Talk:Zac Brown Band
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Pass The Jar.
it is a DVD/2-CD set. tracklist DVD 1. Intro 2. Whatever It Is 3. It’s Not OK 4. Jolene 5. Who Knows 6. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 7. Sic ‘Em On A Chicken 8. Junkyard (feat. Angie Aparo) 9. The Devil Went Down To Georgia 10. Trying to Drive (feat. Aslyn) 11. Alabama Jubilee (feat. Barry Waldrep) 12. Can’t You See (feat. Kid Rock) 13. Highway 20 Ride 14. Colder Weather (feat. Little Big Town) 15. Free / Into the Mystic (feat. Joey + Rory) 16. Toes 17. America The Beautiful 18. Chicken Fried 19. We’re Gonna Make This Day
CD 1 1. Whatever It Is 2. Let It Go 3. It’s Not OK 4. Jolene 5. Who Knows 6. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 7. Sic ‘Em On A Chicken 8. Where The Boat Leaves From 9. Trying to Drive (feat. Aslyn) 10. Alabama Jubilee (feat. Barry Waldrep) 11. Blackbird (feat. Matt Mangano) 12. The Devil Went Down to Georgia
CD 2 1. Can’t You See (feat. Kid Rock) 2. Highway 20 Ride 3. Whiskey’s Gone 4. Colder Weather (feat. Little Big Town) 5. Free / Into the Mystic (feat. Joey + Rory) 6. America The Beautiful 7. Chicken Fried 8. I Shall Be Released 9. Bar (feat. Sonia Leigh and guests) 10. Toes (feat. Shawn Mullins) 11. We’re Gonna Make This Day
reference:http://www.kidrock.com/news/2010/03/09/kid-rock-featured-on-zac-brown-bands-live-dvdcd-set-‘pass-the-jar’/ —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 09:35, 10 March 2010 (UTC)
Regarding my restoration of the album list - there are several good reasons to include an abbreviated list of albums in an article, even when the artist has a separate discography page:
- the Musicians Wikiproject recommends it
- tons of other wikipedia articles do this: The Beatles, Nirvana, Garth Brooks, Michael Jackson, ...
- eight of the 30 feedback comments on this article were from users who completely missed the discography link - easy to do because the Awards and Nominations section (physically) abuts the Discography section.