Double LP on 180-gram vinyl. Feeling a fresh wave of vitality, The Allman Brothers Band attacked their greatest hits in 1992 at New York's Beacon Theater. Gregg Allman's voice was in fine form, and the dual guitars of Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes were masterfully unleashed. Legendary axeman Duane Allman still is missed, but this is quite possibly the band's best live recording since his quintessential efforts laid down at the Fillmore East in 1971. Not to be overlooked are the double drumming of Jaimoe and Butch Trucks. With uncanny jazzy sensibilities in their solos and extended jams, it is no wonder that these southern rockers are so popular in Yankee territory. Produced by Warren Haynes, the 10-track double LP sounds remarkable on 180-gram vinyl. Previously only available on DVD, the record set when finally released in 2014 charted at #43 on the Billboard 200!