THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND – LIVE IN STONY BROOK, NY, 1970

The Allman Brothers Band – Live at SUNY, Stony Brook, NY– July 26, 1970

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Here’s an excellent set dating back to the Duane-era when the ABB were still opening up for headlining bands at colleges in the Northeast. On this particular evening, the group opened the show for Mountain. No tape exists of their set but after one listen to this, it’s fair to assume the ABB blew them off the stage. The entire set is well played but the highlights are Stormy Monday and a highly exploratory Mountain Jam. Turn this up nice and loud and revel in just how good this band already was in just their first year together.

Click the link above or below to download this folder from Dropbox. Unzip > Import to iTunes > Enjoy!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/id3gdmoyh2ugpvq/1970-07-26%20-%20SUNY%2C%20Stony%20Brook%2C%20NY%20%28Keep%20On%20WOndering%20-%20The%20Godfatherecords%29.zip?dl=0

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2 thoughts on “THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND – LIVE IN STONY BROOK, NY, 1970”

  1. Love your Allman Brothers at SUNY concert. I was 13 years old in 1971 when the Fillmore East album came out and I could not believe the cool mix of dueling guitars and dueling drums, playing the blues as well as rock… And Duane’s slide playing was off the charts. I got my mother to drop me and a friend at the Boston Common for “Concerts on the Common” and for a cheap $2.50, we sat on the ground and heard one of the greatest concerts I ever experienced. As it turned out, Duane passed several months later and I never forgot how lucky I was to have seen him play live. In my mind,only Derek Trucks come close to Duane on slide. Thanks so much for bringing back such great memories. Rob near Boston

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