The Allman Brothers Band – Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival 3rd & 5th July 1970

Outstanding archive release of vintage Allmans The Allman Brothers Band hit the ground running on their self-titled 1969 debut, and never stopped. That album was a fine blend of southern rock, gritty blues with a little jazz thrown in for good measure. The following year’s Idlewild South was even better, including such immediate classics as… Read More The Allman Brothers Band – Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival 3rd & 5th July 1970

The Allman Brothers Band – Live from A&R Studios, New York, 26th August, 1971

Hirsute Southerner’s make their mark on New York The death of guitarist Duane Allman was one of blues-rock’s greatest losses, whose untimely passing cast a serious pall over The Allman Brothers Band. It was an event from which they never seemed to truly recover. Live from A&R Studios, New York, 26th August 1971 was recorded… Read More The Allman Brothers Band – Live from A&R Studios, New York, 26th August, 1971

The Allman Brothers Band – At Fillmore East

When it comes to the title of ‘greatest live albums of all time’ there is certainly no shortage of contenders. Whether it’s Live Rust by Neil Young; The Who’s Live at Leeds; Duke Ellington Ellington at Newport; Van Morrison’s It’s Too Late to Stop Now, or The Band’s The Last Waltz, the list just goes on and on. At Fillmore East could… Read More The Allman Brothers Band – At Fillmore East