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Gregg Allman – Come And Go Blues
Recorded Dwell: 12/eleven/1981 – unidentified – ,
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  1. Maybe the first time I have heard this song and I will keep listening to it. On the deepest of levels I believe Gregg and Duane were both "wounded Eagles" which means "a person who has returned to the earth plane – not for themselves and their business because they were already at the top of the spiritual ladder, but to reincarnate to give others a great chance to further develop their own level. Gregg often spoke about 'feeling' Duane with him, especially during anything musical. He was a pretty cosmic person. Still best Rock Blues voice I've ever heard and his songwriting skills and love for his music put him squarely at the top of a pyramid that some people can't even see. I miss you G and instead of it getting easier everyday, the pain and loss seem to only get worse. I'll be seeing you…

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  2. soulful. missing Gregg tonight. kid from the fifties here. Melissa Ward

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  3. I used to have this footage on VHS tape . I picked it up at a record and tape store in Maryland where we were working.. This footage actually was a documentary and they were working on an arrangement and they took a break.. Greg walks over and picks up a guitar and starts picking sorta screws up and starts up again and knocks out this gem.. Thank goodness they were still rolling tape.. Rip Greg we are gonna miss that voice and dem blues..

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  4. Who was the asshole who cut the original version of this? WHY THE FUCK WOULD YOU DO THAT??? PUT. IT. BACK! (Keep this if you must but put the original back for the fans)

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  5. awesome

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  6. Always have to visit….RIP Gregory…you are missed…..

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  7. Jake bug g in concert

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  8. Knocked out, and still good……….

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  9. Hard to believe he was absolutely wasted on heroin during this session. The emotion in his voice says a lot. One of the all-time best and the best white blues singer ever…

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  10. Talented and gorgeous!

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  11. Fuck… this guy was great. I haven't heard a song like this it's been a while…

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  12. I am so in love with this man, and especially this performance. What a loss! I almost feel like a family member has died. Two weeks later and I'm still watching this video constantly! I agree with what another poster said about how his mistakes are better than anything Florida-Georgia Line has ever done. He had IT, and he had it in spades.

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  13. RIP Gregg….

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  14. R.I.P.Gregg

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  15. beautiful

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  16. Love love love!!!… RIP Gregg

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  17. That was some pretty effortless, amazing guitar playing. I always just assume him my favorite hammond b3 player but I forget he taught Duane to play guitar. And while he always downplayed his ability there….clearly he was pretty darn brilliant. I will miss him so.

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  18. TALENT OUTSHINES DRUGS

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  19. HOLY SHIT

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  20. This world doesn't seem the same now! But I keep reminding myself that he is in ALL of our souls and hearts now…all that loved him. This gentle man has shaped who I am today and I am forever thankful! RIP Gregory! You are warming my heart as I type….and I know its you sayin "Fuckin "A" brotha!".

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  21. This video is so painful to watch – Greg is high – no shock there, but he brought us so much happiness I wanted to know, for sure he got over his grief over his brother and Barry. This particular video is so raw. Gregg – Thank you for 45+ year of the best singing one could ever hear – thank you for the Allman Brothers and your solo work. You were special.

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  22. fixed out of his mind. It was what it was…still, rest in peace, Gregg…you were one of a kind

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  23. Ya all ready know it's all good

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  24. He sounds a hell of a lot like Ronnie Van Zant

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  25. first time i ever saw gregg allman make a mistake 2:51

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  26. 61 thumbs down?? Okay, you must be looking for
    Justin Bieber then?

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  27. Awesome!!!

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  28. RIP Brother Gregg

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  29. Rest Peaceful…

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  30. Dem heroin eyes

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  31. Gregg Allman : the fans who love him .
    FB page is real good . Post you favorite there .

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  32. RIP Gregg this was and is my favorite song by him. thank you for sharing this. another incredible voice taken too soon 😢. prayers and thoughts to his family and friends.

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  33. Rest Greg Allman. Thank you for all the music you left us…

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  34. im 51 yrs old. i heard the allman brothers my whole life growing up. it wasnt till gregg passed away that i saw his face for the very first time. its true. i feel guilty in a way i cant explain. a confession i guess. rip gregg.

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  35. This is First time I heard it as well. Sweet

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  36. Keep singing, playing, riding…unreal. Seth Allman

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  37. Rest in Peace.

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  38. RIP Gregg. This is really a great folk song. Thanks for posting this.

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  39. breaks my heart so bad to know he's gone. But his music will stay with us as long as we're alive. Rest in Peace

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  40. RIP Great bluesman! Another icon of the golden era of rock and blues has gone up to heaven.
    Keep on jamming with your brother Duane, Gregg!

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  41. The sound quality is amazing and the picture, I wouldn't think this song was from 1981 if I didn't know otherwise

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  42. Well I guess I will pay my respects here . On Greg's other instrument . I wonder if Greg is on the keyboards now and jamming with Duane and Stevie Ray . You know he is !

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  43. ~Feeling it brother! Thank you for your gift and sharing it with the world.~

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