After playing on other artists' recordings, the Atlanta Rhythm Section formed their own group, in which the group's name was thought up by Studio One's owner Buddy Buie and his two partners in the venture, Cobb and Bill Lowery. Signed by Decca Records, the band released their first album, Atlanta Rhythm Section, in January 1972. This Eight CD set features all the albums the band did for Polydor along with a raft of edits on CD for the first time, all re-mastered (by Andy Pearce and Matt Wortham) and housed in a clam shell box with an extensive booklet with new notes and album annotations, the perfect beginners guide to one of Americas most loved bands.

After playing on other artists' recordings, the Atlanta Rhythm Section formed their own group, in which the group's name was thought up by Studio One's owner Buddy Buie and his two partners in the venture, Cobb and Bill Lowery. Signed by Decca Records, the band released their first album, Atlanta Rhythm Section, in January 1972. This Eight CD set features all the albums the band did for Polydor along with a raft of edits on CD for the first time, all re-mastered (by Andy Pearce and Matt Wortham) and housed in a clam shell box with an extensive booklet with new notes and album annotations, the perfect beginners guide to one of Americas most loved bands.

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The Polydor Years [8CD Box Set]
Artist: Atlanta Rhythm Section
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After playing on other artists' recordings, the Atlanta Rhythm Section formed their own group, in which the group's name was thought up by Studio One's owner Buddy Buie and his two partners in the venture, Cobb and Bill Lowery. Signed by Decca Records, the band released their first album, Atlanta Rhythm Section, in January 1972. This Eight CD set features all the albums the band did for Polydor along with a raft of edits on CD for the first time, all re-mastered (by Andy Pearce and Matt Wortham) and housed in a clam shell box with an extensive booklet with new notes and album annotations, the perfect beginners guide to one of Americas most loved bands.