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Artist: The Allman Brothers Band

Title: Beginnings

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Category: Southern Blues-Rock

Year: 1971

Label: Polydor

Catalog Number: 827 588-2 Y-1

Personnel

Duane Allman lead, slide and acoustic guitars
Gregg Allman organ, piano, vocals
Dicky Betts lead guitar
Berry Oakley bass, vocals
Butch Trucks drums, timbales, maracas, tympani
Jai Johanny Johanson drums, congas, timbales, percussion
Thom Doucette harmonica, percussion

Tracks

1.  Don't Want You No More  
2.  It's Not My Cross to Bear  
3.  Black Hearted Woman  
4.  Trouble No More  
5.  Every Hungry Woman  
6.  Dreams  
7.  Whipping Post  
8.  Revival  
9.  Don't Keep Me Wonderin'  
10.  Midnight Rider  
11.  In Memory of Elizabeth Reed  
12.  Hoochie Coochie Man  
13.  Please Call Home  
14.  Leave My Blues at Home  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scandinavia Date: November 19, 2003 at 14:52
Well, now we just need every single blues artist around then we can all be happy...PLEASE!!!! This is good music alright but does it really belong here??? Ain't much hardrock or AOR to this album...

From: James Date: November 19, 2003 at 18:12
if you didn't notice there is a genre of Southern Rock listed on this site which the Allman Brothers are. (look to your left) They were the first big Southern band to make it big followed by Skynyrd and Charlie Daniels ZZ Top and 38 Special Molly Hatchet. (the biggest bands of the genre) The Allmans were more on the laid back side of the genre but had some classics that will live forever and their dual guitar work is ledgendary.

From: pt88 Date: January 31, 2005 at 19:26
I love these guys but I was thinking the same thing if they belong here. These guys are the real deal like Led. Very few bands are their. Duane was the Allmans

From: CurtisLoew Date: June 21, 2005 at 15:40
You cannot possibly have a website that discusses "Southern Rock" bands and not have the Allmans. Duane and Dickey could play rings around every guitar tandem in this database.


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