Label: Capricorn Records - 2476 131 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: France • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock
Gregg Allman - It Ain't No Use - Playin' Up a Storm Play. Pause. Gregg Allman - Matthew's Arrival (Playin' Up A Storm, ) Play. Pause. "BRING IT ON BACK" (GREGG ALLMAN /5(96).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Playin' Up A Storm" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search Gregg Allman - It Ain't No Use - Playin' Up a Storm ; Gregg Allman - Matthew's Arrival (Playin' Up A Storm, ) The Gregg Allman Band – Playin' Up A Storm. Label /5(17).
Consequently, Playin’ Up a Storm is a well-made, expertly performed set of blues-rock, soul-pop, and straight-ahead rock & roll. There aren’t any true classics here, but the thing that makes it one of Allman’s best solo efforts is the terrific performances.
Playin' Up a Storm. Playin' Up a Storm is the second studio album by the Gregg Allman Band, released in on Capricorn Records. It peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Playin' Up a Storm was Allman's second solo studio effort, following 's Laid Back. It came after the breakup of the Allman Brothers Band in
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