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The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers Of The Road FLAC Album

The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers Of The Road FLAC Album
Southern Rock
  • Performer:
    The Allman Brothers Band
  • Title:
    Brothers Of The Road
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  • Style:
    Southern Rock
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  • Size FLAC version
    2930 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2444 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2599 mb
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1Never Knew How Much ( I Needed You )
Saxophone – Jimmy HallWritten-By – Gregg Allman
2Things You Used To Do
Written-By – Gregg Allman, Keith England
3The Judgment
Written-By – Dickey Betts
4Maybe We Can Go Back To Yesterday
Written-By – Dan Toler, Dickey Betts
Written-By – Gregg Allman
6The Heat Is On
Written-By – Buddy Yochim, Dickey Betts, Mike Lawler
7Brothers Of The Road
Fiddle – Charlie DanielsWritten-By – Dickey Betts, Jim Goff
8Two Rights
Written-By – Dickey Betts, Johnny Cobb, Mike Lawler
9I Beg Of You
Written-By – Kelly Owens, Rose Marie McCoy
10Straight From The Heart
Written-By – Dickey Betts, Johnny Cobb


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AL 9564The Allman Brothers Band Brothers Of The Road ‎(LP, Album, Hub)AristaAL 9564US1981
AL 9564The Allman Brothers Band Brothers Of The Road ‎(LP, Album, Club)AristaAL 9564Canada1981
ARS 39125The Allman Brothers Band Brothers Of The Road ‎(LP, Album)AristaARS 39125Italy1981
AL 9564The Allman Brothers Band Brothers Of The Road ‎(LP, Album, Club)AristaAL 9564US1981
ASTJ 112The Allman Brothers Band Brothers Of The Road ‎(LP, Album)AristaASTJ 112South Africa1981


  • Art DirectionDonn Davenport
  • Backing VocalsChip Young, Donna McElroy, Greg Guidry, Jeff Silverman, Jimmy Hall, Joe Pizzulo, Johnny Cobb, Joy Lannon, Keith England, Peter Kingsberry, Randall Hart, Thomas Cain
  • BassDavid Goldflies
  • Congas, Timbales, PercussionMark "Tito" Morris
  • DesignHoward Fritzson
  • DrumsButch Trucks, David "Frankie" Toler
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar"Dangerous" Dan Toler
  • ManagementJohn Scher
  • Mastered ByJeff Sanders
  • Mixed ByBill Drescher
  • Photography ByLarry Naar
  • Piano, Synthesizer, ClavinetMike Lawler
  • ProducerJohn Ryan
  • Recorded ByChip Young, Stan Dacus
  • Typography [Logo]Ray Barber
  • Vocals, Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Acoustic GuitarDickey Betts
  • Vocals, Organ, Acoustic GuitarGregg Allman


No further runout etchings, stamps to derive a pressing plant

Printed inner sleeve with lyrics


  • Barcode: 0 7822-19564-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 A side runnout ): AL 9564 AS X JS XTAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 B side runnout ): AL 9564 BS JS XTAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 A side runnout ): AL 9564 SA-/A JS XTAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 B side runnout ): AL 9564 SB-/A JS XTAL


  • Manufactured By – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Produced For – Chicago Kid Productions
  • Recorded At – Young 'Un Sound, Nashville
  • Mixed At – Sound City Studios
  • Mastered At – Crystal Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Pangola Publishing
  • Published By – Elijah Blue Music
  • Published By – Milene Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Elvis Presley Music
  • Published By – Unichappell Music, Inc.


Brothers of the Road is the eighth studio album, and tenth album overall, by the rock group the Allman Brothers Band. Released in 1981, it is the band's only album without drummer Jai Johanny Johanson and the last album to feature bassist David Goldflies and guitarist Dan Toler and the only album to feature drummer David Toler. The song Straight from the Heart was the group's third, and to date last, Top 40 hit. It was also the first Allman Brothers album to not feature an instrumental song. Back on the Road - The Allman Brothers Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. By the time the 1980s rolled around, the Allman Brothers had endured such a tumultuous ride the decade prior, that almost all of the air was let out of their musical tires by the time Brothers of the Road hit the record stands. Many of the elements of the Allman Brothers' sound remain intact here, but there are several things lacking that make this a less than essential album. Listen album. Blues Rock. The Allman Brothers Band. Songs in album The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers Of The Road 1981. The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers Of The Road. The Allman Brothers Band - Leavin'. The Allman Brothers Band - Straight From The Heart. The Allman Brothers Band - The Judgement. The Allman Brothers Band - Two Rights. The Allman Brothers Band - Never Knew How Much I Needed. The Allman Brothers Band - Things You Used To Do. Album 1981 10 Songs. Rock 1981. Brothers of the Road. Brothers Of The Road LP, Album, Club. AL 9564. The collection of information about your use of the content, and combination with previously collected information, used to measure, understand, and report on your usage of the service. This does not include personalisation, the collection of information about your use of this service to subsequently personalise content andor advertising for you in other contexts, i. on other service, such as websites or apps, over time. Functional Cookies. Shortly after the release of this album, The Allman Brothers Band broke up for the second time in their career. The band ultimately reunited in 1990 to record the album Seven Turns. Brothers of the Road Q&A. Producers John Ryan Producer. More The Allman Brothers Band albums. Hittin the Note. Where It All Begins. Show all albums by The Allman Brothers Band. The Allman Brothers Band already had a long history of tragedy and tribulation, and, sure enough, two LPs and steady roadwork have kept the groups name alive but failed to bring the overwhelming commercial success an outfit with such an illustrious past might have expected. Dashed expectations have been an Allman Brothers constant, from the deaths of guitarist Duane Allman and bassist Berry Oakley to the bands original acrimonious breakup to more recent label and management hassles. Brothers of the Road is a little lacking in personality, too. At its best, it has both the instrumental finesse and soul that have always made the Allman Brothers Band special. The Good & Bad Of 'The Allman Brothers 'Brothers On The Road'. This is the Allman Brothers in concert at the Capitol Theater in the mid-to-early 1980s. Also on the tape is a two-song, 10-minute unplugged session. I found this - maybe because it was different - to be the most interesting segment to watch and hear. Greg Allman just plays and sings by himself on Come and Go Blues. I appreciated his acoustic guitar work on that number. The rest of this is the ordinary Allman Brothers concert, meaning good son