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Allman Brothers Band Rattle Through 'One Way Out' Live in 1973

Rockers mark 40th anniversary of 'Brothers and Sisters' with deluxe reissue

The Allman Brothers Band
Laure Vincent Bouleau
June 19, 2013 8:00 AM ET

Brothers and Sisters was a turning point for the Allman Brothers Band as they regrouped after the deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. But the album, along with hit single "Ramblin' Man," would also push the Allman Brothers Band to new heights and wider audiences.

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To mark the 40th anniversary of Brothers and Sisters, the Allman Brothers Band are re-releasing the 1973 record as deluxe two-CD and four-CD sets, with the four-CD set featuring two live discs from Winterland in San Francisco, recorded on September 26th, 1973. The band rattles through this live version of "One Way Out" with a loose, untethered energy and plenty of jam time smack in the middle of the track.

The deluxe re-releases of Brothers and Sisters will be available June 25th. Order the four-disc version here.

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