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The Daily Cut: The Allman Brothers Band "Ramblin' Man"

The Allman Brothers Band: “Ramblin’ Man”

ALBUM: Brothers and Sisters

YEAR: 1973

WRITERS: Dickey Betts

Peaked at number-two on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Ramblin’ Man” is by far The Allman Brothers Band’s biggest hit, getting all the way to number-two on the Billboard Hot 100. 112 more words

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Classic Rock Almanac December 12, 2016

TRIVIA

Today’s Question: Today (December 12th) is the 73rd birthday of former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts.

The first album Betts recorded as a bandleader was 1977’s Dickey Betts and Great Southern. 495 more words

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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

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Ever wonder why the Allman Brothers look so damn happy on the cover of At Fillmore East?

By Steve Newton

The Allman Brothers’ At Fillmore East is widely recognized as one of the greatest live albums in rock history.

And you won’t get any arguments about that from me. 391 more words

Sounds Of The South

How David Goldflies Became the "Rook"

I had the opportunity to catch up recently with David “Rook” Goldflies, bass player for the Allman Brothers Band from 1978-1982 (appearing on Enlightened Rogues, Reach for the Sky, and Brothers of the Road.) David shared the story of how he joined Dickey Bett’s “Great Southern” and got the nickname “Rook”: 282 more words

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JACK's Inside Track: The Allman Bros.

Change yer mind much? It’s Gregg’s prerogative…I think he learned that from Cher years ago…

Listen to JACK and find out more

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