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    The second album from that band based in Macon. "Midnight Rider" and "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" are deserved classics, but my favorite is the album closer, "Leave My Blues At Home."

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      Allman Brothers Band - Idlewild South (1970) 3. Midnight Rider **** 4. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed ****

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      Idlewild South | The Allman Brothers Band | CD 9627 |

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      Idlewild South [LP] by Allman Brothers Band (Vinyl, Jun-2008, Mobile Fidelity So

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      Allman Brothers Band Idlewild South "...and I got one more silver dollar..."

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      “Idlewild South” (1970, Atco) by The Allman Brothers Band. Their second LP.

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      “Idlewild South” (1970, Atco) by The Allman Brothers Band.

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      Idlewildsouth - The Allman Brothers Band

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