℗ ℗ 1974 UMG Recordings; A Mercury Records release
 

The Gregg Allman Tour (Remastered)

Gregg Allman

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1
Don't Mess Up A Good Thing (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
5:06
2
Queen Of Hearts (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
7:50
3
I Feel So Bad (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
4:44
4
Stand Back (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
3:31
5
Time Will Take Us (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
5:51
6
Where Can You Go? (Live, 1974 / Extended Version)
Gregg Allman
8:11
7
Double Cross (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
4:38
8
Dreams (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
7:28
9
Are You Lonely For Me Baby (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
4:26
10
Turn On Your Love Light (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
10:23
11
Oncoming Traffic (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
5:56
12
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Live, 1974)
Gregg Allman
7:12
Total Playing Time    75:16
Upon release in October 1973, Gregg Allman's seminal solo album Laid Back received positive reviews and peaked at number 13 on Billboard’s Top LPs & Tape chart while “Midnight Rider” became a top 20 hit across North America.

To support the album, Allman embarked on an unprecedented tour accompanied by a 24-piece orchestra comprising members of the New York Philharmonic, which was captured for posterity on 1974’s The Gregg Allman Tour live album.

Recorded over three nights at Carnegie Hall in New York on April 10 & 11, 1974 and at the Capitol Theatre in New Jersey on April 13, 1974, Allman along with members of the band Cowboy (Scott Boyer, Randall Bramblett, David Brown, Chuck Leavell, Bill Stewart, Tommy Talton), and a 24-piece orchestra performed songs from his debut solo album Laid Back alongside several laid-back reworkings of Allman Brothers Band songs like “Stand Back” and “Dreams.”
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Island Def Jam Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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