THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND

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The Allman Brothers Band combined deeply Southern strains of music — blues, country, and gospel — with boisterous rock & roll and their jazzy, jam-oriented style. Thus they created the "New South" sound, drafting a template to be used for decades by everyone from Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band to My Morning Jacket and the Drive-By Truckers.

Brothers Gregg and Duane Allman grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida, and played in various bands until 1963, when they formed the Escorts, which became the Allman Joys in 1965. After their version of Willie Dixon's "Spoonful" failed as a single, the two brothers and three other band members went to L.A., where they signed with Liberty Records as the Hourglass. They recorded two albums (Hourglass, 1967, and Power of Love, 1968) before heading to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record at Fame Studios. Liberty rejected the resulting tapes, and Duane and Gregg
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A Decade of Hits 1969-1979A Decade of Hits 1969-1979
Polydor 1991
$4.34
$1.45 (used)
Eat A Peach [Remastered]Eat A Peach [Remastered]
Remastered
Capricorn 1997
$4.36
$3.05 (used)
At Fillmore EastAt Fillmore East
Remastered
Capricorn 1997
$4.30
$3.09 (used)
Brothers and SistersBrothers and Sisters
Reissued · Remastered
Capricorn 1997
$4.32
$2.74 (used)
Idlewild South [LP]Idlewild South [LP]
Mercury 2016
$12.81
$18.99 (used)
2nd Set2nd Set
SBME SPECIAL MKTS. 2010
$4.14
$4.11 (used)
Enlightened RoguesEnlightened Rogues
Reissued · Remastered
Universal Special Products 2005
$5.26
$3.69 (used)
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 The Allman Brothers Band,Eat A Peach,2016 Mercury 180 Gram Press.New ! Sealed ! The Allman Brothers Band,Eat A Peach,2016 Mercury 180 Gram Press.New ! Sealed ! USD $29.00 Buy It Now 9h
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An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: USD $8.00 Buy It Now 11h
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The Allman Brothers Band - Win, Lose Or Draw NL LP 1975 FOC /3* The Allman Brothers Band - Win, Lose Or Draw NL LP 1975 FOC /3* USD $15.99 Buy It Now 11h
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The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers And Sisters GER LP 1973 /3* The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers And Sisters GER LP 1973 /3* USD $19.49 Buy It Now 18h
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An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: First Set * VERY GOOD+ * An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: First Set * VERY GOOD+ * USD $6.74 Buy It Now 21h
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A Decade of Hits 1969-1979 by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-1991, Polydor) A Decade of Hits 1969-1979 by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-1991, Polydor) USD $4.49 (0 bids)
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The Allman Brothers Band ‎– Crazy Love / Just Ain't Easy Capricorn Record The Allman Brothers Band ‎– Crazy Love / Just Ain't Easy Capricorn Record USD $14.19 (0 bids)
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The Allman Brothers Band - Where It All Begins CD FREE CANADA SHIPPING, V.G. The Allman Brothers Band - Where It All Begins CD FREE CANADA SHIPPING, V.G. USD $6.74 Buy It Now 1 day
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The Allman Brothers Band Enlightened Rogue Vintage Vinyl Record LP 1979 The Allman Brothers Band Enlightened Rogue Vintage Vinyl Record LP 1979 USD $7.50 (0 bids)
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Beginnings [Remaster] by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-1997, Mercury) Beginnings [Remaster] by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-1997, Mercury) USD $6.99 (0 bids)
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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Best Of Live CD BRAND NEW THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Best Of Live CD BRAND NEW USD $13.84 Buy It Now 1 day
SEALED Mycology: An Anthology by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Jun-1998, Epic) SEALED Mycology: An Anthology by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Jun-1998, Epic) USD $5.99 Buy It Now 1 day
Gold by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-2005, 2 Discs, Mercury) Gold by The Allman Brothers Band (CD, Oct-2005, 2 Discs, Mercury) USD $11.00 Buy It Now 1 day
The Allman Brothers Band-Enlightened Rouges 12 The Allman Brothers Band-Enlightened Rouges 12" LP Capricorn Blues Rock 1979 NM USD $11.99 Buy It Now 1 day
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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - AT FILLMORE EAST (2LP)  2 VINYL LP NEW+ THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - AT FILLMORE EAST (2LP) 2 VINYL LP NEW+ USD $52.41 Buy It Now 1 day
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The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers And Sisters The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers And Sisters USD $23.33 Buy It Now 1 day
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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Discography

