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Lonnie Mack - The Hills Of Indiana flac
Performer: Lonnie Mack
Title: The Hills Of Indiana
Label: Elektra
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock, Classic Rock
Cat: EKS-74102
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2853 mb | MP3 size: 2829 mb | WMA size: 2418 mb
Genre: Rock

1Lay It Down
Written-By – Gene Thomas
2Asphalt Outlaw Hero
Written-By – Don Nix, Lonnie Mack
3A Fine Way To Go
Written-By – Carole King, Toni Stern
4Bicycle Annie
Written-By – Drew Thomason
Written-By – Don Nix, Lonnie Mack
6She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye
Written-By – Doug Gilmore, Mickey Newbury
7Uncle Pen
Written-By – Bill Monroe
8The Man In Me
Written-By – Bob Dylan
9All Good Things Will Come To Pass
Written-By – Don Nix, Lonnie Mack
10Three Angels
Written-By – Don Nix, Lonnie Mack
11The Hills Of Indiana
Written-By – Lonnie Mack
Written-By – Alex Harvey , Eddie Reeves


  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarLonnie Mack
  • Arranged ByNorbert Putnam
  • Art DirectionRobert L. Heimall
  • Baritone SaxophoneDon Nix (tracks: A1, B5)
  • BassDavid Hood (tracks: A1, B5), Norbert Putnam, Tim Drummond (tracks: B3, B4), Troy Seals (tracks: A5)
  • ChoirMt. Zion Singers
  • DrumsKenneth Butry, Roger Hawkins (tracks: A1, B5)
  • EngineerBrian Ross-Myring, Gene Eichelberger, Marlin Greene (tracks: A1, B5)
  • FiddleBuddy Spiker
  • KeyboardsBarry Beckett (tracks: A1, B5), David Briggs
  • Lead VocalsDon Nix (tracks: B6), Lonnie Mack
  • Photography ByFrank Bez
  • ProducerLonnie Mack, Russ Miller
  • Rhythm GuitarWayne Perkins (tracks: A1, B5)
  • Steel GuitarLloyd Green


"Asphalt Hero Outlaw" and "All Good Things Will Come To Pass" were recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama; all other songs were recorded at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville, Tennessee

Re-Mixed at Elektra Sound Studios, Los Angeles, Calif.

Copyright 1971 by Elektra Records


  • Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Quadraphonic Sound Studios
  • Remixed At – Elektra Sound Recorders


The Hills of Indiana is a 1971 album by Lonnie Mack. Asphalt Outlaw Hero Don Nix 3:04. Florida Don Nix 3:08. Lay It Down Gene Thomas 3:51. The Hills of Indiana Mack 3:42. Uncle Pen Bill Monroe 1:51. Bicycle Annie 5:09. A Fine Way to Go Carole King 3:07. Rings Eddie Reeves, Alex Harvey 3:12. The Man in Me Bob Dylan 3:08. She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye Mickey Newbury, Doug Gilmore 3:19. All Good Things Will Come to Pass Don Nix 3:27. Songs in album Lonnie Mack - The Hills Of Indiana 1972. Lonnie Mack - Asphalt Outlaw Hero. Lonnie Mack - Florida. Lonnie Mack - Lay It Down. Lonnie Mack - The Hills Of Indiana. Lonnie Mack - Uncle Pen. Lonnie Mack - Bicycle Annie. Lonnie Mack. The Hills of Indiana. The third and last album that Lonnie Mack recorded for Elektra in his brief stint with the label in the late '60s and early '70s, The Hills of Indiana must have surprised quite a few listeners familiar with his earlier work. There were little of the blues-rock-R&B-oriented guitar fireworks that many of his earlier recordings had boasted. In contrast, it was a pretty laid-back affair with plenty of roots rock, country-rock, and early-'70s singersongwriter influences. Listen free to Lonnie Mack The Hills Of Indiana Asphalt Outlaw Hero, Florida and more. 12 tracks 41:06. Lonnie McIntosh July 18, 1941 April 21, 2016, known by his stage name, Lonnie Mack, was an American rock, blues, and country singer-guitarist. As a featured artist, his recording career spanned the period from 1963 to 1990. He remained active as a performer into the early 2000s. Mack played a major role in transforming the electric guitar into a lead voice in rock music. Album 1971 12 Songs. Rock Hills of Indiana on the same shelf. Lonnie Macks 1971 outing may not slay listeners the first time around like Bobby Charles or Link Wray, though it reels in that familiar mix of blues, soul, & country rock. Indiana finds Lonnie trading his guitar slingerblues-instrumental persona for gentler roots rock with touches of gospel and even straight bluegrass Uncle Pen is a faithful rendition of the Bill Monroe number. The albums production is a touch on the clean side, edging near schmaltzy, and closer to Dale Hawkins pro-studio approach than Wrays chicken shack. This kills only a little appeal for this near classic record, still worth a spot in any Americana collection. The Hills of Indiana, 2006. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Aggiungi un'immagine. Лонни Мак тема. The Hills Of Indiana. 1971 Elektra Records. Writer: MACK. Why - Продолжительность: 4:21 Lonnie Mack