CD reissue. The Mycology is a well-selected overview of The Allman Brothers Band's surprisingly sturdy tenure with Epic Records, which included guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes and bassist Allan Woody, came as close as possible to recreating this group's original, glorious, creative beginnings. The country-flavored "Seven Turns" is among the finest Bett's compositions, "End Of The line" is a slow and menacing stab of southern blues rock. "Back Where It All Begins" is their latter day southern anthem and the two bonus are simply breathtaking, Betts and Warren Haynes playing acoustic slide guitars in a reading of "Midnight Rider" and an obscure performance of "Every Hungry Woman" featuring their classic line-up.
CD reissue. The Mycology is a well-selected overview of The Allman Brothers Band's surprisingly sturdy tenure with Epic Records, which included guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes and bassist Allan Woody, came as close as possible to recreating this group's original, glorious, creative beginnings. The country-flavored "Seven Turns" is among the finest Bett's compositions, "End Of The line" is a slow and menacing stab of southern blues rock. "Back Where It All Begins" is their latter day southern anthem and the two bonus are simply breathtaking, Betts and Warren Haynes playing acoustic slide guitars in a reading of "Midnight Rider" and an obscure performance of "Every Hungry Woman" featuring their classic line-up.
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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 09/11/2020
UPC: 8718627231586

Mycology: An Anthology
Artist: The Allman Brothers Band
Format: CD
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CD reissue. The Mycology is a well-selected overview of The Allman Brothers Band's surprisingly sturdy tenure with Epic Records, which included guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes and bassist Allan Woody, came as close as possible to recreating this group's original, glorious, creative beginnings. The country-flavored "Seven Turns" is among the finest Bett's compositions, "End Of The line" is a slow and menacing stab of southern blues rock. "Back Where It All Begins" is their latter day southern anthem and the two bonus are simply breathtaking, Betts and Warren Haynes playing acoustic slide guitars in a reading of "Midnight Rider" and an obscure performance of "Every Hungry Woman" featuring their classic line-up.