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    Allman Brothers Blues Band - Melissa - Acoustic - Live Music - Gregg & Dickie Betts - Video

    5:38

    Every person has their share of troubles and Gregg was no exception but through his perseverance and vision he channeled them into some of the most memorable music the world will ever hear. Calm the sadness and play the tunes while Duane welcomes him with open arms.

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    Allman Brothers Blues Band - Blue Sky - Live Music - Video

    4:35

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues

    4:18

    Allman brothers - Statesboro blues live 1971 (duane allman tribute video) - R.I.P Gregg Allman 27/05/2017

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Stormy Monday

    10:40

    At Fillmore East is a double live album by The Allman Brothers Band. The band's breakthrough success, At Fillmore East was released in July 1971. It ranks Number 49 among Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Enjoy in the southern mix of rock, blues and jazz.

    Stormy Monday ( T. Bone Walker )

    They call it Stormy Monday
    Well the Tuesday's just as bad
    They call it Stormy Monday
    But Tuesday's just as bad
    Lord, Wednesday's worse
    Thursday's all so sad

    Now the eagle flies on Friday
    Saturday I go out to play
    Well the eagle flies on Friday
    Lord, on Saturday I go out, well I go out to play
    Sunday I go to church
    Lord, I kneel down to pray

    Lord this is mercy
    The Lord have mercy
    The Lord have mercy on me
    Well I cry, Lord I cry, Lord have mercy
    Lord have mercy on me
    Though I'm tryin', tryin' to find my baby
    Won't somebody please send her home to me

    Oh Lord have mercy
    Lord have mercy on me
    You know I cry, Lord have mercy
    Lord have mercy on me
    Lord you know I'm tryin', tryin', tryin' to find my baby
    Oh, won't send her home to me, yeah, that's all


    Duane Allman -- lead guitar, slide guitar
    Gregg Allman -- organ, piano, Vocals
    Dickey Betts -- lead guitar, Vocals
    Berry Oakley -- bass guitar
    Jai Johanny Johanson -- drums, congas, timbales
    Butch Trucks -- drums, tympani

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert - 09/23/70 - Fillmore East

    25:19

    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East (New York, NY)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
    0:04:06 - Dreams
    0:13:55 - Whipping Post

    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Duane Allman - guitar, vocals
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Berry Oakley - bass, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johanny Johanson - drums
    Tom Doucette - harp

    Summary:
    On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work.

    The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new.

    Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of Don't Keep Me Wonderin', which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. Dreams, which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define Southern Rock.

    They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of Whipping Post that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted.

    Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.

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    Gregg Allman - Come And Go Blues - 12/11/1981 - unknown

    5:20

    Gregg Allman - Come And Go Blues
    Recorded Live: 12/11/1981 - unknown - ,
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    Allman Brothers- House Of Blues 1995

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    Allman Brothers- House Of Blues 1995

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Desert Blues

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    The one and only.

    lyrics:

    Can't get no this,
    and I can't get no that,
    can't get no you know,
    I don't even know where it's at.
    Ain't got the smoke and uh, ain't no booze,
    Got them low down dried out desert blues, yes I do.
    Um, a George Carlin said I had to go,
    just what he wanted I did not know,
    I'm over here dug in so far from home,
    lookin' all around try and see what's going on.
    I got the sand in my collar,
    Got the sand in my hair,
    Got it in my pockets,
    Got it everywhere.
    I got sand in my shirt,
    Got it in my shoes,
    Got them low down dried out desert blues, yes I do, how how how.
    Joined up in the army
    work was hard to find,
    End up over here, got my ass on the line,
    but I'll be right here until my work is done,
    if I get back home I hope I never see no more guns.
    Here across the ocean,
    I left some of my good friends behind,
    I hope somebody's thinking about me,
    especially that sweet little woman of mine.
    Can't get no this,
    and I can't get no that,
    can't get no you know,
    I don't even know where it's at.
    Sand in my collar,
    got the sand in my hair,
    got it in my pockets,
    got it everywhere.
    I got sand in my shirt,
    got it in my shoes,
    got them low down dried out desert blues,
    yes I do.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues - 1/16/1982 - University Of Florida Bandshell

    4:48

    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues
    Recorded Live: 1/16/1982 - University Of Florida Bandshell - Gainesville, FL
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    The Allman Brothers Band - Dreams - 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East

    9:50

    The Allman Brothers Band - Dreams
    Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East - New York, NY
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Duane Allman - guitar, vocals
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Berry Oakley - bass, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johanny Johanson - drums
    Tom Doucette - harp

    Summary:
    On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work.

    The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new.

    Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of Don't Keep Me Wonderin', which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. Dreams, which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define Southern Rock.

