Black-Hearted Woman

Album: The Allman Brothers Band (1969)
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  • Running to 5 minutes 20 seconds, the third song on The Allman Brothers Band's eponymous debut album was written by Gregg Allman and is said to have been inspired by a former lover. It was cut August 5, 1969, and in spite of its tone, Allman not only survived this particular black-hearted woman but married and divorced no fewer than five times in the following two decades.
  • The song was released as a single in March 1970 backed by "Every Hungry Woman." >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2
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