180 Gram Vinyl Record
Limited edition 180-gram LP
Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Capitol Records
Plated and pressed at RTI
The Allman Brothers Band's signature mix of down-home groove and instrumental virtuosity, blues-drenched soul and guitar-driven rock, and dedication to all-night jamming, laid the groundwork for what became known as the Southern Rock movement. The band rewrote the rulebook on how rock guitarists could play together along the way, and laid the groundwork for every two and even three-guitar band that would follow in their wake.
A third incarnation of the ABB was formed for 1979's Enlightened Rogues — a line-up of Gregg Allman (keyboards, vocals), Dickey Betts (guitar, vocals), Dan Toler (guitar), David Goldflies (bass), Butch Trucks (drums, percussion) and Jaimoe (drums) — which would remain for a three album run through 1981's Brothers of the Road before disbanding once again.
The gospel-infused 1980 release Reach For The Sky fell in the middle of those three offerings, a well constructed eight-song set home to such ABB gems as Dickey Betts' "Hell & High Water," Gregg Allman's stellar "Mystery Woman," the instrumental "From The Madness Of The West," and the surprise hit single "Angeline."
Friday Music is pleased to offer a limited edition 180-gram vinyl pressing of The Allman Brothers Band's Reach For The Sky with mastering courtesy of Joe Reagoso at Capitol Records and manufacturing from RTI.
|Hell & High Water|
|From The Madness Of The West|
|I Got A Right To Be Wrong|
|Famous Last Words|
|Keep On Keepin’ On|