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14CD Live Bundle (Road Trips Volume 1,Merriweather '79, Molly Hatchet,The Southern Rock Chronicles 1.)

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14CD Live Bundle (Road Trips Volume 1,Merriweather '79, Molly Hatchet,The Southern Rock Chronicles 1.)

by The Allman Brothers Band/Southern Rock

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Road Trips Volume 1 (9CD Limited Box)

Limited edition 9CD Box Set featuring FM broadcasts

New series of limited edition live show box sets featuring remastered sound quality from the original FM broadcasts.
Volume 1. featuring three classic shows across nine CD's plus booklet.
Manley Field House, Syracuse, NY April 7th 1972
The Cow Palace, New Years Eve 1973
Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 30th December 1979 WLIR

The Allman Brothers - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia 1979 (CD)

Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland, July 19th 1979
With a long history of shows at Merriweather, this was their first of what would be eighteen shows to date.  The band had been through many changes and this show was a great line-up and a lively performance.  The group had just recently reformed, after splitting apart in 1976 due to drug issues, legal conflicts and numerous tensions between band members. While their recent album, Enlightened Rogues, released in February, was well received, with some great guitar work between Dickey Betts and new addition, Dan Toler, the band was still in serious trouble.
Their record label, Capricorn, collapsed later in the year due to financial issues, and Southern Rock simply was losing popularity amidst the punk and new wave revolution. By 1982, the band would again break up, and stay apart for almost 7 years.
Legendary 70 minute FM broadcast, fully remastered

Molly Hatchet - Louisville ‘79 (CD)

Formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1975 Molly Hatchet cut their first demos in Lynyrd Skynyrd's 8 track recording studio with Ronnie Van Zant due to produce the first album until his tragic death in October '77. 
Turned down by Warner Brothers they were picked up by Epic Records who released their debut album 'Molly Hatchet' in '78 and their best selling album 'Flirtin with Disaster' in '79. 
This FM broadcast from Louisville Gardens, Louisville, Kentucky on the 19th April 1979 sees the band at their strutting, confident, hard rockin, southern boogie best.

Various ArtistsThe Southern Rock Chronicles - Volume One (Live & Rare) (3CD)

A series of 3CD three hour releases specializing in live and rare performances from the cream of southern rock.

Volume One features Grinderswitch live from New York in 1977, Lynyrd Skynrd live in the studio 1993, Blackfoot in 1979, the Outlaws in 1975 and a stunning acoustic performance from Gregg Allman.

Disc 1