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND albums / top albums

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Allman Brothers Band album cover 3.84 | 12 ratings
The Allman Brothers Band
Jazz Related Rock 1969
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Idlewild South album cover 4.22 | 10 ratings
Idlewild South
Jazz Related Rock 1970
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Eat a Peach album cover 4.60 | 10 ratings
Eat a Peach
Jazz Related Rock 1972
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Brothers and Sisters album cover 3.13 | 7 ratings
Brothers and Sisters
Jazz Related Rock 1973
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Win, Lose or Draw album cover 3.07 | 5 ratings
Win, Lose or Draw
Jazz Related Rock 1975
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Enlightened Rogues album cover 3.48 | 4 ratings
Enlightened Rogues
Jazz Related Rock 1979
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Reach for the Sky album cover 1.05 | 2 ratings
Reach for the Sky
Jazz Related Rock 1980
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Brothers of the Road album cover 2.40 | 3 ratings
Brothers of the Road
Jazz Related Rock 1981
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Seven Turns album cover 4.48 | 3 ratings
Seven Turns
Jazz Related Rock 1990
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Shades of Two Worlds album cover 2.39 | 3 ratings
Shades of Two Worlds
Jazz Related Rock 1991
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Where It All Begins album cover 3.55 | 3 ratings
Where It All Begins
Jazz Related Rock 1994
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Hittin' the Note album cover 4.52 | 3 ratings
Hittin' the Note
Jazz Related Rock 2003
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND A&R Studios New York 26th August 1971 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
A&R Studios New York 26th August 1971
Jazz Related Rock 2012

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND EPs & splits

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND live albums

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND At Fillmore East album cover 4.11 | 8 ratings
At Fillmore East
Jazz Related Rock 1971
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East · Vol. II album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East · Vol. II
Jazz Related Rock 1972
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas album cover 3.88 | 3 ratings
Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas
Jazz Related Rock 1976
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Live at Ludlow Garage 1970 album cover 4.25 | 2 ratings
Live at Ludlow Garage 1970
Jazz Related Rock 1991
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: First Set album cover 2.71 | 3 ratings
An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: First Set
Jazz Related Rock 1992
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND 2nd Set album cover 4.00 | 2 ratings
2nd Set
Jazz Related Rock 1995
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Fillmore East, February 1970 album cover 3.96 | 3 ratings
Fillmore East, February 1970
Jazz Related Rock 1997
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Peakin' at the Beacon album cover 3.50 | 1 ratings
Peakin' at the Beacon
Jazz Related Rock 2000
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND American University 12/13/70 album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
American University 12/13/70
Jazz Related Rock 2002
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival: July 3 & 5, 1970 album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival: July 3 & 5, 1970
Jazz Related Rock 2003
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA 7/26/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA 7/26/03
Jazz Related Rock 2003
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND S.U.N.Y. at Stonybrook: Stonybrook, NY, 9/19/71 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
S.U.N.Y. at Stonybrook: Stonybrook, NY, 9/19/71
Jazz Related Rock 2003
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND One Way Out: Live at the Beacon Theatre album cover 4.00 | 2 ratings
One Way Out: Live at the Beacon Theatre
Jazz Related Rock 2004
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Macon City Auditorium Macon GA 2/11/72 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Macon City Auditorium Macon GA 2/11/72
Jazz Related Rock 2004
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC 8/10/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC 8/10/03
Jazz Related Rock 2004
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN 10/05/04 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN 10/05/04
Jazz Related Rock 2004
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Champlain Valley Expo, Essex Junction, VT 8/28/05 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Champlain Valley Expo, Essex Junction, VT 8/28/05
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY 7/24/05 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY 7/24/05
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Post-Gazette Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA 7/16/05 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Post-Gazette Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA 7/16/05
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC, 8/9/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC, 8/9/03
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live: Murat Centre - Indianapolis, IN, 7/25/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live: Murat Centre - Indianapolis, IN, 7/25/03
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live, Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford, CT 8/3/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live, Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford, CT 8/3/03
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Instant Live: Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, Darien Center, NY 8/2/03 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Instant Live: Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, Darien Center, NY 8/2/03
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY: 5/1/73 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY: 5/1/73
Jazz Related Rock 2005
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Boston Common, 8/17/71 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Boston Common, 8/17/71
Jazz Related Rock 2007
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Live at Beacon Theatre, New York - March 28, 2009 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Live at Beacon Theatre, New York - March 28, 2009
Jazz Related Rock 2009
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND 2011 Tour album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
2011 Tour
Jazz Related Rock 2011
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Play All Night: Live at the Beacon Theatre 1992 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Play All Night: Live at the Beacon Theatre 1992
Jazz Related Rock 2014
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Allman Brothers Band feat. Jerry Garcia – Live at the Cow Palace, New Years Eve 1973 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Allman Brothers Band feat. Jerry Garcia – Live at the Cow Palace, New Years Eve 1973
Jazz Related Rock 2015
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Live From A&R Studios: New York, August 26, 1971 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Live From A&R Studios: New York, August 26, 1971
Jazz Related Rock 2016

