Rossington Collins Band – Anytime,Anyplace,Anywhere

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Rossington Collins Band Anytime Anyplace Anywhere

album released on the MCA label in 1980

Track List:

1."Prime Time" (Collins,Rossington,Krantz) -- 0:00

2."Three Times as Bad" (Collins,Krantz) -- 4:05

3."Don't Misunderstand Me"(Collins,Harwood,Krantz) -- 10:08

4."One Good Man"(Collins,Rossington,Krantz) -- 14:06

5."Opportunity"(Powell,Harwood,Krantz) -- 18:47

6."Getaway"(Powell,Krantz,Harwood) -- 23:22

7."Winners and Losers"(Rossington,Collins) -- 30:48

8."Misery Loves Company"(Rossington,Krantz) -- 35:58

9."Sometimes You Can Put It Out" (Harwood, Krantz) -- 40:47

Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere is the first studio album by The Rossington Collins Band. It includes their most successful single, Don't Misunderstand Me.

Released :July 1980

Genre :Southern rock

Length :46:31

Label :MCA

BAND MEMBERS :

Dale Krantz - Lead vocals

Gary Rossington - Lead & rhythm guitar, Slide guitar, Producer

Allen Collins - Lead & rhythm guitar, Producer

Barry Lee Harwood - Lead & rhythm guitar, Slide guitar, Vocals, Producer

Billy Powell - All keyboards

Derek Hess - Drums, percussion

Leon Wilkeson - Bass guitar

Howard Steele - Engineer, mixer

Dave Evans - Mixer

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Comments

Kas-g Randy says:

Long Live Gary !!!! R.I.P Allen , rock in Peace my friend !

Hippie Smile says:

Thanks for putting the whole thing up, I have this on vinyl.

Brimstone Fist says:

You are welcome to your opinions. Good luck to you, sir.

tony feliciano says:

I have the vinyl album and love it to this day.

oiyabastard says:

ya know what wont even get known enough to be forgotten? brimestone fists
affraid to be ugly , which sounds like the shittiest demo for a gene
simmons solo record

John Beauchemin says:

I saw ’em on this tour. I think .38 Special opened up. Excellent show , my
pal was smashed. We all had a great rockin’ time !!!!

David Seifert says:

Your a MEAN old BASTARD!!!!

mayanation says:

After the crash many of us felt as if we had lost some our best friends. I
loved Lynyrd Skynyrd. They were amazing. Many wondered what would the rest
due now or what should they do. I think the majority of the fans wanted
Rossington and Collins to please put something out. When they finally did I
went and picked this album as soon as it came out. Halfway throught “Prime
Time” with Dale Krantz singing her heart out and tears in my eyes, I knew
things would be alright. Very moving experience.

Betty Weaver says:

the boys did alright after the plane crash.god has to love them. he spared
gary for a reason. he said, when he got heaven he was going to tell his
friends what a ride.how awesome. after so many years, he wants to tell his
friends what they did, many people loved, and still love them. how
unselfish is that? love u gary.

Marcia Pruchinsky says:

PHENOMENAL!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you all….

Tommy Rock says:

Really? Only 3,900 hits? We have some work to do. For those of us who
remember the return of Rossington, Collins, Powell, Pyle, and Wilkeson,
this was a return to be reckoned with. Such brilliance. Dale Krantz
delivers too.

Brimstone Fist says:

I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy my song, although you perhaps failed to
understand the influences which inspired its creation (Stones, Zeppelin,
Allmans). To be compared to Gene Simmons is a compliment, for he is a great
man. The song you mentioned was first featured on the Songs of the Phoenix
compilation CD, an international project, original pressing 3000 copies. It
is also on Brimstone Fist’s debut album, Hellmetal. As long as I’m making
music, I’m happy. Who knows how history will judge.

Thomas TE Richmond says:

Thank You!! 🙂

1oldJammer says:

Like Tim, haven’t heard this for 30 year.. saw them live in Dallas in
81….priceless!

Sebastian Celesner says:

Ain’t music great? A good piece of work lasts forever. Now, 33 years after
its release, it’s still recruiting new fans. Me, an who knows how many
others.

ROBB21265 says:

DALE KRANTZ-ROSSINGTON HAS SOME AWESOME VOICE! GOD BLESS HER!

