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Allman Brothers – Hittin’ The Note

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Allman Brothers – The Allman Brothers Band

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Track Listing
A1 Don’t Want You No More
A2 It’s Not My Cross To Bear
A3 Black Hearted Woman
A4 Trouble No More
B1 Every Hungry Woman
B2 Dreams
B3 Whipping Post

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Allman Brothers – Tune In To Help C Benefit 2011

Tune In To Help C Benefit 2011 FRONT

Tune In To Help C Benefit 2011 BACK

 

Set I
1.  Don’t Want You No More

(The Spencer Davis Group cover)

2. It’s Not My Cross to Bear

 

3.  I Walk on Guilded Splinters

(Dr. John cover)

4.  One Way Out

(Elmore James cover)

5.  Into the Mystic

(Van Morrison cover)

6.  Statesboro Blues

(Blind Willie McTell cover)

7.  Blind Willie McTell

(Bob Dylan cover)

8.  Black Hearted Woman
9.  Change is Gonna Come

10.  The Weight

(The Band cover)

11.  In Memory of Elizabeth Reed

Set II
12.  Teach Your Children

(Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cover)

13.  Guinnevere

(Crosby, Stills & Nash cover)

14.  Find the Cost of Freedom

(Crosby, Stills & Nash cover)

15.  Cowboy Movie

(David Crosby cover)

16.  Almost Cut My Hair

(Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cover)

17.  Shakedown Street

(Grateful Dead cover)

18.  Sugaree

(Grateful Dead cover)

19.  Franklin’s Tower

(Grateful Dead cover)

20.  Whipping Post

Encore:
21.  Midnight Rider

22.  Will the Circle Be Unbroken

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Allman Brothers – A&R Studios 26-08-1971 New York

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Allman Brothers – Brothers and Sisters

Brothers and Sisters is the fifth album by The Allman Brothers Band, released in 1973.

The group’s first album recorded completely after the death of leader Duane Allman, and mostly after the death of bassist Berry Oakley, Brothers and Sisters saw the Allmans reach a commercial peak. The album logged five weeks at #1 on the U.S. albums chart, and moreover contained their only hit single, Dickey Betts’ country-tinged “Ramblin’ Man”, which climbed to #2 on the U.S. singles chart. Betts, billed as Richard on this album, came to the forefront by also writing the album’s other most prominent tracks, the buoyant instrumental “Jessica”, the FM radio-friendly “Southbound” (sung by Gregg Allman), and the country blues hybrid “Pony Boy”. The group’s sound was also somewhat different, with new pianist Chuck Leavell acting as the other lead instrument instead of the band’s former trademark dual lead guitars.

The front album cover features a photograph of Vaylor Trucks, the son of drummer Butch Trucks and his wife Linda. The back cover features a photograph of Brittany Oakley, the daughter of bassist Berry Oakley and his wife Linda.

The album’s inner gatefold cover art featured a large photograph of the extended Allmans family — band members, roadies, wives, girlfriends, children, dogs, all in a seemingly idyllic, long-haired, multi-racial Southern setting — a setting that would be rent asunder by internal frictions and outside developments over the next few years.

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Allman Brothers – A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979

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Allman Brothers – Universal Master Collection

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