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND re-issues & compilations

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND All Men's Brothers album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
All Men's Brothers
Jazz Related Rock 1972
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Beginnings album cover 4.04 | 3 ratings
Beginnings
Jazz Related Rock 1973
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Road Goes on Forever album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Road Goes on Forever
Jazz Related Rock 1975
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Best of The Allman Brothers Band album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
The Best of The Allman Brothers Band
Jazz Related Rock 1981
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Night Riding album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Night Riding
Jazz Related Rock 1988
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Dreams album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Dreams
Jazz Related Rock 1989
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND A Decade of Hits: 1969-1979 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
A Decade of Hits: 1969-1979
Jazz Related Rock 1991
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Fillmore Concerts album cover 4.88 | 3 ratings
The Fillmore Concerts
Jazz Related Rock 1992
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Ramblin' Man album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Ramblin' Man
Jazz Related Rock 1992
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND The Collection album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Collection
Jazz Related Rock 1992
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Jazz Related Rock 1994
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Jazz Related Rock 1995
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The Allman Brothers Band
Jazz Related Rock 1995
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Master Series: The Allman Brothers Band album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
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Jazz Related Rock 1996
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Jazz Related Rock 1996
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Jazz Related Rock 1998
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Madness of the West
Jazz Related Rock 1998
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The Universal Masters Collection: Classic Allman Brothers
Jazz Related Rock 1999
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Jazz Related Rock 2000
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Still Rockin'
Jazz Related Rock 2000
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Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: The Allman Brothers Band
Jazz Related Rock 2003
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The Essential Allman Brothers Band: The Epic Years
Jazz Related Rock 2004
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Stand Back: The Anthology
Jazz Related Rock 2004
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Gold
Jazz Related Rock 2005
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Jazz Related Rock 2013
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Jazz Related Rock 2014

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Jazz Related Rock 2003

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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: First Set

Live album · 1992 · Jazz Related Rock
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First Set was one of the first albums I got when I made the transition from vinyl to CD. The 1980s had not been good to the ABB, or jazz, blues and rock in general, so I did not expect much. Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts had produced some respectable albums in the 1980s, but they didn't get much notice. Also, I had just listened to The Fillmore Concerts, so First Set had a hard act to follow. But I was pleasantly surprised. No, Fillmore II it's not. But at the time Dickey had been quoted as saying 'this is the way the ABB is supposed to sound', the addition of Warren Haynes on guitar and Allen Woody on bass making the band sound more like ABB I. We even get Thom Doucette on harp. First Set includes some new songs, plus some old classics, with a good range of material. I saw the ABB at Red Rocks in 1998 after Warren and Allen had left the ABB for Gov't Mule, and Jack Pearson was on guitar, and Oteil Burbridge on bass. The opener was John Hammond, Jr., backed by Little Charlie and the Nightcats. So it was kind of like old home week. If you haven't been to Red Rocks, go!

