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Early Music from Members of the Allman Brothers Band Released on CD and Vinyl
 
Posted on Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 04:38 PM

EARLY MUSIC FROM MEMBERS OF THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND

TO BE RELEASED ON CD FOR THE FIRST TIME AND ON VINYL
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NEARLY 50 YEARS ON MARCH 27

FOUR COLLECTIONS INCLUDE EARLY GROUPS THE ALLMAN JOYS,
HOUR GLASS AND 31ST OF FEBRUARY

Buy at the Big House Museum Shop - CD's and Vinyl

Goldmine magazine Podcast with John Lynskey discussing these albums

Very early music from members of the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND will be released on CD for the first time March 27, and vinyl that has been out of print since the late 1960’s will be available as well. In all, four albums will trace three of the band member’s nascent music projects including the Allman Joys, Hour Glass and 31st of February.

Formed just out of high school and originally called The Escorts and then Allman Joys, Duane and Gregg Allman recorded the band’s only session work in August 1966, which wouldn’t be released until 1973 and has been out of print since. After the Allman Joys went their own ways, Duane and Gregg formed Hour Glass, releasing their self-titled debut in 1967 and Power Of Love in 1968, both on the Liberty label. What is telling in these early recordings are hints of what would become signature Allman Brothers Band sounds. You can hear moments of what would become guitarist Duane Allman’s signature licks, as well as his little brother Gregg’s Hammond B-3 prowess and his soulful, bluesy voice.

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The Allman Joys, Hourglass and 31st of February Coming out On CD and Vinyl
 
Posted on Friday, February 14, 2020 - 04:16 PM

EARLY MUSIC FROM MEMBERS OF THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
TO BE RELEASED ON CD FOR THE FIRST TIME AND ON VINYL
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NEARLY 50 YEARS ON MARCH 27

FOUR COLLECTIONS INCLUDE EARLY GROUPS THE ALLMAN JOYS, HOUR GLASS AND
31 ST  OF FEBRUARY

Special Pre-sale Offer from The Big House Museum
Four CD's plus a Tee Shirt
 
Very early music from members of the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND will be released on CD for the first time March 27, and vinyl that has been out of print since the late 1960’s will be available as well. In all, four albums will trace three of the band member’s nascent music projects including the Allman Joys, Hour Glass and 31 st  of February.
 
Formed just out of high school and originally called The Escorts and then Allman Joys, Duane and Gregg Allman recorded the band’s only session work in August 1966, which wouldn’t be released until 1973 and has been out
of print since.  After the Allman Joys went their own ways, Duane and Gregg formed Hour Glass, releasing their self-titled debut in 1967 and Power Of Love in 1968, both on the Liberty label. What is telling in these early recordings are hints of what would become signature Allman Brothers Band sounds. You can hear moments of what would become guitarist Duane Allman’s signature licks, as well as his little brother Gregg’s Hammond B-3 prowess and his soulful, bluesy voice. 

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Allman Brothers Band's "One Way Out" In Stores March 23
 
Posted on Wednesday, February 11, 2004 - 10:01 PM
Double Live CD Documents 2003 ‘March Madness’ Run at the Beacon Theatre in New York City

Group to perform on 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien' March 16 in advance of the March 18 launch of this year's 'March Madness' engagement


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The Allman Brothers Band, one of rock’s most acclaimed live acts and 1994 Hall Of Fame inductees will release a new double live CD March 23 on Peach/Sanctuary Records. Titled "One Way Out", it documents the band’s ‘March Madness’ run at the Beacon Theatre last year in New York City and features the 12-minute tour de force “Instrumental Illness,” for which the band has been nominated for a Grammy this year in the “Best Rock Instrumental Performance” category. "One Way Out" includes songs seen on last year’s platinum DVD "Live At The Beacon Theatre" as well as, additional live tracks from the Beacon performances.

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Discography
 
Posted on Saturday, January 25, 2003 - 11:40 AM
Hi,

I see that the IRSA benefit album (6/11/92) seems to be missing from the above; a very fine album indeed! Also a couple of European and Antipodean collections and compilations: Madness of the West; All Live; The Best of the Allman Brothers Live.

All the best, and keep up the good work,

Bob (from London)

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