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Allman Brothers Band Releases “Fillmore East February, 1970”
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Allman Brothers Band Releases “Fillmore East February, 1970”

A historic set of performances by The Allman Brothers is once again in circulation with the release of Bear’s Sonic Journals: Allman Brothers Band, Fillmore East February 1970. The live concerts, engineered by Owsley “Bear” Stanley, were first issued in 1996 but went out of print. His foundation teamed up with The Allman Brothers Band to re-release the music on...

Allman Brothers Release Cream of the Crop 2003
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Allman Brothers Release Cream of the Crop 2003

The Allman Brothers have released a batch of songs from 2003 called Peach Picks: Cream Of The Crop 2003. Dedicated to the memory of Gregg Allman, the collection is culled from six shows in July and August of that year and includes 36 tracks with no repeated songs. The band that year was riding high off a new album and...

Allman Brothers Band Former Bootleg Released
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Allman Brothers Band Former Bootleg Released

What was once an Allman Brothers Band bootleg is now a more official release, called Live From A&R Studios. While the August 26, 1971 live, in-studio performance broadcast on New York’s WPLJ radio has long circulated as a bootleg, the new release’s sound quality sets it apart, having been remixed from the original multi-track studio recording. The record also features...

Allmans Album Remastered, Reissued in Deluxe Editions
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Allmans Album Remastered, Reissued in Deluxe Editions

The Allman Brothers Band’s landmark 1970 album Idlewild South is getting the deluxe treatment 45 years after its initial release. The album, which features “Midnight Rider” and “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,” as well as the playing of late bassist Berry Oakley (d. Nov. 11, 1972 from a motorcycle accident), is being released in three forms: a single remastered album;...

The Allman Brothers: The Sky Is Crying
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The Allman Brothers: The Sky Is Crying

This one is super sweet… The Allman Brothers, with Oteil Burbridge laying down the low end on Elmore James’ “The Sky Is Crying”. The performance took place on December 3rd, 2011 at the Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA. Oh yeah.

The Allman Brothers Release 40th Anniversary Concert DVD
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The Allman Brothers Release 40th Anniversary Concert DVD

On March 26, 2009, 40 years to the day that the original Allman Brothers Band played together, the revitalized version of the group — original members Gregg Allman (vocals and keyboards), Jaimoe (drums), and Butch Trucks (drums, tympani) along with Marc Quinones (congas, percussion), Warren Haynes (vocals, lead and slide guitar), Derek Trucks (slide and lead guitar) and Oteil Burbridge...

One Way Out: The Inside History of The Allman Brothers Band
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One Way Out: The Inside History of The Allman Brothers Band

“If you want to know the real deal, read Alan Paul,” says Allman Brothers bassist Oteil Burbridge about Paul’s (St. Martin’s Press). The book is billed as the first major biography of the ABB, which marks its 45th anniversary this year. All the surviving members of the band, including former members, are interviewed in this oral history, and founders Butch...

Allman Brothers Band Release Two Classic Live Albums
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Allman Brothers Band Release Two Classic Live Albums

Fans of The Allman Brothers Band’s 1990’s lineup can travel in the wayback machine and experience some of its famed concerts. documents the band’s first long run at the theatre. It, and DVD release , shows off the band after it reconstituted itself for its 1989 20th anniversary with new players, including bassist Allen Woody. (Woody left the band in...