Dreams (The Allman Brothers Band Album)

Dreams (The Allman Brothers Band Album)

Dreams is a 1989 four-disc box set issued by The Allman Brothers Band.

Dreams is a compilation of material taken from not only The Allman Brothers Band, but also from throughout musical careers of the Allmans and the band's other members prior to and following its formation. The set was compiled by Bill Levenson (who had put together the Eric Clapton box set Crossroads the year before) and released to coincide with the band's 1989 reformation.

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Adrian Barber - Producer Alan Facemire - Producer Allman and Woman - Performer Allman Joys - Performer Berry Oakley - Bass, Vocals Bill Levenson - Compilation, Liner Notes Bill Stewart - Drums Bob Keller - Bass, Harmonica, Vocals Bobbye Hall - Percussion Bonnie Bramlett - Vocals Bonnie MacLean - Photography Bruce Waibel - Bass Buck Rambo - Vocals Butch Trucks - Drums, Percussion, Tambourine, Tympani Charles May - Choir, Chorus Charles May Ensemble - Choir, Chorus Chaz Trippy - Percussion Cher - Vocals Chips Moman - Producer Chuck Leavell - Piano, Piano (Electric), Vocals Dallas Smith - Producer Dan Toler - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic) David Brown - Bass David Frankie Toler - Drums, Percussion David Goldflies - Bass David Luell - Horn David Singer - Photography David Toler - Drums, Percussion David Walshaw - Drums, Percussion Dennis Drake - Digital Compilation, Engineer Dickey Betts - Dobro, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Performer, Producer, Slide Guitar, Vocals Dickey Betts Band - Producer Don Johnson - Vocals Don Tanner - Producer Donnie Sharbono - Drums, Percussion Dottie Rambo - Vocals Duane Allman - Dobro, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Performer, Slide Guitar, Vocals Ed Freeman - Arranger, Conductor, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements Elvin Bishop - Guitar, Vocals Fred Tackett - Guitar Great Southern - Performer Greg Calbi - Mastering Gregg Allman - Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, (Rhythm), Organ (Hammond), Performer, Piano, Piano (Electric), Producer, Vocals Gregg Allman Band - Performer Harry Weinger - Editorial Assistant Helene Miles - Vocals Hilda Harris - Vocals Jack Richardson - Producer Jai Johanny Johanson - Conga, Drums Jerry McCoy - Bass Jerry Thompson - Drums, Percussion Jesse Willard Carr - Bass, Vocals Jim Essery - Harmonica John Hughey - Pedal steel guitar John Leslie Hug - Guitar John Meeks - Drums John Ryan - Producer John Swenson - Essay, Liner Notes Johnny Cobb - Keyboards, Piano, Producer Johnny Neel - Keyboards Johnny Sandlin - Bass, Drums, Percussion, Producer Jon Mathias - Producer Ken Tibbets - Bass Kirk West - Associate Producer Lamar Williams - Bass Lenny Waronker - Producer Les Dudek - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic) Maretha Stewart - Vocals Marty Privette - Bass Matt Abts - Drums Maynard Portwood - Drums Michael Bays - Art Direction Michael Klotz - Design Michael Workman - Keyboards Mickey Raphael - Harmonica Mike Lawler - Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Producer Neil Larsen - Keyboards Nick DeCaro - Conductor, String Arrangements Pat Rizzo - Horn Paul Hornsby - Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Vocals Pete Carr - Bass Reba Rambo - Vocals Reese Wynans - Organ Rick Hall - Producer Ricky Hirsch - Guitar Rodney Mills - Producer Russ Titelman - Producer Scott Boyer - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals Second Coming - Performer Stephen Miller - Piano Steve Alaimo - Producer Steve Beckmeier - Guitar Steve Madaio - Horn Steve Miller - Piano Stray Straton - Vocals The 31st Of February - Performer The Allman Brothers Band - Main Performer, Performer, Producer The Hour Glass - Performer Thom Doucette - Harmonica Tim Heding - Keyboards Timothy Eaton - Producer Tom Broome - Keyboards Tom Dowd- Producer Tommy Talton - Guitar (Acoustic) Warren Haynes - Guitar William Perkins - Executive Producer Willie Weeks - Bass The Allman Brothers Band Gregg Allman Butch Trucks Jai Johanny Johanson Warren Haynes Marc Quiñones Oteil Burbridge Derek Trucks Duane Allman Berry Oakley Dickey Betts Chuck Leavell Lamar Williams Dan Toler David Goldflies David "Frankie" Toler Mike Lawler Allen Woody Johnny Neel Jack Pearson Paul Riddle Jimmy Herring Studio and current live albums The Allman Brothers Band Idlewild South At Fillmore East Eat a Peach Brothers and Sisters Win, Lose or Draw Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas Enlightened Rogues Reach for the Sky Brothers of the Road Seven Turns Shades of Two Worlds An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band First Set Where It All Begins An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band 2nd Set Peakin' at the Beacon Hittin' the Note Live at the Beacon Theatre One Way Out Retrospective live albums Live at Ludlow Garage 1970 Fillmore East, February 1970 American University 12/13/70 Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival July 3 5, 1970 S.U.N.Y ... at Stonybrook Stonybrook, NY 9/19/71 Macon City Auditorium 2/11/72 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 5/1/73 Boston Common, 8/17/71 Compilations and box sets Beginnings The Road Goes on Forever Dreams A Decade of Hits 1969–1979 The Essential Allman Brothers Band The Epic Years Gold Original songs "Blue Sky" "Hot 'Lanta" "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" "Jessica" "Little Martha" "Melissa" "Midnight Rider" "Mountain Jam" "Pegasus" "Ramblin' Man" "Soulshine" "Whipping Post" Cover songs "Heart of Stone" "Hoochie Coochie Man" "One Way Out" "Statesboro Blues" "Stormy Monday" "Trouble No More" "You Don't Love Me" Related articles Discography The Allman Joys Capricorn Records Derek and the Dominos Derek Trucks Band Tom Dowd Gov't Mule Gregg Allman Band Sea Level Summer Jam at Watkins Glen The 31st of February BookThe Allman Brothers Band CategoryThe Allman Brothers Band PortalRock music ...

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