The Allman Brothers Band are the focus of a 15-disc vinyl box set featuring nine remastered albums.
The collection, which contains their output from 1969 to 1979, includes an expanded double-disc edition of their self-titled debut, and a triple-volume version of Live At Ludlow Garage 1970, on vinyl for the first time.
They’re to be made available individually with replicated original artwork, and in a limited-edition crate that comes with bonus content including an amplifier-shaped USB stick, posters, magnets, guitar picks, playing cards and more.
The Allman Brothers Band box set is available to US customers only. All versions are released on July 22.
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The Allman Brothers Band box set contents
The Allman Brothers Band (2LP)
Idlewild South (1LP)
At Fillmore East (2LP)
Eat A Peach (2LP)
Brothers And Sisters (1LP)
Win, Lose or Draw (1LP)
Wipe The Windows, Check The Oil, Dollar Gas (2LP)
Enlightened Rogues (1LP),
Live At Ludlow Garage: 1970 (3LP)