℗ 2016 UMG Recordings; A Mercury Records Release
Released February 12, 1972
Duration 1h 09m 34s
Record Label Island Def Jam
Genre Pop
 

Eat A Peach (Extended)

The Allman Brothers Band

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1.1
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
The Allman Brothers Band
3:40
1.2
Les Brers In A Minor
The Allman Brothers Band
8:59
1.3
Melissa
The Allman Brothers Band
3:54
1.4
Mountain Jam (Theme From "First There Is A Mountain" / Live At The Fillmore East / 1971 / Part 1 Of 2)
The Allman Brothers Band
17:30
1.5
Mountain Jam (Theme From "First There Is A Mountain" / Live At The Fillmore East / 1971 / Part 2 Of 2)
The Allman Brothers Band
16:11
1.6
One Way Out (Live At Fillmore East, June 27, 1971)
The Allman Brothers Band
4:58
1.7
Trouble No More (Live At The Fillmore East, March 12 & 13, 1971)
The Allman Brothers Band
3:42
1.8
Stand Back
The Allman Brothers Band
3:24
1.9
Blue Sky
The Allman Brothers Band
5:09
1.10
Little Martha
The Allman Brothers Band
2:07
Billboard 200 - #4, 1972 "... still the best goddamned band in the land ... I hope the band keeps playing forever ... how many groups can you think of who really make you believe they're playing for the joy of it?" - Rolling Stone "... probably the foundation stone of Southern rock ... a great pioneer for a kind of music which, at its worst, is baccy-chawing good ol’ boy rock and, at its best, is funky soul music ... will always be a memorial to Duane Allman’s fluid, slide-based blues playing ... it’s this brilliance that makes some of the more period moments bearable ... there are also beautiful acoustic moments here ... this is essentially well-played, surprisingly lean bluesy rock ... here you’ll find them at a creative peak ..." - BBC Music After the critical and commercial success of At Filmore East, the Allman Brothers Band was struck by the sudden death of guitarist Duane Allman in 1971. As difficult as it may have been, the group quickly followed up with the million selling Eat A Peach, featuring unreleased material from At Filmore East and studio tracks with and without Duane on guitar and slide. This set of searing southern rock proved that, even without Duane, the Allman Brothers Band was still the most vital outfit in America. "We'd been through hell, but somehow we were rolling bigger than ever ..." - Gregg Allman
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Island Def Jam Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 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
-0.45
-1.78 to -0.30
-16.12
-18.18 to -14.92
11
10 to 12
1
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
-0.30-16.0511
2
Les Brers In A Minor
-0.30-15.9111
3
Melissa
-0.30-16.3711
4
Mountain Jam (Theme From "First There Is A Mountain" / Live At The Fillmore East / 1971 / Part 1 Of 2)
-0.30-16.7412
5
Mountain Jam (Theme From "First There Is A Mountain" / Live At The Fillmore East / 1971 / Part 2 Of 2)
-0.30-15.3010
6
One Way Out (Live At Fillmore East, June 27, 1971)
-0.30-15.9711
7
Trouble No More (Live At The Fillmore East, March 12 & 13, 1971)
-0.30-15.4611
8
Stand Back
-0.30-16.2912
9
Blue Sky
-0.30-14.9210
10
Little Martha
-1.78-18.1811

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