Never Knew How Much I Needed You - the Allman Brothers Band - Of the Road (CD)

Since this was one of a few "Evening with" theater shows, and was to be a two-set show with intermission and no opening act, this gave the band room to stretch and set the tone differently from an amphitheater show. The group kicked things off with rare show-opener "Mountain Jam" and it was evident that the band was firing on all cylinders, right from the jump. When asked when he realized that this performance was something special, Bert Holman, the ABB's manager since , noted, "I was feeling it while they were playing.

Retrieved January 15, Glide Magazine. Retrieved April 4, Brothers of the Road at AllMusic. Retrieved July 17, The Allman Brothers Band. Book Category. Categories : Blues discographies Rock music group discographies Discographies of American artists. Hidden categories: Pages using infobox artist discography with unknown parameters.

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Album: Brothers Of The Road. Time and time again I've felt these wall's of plaster, closing in, And more than once I've felt that lonely lonely feeling, Wondering why and where I've been, Just about the time, I think I can't hold on, You're always there to keep me hanging on and I say, I never knew how much a man needed a woman No I never I never knew how much a boy needed a girl Needed a girl I never knew how much I needed you Day after day I join the rat race, Tryin' to make the most of it, I keep on falling down down the ladder, Still trying to stay on top of it, Just when I was sure, Nothing could get no better, Oh I realize, I still love you more than ever, Chorus Today I watch the sun set on the freeway, strangled on the poison air, But miles beyond, on the other end, I know, you'll always be waiting there, Girl you treat me, with your kindest hand, and in my heart, in my mind, and I'm so glad Chorus.

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Self - Guest. Self - Singer and Musician. Self voice. Related Videos. Edit Did You Know? Personal Quote: There's only one cook in the kitchen, only one chef. I let the soloists do their thing - you've gotta let a man do a solo the way he wants - but as far as picking the tunes and working on the arrangements, I take full responsibility for it.

Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) Lyrics: Time and time again I've felt these walls of plaster closing in / And more than once I've felt that lonely, lonely feeling / Wondering why I ain't where.

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  1. Check out Never Knew How Much (I Needed You) by The Allman Brothers Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  2. The title track is not a classic Dickey Betts cut but most of the Gregg Allman sung cuts are quite good. He still has great voice and it is fine shape here on such cuts as "Never Knew How Much A man needed a Woman", "Maybe we can go back to yesterday" and "Straight from the Heart". This is a CD BETTER THAN ITS REPUTATION/5(12).
  3. rows · The Allman Brothers Band formed in in Macon, Georgia, United States and blended .
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Allman Brothers Band - Brothers Of The Road at Discogs. Complete your The Allman Brothers Band collection.

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