Thread: TROUBLE NO MORE 50th Ann Boxed Set

porkchopbob - 1/14/2020 at 02:42 PM

50th Anniversary retrospective, now we see why the music biz is pushing a show - to promote an album (no to sound jaded, it probably would have happened but maybe without such a huge push).

Nothing really of interest for most of us fans who already have all of these songs in other formats EXCEPT "Mountain Jam" from Watkins Glen! Just give us the whole show!

Also nice nuggets - "I'm Not Crying" from the Jack Pearson years and nice that they included a Jimmy Herring-era track.

https://music.apple.com/us/album/1491246992?app=itunes&cId=none&ign -itscg=30440&ign-itsct=catchall_p3&ign-mpt=uo%3D4&lId=1802210&a mp;sr=3&src=Linkfire


Rubin - 1/14/2020 at 03:27 PM

A post-Dickey "Blue Sky"? Why?


matt05 - 1/14/2020 at 03:49 PM

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A post-Dickey "Blue Sky"? Why?



would you know if there was a guest on that version? the regular studio version is also on the set.


I am hype for this release. can anyone name the live releases the live tracks are from?


WarEagleRK - 1/14/2020 at 03:54 PM

10 LP's or 5 CDs

http://allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file =article&sid=1034&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0

Amazon has the CD set at $60 and the LP set at $500.


porkchopbob - 1/14/2020 at 04:09 PM

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A post-Dickey "Blue Sky"? Why?

Yeah, that's a curious choice. I really like those "Blue Sky" from that period, but you'd expect something that represents Warren & Derek era like "44 Blues" or something. Also, missed opportunity for a 1999 Dicky & Derek track that might wipe way the stink of the rougher 2000 Beacon shows.


matt05 - 1/14/2020 at 05:14 PM

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A post-Dickey "Blue Sky"? Why?

Yeah, that's a curious choice. I really like those "Blue Sky" from that period, but you'd expect something that represents Warren & Derek era like "44 Blues" or something. Also, missed opportunity for a 1999 Dicky & Derek track that might wipe way the stink of the rougher 2000 Beacon shows.


is the last track on disc 4 after dickey left?


slothrop8 - 1/14/2020 at 05:18 PM

Like most on here - I've got much of this stuff already - but will enjoy getting the previously unreleased material. The bigger takeaway here for me is that there is evidently release worthy quality recordings of the Jack Pearson year, the Jimmy Herring year, and the 2005 Beacon Run. I am very, very thirsty for some full show releases of all of those things.


Marley - 1/14/2020 at 05:39 PM

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A post-Dickey "Blue Sky"? Why?

Yeah, that's a curious choice. I really like those "Blue Sky" from that period, but you'd expect something that represents Warren & Derek era like "44 Blues" or something. Also, missed opportunity for a 1999 Dicky & Derek track that might wipe way the stink of the rougher 2000 Beacon shows.

It's one of their biggest songs and casual fans have probably never heard Gregg sing it. That's going to be more interesting to some people than a cover of a blues classic. He and the band sounded great at that time, too. Looking at the track list, the Black Hearted Woman from 3/26/09 is absolutely outstanding. They also could have included the beautiful Little Martha > Blue Sky > Little Martha jam from that run.

[Edited on 1/19/2020 by Marley]


blackey - 1/14/2020 at 05:43 PM

From what I'm reading the first track is a 1969 rehearsal, never before released, Trouble No More. And the last track is Trouble No More at the Beacon 2014..last song the band played or will ever play as it pointed out the March MSG show is not billed as The Allman Brothers Band but The Brothers. But what the heck. It's The Rolling Stones or The Stones. Okay maybe the official name is The Stones if they played after Mick Jagger retired. I get the difference. The Dead is not OFFICIALLY The Grateful Dead.

Berry Oakley was singing Trouble No More when they were playing as an unnamed band at Second Coming shows. Be neat if it's one of those and Reese would be on keys. Rest of band was Duane, Dickey, Butch and Jaimoe.

