More Info on Allman Brothers Band’s Brothers and Sisters Reissue
A few weeks ago we wrote about the forthcoming 40th anniversary reissue of the Allman Brothers Band’s classic album Brothers an Sisters. The official information was released today, and it looks like its going to be a good one. In addition to a remastered vinyl, fans will also be be able to purchase deluxe two-CD and four-CD box sets that include previously unreleased rehearsals, jams and outtakes.
The two-CD edition with feature the a remastered version of the album, plus previously unreleased rehearsals of “Wasted Words,““Trouble No More,” “One Way Out,” “I’m Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town” and “Done Somebody Wrong,” as well as outtakes of the instrumental “Southbound,” “Double Cross” and “Early Morning Blues,” and the brand-new archival find, “A Minor Jam.”
The four-CD set will come with the same material as the two-disc set, plus another two discs devoted to live recordings from the band’s performance at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco on September 26, 1973. The show includes an introduction by Bill Graham and previously unavailable live versions of “Done Somebody Wrong,” “Stormy Monday,” “Midnight Rider,” “Statesboro Blues,” “You Don’t Love Me” (which includes “Amazing Grace”), “Les Brers in A Minor,” “Blue Sky,” “Trouble No More” and “Whipping Post,” along with two Brothers and Sisters tracks, “Come and Go Blues” and “Jessica.”