The Allman Brothers Band
Nassau Coliseum 1973

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Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY 5/1/73

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Two CD live archival release. This double disc set captures a phenomenal performance by the version of the Allman Brothers Band that recorded the classic album Brothers And Sisters. Rebounding from the tragic losses of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley, the ABB was once again hittin’ the note in the spring of 1973, and Nassau Coliseum 5/1/73 captures this important segment of Allman Brothers history. This release harkens back to the time when the ABB was commonly referred to as the “best damn band in the land,” and is loaded throughout with incendiary performances. Play it often, and play it loud.


Wasted Words 4:58
Done Somebody Wrong 3:52
Statesboro Blues 4:15
One Way Out 7:42
Stormy Monday 8:46
Intros: Lamar & Chuck
Midnight Rider 3:13
Jessica 10:25
Come and Go Blues 4:58
Ramblin’ Man 7:55
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 15:06

Trouble No More 4:02
You Don’t Love Me 6:19
Les Brers in A Minor 19:12
Whipping Post 18:40
Mountain Jam 31:05