Album: Eat A Peach (1972)
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  • This was the last studio track recorded with Duane Allman, who died in a motorcycle accident on October 29, 1971. The Eat A Peach album is dedicated to Duane. It was released shortly after his death.
  • Gregg Allman and Berry Oakley wrote this.

Comments: 5

  • Sparky from OzWas it Duane Allman who played Slide guitar on Stand Back ?
  • CoreyMy older brother bought this Album home and I played it on a Technics turn table with JBL speakers after half a joint of the best Columbian Gold and after hearing Stand Back we could not stop dancing
  • Mike from Hotlanta, GeorgiaGreat bass line by Mr. Berry Oakley...!
    I forever will remember Duane introducing a song onstage by saying, "Here's a little old number from our first album.....Berry starts her off........(whipping post...?) faint yell from audience ........yeah, you guessed it...."
  • Anthony from Bayonne, New JerseyIn my humble opinion one of the greatest slide guitarist to come along.
  • Vince from Lantana, FlWow what a powerful tune .......Classic Allman Bros.,,,,Rock on,,,,,,Vinny
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