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October 22, 2011

The Allman Brothers Band - Revival (1970)

Formed in 1969 by brothers Duane and Gregg, this band was essential in the development of southern rock. They gathered a large following with their first two albums, but their third album, At Fillmore East, was and still is their best seller. Three months after its release, in 1971, Duane Allman died in a motorcycle accident. He’s widely considered to be "top ten" material in the category of “greatest guitarist ever”. The band called it quits in 1976, but has revived twice since.

This song comes from their second album, Idlewind South. It isn’t as well known as their bigger hits, “Mightnight Rider” or “Ramblin’ Man,” but it still might be recognizable to you. The first minute and a half is instrumental; enjoy!

The Allman Brothers Band - Revival

The Allman Brothers Band - Revival (1970)

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Lyrics:

People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you hear it?
A song is in the air

We're in a revolution
Oh, you know we're right
Everyone is singing
There'll be no one to fight

People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
People can you feel it?
Love is everywhere
Love is everywhere
Love is everywhere
Love is everywhere

(Love is everywhere)
(Love is everywhere)
(Love is everywhere)
(Love is everywhere)

(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)
(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)

Oh, it's everywhere
(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)
Love is here, yes

(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)
(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)

Oh, it's everywhere
Oh it’s here

(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)
(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)
(People can you feel it?)
(Love is everywhere)

Oh, yeah!

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