Brothers and Sisters by Mercury

Brothers and Sisters by Mercury
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Brothers and Sisters by Mercury

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Description of Brothers and Sisters by Mercury

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Manufacturer Description

Their only #1 LP, a platinum seller with the Allmans' all-time biggest hit, the #2 smash Ramblin' Man . Dickey Betts-and a country-tinged sound-began asserting themselves here; also: Jessica; Southbound; Wasted Words , and more!

Their first full studio album without guitarist Duane, 1973's Brothers and Sisters doesn't match what came before it but would probably be considered a masterpiece if it came from most other bands. The Allman(s) move away from their rougher blues rock toward a groovier Southern rock, a shift that reflects the increased influence of Dickey Betts and new pianist Chuck Leavell. Betts contributes chestnuts such as "Ramblin' Man," "Southbound," and the classic instrumental "Jessica," plus the acoustic finale "Pony Boy," which showcases his work on Dobro. Gregg's impact is not nearly what it once was, although his "Come and Go Blues" and "Jelly Jelly" hit the mark. Original bassist Berry Oakley passed away during these sessions and is heard on just two cuts. --Marc Greilsamer

Key Product Details

  • Artist: The Allman Brothers Band
  • Genre: Rock