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In an inspired pairing, producer T Bone Burnett teams up with Gregg Allman on Low Country Blues, the veteran Southern rocker’s first solo album in nearly 14 years. The voice of the Allman Brothers Band does more than trade on his legendary status here — he renews his stature by reconnecting with the blues and R&B sounds that inspired him in his youth. Allman makes these songs his own by infusing them with a sense of his personal trials and hardships. His raw-throated takes on Otis Rush’s “Checking On My Baby” and Sleepy John Estes’ “Floating Bridge” are at once pain-wracked and commanding; on Bobby Bland’s “Blind Man,” he displays the seductive finesse of an uptown bluesman. Even more visceral is Allman’s treatment of Skip James’ ”Devil Got My Woman,” rendered here as a swampy roadhouse stomper. Burnett surrounds the singer with an A-list crew of players, with Mac (Dr. John) Rebennack’s moody yet ever-swinging piano and Doyle Bramhall II’s slithery guitar lines lending support. Gritty, haunting and eloquent, Low Country Blues marks Allman’s return to the front ranks of American music.

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His best in years

This album is a perfect blend of an homage to country blues of the 20s and 30s with modern recording techniques and a depth of sound. T-Bone Burnett has his signature on this CD and that's a good thing. From the opening track to the last, this should be a primer on the evolution of the blues for all blues fans. The musicianship is extraordinary. I've hardly stopped listening to it since I bought it.

Best blues album so far of 2011

Early contender for blues album of the year.Strong thru out ,if this tweaks your interest on the first listen, it will only grow on you, the more you listen to it.Glad to see Gregg Allman back on the scene and can't wait for a follow up album.


Born: December 08, 1947 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Gregg Allman's most visible contribution to rock music is as lead singer, organist, and songwriter with the Allman Brothers Band, founded by his brother Duane (d. 1971) in 1969. He never threatened to eclipse the band that carries his family name, but he has found occasional success and popularity with his solo work, which is distinctly different, more soulful, and less focused on high-wattage virtuosity. Allman's instrument is the organ, and he is most effective, when he is in top form, as a singer....
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