    They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of Whipping Post that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted.

    Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert - 01/16/82 - University Of Florida Bandshell

    58:39

    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 1/16/1982 - University Of Florida Bandshell(Gainesville, FL)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Jessica
    0:05:54 - You Don't Love Me
    0:10:46 - Blue Sky
    0:14:51 - I Never Knew How Much
    0:19:29 - One Way Out
    0:26:44 - Southbound
    0:33:26 - Statesboro Blues
    0:38:13 - Whipping Post
    0:48:31 - Ramblin' Man

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    The Allman Brothers Band / Come and Go Blues

    4:55

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    Allman Brothers Band - Come On In My Kitchen

    6:34

    Recorded live at the National Video Center, N.Y.C., November 19, 1990

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Come & Go Blues

    6:15

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    Allman Brothers - Worried Down With The Blues

    7:43

    Live from the Beacon Theatre.
    The credits are for the taper.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues

    4:18

    At Fillmore East is a double live album by The Allman Brothers Band. The band's breakthrough success, At Fillmore East was released in July 1971. It ranks Number 49 among Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Enjoy in the southern mix of rock, blues and jazz.

    Statesboro Blues ( Will McTell )

    Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low
    Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low
    You got no nerve baby to turn Uncle John from your door

    I woke up this morning, I had them Statesboro Blues
    I woke up this morning, had them Statesboro Blues
    Well, I looked over the corner and Grandpa seemed to have them too

    Well, my momma died and left me
    My poppa died and left me
    I ain't good looking baby
    I'm somewhat sweet and kind

    I'm goin' to the country, baby do you wanna go?
    If you can't make it baby
    Your sister Lucille said she wanna go
    And I sure will take her

    I love that woman, better than any woman I've ever seen
    Well, I love that woman, better than any woman I've ever seen
    Well, now, she treat me like a king, yeah, yeah, yeah
    And she look like a dog gone queen

    Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low
    Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low
    You got no nerve baby, to turn Uncle John from your door


    Duane Allman -- lead guitar, slide guitar
    Gregg Allman -- organ, piano, Vocals
    Dickey Betts -- lead guitar, Vocals
    Berry Oakley -- bass guitar
    Jai Johanny Johanson -- drums, congas, timbales
    Butch Trucks -- drums, tympani

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Blue Sky

    5:15

    The Allman Brothers Band Blue Sky (February 12,1972) Eat A Peach LP

    Eat A Peach For Peace

    Dickey Betts wrote this about his Native American girlfriend, Sandy Bluesky Wabegijig.

    Walk along the river, sweet lullaby, it just keeps on flowing,
    It don't worry 'bout where it's going, no, no.
    Don't fly, mister blue bird, I'm just walking down the road,
    Early morning sunshine tell me all I need to know

    You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day.
    Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way,
    Turn your love my way, yeah.

    Good old sunday morning, bells are ringing everywhere.
    Goin to carolina, it won't be long and I'll be there

    You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day.
    Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way,
    Turn your love my way, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals, piano, electric piano, acoustic guitar
    Duane Allman - (Left Track) slide and lead guitars, acoustic guitar
    Dicky Betts - (Right Track) slide and lead guitars, vocals,
    Jai Johanny Johanson - drums, congas
    Berry Oakley - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums, percussion, tympani, gong, vibes, tambourine

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues

    4:21

    Purchase The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings by The Allman Brothers Band






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    Music video by The Allman Brothers Band performing Statesboro Blues. (C) 2014 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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    Allman Brothers Band - Blue Sky

    7:16

    The Allman Brothers Band live In Germany 1991.

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    The Allman Brothers - Old Friend

    6:10

    The Allman Brothers - Old Friend

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Mean Woman Blues

    5:03

    From Where It All Begins 07 Mean Woman Blues

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    Allman Brothers Blues Band - End Of The Line - Live Music - Video

    4:04

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post - 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East

    11:23

    The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post
    Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East - New York, NY
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Duane Allman - guitar, vocals
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Berry Oakley - bass, vocals
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johanny Johanson - drums
    Tom Doucette - harp

    Summary:
    On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work.

    The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new.

    Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of Don't Keep Me Wonderin', which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. Dreams, which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define Southern Rock.

    They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of Whipping Post that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted.

    Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.

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    Allman Brothers / Stormy Monday

    8:50

    At Fillmore East
    1971

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica - 1/16/1982 - University Of Florida Bandshell

    5:55

    The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica
    Recorded Live: 1/16/1982 - University Of Florida Bandshell - Gainesville, FL
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    Allman Brothers Band - Soulshine

    6:44

    Soulshine by Allman Brothers Band, 1994.

