Ludlow Garage: 1970
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Live at Ludlow Garage - Allman Brothers Band - Review

Live at Ludlow Garage 1970 review

Live at Ludlow Garage is from a performance on April 11, 1970, in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the same band as on their classic Live at Fillmore East, though younger and less developed. Predictably, this CD has a heavy blues influence.

It includes a great rendition of the song Dimples that also appears on the Duane Allman Anthology Vol. 2. In addition, the performance of “Dreams” is fabulous with the rhythm section getting into a smooth groove that is beyond words. The rendition of Mt. Jam clocks in at over 44 minutes and includes some great Allman Brothers Band improvisation. by Barry Small 
Grade  B + 

Live at Ludlow Garage - Allman Brothers Band - Song List
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1. Dreams (Allman) - 10:15
2. Statesboro Blues (McTell) - 8:09
3. Trouble No More (Waters) - 4:13
4. Dimples (Bracken/Hooker) - 5:00
5. Every Hungry Woman (Allman) - 4:28
6. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town (Weldon) - 9:22
7. Hoochie Coochie Man (Dixon) - 5:23
8. Mountain Jam [Theme from First There Is a Mountain]
    (Allman/Allman/Betts/Donovan/Oakley) - 44:00

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Gregg Allman - Organ, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals
Dickey Betts - Guitar,  Vocals
Duane Allman - Guitar 
Berry Oakley - Bass
Jaimoe - Percussion, Drums
Butch Trucks - Percussion, Drums

Live at Ludlow Garage - Allman Brothers Band - Notes

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Released 1991
Label - Polydor
This CD was recorded live on April 11, 1970, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Includes liner notes by Ben Sandmel.


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