℗ 2003 Peach Records Associates
Released June 15, 2018
Duration 1h 19m 01s
Genre Rock (Classic Rock)
 

Cream of the Crop 2003, Vol. 2 (Live)

Allman Brothers Band

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1.1
Trouble No More (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
3:33
1.2
Midnight Rider (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
3:19
1.3
You Don't Love Me (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
9:46
1.4
Who to Believe (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
7:05
1.5
Stormy Monday (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
11:23
1.6
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
10:30
1.7
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
Allman Brothers Band
33:25
"The Allman Brothers Band only recorded one studio album, 2003's Hittin' the Note, during their final lineup’s 13-year run. That's a shame for many reasons, not least of which is that, as their new archival release Cream of the Crop 2003 quickly demonstrates, the group came alive when they had some new material.... Avoiding any song repeats, the collection has the flow of a show, thanks to excellent selection and sequencing by supervising producer Warren Haynes." - Relix Magazine The Allman Brothers Band present Cream of the Crop 2003, Vol. 2, the second disc in their series recorded from July 25 to August 10, 2003 at six different concert venues. Cream of the Crop 2003 features the 2001 to 2014 lineup of the Allman Brother Band – Gregg Allman on keyboards and vocals, Warren Haynes on guitar and vocals, Derek Trucks on guitar, Oteil Burbridge on bass, Butch Trucks on drums, Jai Johanny Johanson on drums, and Marc Quiñones on percussion.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Peach Records Associates Studio Masters
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LUFS
(integrated)
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-0.79 to -0.56
-16.20
-18.78 to -15.08
-13.09
-14.90 to -11.90
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1
Trouble No More (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.59-15.08-12.310
2
Midnight Rider (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.56-16.42-13.711
3
You Don't Love Me (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.74-15.33-11.99
4
Who to Believe (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.79-15.43-12.69
5
Stormy Monday (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.75-18.78-14.911
6
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.65-16.27-13.19
7
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Live at Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA, 7/26/2003)
-0.58-16.09-13.19

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