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Allman Goldflies Band - Second Chance (2018)

Other Rock
Fecha: 16 febrero 2019
Añadido: StasOn11
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  • ARTISTA: Allman Goldflies Band
  • ÁLBUM / TÍTULO: Second Chance
  • PAÍS: United States
  • ESTILO: Southern Rock
  • ETIQUETA: ℗ 2018 Symphonic Distribution
  • DURACIÓN: 00:41:03
  • CALIDAD: 320 kbps
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Descripción del álbum

01. Ever Been So Lonely Baby (05:20)
02. Standing In The Georgia Rain (03:34)
03. Southerns All I Ever Want To Be (03:50)
04. Can't Turn Back Now (04:45)
05. Fadiddle (03:40)
06. Baby Show Me How (03:30)
07. Pretty Green Eyes (03:05)
08. When Jesus Calls (03:46)
09. Yesterday’s Blues (04:30)
10. You Gave Me Love (04:59)
The Allman Goldflies Band stems from the long-term friendship of two musicians, Gary Allman and David Goldflies.

Gary Allman’s music contains stories from all of his life. His recent songs portray Gary’s journey, his pain and loss, and finally...his redemption. The songs, many of which were written in prison, have formed the core of the first release "Second Chance" of the Allman Goldflies Band.

David Goldflies, a lifelong musician, distinguished himself at an early age with multiple tours and albums with the Allman Brothers Band. David’s understanding of the emotion and drive of authentic southern rock and blues can be heard in both his playing and his original music.

Our first release "Second Chance" is getting great reviews and worldwide airplay. It is available on Itunes, Amazon Music, Spotify and other streaming sites.

The Allman Goldflies Band is renewing southern music with honest, hard driving, inspired performances.

Gary Allman (keyboards, guitar, vocals) has roots in Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee - truly a man of the south. Gary cut his musical teeth on blues and rock including such artists as B.B. King, Alan Collins, Albert King, Marshall Tucker, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and of course, the Allman Brothers Band. Gary studied guitar with Toy Caldwell of the Marshall Tucker Band. Gary and David Goldflies have reunited after playing together in the early 2000s to form the Allman Goldflies Band.

David Goldflies (bass, violin, vocals) is from Oxford, Ohio but has spent most of his life living in Florida. Starting out on violin, David switched to bass guitar at age 14. He played on the hit single "Black Betty" with the group that later became Ram Jam. In 1978 he landed a gig with Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts and the Great Southern Band. In mid-1979 the Allman Brothers Band reformed after a jam in Central Park in NYC with the Great Southern Band and Mr. Goldflies was asked to play bass in the Allman Brothers. He played on three Allman Brothers albums - Enlightened Rogues, Reach for the Sky, and Brothers of the Road. David is one of just 20 musicians that performed and recorded in the Allman Brothers Band. His Alembic bass that was played on tour with the ABB is now on display in Macon, Ga. at the Big House Museum which is the home of the definitive Allman Brothers historical collections. In addition to performing with the Allman Brothers, David performed with BHLT (Dickey Betts, Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie, Chuck Level, and Butch Trucks). Mr. Goldflies is an author and composer and currently performs with the Panama City POPS Orchestra and the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (Niceville, FL). David is a founding member and music director of the Allman Goldflies Band.

With their debut effort, the Allman Goldflies Band offers their version of southern rock that sprang from the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band. Gary Allman, a cousin of Duane and Greg, handles vocals, keyboards, acoustic and slide guitar. Bassist David “Rook” Goldflies served stints in Dickey Betts Great Southern Band and the ABB when they reformed in 1979. Other band members include Joe Weiss on guitar, bass, and vocals, with Shawn Shackelford on drums. Matt Siegal and the late Luther Wamble also make appearances on guitar.

“Ever Been So Lonely Baby” starts things off with Allman delivering a gritty vocal over a hearty shuffle sparked by a thick bass line from Goldflies and a taut guitar solo. The band immediately shifts gears into a gentle ballad, “Standing In The Georgia Rain,” focused around Allman’s acoustic guitar, with several interjections from multiple electric guitars. “Southern’s All I Ever Wanted To Be” features a familiar twin guitar sound and some fine keyboard work as the band celebrates their roots on an easy rocking number. “Yesterday’s Blues” is a emotionally-fraught examination of loss and separation, with short guitar interludes heightening the aura of sadness.

The lone instance of instrumental jamming takes place on “Fadiddle,” a wild ride through a dark terrain with Goldflies on violin, his first instrument, giving the Charlie Daniels sound an Eastern European tinge. Allman’s slide guitar playing is prominently featured on “Baby Show Me How,” a countrified ballad about redemption beyond the prison gates. On “Pretty Green Eyes,” the guitars rock a bit harder on a track that bears resemblance to the Marshall Tucker Band. Goldflies lays down a popping bass line on “Can’t Turn Back Now,” his thin voice extolling the virtues living life on your own terms. Wamble distinguishes himself on “You Gave Me Love,” his melodic guitar licks the high point on another ballad. The closer tune, “When Jesus Calls,” is a touching tribute to Allman’s mother featuring a full choir on backing vocals over a shifting rhythmic foundation.

There is plenty to enjoy on this all-original program. The music is well-played and the vocals are heartfelt, if not always engaging. Followers of the Southern rock idiom will certainly want to give this one several listens. Discerning blues listeners will probably need to look elsewhere.

Gary Allman
David Goldflies
Shawn “Shack” Shackelford
Joe Weiss
Matt Siegel
Gary Allman

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16 febrero 2019

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