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From the Album 2. Dont Want You No More 3. Its Not My Cross To Bear 4. Dreams 5. Whipping Post 6. Im Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town 7. Midnight Rider 8. Revival 9. Dont Keep Me Wonderin 10. Hoochie Coochie Man 11. Please Call Home 12. Statesboro Blues 13. Stormy Monday 14. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 15. One Way Out 16. You Dont Love Me 17. Hot Lanta 18. Stand Back 19. Melissa 21. Aint Wastin Time No More 22. Wasted Words 23. Ramblin Man 24. Southbound 25. Jessica 26. Early Morning Blues 27. Come And Go Blues 28. Mountain Jam 29. Cant Lose What You Never Had 30. Win Lose Or Draw 31. High Falls 32. Crazy Love 33. Cant Take It With You 34. Pegasus 35. Just Aint Easy 36. Hell & High Water 37. Angeline 38. Leavin 39. Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) 40. Good Clean Fun 41. Seven Turns 42. Gamblers Roll 43. End Of The Line 44. Nobody Knows 45. Low Down Dirty Mean 46. Come On into My Kitchen 47. Sailin Cross The Devils Sea 48. Back Where It All Begins 49. Soulshine 50. No One To Run With 51. I'm Not Crying 52. Loan Me a Dime 53. Desdemona 54. High Cost Of Low Living 55. Old Before My Time 56. Blue Sky 57. Little Martha 58. Black-Hearted Woman 59. The Sky Is Crying 60. Farewell speeches 61. Trouble No More

From the Album 1. Statesboro Blues 2. Ramblin Man 3. Midnight Rider 4. Southbound 5. Melissa 6. Jessica 7. Aint Wastin Time No More 8. Little Martha 9. Crazy Love 10. Revival 11. Wasted Words 12. Blue Sky 13. One Way Out 14. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 15. Dreams 16. Whipping Post

Other Songs All Night Train Bad Rain Black Hearted Woman Blind Love Bougainvillea Brothers Of The Road Can You Fool Change My Way Of Living Come On In My Kitchen Demons Desert Blues Dimples Do It or Die Done Somebody Wrong Dont Keep Me Wondering Don't Thnk Twice, It's All Right 7-19-05 Doraville Drunken Hearted Boy Every Hungry Woman Everybodys Got A Mountain To Climb Famous Last Words Firing Line From The Madness Of The West Get On With Your Life God Rest His Soul Goin' Down Slow Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Guitar Intro Heart Of Stone Hell Hell And High Water Hell andamp; High Water I Beg Of You I Feel Free I Got A Right To Be Wrong I'm No Angel (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man Imaginary Lover Instrumental Illness It Aint Over Yet Jelly Jelly Jessica Album Version Just Another Love Song Keep On Keepin On Kind Of Bird Leave My Blues At Home Les Brers In A Minor Let Me Ride Loaded Dice Long Time Gone Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John Maybe We Can Go Back To Yesterday Maydelle Mean Woman Blues Midnight Blues Midnight Man Midnight Rider Mountain Jam Pt. 1 Mountain Jam (Reel Change Gap) Mountain Jam (Reprise) Mountain Jam (Reprise) (Continued) Mountain Jam (Start Cut) Mountain Jam (Start Cut, No. 2) Multi-Colored Lady Mystery Woman Need Your Love So Bad Never Knew How Much Nevertheless No One To Run With Not My Cross To Bear Old Friend One More Ride One Way Out (Live At The Fillmore East/1971) Pony Boy Preacher's Daughter Queen of Hearts Rockin Horse Sail Away Saturday Night Special Shapes of Things Shine It On So Long Straight From The Heart Sweet Mama Temptation Is A Gun That Smell The Heat Is On The High Cost of Low Living The Judgement The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down The Same Thing These Days Things You Used To Do True Gravity Try It One More Time Two Rights Whats Done Is Done Who To Believe Will the Circle Be Unbroken Woman Across The River Worried Down With The Blues You Don't Love Me/Soul Serenade
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The Allman Brothers Band is an American rock/blues band once based in Macon, Georgia. The band was formed in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1969 by brothers Duane Allman and Gregg Allman, along with Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Butch Trucks, and Jai Johanny Johanson.

While the band has been called the principal architects of Southern rock, they also incorporate elements of blues, jazz, and country music, and their live shows have jam band-style improvisation and instrumentals.

The band has been awarded eleven gold and five platinum albums between 1971 and 2005 and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. -Wikipedia
Gregg Allman -
organ, piano, guitar, vocals
(1969-1976, 1978-1982, 1986, 1989-present)

Butch Trucks -
drums, tympani
(1969-1976, 1978-1982, 1986, 1989-present)

Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson -
drums, percussion
(1969-1976, 1978-1980, 1986, 1989-present)

Warren Haynes -
guitar, slide guitar, vocals
(1989-1997, 2000-present)

Marc Quiñones -
drums, percussion, background vocals

Oteil Burbridge -
bass, vocals

Derek Trucks -
guitar, slide guitar

From: Macon, GA, U.S.A.
Genre(s): Southern rock, blues, blues rock, roots rock, boogie rock, country rock, jam rock, electric blues
Active From: 1969-1976, 1978-1982, 1989-2014
Associated Acts: Gov't Mule, The Dead, The Derek Trucks Band, Derek and the Dominos, Hour Glass, Great Southern, Sea Level
Did You Know:
Founding members Duane Allman and Berry Oakley died in 1971 & 1972, both in motorcycle accidents at the age of 24.

The group has split-up twice: from 1976 to 1978 & again from 1982 to 1989

I'd kind of grown up with a classical background and Duane and Gregg with the Blues. Plus, my background was Gospel. But then with Dickey with the Blues and the Country background, it all kind of melted. That first year or two, all we listened to was Miles and Trane and people like that in the jazz idiom. 
Butch Trucks

Well, I left Florida State College with a couple of friends in '67 and went to Daytona to make it big playing music. We went to college to stay out of Vietnam, is all we were doing. They finally kicked us out of college for not coming to class. We left Tallahassee and headed to Daytona to strike it big. We had a band that was good, but you couldn't dance to it, so we couldn't get work.
Butch Trucks

"The band has always viewed itself as the original alternative band. They went out there breaking all the rules. They insisted on doing their way, not the way the industry told them they had to do it." 

"We have two drummers and percussionist and two lead guitar players. None of these bands have that kind of firepower."

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