Duane & Gregg Allman

I watched the Allman Brothers doc­u­men­tary “After The Crash” on The CW this past week­end, which inspired me to write this article.

I’ve had this album for a long time. My orig­i­nal copy was on that thick, heavy vinyl with all the nicks and pops. I have always gone back to this album to do Allman refresh­ers. After I got rid of all my vinyl, I was with­out this for a while and I tried to piece togeth­er a “Duane and Gregg” from com­pi­la­tions like “Dreams,” but I was nev­er sat­is­fied with the result. 

Then one day I found out this album had been reis­sued on CD and my prob­lem was solved. I lis­ten to it fre­quent­ly and enjoy every minute of it. Pick up a copy — you won’t be disappointed.

Another note: I saw the Allman Brothers at the Nashville Speedway back in the “Eat a Peach” peri­od post-Duane but I’m not sure if Barry was on board. I fin­ished up my live Allman Brothers expe­ri­ence in 2016 at Centre College with a show from Gregg’s final tour. I will always love the broth­ers’ music.

Album Information

Released: May 1972
Recorded: September 1968 at TK Studios, Hialeah
Length: 29:24
Label: Bold Records

TrackAuthorTime
“Morning Dew”Tim Rose, Bonnie Dobson3:45
“God Rest His Soul”Gregg Allman3:55
“Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out”Jimmy Cox4:32
“Down in Texas”Eddie Hinton, Marlon Greene3:40
“Melissa”Gregg Allman, Steve Alaimo3:15
“I’ll Change for You”David Brown2:57
“Back Down Home with You”David Brown2:25
“Well I Know Too Well”Steve Alaimo2:15
“In The Morning When I’m Real”Robert Pucetti2:40

Artists appearing

Duane Allman – lead gui­tar
Gregg Allman – organ, lead vocals
Scott Boyer – acoustic gui­tar, vocals
David Brown – bass
Butch Trucks – drums, percussion

The fol­low­ing is a demo ver­sion but most of the tracks are pret­ty much iden­ti­cal to the orig­i­nal. It also shows Allman Brothers album cov­ers and pho­tographs dur­ing the music.

  • Jeff Brandt

    Jeff has been a music fan since the age of 7 when the album Meet the Beatles hit the streets. He grew up in Hoptown and went to col­lege at UK a cou­ple of times. He retired in 2016 and is cur­rent­ly amass­ing his music col­lec­tion. Jeff says he loves being retired but is tired of quarantining.