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One Way Out, a(nother) live, two-disc, 18-song compilation of the Allman Brothers Band's 2003 stint at New York's fabled Beacon Theatre, points to the fact that, four decades, eight incarnations and more than twenty albums later, the Allmans are still doing their thing. Newer tunes, like "Woman Across the Water" and "Good Morning Little School Girl," are propped up against incendiary staples like "Statesboro Blues," "Ain't Wastin' Time No More," and, of course, "Whippin' Post." Reunited with long-time ABB guitarist Warren Hayes, Gregg Allman continues to front the band's brilliantly violent integration of blues, soul and psychedelia. In no way will this venture compare with the band's 1971 seminal Southern rock album, Live at the Filmore East, but One Way Out at least reconfirms the band's role as standard bearers for the genre.

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  • STATESBORO BLUES
  • DON'T KEEP ME WONDERING
  • MIDNIGHT RIDER
  • ROCKIN' HORSE
  • DESDEMONA
  • TROUBLE NO MORE
  • WASTED WORDS
  • GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL
  • INSTRUMENTAL ILLNESS
  • AIN'T WASTIN' TIME NO MORE - Gregg Allman
  • COME & GO BLUES - Gregg Allman
  • WOMAN ACROSS THE RIVER -
  • OLD BEFORE MY TIME -
  • EVERY HUNGRY WOMAN - Gregg Allman
  • HIGH COST OF LOW LIVING -
  • WORRIED DOWN WITH THE BLUES -
  • DREAMS - Gregg Allman
  • WHIPPIN' POST - Gregg Allman
  • Ain't Wastin' Time No More
  • Come & Go Blues
  • Woman Across The River
  • Old Before My Time
  • Every Hungry Women
  • High Cost Of Living
  • Worried Down With The Blues
  • Dreams
  • Whippin' Post
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