Partly Plugged - Production


  • Producer: Buddy Buie
  • Engineer: Rodney Mills
  • Assistant engineer: Steven Rhodes
  • Mixing: Rodney Mills
  • Mixing assistant: Steven Rhodes
  • Mastering: Rodney Mills
  • Art direction: Mike McCarty
  • Design: Mike McCarty
  • Photography: Rick Diamond
  • Artwork: Garey Goss
  • Technical staff: Terry Spackman
Atlanta Rhythm Section
Current members/
Former members
  • Alan Accardi
  • Andy Anderson
  • Barry Bailey
  • Brendan O'Brien
  • Danny Biget
  • David Anderson
  • Dean Daughtry
  • J.E. Garnett
  • J.R. Cobb
  • Jeff Logan
  • Jim Keeling
  • Justin Senker
  • Keith Hamrick
  • Paul Goddard
  • R.J. Vealey
  • Robert Nix
  • Rodney Justo
  • Ronnie Hammond
  • Roy Yeager
  • Sean Burke
  • Shaun Williamson
  • Steve Crosan
  • Steve Stone
  • Tommy Stribling
  • Atlanta Rhythm Section (1972)
  • Back Up Against the Wall (1973)
  • Third Annual Pipe Dream (1974)
  • Dog Days (1975)
  • Red Tape (1976)
  • A Rock and Roll Alternative (1976)
  • Champagne Jam (1978)
  • Underdog (1979)
  • Are You Ready (1979)
  • The Boys from Doraville (1980)
  • Quinella (1981)
  • Truth in a Structured Form (1989)
  • Best of Atlanta Rhythm Section (1991)
  • Atlanta Rhythm Section '96 (1996)
  • Partly Plugged (1997)
  • Eufaula (1999)
  • Live at The Savoy, New York October 27, 1981 (2000)
  • Classic Rock Monsters (2008)

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