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One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band (paperback edition)

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But even a cursory glance at the discography included here bespeaks a lack of eloquence and insight wanting with One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band. Kudos to Alan Paul for encouraging a group of often taciturn and not always forthcoming individuals to speak their minds to the degree they do, but, neither he nor they add appreciably their legacy by avoiding a more assiduous effort to investigate the tumultuous events that shortchanged the iconic group right up until they left the stage early in the morning of the anniversary of founder Duane Allman's death.

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