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Doc Holliday - 1980 Doc Holliday
One of the South's best rock bands, following on in the great tradition of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Allman Brothers.

Doc Holliday - 1981 Doc Holliday Rides Again
If you loved the debut album, then 'Doc Holliday Rides Again' might disappoint, it's an OK album, though it probably needed to have more excitement and energy.

Doc Holliday - 1983 Modern Medicine
What were these southern rockers thinking when they released this album? Did ZZ Top influence a raft of spin-offs with their brand of synthesized southern rock/boogie? It appears so.

Doc Holliday - 1986 Danger Zone
'Danger Zone' has been available for a few years on CD now, and believe me you could do a lot worse. When Doc Holliday returned in 1986 elements of their AOR style remained, gloriously so, while the Southern sound returned in unanimous fashion.

Doc Holliday - 2001 A Better Road
This might appear to be a new album, and I suppose technically it is. However, upon peeling back the layers you'll find that the material is in fact a mix of unreleased and re-recorded songs. All thankfully from that classic period of the early 80's.

Doc Holliday - 2001 Interview with Bruce Brookshire
Interview with Bruce Brookshire, Dec 2001.

The Essential Series - 2017 Southern Rock & Boogie (Volume 1) by Gdazegod
Having just completed an article whereby we wrote about a selection of West Coast classics, we turn our hand to Boogie. Yes, Southern Rock boogie.

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