The band and Dickey were hot in 1997 when Jack first joined. Hot in 1999 when Derek first joined Dickey and hot in 2000 when Jimmy was subbing for Dickey. A good live show from those 3 lineups would interest me .


shane-o - 1/14/2020 at 05:47 PM

That 2005 was first year they did blue sky with that line up except once in 10-04 itís pretty refreshing they moved it back to the key of E too:::::: I like it


Marley - 1/14/2020 at 06:00 PM

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From what I'm reading the first track is a 1969 rehearsal, never before released, Trouble No More.

Not a rehearsal, a demo. It's faster than the ABB album version and has some other minor differences arrangement-wise. You can listen here: You can hear it here: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/trouble-no-more-box-set-marks-allman-br others-bands-50th-anniversary/

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That 2005 was first year they did blue sky with that line up except once in 10-04 itís pretty refreshing they moved it back to the key of E too:::::: I like it

They did it a handful of times in late September and October that year. They started playing it again because they agreed to do a live recreation of the album for Sirius XM, which is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQXYl7YLGtA


ABBDutchFan - 1/14/2020 at 06:17 PM

Here's the CD track list with 7 unreleased tracks noted:

5CD/DIGITAL TRACK LIST
The Capricorn Years 1969 Ė 1979 Part I / CD1
1 Trouble No More (Demo)*
2 Donít Want You No More
3 Ití Not My Cross To Bear
4 Dreams
5 Whipping Post
6 Iím Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (Live at Ludlow Garage)
7 Midnight Rider
8 Revival
9 Donít Keep Me Wonderiní
10 Hoochie Coochie Man
11 Please Call Home
12 Statesboro Blues (Live at Fillmore East)
13 Stormy Monday (Live at Fillmore East)
14 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live at Fillmore East)

The Capricorn Years 1969 Ė 1979 Part II / CD2
1 One Way Out (Live at Fillmore East)
2 You Donít Love Me / Soul Serenade (Live at A&R Studios)
3 Hot ĎLanta (Live at A&R Studios)
4 Stand Back
5 Melissa
6 Blue Sky
7 Ainít Wastiní Time No More (Live at Mar y Sol)
8 Wasted Words
9 Rambliní Man
10 Southbound
11 Jessica
12 Early Morning Blues (Outtake)

The Capricorn Years 1969 Ė 1979 Part III / The Arista Years 1980 Ė 1981 / CD3
1 Come And Go Blues (Live at Watkins Glen)
2 Mountain Jam (Live at Watkins Glen)*
3 Canít Lose What You Never Had
4 Win, Lose Or Draw
5 High Falls
6 Crazy Love
7 Canít Take It With You
8 Pegasus
9 Just Ainít Easy (Live at Merriweather Post Pavilion)
10 Hell & High Water
11 Angeline
12 Leaviní
13 Never Knew How Much (I Needed You)

The Epic Years 1990 Ė 2000 / CD4
1 Good Clean Fun
2 Seven Turns
3 Gamblerís Roll
4 End Of The Line
5 Nobody Knows
6 Low Down Dirty Mean (Live at the Beacon Theatre)
7 Come On Into My Kitchen (Live at Radio & Records Convention)
8 Sailiní ĎCross The Devilís Sea
9 Back Where It All Begins
10 Soulshine
11 No One To Run With
12 Iím Not Crying (Live at the Beacon Theatre)*

The Peach Years 2000 Ė 2014 / CD5
1 Loan Me A Dime (Live at World Music Theatre)*
2 Desdemona (Live at the Beacon Theatre)*
3 High Cost Of Low Living
4 Old Before My Time
5 Blue Sky (Live at the Beacon Theatre)*
6 Little Martha (Live at the Beacon Theatre)*
7 Black Hearted Woman (Live at the Beacon Theatre)
8 The Sky Is Crying (Live at the Beacon Theatre)
9 ďFarewellĒ speeches (Live at the Beacon Theatre)
10 Trouble No More (Live at the Beacon Theatre)

