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Dreams (Box Set)


Download links and information about Dreams (Box Set) by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 55 tracks with total duration of 05:01:16 minutes.

Artist: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Release date: 1989
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 55
Duration: 05:01:16
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No. Title Length
1. Shapes of Things (featuring The Allman Joys) 2:48
2. Spoonful (featuring The Allman Joys) 3:40
3. Crossroads (Demo Version) (featuring The Allman Joys) 3:33
4. Cast Off All My Fears (featuring Hourglass) 3:25
5. Down in Texas (featuring Hourglass) 3:07
6. Ain't No Good to Cry (featuring Hourglass) 3:06
7. B.B. King Medley (featuring Duane Allman, Hourglass) 7:06
8. Morning Dew (featuring The 31st Of February) 3:46
9. God Rest His Soul (featuring The 31st Of February) 3:56
10. I Feel Free (featuring Second Coming) 3:31
11. She Has Funny Cars (featuring Second Coming) 4:48
12. Goin Down Slow (featuring Duane Allman) 8:47
13. Dreams (Demo Version) 4:55
14. Don't Want You No More 2:25
15. It's Not My Cross to Bear 4:56
16. Trouble No More 3:48
17. Dreams 7:15
18. Statesboro Blues 4:06
19. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man 4:57
20. Midnight Rider 2:58
21. Dimples (Live) (featuring Duane Allman) 5:02
22. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town (Live) 9:23
23. Revival 4:04
24. One More Ride 2:41
25. Whipping Post 22:53
26. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Live) 12:58
27. Drunken Hearted Boy 6:54
28. You Don't Love Me (Soul Serenade) [Live] 19:28
29. Blue Sky 5:10
30. Little Martha 2:13
31. Melissa 4:02
32. Ain't Wastin Time No More (Live in Puerto Rico) 4:46
33. Wasted Words 4:21
34. Ramblin' Man 4:48
35. Southbound (LP version) 5:10
36. Jessica (Instrumental) 7:30
37. Midnight Rider (featuring Gregg Allman) 4:26
38. One Way Out (Live) 7:59
39. Long Time Gone (featuring Richard Betts) 4:30
40. Can't Lose What You Never Had 5:52
41. Come and Go Blues 4:46
42. Bougainvillea (featuring Richard Betts, Great Southern) 7:13
43. Can You Fool (featuring Allman And Woman) 3:19
44. Good Time Feeling (featuring Richard Betts, Great Southern) 4:28
45. Crazy Love 3:44
46. Can't Take It With You 3:34
47. Just Ain't Easy (1989 Box Set Version) 5:01
48. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (1989 Box Set Version) 10:52
49. Angeline 3:40
50. Things You Used to Do 3:42
51. Nancy (featuring Richard Betts) 3:51
52. Rain (featuring Gregg Allman) 3:03
53. I'm No Angel (featuring The Gregg Allman Band) 3:41
54. Demons (featuring The Gregg Allman Band) 3:28
55. Duane's Tune (featuring The Dickey Betts Band) 5:51



There's no doubt that these 55 tracks comprise the ultimate Allman Brothers Band experience. If you want to dig deep into the band's history, Dreams is the way to go. To start with, the first section of this chronological collection offers so many tunes by the groups that the various members were in before the ABB that we're 13 tracks in before we even get to an Allman Brothers Band song. One of the intriguing things gleaned from the pre-Allmans material is the degree of Anglophilia displayed by these Southern boys, with covers of Cream's "I Feel Free" and The Yardbirds' "Shapes of Things." All the ABB classics are here, from the live version of the churning firestorm "Whipping Post" to the good-time country rock of "Blue Sky." But equally important are the less ubiquitous tunes to be found here, like the delicately fingerpicked acoustic guitar instrumental "Little Martha" or the swampy, funky early-'80s tune "Things You Used to Do." Add latter-day solo outings by Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts, and you've got as all-encompassing an Allmans anthology as anyone could ask for.