Brothers and Sisters is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Allman Brothers Band. Co-produced by Johnny Sandlin and the band, the album was released in August 1973 in the United States by Capricorn Records. Following the death of group leader Duane Allman in 1971, the Allman Brothers Band released Eat a Peach (1972), a hybrid studio/live album that became their biggest yet. Afterwards, the group purchased a farm in Juliette, Georgia, to become a "group hangout".
The Allman Bothers Band - Brothers And Sisters. Wasted Words Ramblin' Man Come and Go Blues Jelly Jelly Southbound Jessica Pony Boy. By the time they released Brothers And Sisters in 1973, The Allman Brothers Band had already lost lead guitarist Duane Allman in a motorbike accident, and had established themselves as the premier jam band with 1971’s epic Live At Filmore East. The band regrouped with a new line-up to record Brothers And Sisters a well-crafted album glistening with warm, mid-70s production. The songs stand up to this day, although the country influences were beginning to outweigh the blues, and it can't have helped that during the making of the album, Gregg Allman would sneak away to a neighbouring studio to work on a batch of songs that didn’t quite fit the band. The result, Laid Back, was Gregg’s private eulogy for Duane.
Brothers And Sisters (Remastered). Producer – Johnny Sandlin (tracks: CD1), The Allman Brothers Band (tracks: CD1). Production Manager – Beth Stempel.
The seven-song 1973 Allman Brothers Band 'Brothers and Sisters' album is the focus of a new box set set to hit stores this summer. This was the first complete album the Allman Brothers Band recorded after the death of guitarist Duane Allman and bassist Berry Oakley, although Oakley appears on the first three songs ('Wasted Words,' 'Ramblin' Man' and 'Come and Go Blues'). Chuck Leavell and Lamar Williams made their debut with the group on 'Brothers and Sisters. Next: Top 10 Allman Brothers Songs. Filed Under: Allman Brothers Band.