barry Harwood
2:54
A5 Fancy Ideas
Written-By – Barry Harwood, Derek Hess, Leon Wilkeson
5:09
B1 Don't Stop Me Now
Written-By – Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
4:39
B2 Seems Like Every Day
Written-By – Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
4:28
B3 I'm Free Today
Written-By – Barry Harwood
3:27
B4 Next Phone Call
Written-By – Dale Krantz*, Gary Rossington
3:24
B5 Means Nothing To You
Written-By – Barry Harwood
4:30

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design [Back Cover Design] – George Osaki
  • Bass – Leon Wilkeson
  • Design [Front Cover Design] – John Dunivent
  • Design [Inside Graphic Design] – Ann Thompson
  • Drums – Derek Hess
  • Engineer – Steve Klein
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Patrice Carroll
  • Guitar – Barry Harwood
  • Mastered By – Steve Kimball
  • Photography – Gordon Pynn
  • Piano – Billy Powell
  • Producer – Rossington Collins Band
  • Producer, Guitar – Allen Collins, Gary Rossington
  • Vocals – Dale Krantz*

Notes

Recorded at El Adobe (El Paso, Texas)
Mixed at Criteria Studios (Miami, Florida)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-5207 Rossington Collins Band This Is The Way ‎(LP, Album, Glo) MCA Records MCA-5207 US 1981
VIM 6272 Rossington Collins Band This Is The Way ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records VIM 6272 Japan 1981
I-204.189 Rossington Collins Band This Is The Way ‎(LP, Album, Gat) MCA Records I-204.189 Spain 1981
MCGC 4018 Rossington Collins Band This Is The Way ‎(Cass, Album) MCA Records MCGC 4018 UK 1981
MCA-5207 Rossington Collins Band This Is The Way ‎(LP, Album, Pin) MCA Records MCA-5207 US 1981


  • Cashoutmaster
With their sophomore effort, the Rossington-Collins Band pay due homage to Ronnie Van Zandt with the songs "Tashauna" and "Pine Box," and rock with the best of 'em on "Gotta Get It Straight" and "Gonna Miss It When It's Gone." In 1987, the surviving members of Lynyrd Skynyrd performed on a "tribute tour" that led to the re-formation of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Band, debuting on Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam in 1987. Rossington Collins Band were spawned by one of rock music's most well-known tragedies -- in October of 1979, two years after the plane crash that killed Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, new guitarist Steve Gaines, and his sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines, surviving members Gary Rossington and Allen Collins (guitars), Leon Wilkeson (bass), and keyboardist Bill Powell decided to try working together again, this time fronted by singer Dale Krantz. They were trying to be something other than a Lynyrd Skynyrd clone, although as the latter group had expressed the musical leanings of all concerned quite honestly, they also weren't moving far from the tree that had spawned them. Krantz had previously been a backup singer behind Donnie Van Zant, Ronnie's brother, in .38 Special, which itself owed something to Skynyrd's sound. With Barry Harwood bringing a third guitar to the table and Derek Hess taking the drummer spot, they pulled their sound together fast, and waiting in the wings was MCA Records. The latter company was still reaping gold and platinum record awards from the release of Lynyrd Skynyrd outtakes and compilations, and was very interested in any viable performing group that could tap into that audience, and there was no one better suited at the time. Rossington Collins Band, as they came to be called, were more than a cash-in effort. With three powerful guitarists and a rhythm section the envy of anyone in rock, a strong singer fronting them, and the combined talents of several good in-house songwriters, they were a solid hard rock outfit with a soulful edge. Fans flocked to them in the second half of 1980 when they issued their first LP, Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere, which made it to the Top 20 and earned a gold record award with help from the single "Don't Misunderstand Me." The group might have been able to build on that beginning but for events in Allen Collins' life starting late that same year -- the loss of his wife was only the beginning of a tragic series of events that ultimately destroyed his career and took his life; it was enough to remove him from most of the creative aspects of the band's music, and he was barely visible as a composer on the group's next album, This Is the Way (which was dedicated to Katy Collins' memory). The album was surprisingly good considering the circumstances behind its recording and release, rising into the Top 30. The group lasted only until the early months of 1982. In its place, Rossington and Krantz, who had married by then, formed the Rossington Band with Hess still on drums, in the mid-'80s. This offshoot group was short-lived as well, and was eclipsed by the various reunited incarnations of Skynyrd that began manifesting themselves by the late '80s, which included Wilkeson and Rossington, while Rossington's wife took the role of backing vocalist. Their history cut short, Rossington Collins Band never had a chance to live up to their potential, but they were successful enough to rate CD releases of their two albums in the late '80s, and in 2000 got a belated release of both albums on CD in England.
  • Ghile
Rossington Collins Band were spawned by one of rock music's most well-known tragedies -- in October of 1979, two years after the plane crash that killed Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, new guitarist Steve Gaines, and his sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines, surviving members Gary Rossington and Allen Collins (guitars), Leon Wilkeson (bass), and keyboardist Bill Powell decided to try working together again, this time fronted by singer Dale Krantz. They were trying to be something other than a Lynyrd Skynyrd clone, although as the latter group had expressed the musical leanings of all concerned quite honestly, they also weren't moving far from the tree that had spawned them. Krantz had previously been a backup singer behind Donnie Van Zant, Ronnie's brother, in .38 Special, which itself owed something to Skynyrd's sound. With Barry Harwood bringing a third guitar to the table and Derek Hess taking the drummer spot, they pulled their sound together fast, and waiting in the wings was MCA Records. The latter company was still reaping gold and platinum record awards from the release of Lynyrd Skynyrd outtakes and compilations, and was very interested in any viable performing group that could tap into that audience, and there was no one better suited at the time. Rossington Collins Band, as they came to be called, were more than a cash-in effort. With three powerful guitarists and a rhythm section the envy of anyone in rock, a strong singer fronting them, and the combined talents of several good in-house songwriters, they were a solid hard rock outfit with a soulful edge. Fans flocked to them in the second half of 1980 when they issued their first LP, Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere, which made it to the Top 20 and earned a gold record award with help from the single "Don't Misunderstand Me." The group might have been able to build on that beginning but for events in Allen Collins' life starting late that same year -- the loss of his wife was only the beginning of a tragic series of events that ultimately destroyed his career and took his life; it was enough to remove him from most of the creative aspects of the band's music, and he was barely visible as a composer on the group's next album, This Is the Way (which was dedicated to Katy Collins' memory). The album was surprisingly good considering the circumstances behind its recording and release, rising into the Top 30. The group lasted only until the early months of 1982. In its place, Rossington and Krantz, who had married by then, formed the Rossington Band with Hess still on drums, in the mid-'80s. This offshoot group was short-lived as well, and was eclipsed by the various reunited incarnations of Skynyrd that began manifesting themselves by the late '80s, which included Wilkeson and Rossington, while Rossington's wife took the role of backing vocalist. Their history cut short, Rossington Collins Band never had a chance to live up to their potential, but they were successful enough to rate CD releases of their two albums in the late '80s, and in 2000 got a belated release of both albums on CD in England.