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We want to give our audience musical joy, groove, a lot of output and improvisation.
Our tribute to the Allman Brother's is to spread their musical legacy.
Timeless music in the moment rather than nostalgia.

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QUICK LINKS to CONTENT :

DEMO TRACKS - October 2015 Studio recording of four songs
FIRST GIG - 30th May 2015 Two video clips from our very first gig
FIRST JAM - 22nd September 2013 One song from our first attempt to form a band



DEMO TRACKS - October 2015

Recording of promotion CD made by Mats Wiksborg at Lunds Rocknroll Studio. The four songs representing a little varied selection of repertoire (see also videos from the gig below)..


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Don't Want You No More   /   It Ain't My Cross To Bear

by Davis/Hardin and Gregg Allman from The Allman Brothers Band (1969)

Instrumental version of a Spencer Davies Group song linked to a slow blues with output

Right click to download:    mp3 version (16,2 Mb)    Wave version/CD quality (72 Mb)



Revival

by Dickey Betts from Idlewild South (1970)

A feel-good song with instrumental intro touch of Latin swing in verse and with a little gospel butt in the chorus

Right click to download:    mp3 version (12,3 Mb)    Wave version/CD quality (54 Mb)



Don't Keep Me Wondering

by Gregg Allman from Idlewild South (1970)

Rock with a bit funky beat and bluesy jam outro

Right click to download:    mp3 version (9,7 Mb)    Wave version/CD quality (42,7 Mb)




FIRST GIG - 30th May 2015

After finally got together a rehearsal with our new members Lasse and Anders, we were able to test a couple of songs before an audience already the following weekend. We did a small set at the Cultural Society of Heaven and Earth's first summer concert in the beautiful greenhouse. Here are links to two of the songs:


Revival

by Dickey Betts from Idlewild South (1970)


Whipping Post

by Gregg Allman from The Allman Brothers Band (1969)

FIRST JAM - 22nd September 2013

Simple recording of our first attempt to form a band. The former members Mikael Elofsson (bass), Bengt Wahlgren (organ) and Per Söderhielm (vocal) is heard on this song:


Trouble No More

by McKinley Morganfield from The Allman Brothers Band (1969)