The Allman Brothers Band -The Reach For The Sky
The Allman Brothers Band -The Reach For The Sky
The Allman Brothers Band -The Reach For The Sky
The Allman Brothers Band -The Reach For The Sky

The Allman Brothers Band -The Reach For The Sky

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Gregg Allman – keyboards, lead vocals  [click here to see more vinyl featuring Gregg Allman]

Dickey Betts – guitar, co-lead vocals (A1), lead vocals (A4, B2)

Dan Toler – guitar

David Goldflies – bass guitar

Butch Trucks – drums, percussion

Jai Johanny Johanson – drums


1 LP, Gatefold Cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Arista

Recorded May 1980 at Pyramid's Eye Recording Studio, Lookout Mountain, Georgia

Engineered & mixed by Kurt Kinzel

Produced by Cobb, Lawler, The Allman Brothers Band

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1980

Reissued in 2014



Side A :

            1 Hell & High Water

            2 Mystery Woman

            3 From The Madness Of The West

            4 I Got A Right To Be Wrong


Side B :

            1 Angeline

            2 Famous Last Words

            3 Keep On Keepin’ On

            4 So Long


Reviews :

"Water was being tread ever so slightly here, but there's still enough impressive musicianship and (to a lesser extent) interesting songwriting to qualify this as a solid artifact of the Allmans Mach 2 period (although the occasionally jarring use of synthesizers, rather than the band's usual organ/piano sound, has dated a bit). The standout track is clearly "From the Madness of the West," the sole song here where the twin guitars of Dickey Betts and Dan Toler recall earlier band classics like "Jessica." Also noteworthy is a stomping barrelhouse rocker, "I've Got a Right," sung by Gregg Allman with his usual gruff bluster, and the catchy mean-woman blues "Angeline," which became a minor radio hit." AllMusic Review by Rovi Staff


Ratings :

AllMusic : 2,5 / 5 , Discogs : 3,5 / 5

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