* Previously unreleased


ABBDutchFan - 1/14/2020 at 06:31 PM

My first reaction: I'm actually underwhelmed. Only 7 previously unreleased tracks? Back in 1989 the "Dreams" boxset was a real treasure trove of unreleased ABB and solo recordings. The CD format was only launched a few years earlier and together with all the unreleased material the reason for it's critically aclaimed success. I guess most of the unreleased live songs of this new boxset have already been in trade circles for many years (or even from Instant Live / Munchmix releases?). In the last few years most of the ABB cds and all the lps have been re-released. The vinyl separate and as part of the massive Peach crate. Recently yet another re-release of 5 albums on coloured vinyl. Also plenty of other deluxe / live releases. I also think the vinyl boxset is extremely overpriced. Maybe that price will come down, but 50 bucks for each slab of vinyl? Dedicated / hardcore fans already spent lot's of money "upgrading" their peachy collection in recent years and probably are reluctant on duplicating 90% of this content once again and "new fans" probably think a 5CD box or a 500 bucks 10LP box is too extensive and /or expensive.

[Edited on 1/14/2020 by ABBDutchFan]


Lee - 1/14/2020 at 09:56 PM

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That 2005 was first year they did blue sky with that line up except once in 10-04 itís pretty refreshing they moved it back to the key of E too:::::: I like it



Marley, correct me if I'm wrong because I know you were there too but I think the first time they did Blue Sky was 9/25/04 at the Fox in Atlanta. It was the Saturday night show, the second of three and I recall Gregg saying something along the lines of "We get a lot of requests for this one". The place went nuts and I thought Gregg pulled it off very well.

Get the Fox Box if you don't have it. I think it costs more now than what I paid for the Instant Lives all three nights.


Lee - 1/14/2020 at 10:11 PM

And regarding the lack of new unreleased material, I am with some of you. Vinyl? That would be really cool but I'm not paying $500 for it. So I guess I'll pay 60 bucks for the seven new songs. Not to sound like a grumpy old man but if this stuff exists, it would be nice if it was released in a better fashion rather than some things being put out in fits and starts.

Remember when Mycology was released and one unreleased song was on it? I think Every Hungry Woman.

As was mentioned, the Dreams Box Set is so amazing. They did a great job with that.



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PhotoRon286 - 1/14/2020 at 10:59 PM

I agree with Lee, Dreams box was very well done.

I'll probably pass on this, $60 for seven "new" songs doesn't make it worthwhile for me.

As for no Derek/Dickey from 99, I've listened many times to that show from Syracuse, first ABB show for two of my kids and Lucinda Williams was an amazing opener.

The guitar interplay wasn't very good at that point and Dickey's setlist just sucked.



blackey - 1/15/2020 at 12:23 AM

Just read the post Dickey Blue Sky has Gregg singing and Chuck Leavell playing.


hotlantatim - 1/15/2020 at 01:36 AM

Then I believe that Blue Sky is from 3/21/05 and it is really good.

That 3/21/05 is one of my all-time favorite Allman Brothers shows of any era of the band. The extended the original Beacon run by two shows. 3/21 and 3/22, the latter being a Big House benefit show. Chuck & others had shown up a day early and Chuck got a lot of stage time and it was always a treat when he played with the final version of the ABB.


Bill_Graham - 1/15/2020 at 01:44 AM

I might have considered this set on vinyl but $500 for a 10LP set? They have to be kidding. I purchased the recent Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys Fillmore LP box set for 1/5 that price and that was for Holy Grail unreleased Hendrix.

Who is setting these absurd prices and what is so special about the vinyl they think it is worth that cost?


tori - 1/15/2020 at 01:48 AM

Perhaps this reveals that the cupboard of release quality archives is much barer than hoped. I anticipate this will delay future releases of more unfamiliar material. Still waiting on 5/2/70 (assuming a decent source exists) and 3/20/98.


DOVETAIL - 1/15/2020 at 04:07 AM

Never thought I'd use the phrase 'cash grab,' but his might be the exception...


Stephen - 1/15/2020 at 04:56 AM

Like that TNMore - & like it even more that they end the box set with it commensurate to the bandís career - Mr. Allman sings it w/love at the 2009 Gilford show - masterful - joyous, mischievous, anything like that

hearing a good version of the WtknsGln Mtn Jam will be real nice - have heard only crummy sounding boots before & assume this will be the same source as C&GBlues, from WTWCTODGas -

Cool that theyíve titled their three box sets after three of their all time greatest songs - Dreams, One Way Out, now Trouble Mo More

[Edited on 1/15/2020 by Stephen]


WarEagleRK - 1/15/2020 at 06:03 AM

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Cool that theyíve titled their three box sets after three of their all time greatest songs - Dreams, One Way Out, now Trouble Mo More




Which Allman Brothers' box is One Way Out?


