Allman Brothers: Where It All Begins

Allman Brothers SKU: 39168818
Allman Brothers: Where It All Begins

Allman Brothers: Where It All Begins

Allman Brothers SKU: 39168818

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $51.19

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Title: Where It All Begins
Artist: Allman Brothers
Label: Friday Music
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 829421999423
Genre: Rock, Southern Rock

Limited 180gm black and blue colored vinyl LP pressing. After breaking up in 1981, the Allman Brothers' four surviving original members - Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks and Jaimoe - reunited for a 20th anniversary tour in 1989. 1994's Gold certified Where It All Begins marked the band's fourth post-reunion release and second to last studio effort to date. It would also serve as the band's last with Betts. Recorded live-in-the-studio with producer Tom Dowd, the line-up is rounded out by Warren Haynes (guitar, vocals), Allen Woody (bass) and Marc Quinones (percussion), and finds the band as tight as ever offering up muscular latter day gems like "All Night Train," "Back Where It All Begins" and "No One to Run With."


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