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Tracklist

Ain't Wastin' Time No More3:40
Les Brers In A Minor9:03
Melissa3:54
Mountain Jam19:37
One Way Out4:58
Trouble No More3:43
Stand Back3:24
Blue Sky5:09
Little Martha2:07
Mountain Jam Cont'd.15:06

Credits (18)

Notes

The American rock band The Allman Brothers Band was active in the years 1969–1976, 1978–1982 and 1989–2014.
During this time they released 12 studio albums.
Eat a Peach is the third and a double album, released 1972, containing a mix of live and studio recordings.
Following their artistic and commercial breakthrough with the July 1971 release of the live album The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East, The Allman Brothers Band got to work on their third studio album.

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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Santa Maria Press, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 67501, Capricorn Records – 67 501France1972France1972
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold Sleeve
    Capricorn Records – CND 25010, Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102, Satbel – CND 25010South Africa1972South Africa1972
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – K 67501UK1972UK1972
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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Club Edition, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – STBO-94379, Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102, Capricorn Records – 94379US1972US1972
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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Textured
    Warner Bros. Records – P-5047~8WJapan1972Japan1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Canada1972Canada1972
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Reissue
    Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Canada1972Canada1972
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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, CassetteEat A Peach
    Cassette, Album
    Capricorn Records – CAR J 50102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, CassetteEat A Peach
    Cassette, Album
    Polydor – M5N-2-0102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Terre Haute pressing
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – K 67501UK1972UK1972
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Club Edition, Indianapolis Pressing, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album
    Capricorn Records – 2CP - 0102Australia1972Australia1972
    Recently Edited
    Eat A Peach
    2×LP, Album
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102Philippines1972Philippines1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – CAP 67 501, Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Netherlands1972Netherlands1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
    Warner Bros. Records – 500-9/10Spain1972Spain1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album
    Capricorn Records – CAP 67 501, Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Germany1972Germany1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, 8-Track CartridgeEat A Peach
    8-Track Cartridge, Album, Double Play
    Capricorn Records – 0102, Capricorn Records – J 80102US1972US1972
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    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Warner Bros. Records – WBLP-5.009Brazil1972Brazil1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – K 67501UK1972UK1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Canada1972Canada1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Warner Bros. Records – K67501Italy1972Italy1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Pitman Pressing
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, Reel-To-ReelEat A Peach
    Reel-To-Reel, 7 ½ ips, 4-Track Stereo, 7" Cine Reel, Album, Twin Pack
    Capricorn Records – CST 0102-P-DPUS1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – K 67501UK1972UK1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Quadraphonic
    Capricorn Records – CD4W- 7118Japan1972Japan1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Canada1972Canada1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, Reel-To-ReelEat A Peach
    Reel-To-Reel, 3 ¾ ips, 7 ½ ips, ¼", 4-Track Stereo, 7" Cine Reel, Album, Twin Pack
    Capricorn Records – CST 0102-P-DPUS1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Pitman Pressing
    Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 150.001-2Venezuela1972Venezuela1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, 8-Track CartridgeEat A Peach
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Capricorn Records – 0102, Capricorn Records – CAR J 80102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, 8-Track CartridgeEat A Peach
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Capricorn Records – 0102, Capricorn Records – CAP J8 0102US1972US1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, 8-Track CartridgeEat A Peach
    8-Track Cartridge, Album, Grey
    Capricorn Records – J 80102, Capricorn Records – 0102US1972US1972
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 2CP 0102Australia1972Australia1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Repress
    Capricorn Records – CAP 67 501, Capricorn Records – 2 CP 0102Germany1972Germany1972
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, VinylEat A Peach
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    Capricorn Records – K 67501UK1972UK1972
    New Submission
    Cover of Eat A Peach, 1972, 8-Track CartridgeEat A Peach
    8-Track Cartridge, Album, Red
    Capricorn Records – CAJ 80102US1972US1972
    New Submission

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    Reviews

    • Colinozo's avatar
      Colinozo
      Seems like every record collector on earth has this record, and not a single one has a clean cover XD
      • TastyWavesCoolBuzz's avatar
        This cd actually sounds surprisingly great! I have a marantz cd player and powered JBL studio monitors. No harshness, not compressed. Perhaps a bit muddy, but that is largely consistent with other masterings of this album. Drums and guitar/bass tones come through with clarity and distinction. Many cds I’ve re-listened to lately sound harsh, compressed, and messy, but I wanted to mention this one sounds pretty darn good!
        • nornado's avatar
          nornado
          MADE IN JAPAN ON DISC IS MADE IN JAPAN JAPAN
          • Billy13's avatar
            Billy13
            The majority of the Discogs community does not understand pricing on promo records. No way a VG+ copy of this should be selling for $40, WAY undervalued
            • tvfats's avatar
              tvfats
              Edited one year ago
              Back we go to '72 for this double LP set...Majority of it was recorded at Criteria Sound in Miami...One whole LP side was done LIVE at Filmore East...This is most of their best stuff from their heyday in the early 80's when they exploded on the music scene...You just can't say it isn't "GOOD OLD AMERICAN" rock n' roll...
              • Trev1234EO's avatar
                Trev1234EO
                Sounds brilliant to my ears on my set up .. apart from the few bad reviews it has currently a 93% rating here . Plus the vinyl and packaging looks beautiful
                • BillS100's avatar
                  BillS100
                  Quality control had the day off. Listen to this dull, lifeless recording if you want to hear an example of what can happen to a musical masterpiece when no one cares about the end result.
                  • existential_records's avatar
                    This is an excellent record, and I wanted to make a comment in case anyone else is wondering about this. I think sides three and four are mislabeled, both on this and stock copies. I say this because mountain jam is split between two sides, and I don't think ABB envisioned the album where you would play the first three songs, then play half of mountain jam, then a few more songs, then finish mountain jam. I can't distinguish with certainty if it was originally cut up this way for auto changing record players that were common in those days, but those albums usually have sides one and four on one album and sides two and three on the other. Unless mountain jam was supposed to be the last song on the album, the "changer" explanation doesn't work, and the labels would still be out of order. I think it was just a miscommunication with the art/production department. The track listing for the CD has the complete mountain jam in the middle of the album. On a side note, the paper used for the jackets is *extremely* sensitive and it's almost impossible to find a copy free from wear or seam splits. Lastly, this is not a white label promo. Warner Bros did distribution for Capricorn during this time, and there was a period where WB did not make unique promo labels: the albums only had the pink promo sticker and maybe a hype sticker like this one has. I know of at least three other instances where this is the case for those albums as well.
                    • Legendxez's avatar
                      Legendxez
                      Edited one year ago
                      I have compared this release to my 1972 original and my 2016 Mercury remaster. While the 2016 remaster is just a smidge flat compared to the original (but frankly does justice to it), this 2021 sounds like a bootleg in comparison. Very disappointing release, undoubtedly a CD or even mp3 rip. The high end on the vocals and hi-hats seems to be rolled off in comparison to the depth of the original. I would not spend money on this release, especially if it's your first copy. I will say, the colors pop on the records and the album cover insert are definitely the reason I haven't sold it yet.
                      • volfan615's avatar
                        volfan615
                        Not sure what I expected of this release but somewhat disappointed. Sounds very muddy.

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