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There have been many tales of terror, nervousness, and depression -- as well as raw excitement and anticipation -- since the Allmans went into the studio to make their first album of new material in a decade, and the band's first record ever without guitarist Dickey Betts, who wrote and sang the last of the band's true hits in the 1970s. The result weighs on the latter side of the equation -- nervousness and fear that the old-road dogs didn't have it in them to make new music are completely unfounded. Hittin' the Note is ...

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  1. Firing Line
  2. High Cost of Low Living
  3. Desdemona
  4. Woman Across the River
  5. Old Before My Time
  6. Who to Believe
  7. Maydell
  8. Rockin' Horse
  9. Heart of Stone
  10. Instrumental Illness
  11. Old Friend
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