Special 200g 45RPM 12" Single Mastered From the Original Tapes By Ryan K. Smith At Sterling Sound
Greg Allman's mercurial and organ heavy 1973 solo debut, Laid Back, which was recorded the same year as ABB's Brothers and Sisters album, peaked at No. 13 and is anchored by a downcast remake of his own classic "Midnight Rider" and a moving rendition of Jackson Browne's "These Days." Both esteemed tracks have been mastered from the original tapes by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound and are presented as a definitive sounding two-sided 200g 45RPM 12" single courtesy of Quality Record Pressings.
"Gregg Allman's voice came sailing clear throughout the room, the band punched through the air with force and clarity. Impressively, the dial was only set at 11 o'clock-and by the time I pushed the envelope up to around two (just for the heck of it), there wasn't a drop of distortion created-just more clean air in the volume. As far as my ears were concerned, Chad's special single release of these two Gregg Allman performances turned out to be a sonic victory." – Wayne Goins, Positive-Feedback.com
• 200g 45RPM 12" single from Analogue Productions
• Featuring Laid Back (1973) songs "Midnight Rider" and "These Days"
• Mastered by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound from the original tapes
• Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings
- Midnight Rider
- These Days