Atlanta Rhythm Section
The ten songs that make up ARS' self-titled debut album were recorded at Studio One in Doraville, GA in Nov. 1971. Producer/songwriter Buddy Buie wrote nine of the songs in partnership with others in the band. While the sound of the album may have become a little dated over time, what still comes through today are two traits that ARS was starting to refine and would prove to be their strong points over the years-great songwriting and excellent musicianship. From the opening Love Me Just a Little (Sometime) to the instrumental Earnestine, the acoustic version of Another Man's Woman and the rock of Yours and Mine, ARS began laying a solid musical foundation for future albums.
1. "Love Me Just A Little (Sometime)" (Nix, Daughtry, Buie) 6:05
2. "Baby No Lie" (Nix, Daughtry, Buie, Bailey) 3:51
3. "All In Your Mind" (Buie, Cobb) 3:16
4. "Earnestine" (Nix, Daughtry, Bailey, Goddard) 2:33
5. "Forty Days And Forty Nights" (Bramblett, Causey, Jones) 4:21
6. "Another Man's Woman (It's So Hard)" (Nix, Daughtry, Buie) 4:46
7. "Days Of Our Lives" (Buie, Bailey, Cobb) 3:12
8. "Yours And Mine" (Nix, Buie) 2:39
9. "Can't Stand It No More" (Buie, Cobb, Justo) 4:02
10. "One More Problem" (Nix, Daughtry, Buie, Bailey) 3:08
It was originally released on the Decca label DL75265. It was produced by Buddy Buie.