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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Gregg Allman 1973 Laid Back





Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:35:47
Size: 49,09 MB

Review by Bruce Eder

Recorded in the same year as the Brothers and Sisters album, this solo debut release is a beautiful amalgam of R&B, folk, and gospel sounds, with the best singing on any of Gregg Allman's solo releases. He covers his own "Midnight Rider" in a more mournful, dirge-like manner, and Jackson Browne's "These Days" gets its most touching and tragic-sounding rendition as well. Although Chuck Leavell and Jaimoe are here, there's very little that sounds like the Allman Brothers Band -- prominent guitars, apart from a few licks by Tommy Talton (Cowboy, ex-We the People), are overlooked in favor of gospel-tinged organ and choruses behind Allman's soulful singing.



Tracklist:

01 - Midnight Rider 04:28

02 - Queen Of Hearts 06:17

03 - Please Call Home 02:45

04 - Don't Mess Up A Good Thing 04:06

05 - These Days 03:56

06 - Multi-Colored Lady 04:53

07 - All My Friends 04:33

08 - Will The Circle Be Unbroken 04:49





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