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    Allman Brothers Band Unplugged- In Memory of Elizabeth Reed

    9:36

    From the 1995 live album 'An Evening with the Allman Brothers: 2nd Set', this is the only acoustic arrangement of In Memory of Elizabeth Reed ever released. A special nod to the late Allen Woody for his acoustic bass solo on this song.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues - 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre

    5:44

    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues
    Recorded Live: 4/20/1979 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Gregg Allman - vocals, keyboards
    Dickey Betts - vocals, guitar
    Dan Toler - guitar
    David Goldflies - bass
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Jai Johnny Johansen -drums
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Guest: John Belushi - vocals on Hey Bartender

    Summary:
    This is good quality audio and video of the complete show and a strong performance by this lineup, which included Bonnie Bramlett. Following the drum solos in the middle of Pegasus, John Belushi joins the band onstage and sings Hey Bartender. This was broadcast live on WNEW so fans are very familiar with this show.

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    Allman Brothers - Midnight Blues

    5:15

    From the album An Evening With

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    Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues

    4:22

    Allman Brothers Band - Live At Fillmore East (1971)

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    Allman Brothers Band - Leave My Blues At Home

    4:19

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro blues

    4:52

    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro blues
    Live At The BEACON THEATRE 25-26.03.2003r.

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    Statesboro Blues The Allman Bros Band

    7:18

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Melissa

    3:44

    The Allman Brothers Band Melissa Eat a Peach. 1972

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    The Allman Brothers Blues Band - Statesboro Blues

    4:30

    Live

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    The Allman Brothers Band With Eric Clapton Live - Stormy Monday 2009

    11:08

    Allman Brothers Band ~ Gregg Allman: Organ, Piano, Derek Trucks: Slide Guitar, Butch Trucks: Drums, Warren Haynes: Guitar, Slide Guitar and special guest star Mr. Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals

    Live @ 'The Beacon Theater NYC 2009

    The Backup Players are:

    Jaimoe: Drums
    Oteil Burbridge: Bass
    Marc Quinones: Percussion
    Chris Stainton: Keyboards

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    Allman Brothers Band Come and Go Blues with Lyrics in Description

    4:55

    Track 3 from their fourth studio album Brothers & Sisters released in 1973 copyright Capricorn Records. Brothers and Sisters shipped with Gold status, and was certified Platinum in 1995. Having just overcome the loss of Duane a year earlier, tragedy again struck the band when Berry Oakley died, also in a motorcycle accident, in November of 1972. Lamar Williams joined the band on bass going forward. This was also Chuck Leavell's first album as the new member on piano. Special guests were session guitarists Les Dudek & Tommy Talton. It became their best selling album. Written by Dickie Betts and produced by Johnny Sandlin & The Allman Brothers Band. RIP Duane Allman, Berry Oakley, Tom Dowd, Butch Trucks & Gregory Lenoir Allman. Featuring:

    Gregg Allman - Lead vocals, Hammond B-3 organ & rhythm guitar
    Richard Betts - Lead vocals, lead & slide guitars
    Berry Oakley - Bass on Wasted Words & Ramblin' Man
    Lamar Williams - Bass & acoustic bass
    Jai Johanny Johanson - Drums & congas
    Butch Trucks - Drums, tympani, congas & percussion
    Special Guests:
    Les Dudek - Lead guitar on Ramblin' Man & acoustic guitar on Jessica
    Tommy Talton - Acoustic guitar on Pony Boy

    People say that you're no good
    But I wouldn't cut you loose, baby, if I could
    Well, I seem to stay down on the ground
    Baby, I'm too far gone to turn it around
    Oh, if only you would make up your mind
    Take me where you go, or leave me lay behind
    Lord, you got those come and go blues
    Lord, you got those come and go blues, yes you do
    Oh you got me feelin' like a fool

    Round n' round, and round you go
    Don't ask me why I stay here, I don't know
    Well maybe I'm a fool to care
    Without your sweet love, baby I would be nowhere
    Here I'll stay locked in your web
    Until that day I might find somebody else
    But I don't know just when that will be
    Well I don't know, I can't say ‘cause I can't see

    People say that you’re no good
    But I couldn't cut you loose, baby, if I could
    Well I seem to stay down on the ground
    Baby, I'm too far gone to turn around
    Oh, if only you would make up your mind
    Take me where you go, or leave me lay behind
    Woman you got those come and go blues, you know you do
    Lord, you got those come and go blues, makes me feel bad too
    Oh, you got me feelin' like a fool
    Just like a fool

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    Allman Brothers: Dreams

    7:18

    From the 1969 album The Allman Brothers Band. Written by Greg Allman.
    Just one more mornin'
    I had to wake up with the blues
    Pulled myself outta bed, yeah
    Put on my walkin' shoes,
    Went up on the mountain,
    To see what I could see,
    The whole world was fallin',
    Right down in front of me.

