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The Gregg Allman Band|I'm No Angel

I'm No Angel

The Gregg Allman Band

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Nearly ten years separate Gregg Allman's third and fourth solo albums (not counting Allman & Woman), which is quite a long stretch by anyone's standards. Of course, there were a number of reasons why Allman didn't release an album between 1977's Playin' Up a Storm and 1986's I'm No Angel -- various substance addictions, bad marriage, disappearing bands. By 1986, he had pulled it all together and crafted I'm No Angel, an album designed to be a comeback. After all, the title track alone was a statement of purpose, a declaration of his bad-boy ways. Since this album was released in the midst of the Reagan era, it's not only a little musically tame -- slick surfaces and keyboards dominate -- but the attitude is a little lax, too. On the title track, a song that justifiably became one of his signature tunes, the lyrics say "darn" instead of "damn," which is a little tame for someone like Allman. Still, what matters is the tune, and it's a corker -- so much so that it overshadows many of the other cuts on the record. However, I'm No Angel is, by and large, a solid and thoroughly enjoyable set of songs. The main problem is the production, which is a bit too much of its time. However, that's an easy flaw to overlook, especially for hardcore fans, because Allman rarely delivered a solo album as solid as this.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
I'm No Angel (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:03:42

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - P. Palmer, Composer - P. Palmer, Lyricist - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - T. Colton, Composer - T. Colton, Lyricist - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Anything Goes (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:04:12

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - The 4 MW Horns, Horns - Gregg Allman, Composer - Gregg Allman, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - Eric White, Arranger - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Evidence Of Love (Album Version)
Gregg Allman
00:04:34

S. Diamond, Composer - S. Diamond, Lyricist - Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - C. Farren, Composer - C. Farren, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - Don Johnson, Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass - Ed Calle, Tenor Saxophone

(P) 1987 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Yours For The Asking (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:03:15

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - F. Toler, Composer - F. Toler, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Composer - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - D. Toler, Composer - D. Toler, Lyricist - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Things That Might Have Been (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:04:26

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - Gregg Allman, Composer - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - D. Toler, Composer - D. Toler, Lyricist - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Can't Keep Running (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:04:02

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Greg Allman, Performer - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - M. Briley, Composer - M. Briley, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - M. Bolton, Composer - M. Bolton, Lyricist - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Faces Without Names (Album Version)
Gregg Allman
00:03:35

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - G. Allman, Composer - G. Allman, Lyricist - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - D. Toler, Composer - D. Toler, Lyricist - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Lead Me On (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:04:44

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - Gregg Allman, Composer - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - Daniel Toler, Composer - Daniel Toler, Lyricist - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Don't Want You No More (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:02:30

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Rodney Mills, Producer - E. Hardin, Composer - E. Hardin, Lyricist - David Toler, Drums - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - Dan Toler, Guitar - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - S. Davis, Composer - S. Davis, Lyricist - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
It's Not My Cross To Bear (Album Version)
The Gregg Allman Band
00:05:37

Tim Heding, Background Vocal - Tim Heding, Keyboards - Gregg Allman, Composer - Gregg Allman, Lyricist - Gregg Allman, Guitar - Gregg Allman, Organ - Gregg Allman, Performer - The Allman Brothers Band, Performer - Chaz Trippy, Percussion - David Toler, Drums - Bruce Waibel, Background Vocal - Bruce Waibel, Acoustic Bass - Rodney Mills, Producer - Dan Toler, Guitar

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Descriptif de l'album

Nearly ten years separate Gregg Allman's third and fourth solo albums (not counting Allman & Woman), which is quite a long stretch by anyone's standards. Of course, there were a number of reasons why Allman didn't release an album between 1977's Playin' Up a Storm and 1986's I'm No Angel -- various substance addictions, bad marriage, disappearing bands. By 1986, he had pulled it all together and crafted I'm No Angel, an album designed to be a comeback. After all, the title track alone was a statement of purpose, a declaration of his bad-boy ways. Since this album was released in the midst of the Reagan era, it's not only a little musically tame -- slick surfaces and keyboards dominate -- but the attitude is a little lax, too. On the title track, a song that justifiably became one of his signature tunes, the lyrics say "darn" instead of "damn," which is a little tame for someone like Allman. Still, what matters is the tune, and it's a corker -- so much so that it overshadows many of the other cuts on the record. However, I'm No Angel is, by and large, a solid and thoroughly enjoyable set of songs. The main problem is the production, which is a bit too much of its time. However, that's an easy flaw to overlook, especially for hardcore fans, because Allman rarely delivered a solo album as solid as this.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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