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Big Band of Brothers (USA)
"A Jazz Celebration of

The Allman Brothers Band"
New West Records - 2019

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Cover Big Band Of Brothers A Jazz Celebr
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Big Band of Brothers
Musicians:

Rob Alley  - trumpet, flugelhorn (Tracks 3,5,8,10)
Mart Avant - trumpet, flugelhorn (Tracks 1,2,4,6,7,8,9,10)
Dick Aven - tenor & soprano saxophone
Abe Becker - bass (Tracks 3,5,7)
Billy Bargetzi - trombone
Jimmy Bowland - alto saxophone (Tracks 1,4,6,9)
Matt Casey - slide guitar (Tracks 1,9)
Steve Collins  - baritone saxophone
Dave Crenshaw - percussion (Tracks 2,4,8,10)
Chad Fisher - trombone (Tracks 1,3,4,5,6 7 9)
Barney Floyd - trumpet, flugelhorn
Chris Gordon - trumpet, flugelhorn
Mace Hibbard -  alto saxophone (Tracks 3,5,7)
Bill Huber - trombone (Tracks 2,8,10)
Chris Kozak - bass (Tracks 1,4,6,9)
Mark Lanter  - drums
Nathan McLeod  - tenor saxophone
Andy Nevala - piano, Hammond B-3
Kelley O’Neal - alto saxophone (Tracks 2,8,10)
David Ray - bass (Tracks 2,8,10)
Brandon Slocumb - trombone
Tom Wolfe - guitar (Tracks 2,3,4,5,7,8,10)
Guest Artists:
Marc Broussard  vocals (Tracks 1,5)
Ruthie Foster - vocals (Tracks 3,9)
Jack Pearson - slide guitar (Track 6)
Wycliffe Gordon - soprano trombone (Track 2)

Big Band Of Brothers

The Allman Brothers Band

Fillmore East 09.23.1970

Tracklist:

01 Statesboro Blues (feat. Marc Broussard) 5:13
02 Don’t Want You No More 3:48
03 It’s Not My Cross to Bear (feat. Ruthie Foster) 7:51
04 Hot ‘Lanta 5:15
05 Whipping Post (feat. Marc Broussard) 5:11
06 Stand Back 5:35
07 Dreams 6:38
08 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 7:11
09 Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (feat. Ruthie Foster) 4:07
10 Les Brers in a Minor 12:03

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The Allman Brothers Band

·The Allman Brothers Band"

Capricorn - 1969

Gregg Allman – Keyboards, vc
Duane Allman – Guitar, vc
Dickey Betts – Guitar
Berry Oakley – Bass, Vc
Butch Trucks – Drums
Jaimoe Johanson – Drums, Percussion

Cover Big Band Of Brothers A Jazz Celebr

12/01/2019

50 years since The Allman Brothers Band released their first self-titled album, since we heard "Whipping Post" for the first time. Duane Allman was shown as the great guitarist he was, and together with his brother Gregg, the most interesting couple of American blues rock composers and performers by the end of the 1960's. The two brothers came to record only two studio albums together , but the seminal double live set "At Fillmore East" can be considered the best live recorded album in the history of pop music. The event has been collected by the Big Band Of Brothers through the edition of "A Jazz Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band", a spectacular tribute to the Florida band that includes a select collection of his most memorable compositions, all under the production of the drummer and versatile Mark Lanter, who has brought together an extraordinary combo of twenty-three musicians and has had the collaboration of Ruthie Foster and Marc Broussard singing in four songs. It's a good time to remember The Allman Brothers Band and this is more than an excellent album to do it.

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