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|Genre||Southern rock, country rock|
Hurry Sundown is the third album by American southern rock band Outlaws, released in 1977. The title track became a concert staple and fan favorite. Four members of the band, Hughie Thomasson, Henry Paul, Billy Jones, and Harvey Dalton Arnold (who replaced Frank O'Keefe on bass) contributed songwriting and lead vocals. Paul would leave the band after the album's release.
With this album, the Outlaws dived even deeper into a country sound. Thomasson plays pedal steel on some tracks, and banjo on the bluegrass track "So Afraid".
- "Gunsmoke" (Henry Paul, Monte Yoho) – 4:18
- "Hearin' My Heart Talkin'" (Tim Martin, Walter Meskell) – 4:11
- "So Afraid" (Harvey Dalton Arnold) – 3:17
- "Holiday" (Billy Jones) – 4:02
- "Hurry Sundown" (Hughie Thomasson) – 4:05
- "Cold and Lonesome" (Arnold) – 3:19
- "Night Wines" (Jones) – 4:50
- "Heavenly Blues" (Paul[a]) – 3:47
- "Man of the Hour" (Jones, Thomasson) – 6:12
- Harvey Dalton Arnold - bass, guitar, vocals
- Billy Jones - electric guitar, vocals
- Henry Paul - guitar, vocals
- Hughie Thomasson - acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitars; banjo; vocals
- Monte Yoho - drums
- Ed Mashal - producer, engineer
- Bill Szymczyk - producer, engineer
|US Billboard Top LPs & Tape||51|
- Per BMI records (see BMI Work #550628). Some copies of the album credit Billy Jones instead.