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“Anybody can have the superstars, but we hard core musos love the unheralded, the misunderstood, the acts with the goods that can blow almost everybody off the stage.” So wrote the veteran industry commentator Bob Lefsetz in 2011 as he surveyed the legacy of the Southern rock phenomenon that was Atlanta Rhythm Section.

The six-man band from Doraville, Georgia were not superstars like the Eagles or Steely Dan although they certainly tasted mainstream success with a string of US hit singles in the 1970s that included ‘So Into You’, ‘Imaginary Lover’ and ‘Spooky’, and a platinum album, Champagne Jam, which charted at US No.7 in 1978.

But they could write, sing and play as well as any of the melodic-rock giants, and in a recording career which stretched from 1972 to 1999, Atlanta Rhythm Section produced a significant catalogue of “hard core muso” excellence, of which the chart hits were just the tip of the iceberg.

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