Editors’ Notes The Allman Brothers really look to their influences on these album cuts. On "Please Come Home,” Gregg Allman's pleas channel Otis Redding, in soulful, bluesy tones that drip with emotion. There's an almost Johnny Cash-style chug of a rhythm that propels “Black Hearted Woman” before it turns into a maelstrom of Jimi Hendrix-indebted riffs. And “Back Where It All Begins,” from 1994's album of almost the same name, plays like a tribute to themselves—the earliest incarnation of the band setting the stage for its later lineups—with Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes echoing “Jessica”'s easygoing, sun-dappled beauty.

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