The Allman Brothers Band is the debut studio album by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band. It was released in the United States by Atco Records and Capricorn Records on November 4, 1969 and produced by Adrian Barber. Formed in 1969, the Allman Brothers Band came together following various musical pursuits by each individual member
In fact, the Allman Brothers Band scored their first – and only – ever No. 1 hit in the years following that tragedy. But 1973's Brothers and Sisters was also their last platinum-selling project. The group broke up once, got back together and then began a lengthy hiatus in the early '80s. Haynes played a key role in sparking their third and final era. He co-wrote the title track to Gregg Allman's July 1988 solo album Just Before the Bullets Fly and also appeared on Dickey Betts' Pattern Disruptive, which arrived that October
Brother. ontained two of the band’s best known shorter tunes in Jessica, (aka The Theme To Top Gear), and the classic Ramblin’ Man, whose chiming twin guitar harmonies and country-esque vocals sent it to N. in the US chart and made it the most recognisable of all the band’s songs. Ramblin’ Man was written by Allmans guitarist Dicky Betts, who had hoped to sell the tune in Nashville, but any plans for a songwriting sideline were dashed when the Allmans needed material for Brothers And Sisters . He died that same day. The band regrouped with a new line-up to record Brothers And Sisters a well-crafted album glistening with warm, mid-70s production.
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Mastered at PolyGram Studios. Originally released as Capricorn Records Series ATCO SD-33-308, November 1969.
The Allman Brothers Band at Filmore East. Live, Июль 1971, Capricorn Records (USA-1). Recorded live at the Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 17/07/1971.
The Allman Brothers Band chronology. Brothers of the Road (1981)Brothers of the Road1981. Dreams is a compilation of material taken from not only the Allman Brothers Band, but also from throughout musical careers of the Allmans and the band's other members prior to and following its formation. The set was compiled by Bill Levenson (who had put together the Eric Clapton box set Crossroads the year before) and released to coincide with the band's 1989 reformation.
|2||The Other Side|
|3||Bound For Glory|
|4||Pay The Piper|
|6||Take Me Back|
|7||Over The Bridge|
|8||Still Got Tomorrow|
|9||Down To The Water|
|10||Peace Of Mind|