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Brothers and Sisters

Album · 1973 · Jazz Related Rock
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Brothers & Sisters, courtesy of Dickey Betts, brought a shift towards more of country sound for the ABB, though we saw this before with Diickey's Blue Sky, and Gregg Allman's Midnight Rider. Also, apparently one of Duane Allman's inspirations for the twin harmony guitars was the fiddles in Western Swing music. The shift led to complaints by some that the ABB was moving away from its blues-rock roots, but we still saw plenty of that in concert, With the deaths of Duane, then Barry Oakley, many wondered if the ABB would even carry on. But it did, recruiting Chuck Leavell on piano, and Lamar Williams on bass. The choice of a second keyboard player, rather than than another guitarist, made sense at the time, as there were likely few guitarists who would have wanted to be thrown into to Duane spotlight. And Chuck and Lamar were good players, so no problem there. They also contributed to the jazz element of the ABB, which Jaimoe had pushed from the start. In fact, ABB II spun off Sea Level, with its own jazz fusion elements. So the ABB was not fundamentally changed and, even with more country sound, Brothers & Sisters shows all of the ABB's elements. Treat yourself to the 40th anniversary 4-disc set for some interesting outtakes, jamming, and two live discs.

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Shades of Two Worlds

Album · 1991 · Jazz Related Rock
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Shades Of Two Worlds is the second CD I bought (in a used shop) in my transition from vinyl 20 some years ago. Now (2014) people are going back to vinyl. The first CD I bought was The Fillmore Concerts boxset. The 1980s had not treated the ABB well. It had not treated jazz, blues or rock in general well. So I was pleasantly surprised to discover that I liked the sound of Shades. I recall a quote from Dickey Betts around that time saying 'this is the way the ABB is supposed to sound' With Warren Haynes and Allen Woody on board, it sounded more like the original ABB. Obviously, they could not recreate the magic of ABB I, but produced a series of good albums. If you like the ABB's original blend of blues, jazz and rock, you should like Shades. Some tracks are stronger than others, but overall a good effort.

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band: First Set

Live album · 1992 · Jazz Related Rock
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I don’t harbor resentment against the 21st century edition of The Allman Brothers Band. In fact, I have a lot of respect for any musical entity that can still draw a crowd over four decades after their inception. Especially one that has endured the tragedies and upheavals they have. Due to the untimely deaths of two of their founding members occurring barely a year apart in the early 70s I was amazed that they were able to carry on at all. Being a realist, I knew they’d never again be the highly-influential group they were when Duane Allman and Barry Oakley were still with us and their 1973 album, “Brothers and Sisters,” confirmed my suspicions that those two gifted artists were the principal key-wielders who routinely unlocked the room where the group’s jazz/rock tendencies lived. That record sold like hotcakes so it wasn’t their popularity that suffered, it was the intrinsic uniqueness of their sound that fell to the wayside. That’s where I lost interest in them and the direction their more-commercial musical intentions were headed. They knew they’d carved out a lasting and profitable niche in rock & roll and they would’ve been fools not to take full advantage of the situation. They had a fiercely loyal fan base that would buy tickets to their concerts every time they came through town and, besides, with Duane and Barry gone what other options did they have? Not ones to look a horse in the mouth when he had a gift for them, they accepted their role as torch bearers with dignity and, despite the rocky internal relationships that tore them asunder more than twice, they managed to keep patching it up and made it into the new millennium with the surviving quartet still in the fold.

My darling wife is one of their legions of followers who don’t give a smelly poot as to how much of a jazz component they retained or lost over the years. She just likes their music and I’d be the last one to criticize that uncomplicated viewpoint. She and thousands of others continued to buy their albums whether they were studio creations or live recordings, helping to sustain an ongoing livelihood for The Allman Brothers Band and giving them validation for their artistic endeavors. I admire that fealty and recognize that there is, indeed, something special about the group else they would’ve faded into oblivion long, long ago. When I gave multiple listens to her copy of their “Shades of Two Worlds” album from ’92 recently and then reviewed it accordingly I gave it very low marks. Not because it’s terrible (it’s an above-average blues/rock record) but because there’s hardly a trace of jazz to be found. In approaching “An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band – First Set” I knew from a glance at the song lineup that this was taped while they were touring in support of that CD so I pretty much knew what I was in for. What I was objectively curious about was how they presented their aging catalogue tunes that hailed from their glory days.

