Allman Brothers Band: American University Washington D.C.12-13-70

Allman Brothers Band SKU: 39276032
Allman Brothers Band: American University Washington D.C.12-13-70

Allman Brothers Band: American University Washington D.C.12-13-70

Allman Brothers Band SKU: 39276032

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $25.58
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Title: American University Washington D.C.12-13-70
Artist: Allman Brothers Band
Label: Allman Brothers Band
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 821229111007
Genre: Rock, Southern Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Originally issued in 2002, this archive live release captures the mighty Allman Brothers in December of 1970 performing at Washington D.C.'s American University fresh off a date at the Fillmore East in New York in support of their second album Idlewild South and three months prior to their definitive At Fillmore East recording. Featuring the classic Duane Allman (lead, slide guitar), Gregg Allman (vocals, Hammond B3 organ), Dicky Betts (lead guitar), Berry Oakley (bass), Jaimoe (drums, percussion) and Butch Trucks (drums, percussion) line-up, the 7-song set is bookended by a rock solid "Statesboro Blues" and an incendiary "Whipping Post."

Tracks:
1.1 Statesboro Blues
1.2 Trouble No More
1.3 Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
1.4 Leave My Blues at Home
1.5 Stormy Monday
1.6 You Don't Love Me
1.7 Whippin' Post
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