Allman Brothers Band are focus of 15LP vinyl set

Allman Brothers Band box set

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.

Meanwhile, Gregg Allman has been confirmed for Joe Bonamassa’s cruising festival Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea III.

The event takes place aboard the Norwegian Jade from February 6-10 next year, sailing from Tampa, Florida to Costa Maya, Mexico.

Allman is joined by Bonamassa, Beth Hart, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Anders Osborne and many others. Find out more. The Allmans are cover artists of the latest edition of The Blues, on sale now.

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)

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