“End of the Line” is the curtain-raiser for this show. No jazz on this sucker, just straight-ahead, bludgeon-your-brain-to-a-bloody-pulp, southern-styled heavy rock and, if that’s your meat and potatoes, you’ll love it. Next comes a faithful performance of their country/rock classic from the “Eat a Peach” LP, “Blue Sky.” In many ways the guitar work by both Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes is smoother than on the original studio track but they stretch it into an eight and a half minute exercise in axe-grinding that becomes tedious. “Get On with Your Life” follows and it’s a down and dirty, slow blues number that contains no variations on the basic theme except when they mimic their stellar version of “Stormy Monday” from 1971’s historic “…At the Fillmore East” album by briefly jumping into a jazzier swing feel for Gregg Allman’s Hammond B3 solo.

They take on a subtler approach for their bluesy rocker “Southbound” and it works well in the early going until they turn it into just another “boogie jam” wherein the two guitarists slug it out with each other ad nauseum. Being a six-stringer myself for most of my life, I enjoy a good head-cutting duel as much as the next guy but neither one of these boys is Duane Allman if you catch my drift and I got bored after a few minutes. Yawn. The all-acoustic “Midnight Blues” is okay for a change of pace moment but I have a low tolerance and appreciation for traditional blues and this simple ditty does little for me. An unplugged rendition of Gregg Allman’s beautiful song, “Melissa,” is next and they wisely don’t do anything to spoil its charming innocence. I personally prefer the studio version because of the band’s funky looseness on the track that sets it apart from most ballads but this ain’t too shabby.

“Nobody Knows” has the aura of old-school Allman Brothers that I continue to miss but the tune’s composition just isn’t up to par when all is said and done. The pseudo “Whipping Post” groove they settle into for the extended guitar-heavy instrumental segment is effective and very intense but there’s not enough imagination involved to hold my attention for its over a quarter of an hour run. I guess you had to have been there. Their resurrection of Gregg’s “Dreams” from their debut album is without a doubt the jazziest thing on the bill. What sticks out is the tightness of the double drum set onslaught from Jaimoe and Butch Trucks combined with the fiery percussion supplied by Mark Quinones. I’m happy to report that the overall presentation by the ensemble does the number a respectable amount of justice even though Haynes’ slide technique pales in comparison to that of the legend he replaced. They close with a nearly note-for-note reproduction of “Revival” from “Idlewild South” that only makes me nostalgic for their golden age when you never knew what these fellas might do next.

One positive aspect I found along the way is that both Gregg and Dickey have managed to keep their distinctive singing voices in fair shape and, at least in ’92, they sounded approximately the same as they did two fifths of a century back in time. On the stages they graced while assembling the cuts for this album they give their audience what they shelled out their hard-earned cash to hear and, therefore, there are no shocking or overly exciting moments to be had. They are seasoned professionals that know exactly what they’re about and how to deliver what’s expected of them and there’s no shame in doing either or both. But anyone with a leaning towards jazz who craves the inherent energy found in spontaneous improvisation even in a rock motif (the kind the Allmans used to excel at) will find this concert recording too patronizing and unremarkable to sit through more than once.

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Shades of Two Worlds

Album · 1991 · Jazz Related Rock
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I was an avid fan of The Allman Brothers Band at the beginning and I, like so many of their followers, was crushed and heartbroken over the tragic deaths of Duane and Barry. I didn’t think there was any way possible for them to continue to remain in the vanguard of American jazz/rock and, upon hearing their overly conservative “Brothers and Sisters” album, I knew I was right. Those two original pieces of the puzzle were impossible to replace and the drug-induced and ego-driven infighting that became legendary in the annals of rock & roll history reduced the organization to an on and off touring act that had very little impact on the music scene. I never bought another record by them but I heard some of the cuts from the various studio LPs they put out in the late 70s and 80s here and there. I always hoped that somehow they’d recapture their original spirit and knock me out like they used to but the pedestrian material they were content to produce just made me sad because the magic was long gone. My faith in them disappeared into vapor.

