The Outlaws are a Southern rock/country rock band best known for their 1975 hit "There Goes Another Love Song" and extended guitar jam "Green Grass and High Tides" from their 1975 debut album, plus their 1980 cover of the Stan Jones classic "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky".
The band was formed in Tampa, Florida in late 1964 by Frank Guidry and was the first act signed to Arista Records under Clive Davis. Davis was in the audience at a show in 1974 where the band was opening for Lynyrd Skynyrd in Columbus, Georgia.
While The Outlaws are generally considered to be a part of the Southern rock genre, there are distinct differences in their approach and their influences. Their primary similarity to other Southern rock bands is the dual lead guitar interplay, a defining characteristic of many Southern rock bands. However, The Outlaws’ mix of country and rock elements displays the vocal harmony influences of groups like Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds, The Eagles, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and Poco. Their use of three and four part harmonies set them apart from their contemporaries who usually relied on a single lead vocalist.
Los Hombres Malo was their seventh studio album and was released in 1982, preceded by In The Eye Of The Storm in 1979.
Los Hombres Malo
Don't Stop, Foxtail Lilly, Rebel Girl, Goodbye, Back from Eternity, Won't Come Out of the Rain, Running, Easy Does It, All Roads
In The Eye Of The Storm
Lights Are On But Nobody's Home, Miracle Man, Blueswater, Comin' Home, I'll Be Leaving Soon, Too Long Without Her, It's All Right, (Com' on) Dance With Me, Long Gone