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The Allman Brothers BandEat A Peach

Label:Capricorn Records – 2CP 0102
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Press, Gatefold
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Blues Rock, Southern Rock

Tracklist

A1Ain't Wastin' Time No More
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, CongasJai Johanny Johanson
Drums, PercussionButch Trucks
Slide Guitar, Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Vocals, Piano, OrganGregg Allman
3:40
A2Les Brers In A Minor
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, CongasJai Johanny Johanson
Drums, Timpani, Gong, VibraphoneButch Trucks
Lead Guitar, Performer [Monkey Skulls]Dicky Betts*
OrganGregg Allman
9:03
A3Melissa
BassBerry Oakley
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, OrganGregg Allman
3:54
BMountain Jam
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, TimpaniButch Trucks
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
OrganGregg Allman
Slide Guitar, Lead GuitarDuane Allman
19:37
C1One Way Out
BassBerry Oakley
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Slide GuitarDuane Allman
Vocals, Electric PianoGregg Allman
4:58
C2Trouble No More
BassBerry Oakley
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Slide GuitarDuane Allman
Vocals, OrganGregg Allman
3:43
C3Stand Back
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, CongasJai Johanny Johanson
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Slide GuitarDuane Allman
Vocals, Organ, Electric PianoGregg Allman
3:24
C4Blue Sky
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, TambourineButch Trucks
Lead Guitar, Acoustic GuitarDuane Allman
Lead Vocals, Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
Vocals, Organ, Electric PianoGregg Allman
5:09
C5Little Martha
Acoustic GuitarDicky Betts*, Duane Allman
2:07
DMountain Jam Cont'd.
BassBerry Oakley
Drums, TimpaniButch Trucks
Lead GuitarDicky Betts*
OrganGregg Allman
Slide Guitar, Lead GuitarDuane Allman
15:06
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Notes

Includes a two-sided 11"x11" matte-finish color printed insert with details/credits on album tracks.

B, C1, C2, D: Recorded live at Fillmore East, N.Y., N.Y. Remote recording by Location Recorders.
A1-A3, C3-C5: Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL.

Unlike other versions, this one omits Duane Allman in the songwriter credits on side D.

The pressing featuring -1A and -1B stampers in the run out groove is from Columbia Records' Santa Maria plant. The faint "S 1" can be seen before the matrix etchings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): S40127
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): S40128
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): S40129
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): S40130
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched ): S 1 2CP-102 40127-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched ): S 1 2CP-102 40128-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, runout, etched ): S 1 2CP-102 40129-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, runout, etched): S 1 2CP-102 40130-1A

Other Versions (5 of 199)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records67501, 67 501France1972
Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold Sleeve)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records, SatbelCND 25010, 2CP 0102South Africa1972
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Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Capricorn RecordsK 67501UK1972
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Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Club Edition, Gatefold)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records, Capricorn RecordsSTBO-94379, 2CP 0102 , 94379US1972
New Submission
Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Textured)Warner Bros. RecordsP-5047~8WJapan1972

Reviews

  • naosella's avatar
    naosella
    This is the best release of this pressing IMO. Detailed sound stretched over 2 LP's.
    • nopussyfooting's avatar
      Has anyone seen a copy of this with a clean cover?? I've only ever seen it covered in mold lol. I tossed my cover but kept the records. Sounds so warm after not listening for 6 years or so.
      • tophping's avatar
        tophping
        My copy seems to be of this version with variant in runout but with D.Allman writing credit on side D.I bought my copy in Australia in the early 1970's
        • caldavv's avatar
          caldavv
          Anyone know what the best sounding release of this is?