Stevens Memorial Library (North Andover)

One way out, the inside history of the Allman Brothers Band, Alan Paul - (hbk.)

Summary
An oral history written with the Allman Brothers Band's participation, filled with original interviews and personal correspondence. This is the most in-depth look ever at an American institution, telling how the band helped redefine rock and roll. Alan Paul has written about The Allman Brothers Band for 25 years, conducting hundreds of interviews, riding the buses with them, attending rehearsals and countless shows. He has interviewed every living band member for this book as well as managers, roadies, and contemporaries. Tracking the band's career from their 1969 formation to today, One Way Out is filled with musical and cultural insights, riveting tales of sometimes violent personality conflicts and betrayals, drug and alcohol use, murder allegations and exoneration, tragic early deaths, road stories, and much more.--From publisher description
Table Of Contents
Beginnings -- Playing in the band -- Georgia on a fast train -- Dreams -- Sidebar : double trouble -- One more try -- Sidebar : Blue suede -- Keep on growing -- Living on the open road -- Live alive -- Push push -- Sweet lullaby -- Mean old world -- Will the circle be unbroken? -- Ain't wasting time no more -- Sidebar : Sweet Melissa -- Drunken hearted boy -- Sidebar : The Big House -- Goin' down the road feeling bad -- Demons -- Mountain jam -- Shine it on -- Sidebar : Southern men -- End of the line -- Sidebar : Organization man -- Can't spend what you ain't got -- It was twenty years ago today -- Revival -- Sidebar : March madness -- Second set -- Stand back -- Sidebar : Kickin' ass -- Lay your burden down -- Walk on gilded splinters -- One more ride -- Sidebar : Younger brother -- Hittin' the note -- The road goes on forever
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
First edition.
Physical Description
xxii, 438 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates, illustrations (some color), 25 cm
Isbn
9781250040497

Library Locations

  • Stevens Memorial Library (North Andover)

    345 Main Street, North Andover, MA, 01845, US
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