For Allman Brother fans who are trying to get "Shades of Two Worlds" and can't find it, well here it is with 4 other 1990 - 1994 releases. And the price has "bargain bin" written all over it. I've seen used copies of "Shades.." advertised for $50 plus, and here it is, NEW...FACTORY SEALED!
Plus, "Seven Turns" has the late, great Allen Woody on bass, also Duanne Betts makes his debut on this album on the Warren Hayes-Dickey Betts composition "True Gravity" (a tasty instrumental). This album was a result of their 1989 - 20th Anniversary Tour, and the first Allman Brothers release after a nine year absence. (There's more!)
Also included are two "live" albums, "An Evening With The Allman Brothers Band-First Set", & "An Evening With The Allman Brothers Band-2nd Set". Rounding out this compilation is "Where It All Begins" which includes the great classics "Soulshine" & "No One To Run With".
Another reason for this compilation is Allen Woody plays on all five albums. This is just an amazing deal. I could write a paragragh about each album, but find out for yourself.