Road Goes on Forever review
casual fan may be satisfy their Allman Brothers Band needs with The
Road Goes on Forever. It is a two-disc compilation from their
early years through Enlightened Rouges. The compilation was expanded in 2002 with bonus tracks.
It includes a great sampling of both live and studio
recordings. It is certainly an exceptional introduction to The Allman
Brothers for new listeners, and a great way to replace record
Road Goes On Forever includes all but one track from the their
debut album, more than half of Idlewood South, all but two
tracks from Eat a Peach (including "Mt. Jam," which
is on the expanded releases Fillmore), and
all but two songs from Brothers and Sisters. Further, there
are several tracks from the Fillmore East, one track from Wipe
Your Windows, three from Enlightened Rouges, and a few
more. Clearly an exceptional value.
complement to The Road Goes On Forever is one of the The
This CD includes everything
from A Decade of Hits plus
14 additional songs.
In 2005 the CD Allman
Brothers Band Gold was released that is identical.
Grade A +