level:deepsouth is a crowdsourced online anthology about growing up Generation X in the Deep South during the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s. The anthology is open to submissions of creative nonfiction and images, as well as to contributions for the lists.

*last updated April 8, 2023


* To add to this Deep Southern, Generation X discography, use the contact form on the about page.


Charlie Daniels (self-titled) (1971)

Wet Willie (self-titled) (1971)

Te Jean, Grease, and Wolfman by Charlie Daniels (1972)

Wet Willie II by Wet Willie (1972)

Pronounced Leh-ned Skeh-nerd by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1973)

Honey in the Rock by Charlie Daniels (1973)

The Marshall Tucker Band (self-titled) (1973)

Dripping’ Wet (live) by Wet Willie (1973)

Second Helping by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1974)

Fire on the Mountain by the Charlie Daniels Band (1974)

Way Down Yonder by the Charlie Daniels Band (1974)

Keep on Smilin’ by Wet Willie (1974)

A New Life by Marshall Tucker Band (1974)

Where We All Belong by the Marshall Tucker Band (1974)

Nuthin’ Fancy by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1975)

Searchin’ for a Rainbow by the Marshall Tucker Band (1975)

Dixie Rock by Wet Willie (1975)

“Jim Dandy” by Black Oak Arkansas on The Midnight Special (1975)

One More from The Road by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1976)

Saddle Tramp by the Charlie Daniels Band (1976)

High Lonesome by the Charlie Daniels Band (1976)

Long Hard Ride by the Marshall Tucker Band (1976)

The Wetter the Better by Wet Willie (1976)

Street Survivors by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1977)

Left Coast Live by Wet Willie (1977)

Midnight Wind by the Charlie Daniels Band (1977)

Carolina Dreams by the Marshall Tucker Band (1977)

Free Fall by The Dixie Dregs (1977)

Manorisms by Wet Willie (1977)

The Gospel Roots of Dr. C.J. Johnson and his Family, recorded live at the Mount Olive Baptist Church in Molena, Georgia, 1978. 

Super Jam Live with Dickie Betts and Charlie Daniels by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1978)

Down South Jukin’ by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1978)

Together Forever by the Marshall Tucker Band (1978)

Greatest Hits by the Marshall Tucker Band (1978)

The Gambler by Kenny Rogers (1978)

What If by The Dixie Dregs (1978)

Louisiana’s LeRoux by LeRoux (1978)

Million Mile Reflections by the Charlie Daniels Band (1979)

Night of the Living Dregs by The Dixie Dregs (1979)

Kenny by Kenny Rogers (1979)

Which One’s Willie?  by Wet Willie (1979)

Keep the Fire Burnin’ by LeRoux (1979)


My Home’s in Alabama by Alabama (1980)

Full Moon by the Charlie Daniels Band (1980)

Dregs of the Earth by The Dixie Dregs (1980)

Pylon at Band Camp

“Stop It” by Pylon (1980)

Up by LeRoux (1980)

The Deep End by The Swimming Pool Qs (1981)

Drop on Down in Florida: Field Recordings of African American Traditional Music 1977-1980 (1981, reissued as a two-CD set with accompanying book)

“Devil Went Down to Georgia” by the Charlie Daniels Band (live), 1981

Feels So Right by Alabama (1981)

Unsung Heroes by The Dixie Dregs (1981)

The Allman Brothers live at the Univ. of Florida (Gainesville) on January 16, 1982

The Who, live in Biloxi, Mississippi on December 1, 1982

Windows by the Charlie Daniels Band (1982)

Mountain Music by Alabama (1982)

Music of Tennessee (Brandywine Music Festival, 1982)

Last Safe Place by LeRoux (1982)

Industry Standard by The Dixie Dregs (1982)

The Closer You Get by Alabama (1983)

Decade of Hits by the Charlie Daniels Band (1983)

Chomp by Pylon (1983)

Murmur by REM (1983)

So Fired Up by LeRoux (1983)

Reckoning by REM (1984)

