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The Allman Brothers Band Playlist

1 Midnight Blues (Live)
2 Midnight Rider (Live)
3 Come And Go Blues
4 Goin Down The Road Feeling Bad
5 Men Women Blues
6 Done Somebody Wrong (Live)
7 Blue Sky (Live)

Duane Allman founded the band in 1969, combining elements of blues and jazz and rock and country to create a sound that revolved around dazzling on-stage improvisation. His death in a motorcycle crash in 1971, followed by bassist Berry Oakley's death in an eerily similar accident almost exactly one year later, left the surviving members devastated. They carried to become the most popular band of the early '70s. But without Duane's guidance, it all began to fall apart. When Gregg Allman married Cher and then testified against the band's road manager in a federal drug trial, it shattered the bond that had made them great.

The story of the Allman Brothers Band is also one of triumph and redemption. The band regrouped in 1989 to become one of the most popular touring acts of this decade with new albums that recall the vitality and spirit of the original line-up

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