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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'Six Days on the Road'

Sawyer Brown was nearing the end of their hitmaking days when Six Days on the Road dropped twenty years ago this month. The album was their second to last to be produced by Mac McAnally, who had significant influence over the project. 397 more words

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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'Outskirts Of Town'

1993 saw the release of the band’s third and final Gold certified album. The material was all in-house, and Mark Miller and Mac McAnally provided solid production. 412 more words

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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'Cafe on the Corner'

1992’s Cafe on the Corner was Sawyer Brown’s first album after they ended their nearly decade-long association with Capitol Records. Released on the Curb label, it continues along the same path as their previous effort… 442 more words

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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'The Dirt Road'

Sawyer Brown was still riding the wave of “The Walk” when The Dirt Road hit in January 1992. The song is reprised here, as cut #11, partly to draw needed attention to the album and to increase album sales. 784 more words

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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'Buick'

Buick was Sawyer Brown’s first album of the 1990s, and the first album to feature a song by Mac McAnally, although it would be another two albums before McAnally became a major presence in the totality of Sawyer Brown’s sound. 1,022 more words

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Album Review: Sawyer Brown - 'The Boys Are Back'

The neotraditional revival and the rise of the Class of 1989 might have put paid to the career of Sawyer Brown, as they did those of many of their contemporaries, but instead 1989 was to see Sawyer Brown reinventing themselves. 295 more words

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John Willis on Breaking Bad Equilibrium in DevOps

This is a review of John Willis’ session at DevOps Connect: DevSecOps at RSAC 2017 Definition: Equilibrium – when all competing influences in a system are balanced. 83 more words

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