Earlier this year Gregg Allman’s final album Southern Blood was posthumously released following his death at the age of 69. An interactive 360 video of Allman and his band mates recording a cover of a classic Little Feat song has been made available to view.
Sessions for Southern Blood were held at the renowned FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama where Gregg’s late brother Duane Allman had worked as a session guitarist in the 1960s. The 10-song album produced by Don Was features the Gregg Allman Band covering songs originally written by the likes of Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter, Bob Dylan, Willie Dixon, Jackson Browne, Tim Buckley and others.
A new 360 video was posted capturing the recording of “Willin,’” which was written by Little Feat’s Lowell George. Watch the interactive video here:
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