The Swimming Pool Qs (self-titled) (1984)

Roll On by Alabama (1984)

My Feet Can’t Fail Me Now by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1984)

Southern Culture on the Skids a.k.a. First Album (1985)

Fables of the Reconstruction by REM (1985)

Darker Days by The Connells (1985)

Hats Off by The Connells (EP, 1985)

Cabin Flounder by Fetchin’ Bones (1985)

Jason and the Scorchers, “White Lies,” at Farm Aid in 1986

Widespread Panic’s first show with that name, February 6, 1986

Life’s Rich Pageant by REM (1986)

Dash Rip Rock (self-titled)(1986)

The Georgia Satellites (self-titled)(1986)

Blue Tomorrow by The Swimming Pool Qs (1986)

Widespread Panic at O’Neilly’s Pub in Macon, GA on March 21, 1987

Legends by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1987)

Voodoo by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1987)

Boylan Heights by The Connells (1987)

Mr. Crowe’s Garden live at WRAS benefit concert in 1987

Strange Fire by Indigo Girls (1987)

Document by REM (1987)

Firing Squad for God by The Swimming Pool Qs (1987)

Green by REM (1988)

Southern by the Grace of God by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1988)

Open All Night by The Georgia Satellites (1988)

Space Wrangler by Widespread Panic (1988)

The Mud, The Blood, and The Beers by Nine Pound Hammer (1988)

The New Orleans Album by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1989)

Simple Man by the Charlie Daniels Band (1989)

Hits by Pylon (1989)

Indigo Girls (self-titled) (1989)

Pickin’ on Nashville by the Kentucky Headhunters (1989)

World War Two Point Five by the Swimming Pool Qs (1989)

In the Land of Salvation and Sin by The Georgia Satellites (1989)

Fun and Games by The Connells (1989)


Widespread Panic at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA on April 13, 1990

Shake Your Money Maker by The Black Crowes (1990)

Ace of Clubs of Dash Rip Rock (1990)

Chain by Pylon (1990)

Nomads • Indians • Saints by Indigo Girls (1990)

One Simple Word by The Connells (1990)

Town Burned Down by Adam’s House Cat (1990)

Superchunk (self-titled) (1990)

Hootie & the Blowfish – First Demo Tape (1991) 

Widespread Panic at Boone’s Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, SC on April 6, 1991

Widespread Panic, “The Earth Will Swallow You,” in Athens, GA on June 26, 1991

Widespread Panic at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA on November 14, 1991

Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991 by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1991)

Renegade by Charlie Daniels (1991)

Widespread Panic (self-titled) (1991)

Beanland (self-titled) (1991)

Cemeteries and Junkyards by Jupiter Coyote (1991)

Nuwanda by Engine House (1991)

No Pocky for Kitty by Superchunk (1991)

McQueen Street (self-titled) (1991)

Electric Barnyard by the Kentucky Headhunters (1991)

Open Up: Whatcha Gonna Do for the Rest of Your Life by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1991)

The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion by The Black Crowes (1992)

Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit (self-titled)(1992)

Rites of Passage by Indigo Girls (1992)

Smokin’ Taters! by Nine Pound Hammer (1992)

bert (1992 – 1997) at BandCamp

Is It … Man or Astroman? (self-titled) (1993)

The Last Rebel by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1993)

America, I Believe in You by Charlie Daniels (1993)

Brother Cane (self-titled) (1993)

Ring by The Connells (1993)

Blue Mountain (self-titled) (1993)

Wade by Jupiter Coyote (1993)

Eye to Eye by Beanland (1993)

On the Mouth by Superchunk (1993)

Uncommon Goal by Allgood (1993)

Jelly by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1993)

Cracked Rearview by Hootie & the Blowfish (1994)

Full Circle by The Dixie Dregs (1994)

Hitchhike to Rhome by Old 97s (1994)

New Boy by The Connells (EP, 1994)

Endangered Species by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1994)

Swamp Ophelia by Indigo Girls (1994)

