The Allman Brothers Band / Collected 2LP transparent green vinyl
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Allman Brothers Band Collected 2LP coloured vinyl
The Allman Brothers Band was one of America’s greatest Southern rock bands. Both their massive hits as the hidden gems are now all available on the exclusive 2LP Collected release. It covers the music from their late ‘60s to the ‘90s, including hits like “Ramblin’ Man”, “Jessica” and “Melissa”. Besides tracks from the band The Allman Brothers Band Collected also includes songs by the related projects The Allman Joys, The Hour Glass and solo work from Duane & Gregg Allman.
After the famous 1971 live release At Fillmore East, The Allman Brothers Band represented an artistic and commercial breakthrough. With their extended live jam improvisations they became famous all over the world. As one of the pioneering bands in the Southern rock they recorded several successful albums and singles. The group largely infused hints of the blues, jazz, and country into their music.
The Allman Brothers Band Collected is available as a limited first pressing of 3.500 individually numbered copies on transparent green vinyl.
- 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
- GATEFOLD SLEEVE WITH SOFT TOUCH
- PVC PROTECTIVE SLEEVE
- INCLUDES LINER NOTES
- SELECTION OF SONGS SUMMARIZING THE CAREER
OF THE BAND FEATURING “DREAMS”, “IN MEMORY OF
ELIZABETH REED”, “RAMBLIN’MAN”, “JESSICA”, “WIN,
LOSE OR DRAW” AND TRACKS FROM THE ALLMAN JOYS, THE HOUR GLASS, DUANE ALLMAN & GREGG ALLMAN
- LIMITED FIRST PRESSING OF 3.500 INDIVIDUALLY
NUMBERED COPIES ON TRANSPARENT GREEN VINYL
3. Midnight Rider
4. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
5. Statesboro Blues
2. One Way Out
3. Ramblin’ Man
5. Win, Lose Or Draw
1. Crazy Love
2. Just Ain’t Easy
4. Straight From The Heart
5. Good Clean Fun
6. All Night Train
1. The Allman Joys - Crossroads
2. The Hour Glass - Ain’t No Good To Cry
3. Duane Allman - Goin Down Slow
4. Gregg Allman - These Days
5. Gregg Allman - The Dark End Of The Street