Laid Back - Gregg Allman

Laid Back

Gregg Allman

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 1973 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Midnight Rider Gregg Allman 4:28
2
Queen of Hearts Gregg Allman 6:17
3
Please Call Home Gregg Allman 2:48
4
Don't Mess Up a Good Thing Gregg Allman 4:13
5
These Days Gregg Allman 3:56
6
Multi Colored Lady Gregg Allman 4:55
7
All My Friends Gregg Allman 4:32
8
Will the Circle Be Unbroken Gregg Allman 4:49

Reviews

  • Soulful

    5
    By By Chris Field-Nov 15, 2009
    All great songs. Gregg Allman's voice is big and raspy and Southern. He takes you into another world, into a place of outlaws and Southern churches. A great American musician.
  • RIP Brother

    5
    By Litespeed NH
    A beautiful soulful voice lives on in Laid Back. It’s better than Moonshine.
  • Laid Back

    5
    By mayburg
    Have this album on vinyl, cd , now digitial. This is the most perfect rock album from a rocker as a legend himself gregg allman. It is soulfull and haunting , great singing remember when artists sang good?. Layed back is the perfect title to this album. Just great music.
  • Laid Back

    5
    By the kid 7273
    I first brought this album while I was in the service in Germany in the mid 1970s,. and always being into blues this album just hit home .I had lost my oridginal copy and have always missed not hearing these great soulful tunes I am glad to be able to get it again , even if it on a CD. You'll enjoy it to.
  • Really Laid Back in a Great Way

    5
    By BarryStanky
    I absolutely love this album. It is one that I keep going back to time and time again when I want to be "Laid Back". From first track through the last, it grabs you and hold your attention. This was Gregg Allman at his best when going solo.
  • Laid Back

    5
    By cindyanna
    One of the very best 70's Solo Albums. Gregg was in his best form, but then I have seen him at Foxwoods in the last few years and he is still great....but I LOVE this album best and it brings me back to those wild days with a smile. He has the most soulful voice around.
  • classic moods

    5
    By ypsi dennis
    I take myself almost 40 years (can it really be that long ago?) driving the back roads of northern Michigan with this playing in the 8track, losing myself in the soft, mellow mood this album always brought on. In the upcoming years I would throw this album on to pass rainy days in that same dreamy mood. One of my all time favorite albums, it always takes me back to much simpler times in my life....
  • Youth

    5
    By Corky B
    When I want to just get lost in Time, "These Days" takes me back to a time when my life was much simpler, and laid back. I love this album !!!
  • laid back

    5
    By stevinks42
    my fav. song on the album happened to be written by jackson brown. 'these days', i play, it sometimes when i walk by the stereo, it is always on my turntable. 'please, don't confront me with my failures...i'm aware of them'... the way he sings those lyric's... makes me feel not so quite alone with my screw-up's.
  • 40 years of great music

    5
    By Skramzzz
    The music of Gregg Allman & the Allman Brothers Band are like old friends that you can never get tired of. The ABB and all of the various solo projects and offshoot bands are simply amazing (check out Gov't Mule). Gregg Allman is a master at his game. This album will give you a taste of why the ABB will be selling out arenas and classic theaters all over the country in 2009 as they celebrate the Allman Brothers Band 40th anniversary. Congratulations to Gregg, Duane and the rest of the band members, past and present... and thank you for providing a great soundtrack for the background of my life.

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