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Gregg Allman

“Freight train, each car looks the same, all the same. And no one knows the gypsy’s name, And no one hears his lonely sighs, There are no blankets where he lies. 455 more words


The Road Goes On Forever: RIP Gregg Allman

I’m filled with great sadness as I write this knowing that one of my musical heroes, Gregg Allman, has passed away.¬†The¬†Allman Brothers Band… 414 more words


The Allman Brothers Band- At Fillmore East

I saved the best Allman Brothers album for last. This album represents the true sounds and colors of the Allman Brothers. From the start of ‘Statesboro Blues’ into a 1 track vinyl side of a 19 minute rendition of ‘You Don’t Love Me.’ Ending with back to back monsters of ‘In Memory of Elizabeth Reed’ and a 22 minute ‘Whipping Post.’ 158 more words

The Daily Cut: The Allman Brothers Band "Hot 'Lanta"

The Allman Brothers Band: “Hot ‘Lanta”

ALBUM: At Fillmore East

YEAR: 1971

WRITERS: Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks, Berry Oakley, Jai Johanny Johanson… 172 more words


That time Gregg Allman told me how Allman Brothers roadie Red Dog dared him to redo "Whipping Post"

By Steve Newton

When I interviewed Gregg Allman back in February of 1998 he was touring behind his fifth solo release, Searching for Simplicity.

That album opened with an unplugged version of “Whipping Post”, the song he wrote for the Allman Brothers’ debut album in 1969, but which didn’t reach its full potential until it was recorded live for… 54 more words

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