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with The Marshall Tucker Band
Winterland 1973 [no label, 3CD]

Live at the Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA; September 26, 1973. Very good FM broadcast.

The Allman Brothers Band plus support act The Marshall Tucker Band Winterland 1973
Recorded live at Winterland Ballroom (San Francisco, CA), September 26, 1973

Thanks to Drebben for sharing the show on the net.

This set was fan assembled in 2020 from previously released bootlegs.

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Disc 1
The Marshall Tucker Band
Track 101. Hillbilly Band 4:05
Track 102. Another Cruel Love 4:31
Track 103. Take The Highway 8:11
Track 104. Can’t You See 6:29
Track 105. See You Later, I Am Gone 3:28
Track 106. Ramblin’ 5:50
Track 107. Everday (I Have The Blues) 13:59
Track 108. 24 Hours At A Time 8:28
55 mins

Disc 2
The Allman Brothers Band
Track 201. Introduction By Bill Graham 1:24
Track 202. Wasted Words 5:17
Track 203. Done Somebody Wrong 4:02
Track 204. One Way Out 8:44
Track 205. Stormy Monday 8:12
Track 206. Midnight Rider 3:35
Track 207. Ramblin’ Man 7:34
Track 208. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 17:21
Track 209. Statesboro Blues 4:27
Track 210. Come And Go Blues 5:13
66 mins

Disc 3
Track 301. Southbound 6:01
Track 302. Jessica 9:47
Track 303. You Don’t Love Me (Includes Amazing Grace) 10:49
Track 304. Les Brers In A Minor (With Drum Solo) 25:49
Track 305. Blue Sky 4:49
Track 306. Trouble No More 4:47
Track 307. Whipping Post 15:04
78 mins

Gregg Allman - lead vocals, organ, electric piano
Dickey Betts - lead guitar, slide guitar
Lamar Williams - bass
Chuck Leavell - piano
Butch Trucks - drums, percussion
Jai Johanson - drums

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  1. 37 Responses to “THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - WINTERLAND 1973”

  2. Only one way to describe this - epic. Surprised the Allmans have not released this show.

    By Tony Pizza on Oct 27, 2020

  3. Thanks for posting!

    By Tom on Oct 27, 2020

  4. Rumor has it this was a band of Big Uns

    By U L E on Oct 27, 2020

  5. With Gregg being the Biggest Un

    By U L E on Oct 27, 2020

  6. Greg Allman had a big one alright . A real anaconda in his pants . The problem was he was usually so stoned on smack he rarely could use it properly.

    By Pam Des Barris on Oct 27, 2020

  7. In reply to Tony Pizza, this show was released as part of the 4 disc deluxe version of Brothers And Sisters in 2013. Lovely show to have either way.

    By BC Field on Oct 27, 2020

  8. thanks BIGO always welcome to hear the Allman Bros.

    By sluggo on Oct 27, 2020

  9. I’ll second BC Field’s comments. They are discs 3 & 4 of the 4 CD set. And I thought BigO always shat themselves when they upped something which has already got an official release.

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  10. Yes, this show was released officially back in 2013 on the 40th Anniversary edition of Brothers & Sisters. Not sure if the Marshall Tucker show was ever released.

    By Reston on Oct 27, 2020

  11. Another Jew bastard name hijacker above . Get your own name Dic sucker

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  12. I do love the fuckin Allmans though . Just wish D Allman was at this show . He died in 71

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  13. I love dik in my mouth a lot more!!

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  14. I LOVE suckin’ dik!!

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  15. I’m the one who shats himself, Derrick.

    You stupid bastard.

    By HHH on Oct 27, 2020

  16. Tony Pizza-They have. It is available on Amazon.

    By Britinvdon on Oct 27, 2020

  17. The Marshall Tucker set as well.

    By Britinvdon on Oct 27, 2020

  18. Not me above. Morph aches

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  19. The Almonds was never the same after Jim Morrison died . His tambourine and bongo playing gave the brothers their distinctive sound

    By Derrick on Oct 27, 2020

  20. Derrick, HHH and U L E are all the same person. Believe it, bitches.

    By Sherlock on Oct 27, 2020

  21. Thank you Big O Amigos. Statesboro Blues, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed and Whipping Post will definitely help this weekend. Be well and thank you to Terry Beamer for introducing me and the rest of Thompson to the Allman Brothers, way, back, when.

    By James Smith on Oct 27, 2020

  22. Oh Derrick, some of your comments have me in stitches. The latest… “The Almonds” and “Jim Morrison”. And in the same sentence too.

    By HHH on Oct 28, 2020

  23. In fairness, this was a radio broadcast and may have been available through “grey market” releases (Usually called “Transmission Impossible” or having some sort of cheap cover.)The Allmans and MTB likely played several nights at Winterland and this may not have been the night commercially released.

    By Tony Pizza on Oct 28, 2020

  24. Motherfuckin Dic suckin , coon and hi Yeller lovin Jew bastard name hijackers , most of em . Jew Mark and his queer buddies. They all suck big fat elephant coon Dics

    By Derrick on Oct 28, 2020

  25. Face it Derrick , you’re an imbecile . Nothing but a booger-eating troll . Face up to reality , you dipstick :-)

    By HHH on Oct 28, 2020

  26. Not me derrick. It should be obvious who the phonies are . They are trying to be clever now though, by posting an occasional normal music comment tho fool people.

    By HHH on Oct 28, 2020

  27. Triple h I know they think we is stupid . It looks like we done lost DD . He was sick of the bullshit here . Jew Mark must be real proud

    By Derrick on Oct 28, 2020

  28. Hey, victory to me. In your face Derrick, triple H + nelson!!!

    By Mark on Oct 28, 2020

  29. WOW!!!- The ABB and Marshall Tucker at the same show !!! This was their respective heydays and the music proves it !! Thanks a lot !!

    By Bluestime on Oct 28, 2020

  30. so fine two of the best from the south

    By dropkicksarge on Oct 30, 2020

  31. mtb from spartanburg sc local heros,played with the rodies kids as child :)

    By claycorn on Oct 30, 2020

  32. Sick of all the trolls here . Why can’t they be stopped? Where’s the moderation?

    By Ken on Oct 31, 2020

  33. Dosent anyone ever talk music here?

    By Ken on Oct 31, 2020

  34. Their ain’t no moderation on hear Ken. And no one now ever talks music hear either. Perhaps we could hook up like in the old days?

    By Barbie on Oct 31, 2020

  35. Sorry Tony P. but if you check at Amazon the ABB is from 09/26/73.

    By Britinvdon on Nov 1, 2020

  36. I tuned in on this one to fill my tank with some MTBE.

    By Andy T on Nov 10, 2020

  37. Excuse me bigozine guys, but may I ask WHY don’t you just delete the stupidly rude comments some miserable trolls keep on posting all the time ?

    By Τheo on Nov 17, 2020

  38. Theo , these huge nuts bouncing On YOUR CHIN can ever be deleted .

    By Theo MORON on Nov 17, 2020

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