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Interviews

The Allman Brothers Band’s Chuck Leavell Talks “Jessica” 50 Years Later

How The Allman Brothers Answered Tragedy with the World’s Happiest Song

Jan 30, 2024

Few songs are such masterpieces of mood as “Jessica,” a seven-minute plus instrumental by The Allman Brothers Band, off their 1973 album Brothers and Sisters. A pure sonic sunrise, raw dopamine molded into black vinyl, the track is classic rock’s answer to the “Ode to Joy”; it dares you to not smile, and wordlessly insists that life is good—even if only because of music like this. More


Reviews

Jan 18, 2024

This 1972 show comes only five short months after Duane Allman’s untimely passing and presents Allman Brothers Band in resilient, jam-filled fashion. More

May 30, 2023

With this recording of The Allman Brothers Band at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh on 1/17/71, those involved with the band’s legacy continue their fantastic job at preserving ABB live shows with spectacular sound and precision. More