Mycology: An Anthologyby The Allman Brothers Band
Mycology: An Anthology collects highlights from the Allman Brothers' '90s work for Epic Records. Although these latter-day recordings didn't quite reach the heights of the group's '70s heyday, they were surprisingly strong and Mycology is the best way for the curious fan to discover that. By rounding up the best moments from Seven Turns, Shades of Two Worlds, An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band and Where It All Begins, the collection offers a good distillation of an underrated portion of the group's career, thereby making it of equal interest to casual and hardcore fans alike.
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Performance CreditsAllman Brothers Band Primary Artist,Band
Gregg Allman Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Hammond Organ,Vocals
Dickey Betts Acoustic Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals
Warren Haynes Rhythm Guitar,Slide Guitar
Duane Allman Guitar,Slide Guitar
Berry Oakley Bass
Marc Quiñones Percussion,Conga
Butch Trucks Percussion,Drums
Allen Woody Bass,Background Vocals,Fretless Bass Guitar,Acoustic Bass,6-string bass
Johnny Neel Piano,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Technical CreditsGregg Allman Composer
Warren Haynes Composer
Tom Dowd Producer
Jay Mark Engineer
Robert Payne Composer
Allen Woody Composer
Nadine Hemy Artwork,Concept
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This collection is OK but could have added a few more songs from the Allmans' 90s album. The final track is from 1970 and would later turn up on the Atlanta Pop CD. Why it was added is a bit puzzling.