Stephen - 1/15/2020 at 11:27 AM

My bad, itís Stand Back, not One Way Out
One Way Out is the name of their Beacon release
Stand Back: The Anthology is the name of their 2 CD box set from 2004
So 15-year intervals, basically, between the three box-set releases

[Edited on 1/15/2020 by Stephen]


WarEagleRK - 1/15/2020 at 11:58 AM

Ok, I was thinking how did I miss out on a box set?


Agerst1574 - 1/15/2020 at 01:13 PM

Man, I was looking at the track listing for the Dreams box set and forgot how good it was. Anyone know if it ever came out on vinyl and how the sound quality is? I am going to sample some of it on Spotify when I am in the gym later.


Stephen - 1/15/2020 at 01:20 PM

Six LPs, four tapes, four CDs - got the vinyl the day it came out & to this day it sounds F I N E


Marley - 1/15/2020 at 02:50 PM

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That 2005 was first year they did blue sky with that line up except once in 10-04 itís pretty refreshing they moved it back to the key of E too:::::: I like it



Marley, correct me if I'm wrong because I know you were there too but I think the first time they did Blue Sky was 9/25/04 at the Fox in Atlanta. It was the Saturday night show, the second of three and I recall Gregg saying something along the lines of "We get a lot of requests for this one". The place went nuts and I thought Gregg pulled it off very well.

You're correct about the date and details. They teased Blue Sky very noticeably the night before and for some reason I got really anxious about it. At that time some of us attached a lot of significance to the idea of Gregg songs and Dickey songs and what they should play or shouldn't - what a waste of time all that was! Anyway, the next night the audience reaction was rapturous. It was the loudest roar I ever heard in person at an Allmans show (I was not at the Clapton shows in 2009). That show ended with Blue Sky, Dreams (with a Derek solo), Les Brers and Layla. One of the best finishes I ever saw from them, and they just kept going the next night.


50split - 1/16/2020 at 04:07 AM

how about all of the mar y sol set?
how about more of the 5 man band?
how about all of watkins glen?


PhoffiFozz - 1/16/2020 at 04:59 AM

I'm a bit underwhelmed too. I think there was an opportunity to offer a lot more unreleased material.

I'm actually excited about the live "Blue Sky" from 2005 with Chuck Leavell. Actually I'm quite excited about all of the tracks that haven't been available before.

I was sort of hoping that there would have been some unreleased studio material from later years, but I bet either those tapes are gone or not available for some other reason.


jszfunk - 1/16/2020 at 01:50 PM

The Allman Brothers Band - Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection Unboxing Video

https://youtu.be/0M9edCPTvcY

https://ultimateclassicrock.com/allman-brothers-trouble-no-more-box-set/

The entire history of the Allman Brothers Band will be celebrated when Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection arrives on Feb. 28.

The 10-LP/five-CD box set is named after the Muddy Waters song that began the band's first-ever jam session, with a 1969 demo version of the track kicking off the first disc. The set runs chronologically all the way through a performance of the same tune that closed out their 2014 farewell show.

In total, Trouble No More contains 61 songs, seven of them previously unreleased, representing 13 different lineups in the band's history.

Produced by Bill Levenson, John Lynskey and Kirk West, the box contains a book with a 9,000-word essay by Lynksey, a recap of all of the lineups, photos of the band and pictures of Allmans memorabilia from their Big House museum in Macon, Ga. The vinyl set adds a wood veneer slipcase with gold lettering. A limited-edition orange-and-red vinyl, designed to look like the inside of a peach, can be pre-ordered exclusively at the band's webstore.

News of the set comes less than two weeks after the surviving members of the group's final lineup announced a one-off concert, billed as the Brothers, at New York's Madison Square Garden on March 10.

A lineup featuring Jaimoe, Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Oteil Burbridge and Marc Quinones will be joined by Reese Wynans and Duane Trucks, with a special guest appearance by former Allman Brothers keyboardist Chuck Leavell.



