Recorded before a small (and very lucky) audience on August 26th,1971 at A & R Studios in N.Y. and broadcast by WPLJ-FM, this is the last ABB's live performance featuring Duane Allman, and features their original line-up in top form. A must for all Allman fans out there! Track list: 1. Statesboro Blues 2. Trouble No More 3. Don t Keep Me Wonderin 4. Done Somebody Wrong 5. One Way Out 6. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 7. Stormy Monday 8. You Don t Love Me 9. Soul Serenade 10. You Don t Love Me 11. Soul Serenade (In Memory Of King Curtis) 12. Hot Lanta
Otra vez en stock.Con tres temas extra y en vinilo de 180 gramos, se reedita este disco de los Allman Brothers Band y sus melodías de guitarra para arriba y para abajo.
In July 1956, Chess Records issued what was arguably the hardest-hitting Chuck Berry LP of them all, Chuck Berry Is On Top. The man himself started the year appearing as both a performer and actor in the Hollywood feature film Go, Johnny, Go, which was named after a line in one of his own songs. The oldest song on the album was from May 1955, the newest from February 1959, but nine out of the twelve came from 1958, and indeed, any Chuck Berry fan who had been religiously buying each Chess 45 and EP would have owned every track already, except for the instrumental, Blues For Hawaiians. Nevertheless, viewed as a collec... + INFO
Chuck Berrys Fourth album lavishly presented with artwork by renowned rock n roll designer Sophie Lo and liner notes by author Max Decharne . Remastered for todays optimum sound and pressed on Red Vinyl