1. (00:04:05) The Allman Brothers Band - All Night Train
2. (00:04:57) The Allman Brothers Band - Sailin' 'cross The Devil's Sea
3. (00:09:12) The Allman Brothers Band - Back Where It All Begins
4. (00:06:44) The Allman Brothers Band - Soulshine
5. (00:06:00) The Allman Brothers Band - No One To Run With
6. (00:06:15) The Allman Brothers Band - Change My Way Of Living
7. (00:05:01) The Allman Brothers Band - Mean Woman Blues
8. (00:04:02) The Allman Brothers Band - Everybody's Got A Mountain To Climb
9. (00:04:09) The Allman Brothers Band - What's Done Is Done
10. (00:05:37) The Allman Brothers Band - Temptation Is A Gun
Playing Time.........: 00:56:45
Total Size...........: 382.49 MB
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Review from Amazon.com.
This Allman Brothers 1994. album is their best work since the seventies. You got all of the Allman trademarks: solful and bluesy vocals bay Gregg Allman, and Dickey Betts, great guitar interplays by Betts and Hayes, wall of drums, and offcourse extremely tight jamming. Warren Hayes is best guitarist thay had since Duane Allman. Allen Woody is great on bass. The songs maybe aren't so catchy at first - like in the seventies - (some ARE in fact, like `Soulshine'), but after a few listenings you realize those are great songs, not one of them is missing something; and the lyrics are great, too. However, what carries the album most is -- at my pleasure -- jamming. The playing is intense and cohesive just like in good old times, and Hayes & Woody fit in perfectly. The album is recorded live in the studio, which contributed to these album's great atmophsfere/sound. Example of great jamming are `Back where it all begins' (stellar jamming!, clean guitars, driving bass -- music to my ears), `Mean woman blues' (oh yeah, and some mean guitars, too!), or `Change my way of living' (great blues-rock), but all the numbers are having something to please right from the opening `All night train' with classic Allman Bross. dual guitars intro, to closing number `Temptation is a gun', where Gregg shines on vocal again.
These record isn't equal to their classic seventies work (maybe vocals sond a little bit old or tired - offcourse, they are much older now, and can't give their best any more in that section!), but all in all gets very close and it is certainly worth your money, esspecially if you are a fan - then it is essential!!