01 - Blues Shuffle, Standard G Shuffle.flac (Size: 460.16 MB) (Files: 23)
01 - Blues Shuffle, Standard G Shuffle.flac
02 - Gimme Three Steps.flac
03 - Call Me the Breeze.flac
04 - Why I Sing the Blues.flac
05 - Cold Shot.flac
06 - One Way Out.flac
07 - Simple Man.flac
08 - Sit Down and Play the Blues.flac
09 - Blow Wind.flac
10 - What's Your Name.flac
11 - I Know a Little.flac
12 - Europa.flac
13 - Drink Muddy Water.flac
Artimus Pyle - Live from Planet Earth.log
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A.P.B. - Live From Planet Earth (2000)
Last Resort Records
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Many called him the "Wild Man" of the rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd, but Artimus Pyle started out
more as a "Country Man." Thomas Delmar Pyle was born on July 15, 1948, in Louisville, KY. He
spent many of his childhood hours either on the back of a horse or behind the controls of a
When Pyle was nine years old, his mother bought his first musical instruments, some bongos.
Three years later his father got him a used set of drums. It wasn't long before young Pyle had
put together his first band, the Thom Thumbs.
In the late '60s, fresh out of high school, Pyle joined the Marine Corps. He was in training to
be sent overseas when the Vietnam War ended. As soon as his enlistment was up, Pyle returned his
attention to music and education, taking up the drums again and enrolling in the Tennessee
Technical College. This was the place where he went from being Thomas Pyle to Artimus Pyle,
teasingly giving the nickname after the virgin Artimus.
In the early '70s, Pyle landed gigs in bands like Charlie Daniels' and the Marshall Tucker Band.
With a little help from Daniels, Pyle got to show off his talents to Ronnie Van Zant, performing
with the Lynyrd Skynyrd band in Jacksonville at the Sergeant Pepper's Club. At the end of 1974,
when founding member Bob Burns parted from Skynyrd, it was Pyle who was called in to fill his
shoes. He toured with the band, recording a number of albums, up till 1977, when a plane crash
instantly snuffed out the lives of three members, Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, and his sister
Cassie. Road manager Dean Kilpatrick was also killed.
Pyle and other members survived the terrible crash, but the band didn't. Pyle, never one to call
it quits, went on with his music the best he could. In 1981 he put together the A.P.B. with
members like Darryl Otis Smith, John Boerstler, and Steve Lockhart. The A.P.B. is sometimes
called the Artimus Pyle Band, sometimes All Points Bulletin. A year later, the group released a
debut album, A.P.B., under the MCA Records label. Some of the tracks fans will find on this
offering are "It Ain't the Whiskey," "Rock and Roll Each Other," and "She's My Baby." In 1983,
the band released a second album, Nightcaller.
Four years later, Pyle joined the Skynyrd Tribute Tour, and even recorded another Skynyrd album
in 1991 before leaving the group. A concert set, Live from Planet Earth, by the Artimus Pyle
Band was issued in 2000, and after a 24-year hiatus, a new studio album, Artimus Venomus,
appeared in 2007 on Cleopatra Records.
There is a second generation of Pyles making progress in the world of music. Artimus Pyle's two
oldest sons: drummer, singer, guitarist, and songwriter Marshall Daniel Pyle and older brother
Christopher Chapel Pyle, who can play the trumpet, flute, guitar, and of course the
1 Blues Shuffle, Standard "G" Shuffle 3:27
2 Gimme Three Steps Collins 5:31
3 Call Me the Breeze Cale 5:36
4 Why I Sing the Blues King 4:05
5 Cold Shot Vaughan 7:13
6 One Way Out Dixon 5:26
7 Simple Man Rossington 7:07
8 Sit Down and Play the Blues Baril 4:43
9 Blow Wind Waters 5:26
10 What's Your Name Rossington 3:41
11 I Know a Little Gaines 3:49
12 Europa Santana 7:16
13 Drink Muddy Water Traditional 5:01
Greg Baril Guitar, Vocals
Mike Estes Guitar, Vocals
Tim Lindsey Bass, Vocals
Artimus Pyle Drums
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