Honest. Sober. Fair.
This is a bare it all, tell it like it was great story! Most rockers, bluesmen that have this tale to tell are dead, and Lord knows Gregg came close enough too many times - I think he will acknowledge, truthfully and soberly, that God has something left for him to do. Could there be a Reverend Gregg Allman? I'd love to spend an afternoon talking with this guy.
I gave the Performance ""3 stars"" because of the amount of the profanity, but the Story category is clearly a 5Star.
If you haven't read or listened to this - if Gregg and/or the ABB do it for ya - check this out. If you have the means to listen to it, I think that's the best, you hear it all in that same soulful voice. You can hear him well enough to know he's being truthful, and he tells some hard truths on himself.
Its enough to make you think he'd been tied to the whippin' post!
Clapton's autobiography, but this is a much better book. Clapton patted himself on the back a lot, talked a lot about how much money he had, etc. Not so here.
I didn't dislike anything - he told it all, in my opinion and as I know it.
The guy must have 9 lives, or God really hasn't finished with him. I'm a Christian, I'm inclined to think God has a plan for him.
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