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As rock-blues legends The Allman Brothers Band wowed more than 10,000 guests over two consecutive nights, and invited both family (Devon Allman's Honeytribe, Vaylor Trucks' Bonobos Convergence) and friends (The Radiators, Keller Williams, and more) to do the same, the JamCam crew captured it all, for a nearly 3-hour look at this 3rd annual celebration of blues, roots and jam. Appropriately book-ending the disc are sizzling versions of the ABB's "Who to Believe" (never before on DVD) and "Desdemona," both showcasing Gregg Allman's strong-as-ever trademark vocals and scorching guitar work courtesy of axe-master Warren Haynes and slide phenom Derek Trucks. Haynes' own bluesy growl is featured here as well, leading the DVD's centerpiece, "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (also never-before on DVD), into a three guitar swamp of sound. Other musical highlights include a pair of full-length, Louisiana-red-hot numbers from New Orleans' own Radiators, a family-style helping of the jazz-come-blues-come-funk sounds of ABB extended family member Oteil (and the Peacemakers) Burbridge, and even an appearance by jam-scene stalwarts Rusted Root, updating their classic "Send Me On My Way." An in-depth look at the Allman-inspired Hittin' the Note Magazine, interviews with ABB offspring (Devon of Gregg/Vaylor of Butch) and a Spirit of The Suwannee River-full of festival "sites and sounds" round out this latest offering from the JamCam catalog.