Following the deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley, the ABB went through a protracted period of turmoil, with personnel changes, breakups, and dissension. The slump ended with the addition of bassist Allen Woody and guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes, giving the band its most talented and stable lineup since its early 1970's heyday. This live album offers superb versions of classics, as well as some more recent material. Of particular note is "End of the Line", which shows the band at its best, from Gregg Allman's excellent vocals, as well as stunning guitar work from the tandem of Haynes and Dickie Betts. There is not a bad cut on the entire album, which proves once and for all that the band is back, and strong as ever. Highly recommended.
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