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Low Country Blues

by Gregg Allman

Low Country Blues by Gregg Allman

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Low Country Blues

by Gregg Allman

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Label: New Rounder
After the death of longtime friend and producer Tom Dowd, Gregg Allman lost the fire to get back into the recording studio, which explains the 14-year gap between albums. With Grammy-winner T-Bone Burnett, he finally made his way back into the studio with a handful of obscure blues songs from greats such as Muddy Waters, BB King and Buddy Guy. A team of musicians helped Allman rekindle the fire, laying down a sparse yet biting musical bed. Standouts include "Blind Man," "I Believe I'll Go Back Home," "Please Accept My Love" and "Just Another Rider" -- the only Allman-penned song.

About This Album

After the death of longtime friend and producer Tom Dowd, Gregg Allman lost the fire to get back into the recording studio, which explains the 14-year gap between albums. With Grammy-winner T-Bone Burnett, he finally made his way back into the studio with a handful of obscure blues songs from greats such as Muddy Waters, BB King and Buddy Guy. A team of musicians helped Allman rekindle the fire, laying down a sparse yet biting musical bed. Standouts include "Blind Man," "I Believe I'll Go Back Home," "Please Accept My Love" and "Just Another Rider" -- the only Allman-penned song.

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About This Album

After the death of longtime friend and producer Tom Dowd, Gregg Allman lost the fire to get back into the recording studio, which explains the 14-year gap between albums. With Grammy-winner T-Bone Burnett, he finally made his way back into the studio with a handful of obscure blues songs from greats such as Muddy Waters, BB King and Buddy Guy. A team of musicians helped Allman rekindle the fire, laying down a sparse yet biting musical bed. Standouts include "Blind Man," "I Believe I'll Go Back Home," "Please Accept My Love" and "Just Another Rider" -- the only Allman-penned song.