[Edited on 1/16/2020 by jszfunk]


dzobo - 1/16/2020 at 05:58 PM

Yes, it would have been nice to get more unreleased material but anyone interested in just a couple of specific tracks can purchase them individually. Not a bad bang for the buck for some of the longer tracks.


hotlantatim - 1/16/2020 at 07:07 PM

I believe the 13 lineups represented are

Original 6
5 man lineup
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Chuck, Berry
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Chuck, Lamar
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Dan, David
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Dan, David, Frankie, Mike
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen, Johnny
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen
Gregg Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen, Marc
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Jack
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Jimmy
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Warren
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Warren, Chuck

Including Chuck/Warren/Derek as a seperate one is the only way I get to 13 lineups because they didn''t appear to have included any tracks with the Derek + Dickey lineup.


KPRESTN712 - 1/17/2020 at 01:14 AM

Being a die hard fan, I would have loved to have a 50 year live retrospective covering all of the lineups with mostly unreleased d tracks. Only in my dreams.


hotlantatim - 1/17/2020 at 05:31 PM

Looking at the final disc, I would have loved a really crisp Blind Willie McTell instead of Black Hearted Woman which we have lots of versions of, plus Dusk Till Dawn or Spots of Time (Warren used this for his Ashes & Dust album) And either Bag End or Egypt would have been cool.

The end of disc 3: acoustic version of Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) is definitive to me and remind me how good of a song this was. I'd have preferred this over the studio version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-y0Q0Awn3E


Stephen - 1/17/2020 at 06:18 PM

Just great & thanks for posting that Tim - had never seen that before - love how itís labeled - both Unknown, & Official - Greggís solo demo of this on One More Try is real nice too - from Sept. 1974 Macon Ga.

Posts like that, KPRSTN712ís recent ones, the ones posted in the Dickey Betts country thread, & all the others......all good

[Edited on 1/17/2020 by Stephen]


porkchopbob - 1/19/2020 at 12:03 AM

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Remember when Mycology was released and one unreleased song was on it? I think Every Hungry Woman.

I thought of that too, and it was from Atlanta Pop Festival. It took a few years but eventually they released those complete shows, so maybe there's hope for Watkins Glen and some Jack-era shows.

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Marley, correct me if I'm wrong because I know you were there too but I think the first time they did Blue Sky was 9/25/04 at the Fox in Atlanta. It was the Saturday night show, the second of three and I recall Gregg saying something along the lines of "We get a lot of requests for this one". The place went nuts and I thought Gregg pulled it off very well.

You are correct, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=511TeFNQJZI


blackey - 1/19/2020 at 01:06 AM

hotlanatim. There is this lineup too.

Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Dan, David and Jim.

Jim Essery was brought into the band by Gregg in 1979. He is a harmonica player. He guested on Enlighten Rogues then they made him a member of the band. In 1980 he is listed among the members of the band and pictured with the band on Look Out Mountain, Georgia on Reach For the Sky. But in late 1980 Gregg, Dickey and Butch voted Jim and Jaimoe out of the band and added Mike Lawler on keys and David Toler on drums.

In 1986 for the two shows the ABB did Jaimoe was back but they didn't have an official bass player.

It was Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Chuck and Dan. The bass duties were split by a Mr. McCoy who was in Dickey's solo band who played on Dickey's songs and Bruce Waibel played on Gregg's and Statesboro and One Way Out. Bruce was in Gregg's band. He played bass on two of Gregg's solo albums and sadly committed suicide in 2003 at age 45.


Lee - 1/19/2020 at 12:22 PM

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Man, I was looking at the track listing for the Dreams box set and forgot how good it was. Anyone know if it ever came out on vinyl and how the sound quality is? I am going to sample some of it on Spotify when I am in the gym later.


I think this is one of the best releases they ever put out. When I got it, I had never heard of some of this. Hourglass? 31st of February? Second Coming? They did a great job with it.

Stephen is correct. The vinyl is awesome. I like it better than the CDs.

And I'll put my nerd had on for a second. All three box sets are the same as far as how it looks (the box). The only difference is in the upper right corner. It says, CD, cassette, or vinyl.

