Titles :

1 - Hush / T. Graham Brown
2 - People Get Ready / Jimmy Hall
3 - Normal Love / Gregg Allman
4 - Ramblin' Gamblin' Man / Jimmy Hall
5 - A Day Without Jesus / Bobby Whitlock
6 - What's I Say /T. Graham Brown
7 - When Something Is Wrong With My Baby / Jimmy Hall
8 - Cotton Fields / Russell Smith
9 - Georgia In July / T. Graham Brown
10 - One Track Mind / Jimmy Hall
11 - Polk Salad Annie / Mike Stewart
12 - Wonderful Girl / Jimmy Hall
13 - Do You Want Really Have To Go / Ronnie Hammond
14 - Tell The Truth / Bobby Whitlock
15 - Softly And Tenderly / Amy Helm
16 - 'Til We Meet Again / Jimmy Hall

This splendid compilation recently released and which gather several well-known musicians in Southern Rock Music, like Gregg Allman, Ronnie Hammond, Jimmy Hall, etc... is a really wonderful and this, even if the general tendency of this album conveys only very few musical southern atmospheres, but for those whose ears rejoice when they perceive vocal expressions of very high level this disc is absolutely advised (we could say indispensable).
The first time I heard it, that said something to me, ho, la, la !! Only the top in lead vocal ! Jimmy Hall - the ex leader of Wet Willie- profits from the largest share of cake by printed his fabulous tone of voice on 5 songs, including the superb People Get Ready and Wonderful Girl. It is nevertheless necessary to specify that the predominance of this album goes on ballades, but what ballades !!!
Confirmation with Normal Love : a title of Atlanta Rhythm Section on the album Champagne Jam and magnificently played again by Mr Gregg Allman, just as the essential Ronnie Hammond on Do you Really Have to Go, that it is really what one can call "Singers", but strangely, the greatest shivers I felt were with Bobby Whitlock and Kim Carmel, the ex accomplice of Eric Clapton (Derek time & The Dominos) shouldered by his Kim partner are quite simply amazing for the two titles which are A Day Without Jesus and Tell The Truth ; then as the remainder of this album is of the same level other, how make not to recommand it.
John Molet

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