The Allman Brothers Band Best Songs – 7 different lists (Billboard, Guitar World, Stereogum and more)

The original six-piece band, with Duane and Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Butch Trucks, and Jaimoe created inspired, utterly unique magic. From their remarkable self-titled debut album in 1969, the band succeeded in reinventing blues-based music in a way that was both visionary and true to the original material.
— Alan Paul (One Way Out – 2015)

The Allman Brothers Band’s 25 All-Time Greatest Songs

Guitar World – July 2017

1. Whipping Post (Live) (1971 – At Fillmore East)
2. Blue Sky (1972 – Eat a Peach)
3. Midnight Rider (1970 – Idlewild South)
4. Dreams (1969 – The Allman Brothers Band)
5. It’s Not My Cross to Bear (1969 – The Allman Brothers Band)
6. Melissa (1972 – Eat a Peach)
7. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Live) (1971 – At Fillmore East)
8. Jessica (1973 – Brothers and Sisters)
9. Revival (1970 – Idlewild South)
10. Ramblin’ Man (1973 – Brothers and Sisters)
11. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More (1972 – Eat a Peach)
12. Les Brers in A Minor (1972 – Eat a Peach)
13. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (1970 – Idlewild South)
14. Statesboro Blues (Live) (1971 – At Fillmore East)
15. Mountain Jam (Live) (1972 – Eat a Peach)
16. Nobody Knows (1991 – Shades of Two Worlds)
17. Little Martha (1972 – Eat a Peach)
18. One Way Out (1972 – Eat a Peach)
19. Come and Go Blues (1973 – Brothers and Sisters)
20. Black Hearted Woman (1969 – The Allman Brothers Band)
21. Seven Turns (1990 – Seven Turns)
22. You Don’t Love Me (Live) (1971 – At Fillmore East)
23. No One to Run With (1994 – An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: 2nd Set)
24. Hot ‘Lanta (1971 – At Fillmore East)
25. Stormy Monday (1971 – At Fillmore East)


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