℗ 2015 Mercury Records, a Division of UMG Recordings
Released September 18, 1970
Duration 2h 31m 03s
Record Label Island Def Jam
Genre Rock
 

Idlewild South (Deluxe Edition Remastered)

The Allman Brothers Band

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1.1
Revival
The Allman Brothers Band
4:03
1.2
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
The Allman Brothers Band
3:29
1.3
Midnight Rider
The Allman Brothers Band
3:00
1.4
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
The Allman Brothers Band
6:54
1.5
Hoochie Coochie Man
The Allman Brothers Band
4:54
1.6
Please Call Home
The Allman Brothers Band
3:58
1.7
Leave My Blues At Home
The Allman Brothers Band
4:16
1.8
Statesboro Blues (Session Outtake Remix)
The Allman Brothers Band
4:05
1.9
One More Ride (Session Outtake)
The Allman Brothers Band
3:35
1.10
Midnight Rider (Alternate Mix)
The Allman Brothers Band
3:40
1.11
Dreams (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
10:29
1.12
Statesboro Blues (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
8:38
1.13
Trouble No More (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
4:52
1.14
Dimples (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
5:47
1.15
Every Hungry Woman (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
4:22
2.1
I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (Live)
The Allman Brothers Band
9:20
2.2
Hoochie Coochie Man (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
5:25
2.3
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
15:03
2.4
Mountain Jam (Theme From “First There Is A Mountain" / Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
The Allman Brothers Band
45:13
Billboard 200 - #38, 1970 "... the Allman Brothers transmogrified from mere blues-rockers to an assemblage creating an entirely new kind of Southern music." - Rolling Stone "... viewed now as a big bang moment for Southern rock ... heralded the arrival of the figure who would save the Allman Brothers Band ... served as a coming-out party for Dickey Betts ... most of what would soon make the Allman Brothers Band famous was already in place, beginning with the the soaring two-guitar melody lines ..." - UltimateClassicRock.com Idlewild South, the sophomore album from the Allman Brothers, while not a huge success in 1970, is now considered one of the band's best and was included in a Rolling Stone survey as one of the 40 most groundbreaking albums of all time. This 45th anniversary remastered double disc deluxe edition adds a dozen bonus tracks, including several live versions taken from the Live At Ludlow Garage album, remastered for the first time since 1990. Among the live tracks is a previously unreleased rendition of In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed, now making this concert recording complete for the first time.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Island Def Jam Studio Masters

Disc 1, Tracks 1-15; Disc 2, Tracks 1-4 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.42
-0.47 to -0.35
-15.97
-18.10 to -14.85
11
9 to 12
1.1
Revival
-0.35-15.6411
1.2
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
-0.40-15.1010
1.3
Midnight Rider
-0.40-15.2910
1.4
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
-0.37-14.8910
1.5
Hoochie Coochie Man
-0.44-15.6611
1.6
Please Call Home
-0.42-16.9512
1.7
Leave My Blues At Home
-0.41-14.8510
1.8
Statesboro Blues (Session Outtake Remix)
-0.39-16.1811
1.9
One More Ride (Session Outtake)
-0.36-14.9110
1.10
Midnight Rider (Alternate Mix)
-0.39-15.2410
1.11
Dreams (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.46-15.8710
1.12
Statesboro Blues (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.46-16.6611
1.13
Trouble No More (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.45-14.999
1.14
Dimples (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.46-15.9610
1.15
Every Hungry Woman (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.47-16.1211
2.1
I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (Live)
-0.45-18.1012
2.2
Hoochie Coochie Man (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.46-16.4010
2.3
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.47-16.7011
2.4
Mountain Jam (Theme From “First There Is A Mountain" / Live At Ludlow Garage/1970)
-0.43-18.0012

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