Foolish by Superchunk (1994)

Ride the Bee by Allgood (1994)

Kickin’ & Screamin’ by Allgood (1994)

Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid by Collective Soul (1994)

Amorica by The Black Crowes (1994)

Sister Hazel (self titled)(1994)

Honor Among Thieves by Edwin McCain (1994)

Dumpster Mummies (EP) by Psycho Opera/Maniac Spider Trash (1994)

Hayseed Timebomb by Nine Pound Hammer (1994)

Hog Days by Blue Mountain (1995)

Project Infinity by Man or Astroman?(1995)

Lucky Day by Jupiter Coyote (1995)

Here’s Where the Strings Come In by Superchunk (1995)

Collective Soul (self-titled)(1995)

Seeds by Brother Cane (1995)

Medicine of Thieves (EP) by His Hero is Gone (1995)

Grisham’s Army by The Cooters (1995)

Bo Henry Band, since 1996

Three Snakes & One Charm by The Black Crowes (1996)

Southern Knights by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1996)

Weird Food and Devastation by The Connells (1996)

Wreck Your Life by Old 97s (1996)

Fairweather Johnson by Hootie & the Blowfish (1996)

Ears to the Wall by Dirty Dozen Brass Band (1996)

Experiment Zero by Man of Astroman? (1996)

Coolin’ Off by Galactic (1996)

Invasion of the Cooters by The Cooters (1996)

The Dead of Night in 8 Movements (EP) by His Hero is Gone (1996)

Home Grown by Blue Mountain (1997)

Red Clay Harvest by Cravin’ Melon (1997)

Shaken Not Stirred by The Georgia Satellites (1997)

Shaming the Sun by Indigo Girls (1997)

Kudzu Kings (self-titled) (1997)

. . . Somewhere More Familiar by Sister Hazel (1997)

Too Far to Care by Old 97s (1997)

Ghost Dance by Jupiter Coyote (1997)

Disciplined Breakdown by Collective Soul (1997)

Twenty by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1997)

Indoor Living by Superchunk (1997)

Made from Technetium by Man or Astroman? (1997)

Monuments to Thieves by His Hero is Gone (1997)

Fifteen Counts of Arson by His Hero is Gone (1997)

Kill the Body . . . Kill the Soul . . . (EP) by Burned Up Bled Dry (1997)

Leftover Salmon at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA on October 13, 1997 

Musical Chairs by Hootie & the Blowfish (1998)

Still Life by The Connells (1998)

Sho’ Nuff boxed set by The Black Crowes (1998)

Here Be Dragons by Jupiter Coyote (1998)

Misguided Roses by Edwin McCain (1998)

Live from Steel Town by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1998)

Wishpool by Brother Cane (1998)

Crazyhorse Mongoose by Galactic (1998)

Gangstabilly by Drive-by Truckers (1998)

Cloned Slaves for Slaves (EP) by Burned Up Bled Dry (1998)

Burned Up Bled Dry on BandCamp 

By Your Side by The Black Crowes (1999)

Come Pick Me Up by Superchunk (1999)

Fight Songs by Old 97s (1999)

Dosage by Collective Soul (1999)

Live At The VERA by Nine Pound Hammer (1999)

Edge of Forever by Lynyrd Skynyrd (1999)

Y2Kow by Kudzu Kings (1999)

Messenger by Edwin McCain (1999)

Come On Now Social by Indigo Girls (1999)

Pizza Deliverance by Drive-by Truckers (1999)

Fool’s Gold (EP) by His Hero is Gone (1999)

EEVIAC Operational Index and Reference Guide, Including Other Modern Computational Devices by Man or Astroman? (1999)

Best of Times Records from Alabama Punk Archive

Blues Old Stand on Facebook Live, April 2021

post-’90s honorary inclusion: Shake Hands with Shorty by North Mississippi All-Stars (2000)

post-’90s honorary inclusion: “Take Down the Rebel Flag” by Buffalo Nickel (2002)