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Michael Allman's Hard Labor Creek
The first thing that hits you is the voice, worn around the edges and full of the heartbreak that comes with life and love. As Michael Allman wails through “If Dreams Were Money,” his world-weary vocals bringing up inevitable comparisons to his famous father, the sheer power of the music seeps into your soul. Soon it hits you, and you realize this is the real thing. If Michael’s evocative singing was the only attraction on Michael Allman’s Hard Labor Creek, it would still be worth hearing, but there is a lot more going on than that. Some of the most gifted musicians in Georgia, from young slide guitar prodigy Tony Tyler to Motown alumnus Ike Stubblefield, contribute to the overall sound of this remarkable record. Also included are the soulful backing vocals by Atlanta local favorite Diane Durrett and percussion from Derek Trucks Band drummer, Yonrico Scott. Still, the spotlight is firmly on Michael, who squeezes the inner meaning out of every word.
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About the ArtistIn the Fall of 2009, Michael Allman completed and released his debut CD, “Michael Allman’s Hard Labor Creek” on his own All-Skinn Music Group label. With an almost ghostly likeness to his father, his world-weary voice and sheer power of the music seeps into your soul and you realize this is the real thing. Allman is planning a Summer 2010 U.S. Tour to support the CD with songs like “What’s The World Coming To”, “If Dreams Were Money” and the unique “ Mule Named Whiskey” that will make everyone, young and old want to dance.
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