Gregg Allman: 20 Essential Songs

Southern rock pioneer fused country blues with San Francisco-style extended improvisation, creating a template for countless jam bands

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"Good Clean Fun" (1990)

After falling apart again in the 1980s, the Allmans re-formed in 1989 to commemorate their Dreams boxed set. The following year, they made one of their strongest later albums, Seven Turns, with Warren Haynes now occupying the Duane guitar slot alongside Betts. Co-written by Betts and Gregg – the first time they'd penned a song together – "Good Clean Fun" returns the stomp and snarl to their music, and to Gregg's voice.

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