Whiskey Man - Molly Hatchet - Flirtin With Disaster (Vinyl, LP)


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  2. With Tom Werman once again handling the production, the big boys from Molly Hatchet rolled out their second studio LP, Flirtin' With Disaster, in Aptly opening with "Whiskey Man", vocalist Danny Joe Brown and company pick-up where they left off on their rebel rockin' self-titled debut album.
  3. The next album Flirtin' with Disaster really burned the barn down, delivering one shoot-out-the-lights, good ol' boy anthem after another. With the replacement of Danny Joe Brown by bearish Jimmy Farrar in , Hatchet undeniably started to lose their drive. Brown later returned, but by then the dust had already settled on the band's name.
  4. Editors’ Notes It’s hard to account for the runaway success of Molly Hatchet’s breakout single “Flirtin’ with Disaster,” as the band had already recorded several songs with similarly swift grooves and punchy riffs. Then again, maybe “Flirtin’ with Disaster” just had the perfect lyrical touch; lead singer and songwriter Danny Joe Brown had a way with the rock 'n' roll.
  5. Formed in Jacksonville, Florida in , Molly Hatchet were easily able to fill arenas across the States by the time their second LP Flirtin' With Disaster was released in By , Danny Joe Brown had been replaced with Jimmy Farrar on vocals, and it was this line-up that appears on the first CD of this set, Take No Prisoners.
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  7. Whiskey Man This song is by Molly Hatchet and appears on the album Flirtin' with Disaster () and on the album Southern Rock Masters (). Hey whiskey man, you're running as hard as you can, You drink your whiskey too much more than you can stand. You have your highs, you have your lows, Nobody knows which way you go. Whiskey man, don't you play that hand too long. Whiskey man.
  8. Molly Hatchet - Flirtin With Disaster - Epic Records JE - - RARE Terre Haute Pressing. Tracks: Whiskey Man It's All Over Now One Man's Pleasure Jukin' City Boogie No More Flirtin' With Disaster Good Rockin' Gunsmoke Long Time Let The Good Times Roll. Molly Hatchet - Flirtin With Disaster collectible vinyl lp record album for sale.
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