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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND – the debut studio album by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band released November 1969. The album was recorded and mixed in two weeks at Atlantic Studios in New York City. Much of its material was premiered live over the preceding months and combines blues, jazz and country music to varying degrees. It includes re-workings of “Trouble No More” and “Don’t Want You No More,” as well as notable originals such as “Dreams”, which highlighted the band’s jazz influence, and “Whipping Post”, which became a crowd favorite.
IDLEWILD SOUTH is the second album by American Southern rock band the Allman Brothers Band. Produced by Tom Dowd, the album was released on September 23, 1970. The album’s title comes from the band’s nickname for a rustic cabin the band rented out and used for rehearsals, as well as parties. Idlewild South contains two of the band’s best-known songs, “Midnight Rider” (later a hit for various artists) and “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”, which became one of the band’s famous concert numbers.
AT FILLMORE EAST is the first live album by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band, and their third release overall released February 1972. At Fillmore East was the band’s artistic and commercial breakthrough, and has been considered by some critics to be one of the greatest live albums in rock music. It has also been ranked among the best overall albums by artists and continues to be a top seller in the band’s catalog, becoming their first album to go platinum. In 2004, the album was selected for preservation in the Library of Congress, deemed to be “culturally, historically, or aesthetically important” by the National Recording Registry.
EAT A PEACH is thethird studio album by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band released on February 12, 1972. Following their artistic and commercial breakthrough with the release of the At Fillmore East, the Allman Brothers Band got to work on their third studio album. Many in the band were struggling, however, with heroin addictions, and checked into rehab to confront these problems. Shortly after leaving rehab, group leader and founder Duane Allman was killed in a motorcycle accident in the band’s home of Macon, Georgia thus making it the final album to feature the guitarist. The album contains the extended half-hour-long “Mountain Jam,” which was long enough to take up two full sides of the original double-LP. Other highlights include vocalist Gregg Allman’s performance of his brother’s favorite song, “Melissa,” plus Dickey Betts’ “Blue Sky”, which went on to become a classic rock radio staple.
GOLD is a two-CD compilation album by the Allman Brothers Band. It contains songs selected from their first eight albums, — The Allman Brothers Band (1969), Idlewild South (1970), At Fillmore East (1971), Eat a Peach (1972), Brothers and Sisters (1973), Win, Lose or Draw (1975), Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas (1976), and Enlightened Rogues (1979). It was released by Island Records on October 11, 2005
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ICON 2 – 2 CD 2013 collection from the Southern Rock pioneers.