By Jordon Isaac Sanchez
Great album, makes me miss the good ol days and long nights of drinking :)
where is "can't keep running"
where is can't keep running.that was a hit.where is it?
No Stranger/Best of Greg Allman
Greg Allman has a whole lot of soul for a "white boy" and the remakes and arrangements of some old classics truly "rocks". Before the bullets fly makes my old bones want to move!!
Some o' ya'll don't get it....
Gregg Allman could come out with an album Zydeco music and I'd buy it. I think this album jams all over hell's half acre. The tunes are insightful. Island, about his daughter, is very emotional. The solo in it is a thing of raw awe. His vocals are still those that I cut my teeth on as a rock singer. I'm still trying to sound like him but never will. No matter what he sings, he carries it off -- whether straight up blues or the introspection evidenced in a great deal of his solo records. Yes, the tunes are different. Arrangements are jazzy, tasty. Evidence of Love is one of my favorites. Get Angel, Island, Evidence and Demons and you've got gold.
By molly loves trumpet
that was LAME!
Allman Sound? You Gotta Love It!
Ok, just because miles pepper has never got laid (and never will) does not give him the right to diss this incredible musician. The Allman Brothers Band has got to be the best band of all time, and Gregg's Solo work outshines almost anything in the 80's. "I'm No Angel" is one of the few good songs to come out of the 80's, and what a song it was. This collection is a solid listen, with all the hits, plus Melissa (Live) and a live cover of the Jackson Browne Classic "These Days" you can't go wrong. Power to you Gregg, you're the best.
fits the genre!
By Victor Burgundy
gregg has become one of the poster boys of trailer trash, biker and strip club music. this has watered down the sound for me.