Kas-g Randy says:

you’re welcome Tim !!!! 🙂

muddzy1 says:

THEY SURE HAVE PAID A HEAVY PRICE TO GO ALONG WITH IT THOUGH ALOT OF US
HAVE I GUESS THATS ONE REASON WE ARE DRAWN TO THEM WE CAN ALL RELATE
SOMEHOW ,AS GOOD AS IT IS LIFE SURE CAN HURT SOMETIMES ALMOST MAKE YOU
SCARED TO REALLY LIVE IT BUT YOU JUST SEEM COMPELLED TO ,THANKS TO GARY FAR
GETTING BACK UP AGAIN AND LIVIN IT TIME AFTER TIME ,JUST IMAGINE WHAT WE
WOULDNT HAVE IF HE HAD SAID IVE LOST TO MUCH AND QUIT & WHO COULD HAVE
BLAMED HIM IF HE HAD

Henri Saxerholt says:

Great Music, I’m stunned, southern music is good music!

Jeanette Moore says:

i had this record- what a treat!

john smith says:

Don’t misunderstand me ! 

Di S says:

I think I had this album at one time… 🙂

Here it is!! 🙂 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 !!! 😀

Rossington Collins Band – Anytime,Anyplace,Anywhere (Full Album) 1980

myloridarlin says:

Damn….. Nah, I didn’t forget how badass they were.

johnny foosball says:

Dale Krantz is to southern rock what Janis was to the blues

Mike Skillings says:

great Albulm wish they recorded more stuff

Curtis Lowe says:

are you kidding me….when I first hear this i went hell yeah….RCB’s two
albums and only albums were excellent..saw them at the Santa Monica Civic
Auditorium when the finale was Freebird and the power went out….a message
from heaven but Dale’s voice was and is awesome…

Dani Koren says:

really good!!!!!!!!

beachie321 says:

and tonight i needed my rcb fix…listen and learn kids…dale krantz never
sounded better…how bout bp on the keyboards…allen, gary and barry lee
on gitar…LEON …and Derek on drums… can you find me one good man…not
in all the land there was one good man…love rcb …always

Mike Parker says:

OK, you are going DUH with Skynard, but one of the best I heard in the
early 80s. 

David Otto says:

Dale Krantz is so bad ass – I want to make love to her voice. Love ya Dale
– so does Tal Warren – he’s gone, but he spoke highly of you sweetie.

thomasburman1 says:

nicee’

Mike Parker says:

Out of respect, this was not called Lynard Skynyrd, but it is, And
excellent. 

Ccwman Simian says:

The memories of younger days seem to all be attached to iconic music. 

Gene Holt says:

you hear the backbone of lynyrd

mike conigliaro says:

GOT TO SEE THIS TOUR MASONIC AUDITORIUM, DETROIT. ENCORE FREEBIRD WITH A
SPOTLIT MIC WHERE RONNIE WOULD HAVE BEEN.

Mike Parker says:

This was the post Lynard Skynard album after the plane crash.. They didnt
want to be named that so they went with Rossington/Collings. Excellent
Reply · 

Michael Schmidt says:

Not to be critical Barb Chiavelli
but Ronnie stands alone. Now the Janis I`ll go with in a small way.

steve little says:

Will all you retards learn how to spell “Lynyrd Skynyrd”.

bill holt says:

this is the shit

Mike Parker says:

dale krantz, plus lyndard skynard remaining = great music

Jim Ringland says:

no dobt DALE shes awsome …..

Andrew Barnes says:

it all started out with the 1per cent band! then the dream was ON .

Web Direct Brands says:

Damn – just got chill bumps – been a long time since I listened to this.
Dale Krantz just fuckin blows it away on vocals.

Mike Grady says:

I was so happy to see these guys get back together after the plane cash

Paul Gureghian says:

classic rock

Jim jones says:

Caught this show at the Fox, in Atlanta….unreal show. Then again in
Gainesville Ga., was front row for that one.

Vinny Angel says:

Raincross Square, Riverside, Calif. they were awesome live.

Barb Chiavelli says:

Dale is one of the best singers in rock. She’s like Dio and Janis Joplin,

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