My beautiful wife, on the other hand, continued to adore them and went to their shows almost every time they came through Dallas. (This was years before we met, by the way.) I’m cool with that. I have no problem with people liking them at all. Different strokes, ya know? The reason I even brought her loyal affection for them up was to explain why I’m in a position to review their 1991 release, “Shades of Two Worlds.” It belongs to my dearly beloved and, upon discovering it buried in her stack of dusty cassettes, I felt it was my duty to investigate it for any traces of jazz and report my findings accordingly. It’s pretty much what I expected from them yet I can reveal that, to my surprise, there are actually some jazzy loose threads still hanging around. Not many, mind you, but some. And that’s more than I anticipated. Perhaps their weary routine of breaking up, getting back together, breaking up and getting back together again had inspired them to try to resurrect that unique aspect of their sound.

They charge out of the stalls with “End of the Line,” a powerful, boisterous southern-styled rocker. It demands your attention but if it wasn’t for Gregg Allman’s charismatic voice it could easily be mistaken for a track by any one of dozens of other loud, in your face groups. There’s nothing special about it. “Bad Rain” is another strong, rowdy number yet this one is a bit more involved structure-wise and has an ambience that vaguely reminds me of their early 70s attitude. Both Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes turn in gritty guitar solos with gusto. “Nobody Knows” is even more of a throw back to their roots with its forceful, driving 6/4 swagger making waves. During the expansive instrumental section Gregg’s Hammond B3 growls appropriately and Dickey reprises his signature repeating-pattern guitar licks as the band generates gigawatts of energy behind them. They then quieten down for a spell where Warren presents a respectable imitation of Duane’s guitar mannerisms before building up to another peak. After the final verse Betts and Haynes axe-duel all the way to the concert-like huge ending. At eleven minutes in length this really took me back to the old days when they let it all hang out and I thought at that point this album might turn into something revelatory. Maybe they were going to be rebels again.

Not. “Desert Blues” is more of the standard-fare south-of-the-Mason/Dixon line rock; this time with a bluesy edge that I thought was passé in the 90s. This could just as well be a ZZ Top song with big, fat guitars galore and it’s the sort of stuff that doesn’t take a lot of writing acumen to concoct. Good ol’ boys and girls live for this stuff. “Get On With Your Life” follows and it’s a large helping of typical, slow beer-joint blues presented with an aggressive mien. I acknowledge the attraction that many otherwise extremely intelligent folk have for “da blooz” but I’ll never completely understand it. I’m bored by the constricting, formula-bound limitations that genre must adhere to. It does nothing for me and neither does this tune. “Midnight Man” is next and, yes, it’s yet another gigantic dose of steam locomotive Dixie rock & roll that has no intentions of even pretending to possess a speck of finesse. It might be me. Perhaps I’m just too long in the tooth to endure this kind of aural beat-down anymore.

Thank God for “Kind of Bird.” It’s the glimpse of jazz I mentioned a few paragraphs back. Betts and Haynes kindly wrote this hot instrumental and for eight and a half minutes you can close your eyes and imagine Duane and Barry smiling down on them from the ever after. The composers perform a sparkling harmony guitar melody line together while Jaimoe and Butch Trucks lay down an electrified shuffle as if it was 1971 again. They even toss in a few segments containing entertaining riffs set in odd but intriguing time signatures. A lengthy, messy free-for-all that’s nostalgic in an old-school, “Mountain Jam” sorta way leads to a clean, tight ending. This delightful number proves they still had it in them, they just chose not to go there very often and that’s a shame. They close with the Dobro-heavy Delta blues of Robert Johnson’s “Come On in my Kitchen.” It’s well-recorded and all but I just can’t get excited about it. Might as well be authentic polka to me. The gospel chorale swaying behind Gregg provides the only bright spot in the mix.

If this was a rock & roll site I’d tell you this is a darn good album. The guitars blaze, the drums roar and the vocals rasp throughout and the cavernous production gives it an arena feel that brings the music alive and right into your living room. But if you’re yearning for the spontaneous jazz improvisations and adventurous mindset that made their first four LPs so spectacular and innovative then you’d be better off pulling out your worn copy of “Idlewild South,” lighting a few candles and reminiscing. Those Allman Brothers have inherited the wind and aren’t coming back. This particular lineup seemed determined to come up with material their ticket-buying audience would go nuts over, not bold sounds that would expand their horizons. Personally, I think they underestimated them. With the exception of “Nobody Knows” and “Kind of Bird” this has nary a hint of jazz and those two cuts aren’t enough for me to recommend “Shades of Two Worlds.” Case closed.

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