Way Down Yonder
|Way Down Yonder|
|Studio album by Charlie Daniels|
|Genre||Outlaw country, country rock, Southern rock, hard rock, blues rock|
|Charlie Daniels chronology|
Way Down Yonder is the fourth studio album by country artist Charlie Daniels, originally released in 1974 as a studio album courtesy of Kama Sutra Records. It was re-released in 1977 under the name Whiskey, courtesy of Epic Records. All the songs on this album are written by Charlie Daniels.
- "I've Been Down" 3:37
- "Give This Fool Another Try" 8:07
- "Low Down Lady" 4:10
- "Land of Opportunity" 3:02
- "Way Down Yonder" 3:36
- "Whiskey" 5:40
- "I'll Always Remember That Song" 4:24
- "Looking for My Mary Jane" 4:28
- Charlie Daniels - Audio production, composer, guitar, vocals
- Joel "Taz" DiGregorio - Keyboards, vocals
- Fred Edwards - Drums
- Billy Cox - Bass
- Mark Fitzgerald - Bass, vocals
- Gary Allen - Drums
- Lea Jane Berinati - Vocals
- Barry Baines - Guitar, vocals
- Buddy Davis - Drums
Whiskey received two and a half stars out of five from Jim Worbois of Allmusic. He concludes that "a whole album of Daniels's brand of Southern boogie may be a bit much for the average listener but fans will eat it up. This isn't a bad record to listen to but there isn't anything here to recommend either."
- Unknown author."",Way Down Yonder by Charlie Daniels, Vh1,2011. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- Unknown author."", Whiskey|Charlie Daniels|Mtv, MTV, 2011. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- Unknown author."", Way Down Yonder-Charlie Daniels, Allmusic,2011. Retrieved 2012-01-03.
- Uher, Bruce."",The Charlie Daniels Band-Band Bios, The Charlie Daniels Band-Official Site Website. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- Worbois, Jim. "Whiskey review". Allmusic. Retrieved 3 January 2012.