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"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" is a jazz-influenced instrumental song from The Allman Brothers Band that is one of their most well-known pieces.

The original studio recording of "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" is the fourth song on the group's 1970 album "Idlewild South". It is a minor key instrumental song written by guitarist Dickey Betts.

The song is named after a headstone Betts saw at the Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon, Georgia, a place frequented by band members in… read more

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  • Avatar for davidmxdf
    ...amazing jamming.....just amazing.....[2]
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  • Avatar for SSBN623
    so i said to my girlfriend . . don't blow my money . . . she could not respond 'cause she was blowin' the band
  • Avatar for SSBN623
    betts if you ain't up to the task go fuck with my girlfriends G string again !
  • Avatar for SSBN623
    so betts said i don't know how its gonna sound acoustic therefore he was apparently not understandin' the work of masters !
  • Avatar for Otokichi
    Another "blocked from display" song. But who's that rising from her grave?
  • Avatar for TheRealGrog
    Allmans - The ultimate crossover between Southern Rock & Jam Bands. Just openin' up a can of whoop ass all over this one!
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    What a girl Elizabeth Reed must have been, to have inspired this.
  • Avatar for littlelouie1
    Best years from 1967 to 1979 until the LP named Brothers and Sisters. A big lost to the music world when Duane Allman passed away in a motorcycle accident with a fruit truck & that's how they got the name of the double LP Eat A Peach & then a few months later the bass player also dies in a motorcycle accident with a truck. TRAGGIC : ( May they both RIP.

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