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Customer Reviews

where are the liner notes?

I love this band, especially with Derek, and I hope Greg gets through his current health issues successfully. The music is classic but only merits 4 stars because it is alot of the same old stuff...great stuff but rehashed. Also,when will I TUNES ever get it that two of the most important parts of the buying and listening experience are the LINER NOTES and CREDITS. When I make a purchase I not only want the music but want to know about it as well. If you are not going to include these, drop your prices. I am off to my local record store to buy the COMPLETE ALBUM!

Still A Great Live Band

I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of this set. In fact, it's probably my favorite live ABB set since the band's reincarnation in 1989. For a band like this to work, it has to have great musicianship and the ability to improvise. Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks rise to the challenge time and again. Gregg Allman is in fine voice and, as always, the rhthym section plays with grace and power. The set includes many of the usual suspects ("Statesboro Blues," "One Way Out," and "Dreams." But it also features a guest appearance by ex-ABB pianist Chuck Leavell on a wonderful version of "Jessica" and a very nice take on "Golden Splinters," the old Johnny Jenkins classic. This is both a must-hear for ABB fans, and a great introduction for those wanting to check out one of the greatest live bands in the history of rock & roll.

Best Live Show Ever

For those who were present last year when the Allman Bros. kicked it up, you will know what I mean from this title. It had rained so hard on Friday that they closed the Causeway. We all ended up at Ruby's Roadhouse kickin' to Big Daddy O and his band from Ohio and chowing on the world's best crawfish sausage sandwiches. Saturday we loaded up (seriously) and headed to the Fest. It was clear and windy but no storm clouds in sight. Kurt and Sonia got there early and had staked a spot just above the drainage ditch that still had three inches of rain pooled in the bottom. The stink of horse manure was as strong as the weed that passed through the crowd. Gary and Mary were grooving, Kate had a big grin going. Then the boys came out. Gregg in fine voice and then Warren and Derek cranked it up. Derek channeled Duane for the next three hours. Susan was called out to sing and brought the house down. Billy was a treat and the rest of the boys were in finest form. The crowd was so big and loud that it was impossible to move in or out but it didn't matter. We were old and young, straight and stoned and every mother's son was singing every song at top voice. Absolutely the best!! Ageless. Perfect.

Biography

Formed: 1969 in Macon, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The story of the Allman Brothers Band is one of triumph, tragedy, redemption, dissolution, and more redemption. Since their beginning in the late '60s, they went from being America's single most influential band to a shell of their former self trading on past glories, to...
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