The Allman Brothers Band - Eat a Peach
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Based on 2 reviews
1972 Ratings: #5 / 93
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Based on 31 ratings
1972 Ratings: #18
February 12, 1972 / Release Date
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Capricorn / Label
Southern Rock / Genres
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"Everytime time I'm in Georgia, I eat a peach for peace" -- A silly Quote from band leader Duane Allman who passed away the year before. This was their first album post-mortem one of the founding members. And one might expect an emotional sobfest in the form of an ode based on that but "Eat a peach" is all but that. It's still a great ode but in the form of a happy summer feelgood album progressing the intention of Duane instead of making it a straight tragedy. And it ... read more
delicious music
fav tracks: ain’t wastin’ time no more, melissa, mountain jam, one way out
rip duane and berry
Ain't Wastin' Time No More - 80
Les Brers in A Minor - 75
Melissa - 90
Mountain Jam - 85
One Way Out - 80
Trouble No More - 75
Stand Back - 75
Blue Sky - 85
Little Martha - 80

Destaques: Melissa, Blue Sky e Mountain Jam
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Track List

  1. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
  2. Les Brers in A Minor
  3. Melissa
  4. Mountain Jam
  5. One Way Out
  6. Trouble No More
  7. Stand Back
  8. Blue Sky
  9. Little Martha
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Added on: June 1, 2013