Southern Blood (Deluxe Edition) - Gregg Allman

Southern Blood (Deluxe Edition)

Gregg Allman

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2017-09-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2017 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
My Only True Friend Gregg Allman 6:16 USD 1.29
2
Once I Was Gregg Allman 3:56 USD 1.29
3
Going Going Gone Gregg Allman 4:29 USD 1.29
4
Black Muddy River Gregg Allman 4:37 USD 1.29
5
I Love the Life I Live Gregg Allman 3:31 USD 1.29
6
Willin’ Gregg Allman 3:36 USD 1.29
7
Blind Bats and Swamp Rats Gregg Allman 4:32 USD 1.29
8
Out of Left Field Gregg Allman 4:09 USD 1.29
9
Love Like Kerosene Gregg Allman 4:17 USD 1.29
10
Song For Adam (feat. Jackson B Gregg Allman 6:21 USD 1.29
11
I Love the Life I Live Gregg Allman 5:24 USD 1.29
12
Love Like Kerosene Gregg Allman 7:10 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • all the years

    5
    By bobkatmsu
    Have followed the ABB since the beginning. I owned a club in Clearwater, Fla and he played there one time in the mid-80's. It was not a great time for Gregg but you could still hear the magic and I will never forget being able to meet and spend some time with him. Fortunatley I had the opportunity to see him at the Wuanee Festival several times with Derek Truks and Warren Haynes, when the band was great again. Never be foregotten, the music will live on.
  • Appreciation

    5
    By THE Megalodon
    I've been a fan of the Allmans for many decades (yes, I'm 58). Gregg's voice and songwriting are among the greatest ever. His untimely passing hurts, however this final musical gift really showcases his incredible talents. Whether you enjoy blues, southern rock, boogie, or honky tonk, there's something for just about everyone who can appreciate a master at his craft!
  • Sad yet joyful

    5
    By Mgcola
    An amazing conclusion to an incredible career. A great collection of songs ( mostly covers) that Allman sings perfectly. But knowing that he made these choices,knowing the end was near is so sad. I read he always wanted to cover Jackson Browne's Song For Adam, because it reminded him of his brother, Duane. Producer, Don Was said it was the last song Allman recorded and rightly so, ends the album.
  • Grand Finale

    5
    By Foxot
    I think Gregg would be justifiably proud of Southern Blood. Good listening. Hope he and Dwayne are together again.
  • Pure!

    5
    By zone08
    Hard to add more to what's already been said, except this may be the Purest of Gregs legacy... I have a memory attached to many of his songs, will miss him and all of the Brothers.
  • black muddy river, chilling

    5
    By hamilton41
    simply chilling to hear Greg sing 'black muddy river' , it was the last song jerry garcia sang in concert,,rest in power, your music is your legacy...
  • Boy, Oh Boy

    5
    By fahgetthenick
    "You never miss your water until your well runs dry." Gregg, we sure are going to miss you. A true force of nature gone right before our eyes, one of the true "talents" that has graced this land. I loved listening to the old Allman Brothers tunes rearranged with those horns, Gregg. This latest it a testament to your soul and talent. Rest in Peace, brother.
  • His Farewell, His Best

    5
    By LeftWrite
    Standing on its own without any back story, this album is amazing. However, when you consider everything that surrounds it – Allman's passing, the knowledge that this would be his last musical statement as it was being made, and the meticulous song selection - "Southern Blood" takes on a legendary career-defining status immediately. His only original song (co-written with Scott Sharrard) "The Road is My One True Friend" created an emotional connection for me on first listen. "I hope you're haunted by the music of my soul, when I'm gone" may be the best single line ever. I think it's the sentiment every aging songwriter thinks in their heads and feels in their hearts. Don Was' production brought out the best in Allman's amazing voice. The one sad note about "Southern Blood" is that Allman passed knowing he would never be able to share these songs on the road, which, was his "one true friend."
  • Astounding

    5
    By unclewaldo32214
    As a long time Allman Brothers Band Fan, Gregg's death broke my heart. When I heard he had been working on Southern Blood right before his death it amazed me. I had to preorder it. I now listen to it almost every day and it's become a favorite album. The songs can be sad in ways but also very uplifting!
  • Southern Blood

    5
    By balto ed
    absolutely outstanding. He will be missed. Music won't ever be the same

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