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Last Blast From Gregg Allman
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11 Aug 2017 12:58 PM EST

So close to death was blues rocker Gregg Allman when he was making his final album, the cover photographer did not get to his Savannah, Georgia, house in time. Instead, "Southern Blood", Allman's posthumous paean to his life and music to be released in September, is adorned with a sepia shot of the grounds, a wooden boardwalk heading away under the shade of Spanish Moss. There probably could not be a more appropriate symbol for Allman, who died from cancer in May, aged 69. For his last hurrah, Allman chose a number of songs written by friends and favorite artists including Jackson Browne, Willie Dixon, Jerry Garcia and Lowell George.

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