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The Gregg Allman Band CD, I'm No Angel

$8.00 USD

Cd, case and inserts are in mint / near mint condition. Original Warner Brothers Records pressing.  This is not a promotional version. 

1. I'm No Angel
2. Anything Goes
3. Evidence of Love
4. Yours for the Asking
5. Things That Might Have Been
6. Can't Keep Running
7. Faces Without Names
8. Lead Me On
9. Don't Want You No More
10. It's Not My Cross to Bear

Album Notes
Personnel: Gregg Allman (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, organ); Don Johnson (vocals); Dan Toler (guitar); Ed Callle (tenor saxophone); Tim Heding (keyboards, background vocals); Bruce Waibel (bass guitar, background vocals); David "Frankie" Toler (drums); Chaz Trippy (percussion).Recording information: Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL.Photographer: Brian Hagiwara.Unknown Contributor Role: Gregg Allman.Nearly ten years separate Gregg Allman's third and fourth solo albums (not counting Allman & Woman), which is quite a long stretch by anyone's standards. Of course, there were a number of reasons why Allman didn't release an album between 1977's Playin' Up a Storm and 1986's I'm No Angel -- various substance addictions, bad marriage, disappearing bands. By 1986, he had pulled it all together and crafted I'm No Angel, an album designed to be a comeback. After all, the title track alone was a statement of purpose, a declaration of his bad-boy ways. Since this album was released in the midst of the Reagan era, it's not only a little musically tame -- slick surfaces and keyboards dominate -- but the attitude is a little lax, too. On the title track, a song that justifiably became one of his signature tunes, the lyrics say "darn" instead of "damn," which is a little tame for someone like Allman. Still, what matters is the tune, and it's a corker -- so much so that it overshadows many of the other cuts on the record. However, I'm No Angel is, by and large, a solid and thoroughly enjoyable set of songs. The main problem is the production, which is a bit too much of its time. However, that's an easy flaw to overlook, especially for hardcore fans, because Allman rarely delivered a solo album as solid as this. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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