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Performer: Duane & Greg Allman
Genre: Rock / Blues
Album: Duane & Greg Allman
Released: 1972
Style: Blues Rock, Southern Rock, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1937 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1529 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1585 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 148
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Morning Dew
Songwriter – B. Dobson*, T. Rose*
3:45
A2 God Rest His Soul
Songwriter – S. Alaimo*
3:55
A3 Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
Songwriter – Jimmie Cox*
4:32
A4 Come Down And Get Me
Songwriter – Ray Gerald
3:40
A5 Melissa
Songwriter – G. Allman*, S. Alaimo*
3:15
B1 I'll Change For You
Songwriter – D. Brown*
2:57
B2 Back Down Home With You
Songwriter – D. Brown*
2:25
B3 Well I Know Too Well
Songwriter – S. Alaimo*
2:15
B4 In The Morning When I'm Real
Songwriter – R. Puccetti*
2:40

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – TK Studios
  • Published By – Nina Music
  • Published By – Sherlyn
  • Published By – Pickwick

Credits

  • Bass – David Brown
  • Design [Album] – Drago*
  • Drums – Butch Trucks
  • Featuring – The 31st Of February
  • Guitar – Duane Allman
  • Producer – Steve Alaimo
  • Vocals, Guitar – Gregg Allman, Scott Boyer

Notes

Unreleased Demo Recordings for The Band "31st Of February", On Which Gregg and Duane Played As Studio Musicians. Sessions Recorded In September, 1968. Includes An Early Version of "Melissa"

Recorded at TK Studios in Hialeah, FL.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A1, A2, A4 to B4): BMI
  • Rights Society (A3): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): BOLD-12001-A- MR
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): BOLD-12002-B MR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MPF 1068 Duane & Greg Allman Duane & Greg Allman ‎(LP) Polydor MPF 1068 Japan Unknown
2310 235 Duane Allman & Greg Allman* Duane Allman & Greg Allman* - Duane & Greg Allman ‎(LP) Polydor 2310 235 Australia Unknown
2310 235 Duane Allman & Gregg Allman Duane Allman & Gregg Allman - Duane & Greg Allman ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 2310 235 Germany 1972
2482 399 Duane & Greg Allman Duane & Greg Allman ‎(LP) Polydor 2482 399 Italy Unknown
2486 203 Duane & Gregg Allman* Duane & Gregg Allman ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 2486 203 Germany Unknown

BoberMod
Great music! Murky recording. If only that could somehow be changed...

Cordaron
Picked this new from the rack in 1972. Having owned and digested IdlewildSouth and Eat a Peach I had to have this. All these years and all over the country this is by my side. To me, Gregs finest ever Blues track, "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out." Both of the other two albums have been absconded. I still have this. Playing right now again!!

Obong
Dr. Amigo is spot on. For ABB aficionados, this is a 'must have' record. Great recording.

Raniconne
Duane and younger brother Greg made several tries before finally hitting the big time with their phenomenally successful Allman Brothers Band. This LP represents the last pit stop before that legendary group took shape.On these sessions from 1968, the brothers team for the first time with future ABB drummer Butch Trucks, under the moniker "The 31st of February."Within a few years, they'd be one of the most revered and successful groups of the 70s, and these abandoned tapes would find their way into the hands of cheapo label Bold Records.But despite the low-budget artwork and the cash-in pedegree, it would be a mistake to pass over these recordings, which are excellent in both performance and audio quality.Eight of the nine tracks feature Greg singing lead, and the unmistakable Allman vibe shines through. Among the highlights: A terrific runthrough of Bessie Smith's blues classic "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" and the venerable Bonnie Dobson anthem "Morning Dew." Covered by everyone from Tim Rose and The Grateful Dead to The Jeff Beck Group and Lulu, this version's up there with the best of them.Perhaps of most interest to Allman fans is this early, electric take on the magnificent "Melissa," which they'd re-record years later for their Eat A Peach LP. Years ago, copies of this were common as dirt, and maybe in some quarters still are. But don't be fooled by the quick-buck look of this package. For Allman fans these are essential recordings.

Vetibert
There is an alternate gatefold cover that is supposedly a promo. Will try to post picture.

Malien
This is an alternate cover. Supposedly a promo. Same catalog number.