I once had this on vinyl too, but don't remember how many songs are missing, so it would be a disappointment to leave out anything. I still have Third Annual Pipe Dream, Are You Ready, Underdog, Champagne Jam, Boys From Doraville, and Rock & Roll Alternative...all on vinyl.
In 1973-74, I lived in the neighborhood right behind Studio One where they recorded, and being the curious kid I was, I walked in and met them. They were all very kind to me, and showed me the whole place, and let me listen to their rehearsal.
I especially like their unique blend of jazz chords with a rock tempo.
As I write this, I'm listening to their "Best Of ARS" CD. Yes indeed, Doraville WAS ONCE "a touch of country in the city", and I'm DAMN PROUD to have lived there. I still work in Doraville/Chamblee, and I guess I'll always love it in my heart, despite its virtual demise.
I hope Ronnie Hammond is doing better. Any true ARS fan knows what I mean.
Life is a colorful thing,
Produzzerguye Paul Hause