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High Falls - The Allman Brothers Band - Win, Lose Or Draw (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 21, - Record album covers from primarily rock and pop artists from through See more ideas about Album covers, Lp cover, Record album pins.
  2. Allman Brothers Band Win Lose Or Draw ( Uk 7-track Digitally Remastered Cd Album - Originally Released In Win Lose Or Draw Includes The Singles Nevertheless & L.
  3. Apr 27,  · On this bad hand of an album, the Allman Brothers proved, if nothing else, they’re lousy poker players. They went all in without so much as a single pair to play, and by so doing lost the big stack of chips they’d won on such legendary LPs as ’s Live at the Fillmore East, ’s Eat a Peach, and ’s Brothers and Sisters. In the words of a certain country .
  4. Alot of his music is no longer acknowledged by the band including great songs like Blue Sky, Rambling Man, etc. However, one song on the Win, Lose or Draw albumn/CD which is just a classic "guitar" jam is the song High Falls. I bought this CD purely for that song alone as to me it defines what Dickey was and for that matter still is/5(81).
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  6. Despite a good cover of Muddy Waters' "Can't Lose What You Never Had" -- highlighted by a great Dickey Betts solo -- the Allman Brothers Band sounds lethargic at times on Win, Lose or Draw, although they still play netbamacosinaroszogafilsapen.coinfo title track and Dickey Betts' instrumental, "High Falls," are among the few highlights, decent but unexceptional performances sparked by Betts' Price: $
  7. Win, Lose or Draw is the fifth studio album by The Allman Brothers Band. Produced by Johnny Sandlin and the band themselves, the album was released in August The band had previously released their fourth record, Brothers and Sisters, in .
  8. After releasing five consecutive classic albums in a row, the Allman Brothers Band took two years to release the Win, Lose, or Draw album. This is a very unfocused release with few memorable songs. The band was going through some turmoil at the time and it Reviews:
  9. Sweet Mama () Allman Brothers Band, The Rezension Despite a good cover of Muddy Waters' "Can't Lose What You Never Had" -- highlighted by a great Dickey Betts solo -- the Allman Brothers Band sounds lethargic at times on Win, Lose or Draw.

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