Live At Ludlow Garage 1970

by Allman Brothers Band

(1991) UNI/MCA

Personnel Duane Allman : Guitar, Slide Guitar; Gregg Allman : Organ, Vocals; Dickey Betts : Guitar; Jaimoe Jai Johanny : Drums, Percussion; Berry Oakley : Bass; Butch Trucks : Drums, Percussion
Description An amazing album, by one of the best live bands ever. Contains Allman classics, "Dreams", "Mountain Jam", and "Every Hungry Woman".
Posted By Mark Gramola (594)
Directory Recordings: Blues
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On 11/21/2000, Jason Tafilowski (1468) posted:
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It is a very good album of though they aren't quite at their peak like the At Fillmore East album. Live at Ludlow garage is nevertheless still a fantastic album. with great live versions of "dreams" and a 44:00 minute Mountain Jam. I think its a sin that there isn't more live Allman albums, Especially from this period.
On 5/29/2000, Mark Gramola (594) posted:
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Rapid dueling guitars, bluesy vocals, great bass, and double percussion, all make this album ones of the greatest live albums ever. Great versions of "Statesboro Blues", and "Hoochie Coochie Man". The extended 44:00 min. Mountain Jam has some of the best guitar and bass work I've ever heard.