Review of The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers And Sisters (Deluxe Edition) (Universal Music Canada)

Allman BrosIn stores now is a reissue of the 1973 Allman Brothers classic album Brothers And Sisters. Available in a two-disc version (in review here) as well as a four-disc collection, what may ultimately decide whether or not buyers splurge on these newest reissues will depend on their dedication to the band. Southern Rock classics like Wasted Words, Jessica and Ramblin’ Man sound as good as ever while the second-disc is a collection of rehearsals and outtakes. Among the highlights on Disc Two is Early Morning Blues, a track that was dropped from Brothers And Sisters in favour of Jelly Jelly.

2 Responses to "Review of The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers And Sisters (Deluxe Edition) (Universal Music Canada)"

  1. Thanks for your feedback Scott. Truth be told, I’ve only got 90-100 words to talk about the record so getting into the meat of how great an album is and what makes it so great just isn’t always possible.

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