Posted By: dirk1

The Allman Brothers Band 4 cd Box Set - Dreams
Genre: Blues | MP3 320 Kbps | 625 Mb | No covers availeble

Spanning four discs and nearly 100 tracks, Dreams is one of those rare box sets that tells a story while delivering the definitive word on its subject. Its success has a lot to do with its status as Polygram/Bill Levinson'ssequel to the acclaimed hit Crossroads, which summarized Eric Clapton's winding career perfectly. They follow the same approach here, gathering pre-Allman's recordings from the clan, including cuts by the Allman Joys, selecting the hits from the classic years, and adding stray cuts by solo projects to the mix. It's a smart move and it results in a terrific box that truly offers the definitive word on one of the longest-running dramas in Southern rock. Yes, the Allmans reunited rather successfully after this box, so none of that material is here, but it's not missed – this is the story of the band.

Disc 1
1. Shapes Of Things
2. Spoonful
3. Crossroads
4. Cast Off All My Fears
5. Down In Texas
6. Ain't No Good To Cry
7. BB King Medley
8. Morning Dew
9. God Rest His Soul
10. I Feel Free
11. She Has Funny Cars
12. Goin' Down Slow
13. Dreams
14. Don't Want You No More
15. It's Not My Cross To Bear
16. Trouble No More
17. Dreams

Disc 2
1. Statesboro Blues
2. Hoochie Coochie Man
3. Midnight Rider
4. Dimples
5. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
6. Revival
7. One More Ride
8. Whipping Post
9. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
10. Drunken Hearted Boy

1. You Don't Love Me/Soul Serenade
2. Blue Sky
3. Little Martha
4. Melissa
5. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
6. Wasted Words
7. Ramblin' Man
8. Southbound
9. Jessica
10. Midnight Rider
11. One Way Out
12. Long Time Gone

Disc 4
1. Can't Lose What You Never Had
2. Come And Go Blues
3. Bougainvillea
4. Can You Fool
5. Good Time Feeling
6. Crazy Love
7. Can't Take It With You
8. Just Ain't Easy
9. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
10. Angeline
11. Things You Used To Do
12. Nancy
13. Rain
14. I'm No Angel
15. Demons
16. Duane's Tune

enjoy, greetz Dirk