I think the only other difference between the three is the "collectible" program in the front. Which is very well done by the way. The covers were printed in different colors depending on what format you got.

It's funny. I collect a lot of their stuff and I tried for two or three years to get this on cassette. Couldn't find it. And it was expensive as hell. I have it. Now I see you can get it for like $25 or something and vinyl is WAY more expensive.






Lee - 1/19/2020 at 12:36 PM

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That 2005 was first year they did blue sky with that line up except once in 10-04 itís pretty refreshing they moved it back to the key of E too:::::: I like it



Marley, correct me if I'm wrong because I know you were there too but I think the first time they did Blue Sky was 9/25/04 at the Fox in Atlanta. It was the Saturday night show, the second of three and I recall Gregg saying something along the lines of "We get a lot of requests for this one". The place went nuts and I thought Gregg pulled it off very well.

You're correct about the date and details. They teased Blue Sky very noticeably the night before and for some reason I got really anxious about it. At that time some of us attached a lot of significance to the idea of Gregg songs and Dickey songs and what they should play or shouldn't - what a waste of time all that was! Anyway, the next night the audience reaction was rapturous. It was the loudest roar I ever heard in person at an Allmans show (I was not at the Clapton shows in 2009). That show ended with Blue Sky, Dreams (with a Derek solo), Les Brers and Layla. One of the best finishes I ever saw from them, and they just kept going the next night.


Yeah that discussion, argument about who should sing what was silly in my opinion.

And that Fox show was something as you said. I went to the Clapton shows and I don't recall the reaction as being as big as Atlanta. My guess is because everybody already knew he was going to be there.


Stephen - 1/19/2020 at 02:42 PM

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The end of disc 3: acoustic version of Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) is definitive to me and remind me how good of a song this was. I'd have preferred this over the studio version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-y0Q0Awn3E



Just great stuff, gets better w/each look/listen
Same the Subterranean Homesick Blues clip too

Really enjoy the studio version too, Mylon Lefevbreís singing adds so much to it, & the sax solo, Same - an overlooked song alright


dzobo - 2/4/2020 at 06:51 PM

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I believe the 13 lineups represented are

Original 6
5 man lineup
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Chuck, Berry
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Chuck, Lamar
Gregg, Dickey, Jaimoe, Butch, Dan, David
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Dan, David, Frankie, Mike
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen, Johnny
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen
Gregg Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Warren, Allen, Marc
Gregg, Dickey, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Jack
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Jimmy
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Warren
Gregg, Butch, Jaimoe, Marc, Oteil, Derek, Warren, Chuck

What these actual lineups were had been bugging me for awhile. One always seemed to be missing. Finally found a "definitive" source.

According to Ultimate Classic Rock these are the assorted lineups and their active periods:
https://ultimateclassicrock.com/allman-brothers-lineup-changes/

Your listing was very close, hotlantatim.

Looks like the mystery one is from the brief reunion period in 1986 (Gregg Allman / Dickey Betts / Butch Trucks / Jaimoe / Dan Toler / Chuck Leavell).


hotlantatim - 2/4/2020 at 06:59 PM

The lineups I listed were the ones i thought they included on the box set. I know there were a couple slight variations over the years.


Stephen - 2/4/2020 at 07:11 PM

Surprising thereís nothing from the 1999 Dickey/Derek lineup on the box set - that said, a stellar looking package

[Edited on 2/4/2020 by Stephen]


samadams757 - 2/10/2020 at 03:00 AM

I see now that the release date has been delayed until 3/18/2020 per my Amazon preorder. Has anyone else heard that this is delayed?


DarylM - 2/10/2020 at 06:59 PM

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I see now that the release date has been delayed until 3/18/2020 per my Amazon preorder. Has anyone else heard that this is delayed?



You just knew that this was coming.....


TheBabe714 - 2/10/2020 at 08:48 PM

the Duane & Gregg Allman CD, The Allman Joys and 2 Hourglass cd's are all out the following week 3/27.
something for everyone. Enjoy the music-


samadams757 - 2/24/2020 at 12:20 AM

The Amazon not later than date is 18 March though the release date is still 2/28


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