    [chorus]
    'cause I'm hung up on dreams I'll never see, yeah baby.
    Ahh help me baby, or this will surely be the end of me, yeah.

    Pull myself together, put on a new face,
    Climb down off the hilltop, baby,
    Get back in the race.

    [chorus]

    Pull myself together, put on a new face,
    Climb down off the hilltop, baby,
    Get back in the race.

    [chorus]
    Greg Allman.

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    Allman Brothers, Come and Go Blues, 12/3/2011 Boston, MA

    6:37

    The Allman Brothers Band performs Come and Go Blues on 12/3/2011 at the Orpheum Theater in Boston, MA.
    Brought to you by Less Than Face Productions.

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    Allman Brothers Band - Warren Haynes - Soulshine - Blues Rock Guitar Lesson - How to play the intro

    7:44

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    Statesboro Blues - Allman Brothers Band - Live at the Filmore East

    4:09

    My attempt at Statesboro Blues - similar to what Duane played at the Filmore East Auditorium.
    He is the greatest slide player of all time in my opinion.
    I am playing this in standard tuning.
    I used a backing track from the good folks at GuitarBackingTrack.com. Thank You for the awesome service you provide!
    This is as close as I can get to what Duane did. Probably more than a few mistakes but hey, I sure ain't Duane.
    I hope you like it...
    Skydog7725

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Stormy Monday

    5:04

    From American University Washington, D.C.12/13/70 05 Stormy Monday

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    Duane Allmans LAST performance - Statesboro Blues - Allman Brothers Band

    4:10

    Live performance recorded on 15 October 1971 at Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh PA.

    Riveting, electrifying slide guitar as only Duane Allman could play. This was the last show he ever did. Two weeks later he was killed in a motorcycle accident in Macon, GA - only 24 years old.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Soulshine live

    7:53

    The Allman Brothers Band Soulshine Live at the Beacon Theatre 2003

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert - 07/12/86 - Starwood Amphitheatre

    1:2:13

    The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 7/12/1986 - Starwood Amphitheatre (Nashville, TN)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Intro by Charlie Daniels
    0:00:53 - Statesboro Blues
    0:06:13 - Blue Sky
    0:11:11 - One Way Out
    0:20:37 - In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
    0:32:56 - Ramblin' Man
    0:38:41 - Jessica
    0:48:24 - Whipping Post (incomplete)

    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Jai Johanny Jaimoe Johanson - drums
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Dangerous Dan Toler - guitar
    Chuck Leavell - piano
    Bruce Waibel - bass
    Jerry McCoy - bass

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    The Allman Brothers with Taj Mahal - Statesboro Blues

    5:23

    The Allman Brothers with Taj Mahal - Statesboro Blues

    Recorded with a Canon Vixia HFS100 with a DM-100 External Mic.

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues - 7/12/1986 - Starwood Amphitheatre

    5:21

    The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues
    Recorded Live: 7/12/1986 - Starwood Amphitheatre - Nashville, TN
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    Personnel:
    Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
    Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
    Jai Johanny Jaimoe Johanson - drums
    Butch Trucks - drums
    Dangerous Dan Toler - guitar
    Chuck Leavell - piano
    Bruce Waibel - bass
    Jerry McCoy - bass

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    Allman Brothers Band - Soulshine - Legendado

    6:46

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    The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica

    7:31

    Jessica is a rock instrumental written by Dickey Betts, guitarist of The Allman Brothers Band, and Les Dudek, who played with them soon after Duane Allman's death.[1]

    Jessica was first released on the band's 1973 album Brothers and Sisters, and has subsequently been used in many musical contexts. In January 2006, a Wall Street Journal article referred to the piece as a true national heirloom. It is widely known as the theme to the BBC Two motoring programme Top Gear and its popular reformatted revival.

    The piece, along with Ramblin' Man, is one of the two tracks from the album which marked the beginning of a new era for the Allman Brothers Band following the deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. The song is named for Jessica Betts, the daughter of Dickey Betts and Sandy Bluesky.
    from the album Brothers and Sisters

    Released August 1973
    Recorded 1972
    Genre Southern rock, instrumental rock
    Length 7:28
    Label Capricorn Records
    Writer(s) Dickey Betts and Les Dudek
    Producer Johnny Sandlin, The Allman Brothers

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    Allman Brothers Blues Band - Kind Of Bird - Charlie Parker - Live Music - Severinsen

    3:19

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