This was Gregg Allman's first solo album. It was made at a time when the Allmans were still very much an extended family of the band, roadies, families etc. The title really sums it up perfectly. Allman and the band he assembled for the record sound relaxed and as a result the music just flows beautifully from the soulful, heartfelt, Please Call Home to the swinging r'n'b of Don't Mess Up A Good Thing. There isn't a weak track on the album. Standouts for me are Multicolored Lady, Midnight Rider and These Days. The last of these probably betters Jackson Browne's own version.
The production is superb and playing my vinyl copy today some 40 years after its release it still sounds superb. This is timeless music. If you have even a passing interest in The Allman Brothers Band (and you should!) you owe it to yourself to get it.