By: Troy Frisby
To honor the 40th anniversary milestone of the Allman Brothers Band’s chart-topping album Brothers and Sisters, the album is getting a major reissue next month.
Brothers and Sisters marks the group’s studio fifth album, and was recorded in 1973 after the death of former frontman Duane Allman, and reached the top of the Billboard 200 that same year.
The original release of Brothers and Sisters featured seven tracks but is best known for hits such as “Ramblin’ Man” and “Jessica.”
According to The Morton Report, in addition to the much-anticipated LP deluxe reissue, there will also be a single-CD edition, a two-CD deluxe version, and a four-CD “Super Deluxe Edition,” including a rare recording that captures the band's September 1973 concert at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom.
Each of the newly remastered CD editions will be released digitally as well, but at this point, information on most of the bonus content featured on the additional discs has not been released.
The Brothers and Sisters 40th Anniversary reissue will be available on June 25.
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