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Monday, November 26, 2012

The Gregg Allman Band 1988 Just Before The Bullets Fly

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:40:37
Size: 93,07 MB

United States

review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

I'm No Angel was such a success that Gregg Allman wasted no time delivering its follow-up, 1988's Just Before the Bullets Fly. Essentially, the album is I'm No Angel, Pt. 2, with the same glossy mixes and straight-ahead rock & roll. This isn't a bad thing, in theory, and the execution is solid. It's just that the songs aren't there. There are a couple of moments that work -- namely, the opening punch of "Demons" and "Before the Bullets Fly" -- but most of the tunes aren't terribly memorable, and the ultra-slick production doesn't help matters. Given this tepid effort, it's little wonder that it took Allman nearly ten years to deliver a sequel.


01 - Demons 03:28

02 - Before The Bullets Fly 03:42

03 - Slip Away 04:31

04 - Thorn And A Wild Rose 04:15

05 - Ocean Awash The Gunwale 04:53

06 - Can't Get Over You 03:28

07 - Island 04:18

08 - Fear Of Falling 03:35

09 - Night Games 03:54

10 - Every Hungry Woman 04:33

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KDNYfm said...

Thanx Mile, I see Erlewine doesnt think much of this album, but personally I do...


Anonymous said...

Thank you.

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