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The Allman Brothers Band Signed 14x11 Photograph - Train Tracks
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The Allman Brothers Band Signed 14x11 Photograph - Train Tracks

$799.00

14" x 11" B&W photograph of The Allman Brothers, autographed in black marker by all four members... Butch Trucks, Dickey Betts, Gregg Allman, and Jaimoe.

All four signatures are placed nicely across the top of the image.

Sold with Certificates of Authenticity from both The Autograph Source (Lifetime Guarantee) and independent third-party authenticator PSA/DNA.

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This photo is from the brothers first photo shoot for the Allman Brothers 1969 debut album "The Allman Brothers Band". ------- The cover for the album was taken by photographer Stephen Paley. Paley had gotten to know Duane Allman during photo shoots for Atlantic. Paley stayed for "about a week" in Macon with the band, partying with the group. They approached any areas about the town that appeared photogenic, such as "fields, old houses, railroad tracks, [and] the cemetery." The front album cover photo was taken at the entrance of the College House (now owned by Mercer University) next door at 315 College Street. The back cover photo of the album was taken at the Bond Tomb at Rose Hill Cemetery, located at 1091 Riverside Drive in Macon.

 

 

 

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