Charlie Daniels Band – Epic Trilogy Volume 4

Review (Brief) | Retroworld | By Allan Wilkinson | Stars: 3/5

Known widely for the hit single “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”, Charlie Daniels has traversed various musical styles since he arrived on the Country music scene in the 1950s, from Blues, Cajun, Western Swing and Outlaw Country. Here we have three albums, originally released over a ten year period from 1972, reissued as a 2-disc set on Retroworld. As a multi-instrumentalist, Daniels has been a much sought after session figure during the 60s and 70s, and the three albums included here, TE John, Grease and Wolfman (1972), Whiskey (1974) and Windows (1982) provide a fine introduction to the Charlie Daniels Band in their prime.