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Gregg Allman - Don't Mess Up A Good Thing download mp3 album
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Album:
Don't Mess Up A Good Thing
Style:
Blues Rock
Released:
1973
Country:
US
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1145 mb
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1960 mb
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1324 mb
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Laid Back is the debut studio solo album by American singer-songwriter Gregg Allman, released in October 1973 by Capricorn Records. Allman, best known as the anist of the Allman Brothers Band, first began considering a solo career after internal disagreements with that group. He developed the album as a small creative outlet wherein he would assume full control, and he co-produced the album alongside Johnny Sandlin.

Don't Mess Up A Good Thing Lyrics. Don't you be no fool Don't you be no fool If you keep messing around now baby. Good thing) Gonna mess up a good thing (Good thing) You don't know what you're hitting (Good thing) Gonna mess up a good thing (Good thing) Na na na na na. You tell me that you got a part-time lover Living away cross town But it won't be just about little while baby Before you put me down. Now don't you go running across town baby To catch me doing wrong I'm just a little bit jealous baby 'Cause we got a thing going o. .

The Gregg Allman Tour on Gregg Allman Gregg Allman’s tour in support of his debut solo LP, Laid Back, led to the recording of this album (originally two LPs. Strangely enough, the album contains only three of Laid Back’s songs - Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing opens the show in a properly spirited, earthy manner, but it’s the second song, Queen of Hearts, in a soaring rendition, with gorgeous backing by Annie Sutton, Erin Dickins, and Lynn Rubin, and superb sax work by Randall Bramblett and David Brown, that. shows Allman in his glory as a singer and bandleader

Gonna mess up that good thing Ya baby (Good thing) What can I say (Good thing) Oh darling (Good thing) Ohhhh. They tell me you got a part-time lover Living away cross town Won't be more than a little while baby You'll be putting me down Don't you be no fool, no don't you be no fool (Be no fool, be no fool) Gonna keep on jiving 'round now, baby Gonna mess up that good thing (Gonna mess up. that good thing)

The two brothers played in a band, The Escorts and Allman Joys, and after moving to California, and landed a contract with Liberty Records, they renamed the band to The Hour Glass. After two Psychedelic releases, which Duane didn't like, they split up, and Duane moved back to the south. Liberty Records wanted Gregg to go solo, and Hour Glass disbanded. Gregg became tired of that arrangement, and joined his brother in his new formed group, when they needed a singer. This was the beginning of The Allman Brothers Band. Once married to actress and singer Cher, 1975 to 1979.

Don't Mess Up A Good Thing. Don't Mess Up A Good Thing. Don´t mess up a good thing. I Know It's a Good Thing.

The Gregg Allman Tour is the first live album by Gregg Allman, released in 1974. It peaked at number 50 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts in 1974. It was originally released as a double LP. For this concert, Allman was backed by the band Cowboy, who played two of their own songs. Several of its members had already backed Gregg Allman on his debut album the previous year. The Gregg Allman Tour was re-mastered and re-released on CD in 2001 by Polydor

Tracklist

A Don't Mess Up A Good Thing (Mono) 2:49
B Don't Mess Up A Good Thing (Stereo) 2:49

Credits

  • Producer – Gregg Allman, Johnny Sandlin
  • Written-By – Oliver Sain

Notes

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CPR 0042 Gregg Allman Don't Mess Up A Good Thing / Please Call Home ‎(7", Single) Capricorn Records CPR 0042 US 1973