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Eat A Peach
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MP3 Music, October 14, 1997
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Eat A Peach is the third studio album from the Allman Brothers and was originally released in February of 1972. It has been remastered from original analog tapes by Keven Reeves (Brothers And Sisters, The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings) to 192kHz 24-bit audio and then cut on copper plates using Abbey Road Mastering's Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) lathe. This title is being issued on 180g, heavy weight vinyl. The original artwork has been faithfully reproduced as well.
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I've been selective in my SACD purchases, my next is Live at the Fillmore, even though I bought the Deluxe Edition.
For you AAB fans who had the vinyl back then, and can't read the fine print on the CD booklets anymore, take it from a fellow member of the club.....Eat A Peach SACD will make you smile, you'll turn it up a little louder, so much so that your kids will think you are deaf.
Then I bought it in its original CD incarnation. My best friend at first thought that Mountain Jam had been truncated. He thought so because it did not require another disc to contain and fully present the breadth and scope of this opus.
Once again, I have 2 CDs with the entire original on the first disc. The second disc contains all of the concert from which some of the live material originally issued in the other incarnations was derived. This latest version is remastered, expanded, and cost less than the first CD version.
So how does it sound? Same as it ever was, except it is substantially better. Like really good authentic soul food, The Allmans are either an acquired taste or more of a regional favorite than some folks like. So either Caveat Emptor, or Laissez les bons temps rouler.
blues-driven southern rock, instrumental jazz/rock fusion, a touch of country in dickey betts' tune 'blue sky' and the short acoustic guitar instrumental named 'little martha', which is the last tune duane wrote and recorded before his passing....and a nice way to end the album. i'm sorry duane had to leave us, but this album was a great way to go out! again, this is still one of the all-time greatest American rock classics......and the allman brothers band certain earned their title as the godfathers of southern rock with this spectacular album!
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Had this on double album vinyl back in the day.Read more