THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ‘Brothers and Sisters’ Deluxe Edition

$32.00

Description

The Allman Brothers Band’s 1973 album Brothers and Sisters, was the first full record to be recorded without Duane Allman, who’d been killed in a motorcycle accident in October 1971. The rock/blues outfit then suffered another terrible blow when bassist Berry Oakley was killed during the making of this record (another motorcycle accident). Lamar Williams was brought in as a replacement and plays on five of the record’s seven tracks. Despite all the adversity, when released in August 1973, Brothers and Sisters would become The Allman Brothers Band first number one album in the US. This 2-CD deluxe edition of the band’s fifth and most successful album includes the remastered original album along with previously unreleased rehearsals, out-takes, and one brand new archival find.