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Allman Brothers on The Vault – A Little Hippy Dippy … A LOT Cool

“People Can You Feel It … Love Is Everywhere.”  Wow.  Must’ve been 1970.  It was!  The Allman Brothers second album was a big hit thanks to Dickie Betts penchant for penning memorable, commercial tunes – while maintaining that blues rock Allman Brothers magic.  “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” and today’s track “Revival” come from him, and became very famous songs in the band’s repertoire.  5:20pm.  I’ll be feeling your love.  Dig it.

Betts today:

Jayne Tansey-Patron (JTP Photography) dickiebetts.com

Gregg Allman (left) with Derek Trucks, today:

(Photo by Cory Schwartz/Getty Images)

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