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Duane Allman of The Allman Brothers Band lived to play music. A new box set, Skydog, collects the work he produced before his death in 1971. John Gellman/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Galadrielle Allman On Her Father's Work In 'Skydog'

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A new box set, Skydog, collects the body of work Duane Allman produced before his death in 1971.

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Duane Allman: Guitar Playing That 'Gets Inside Of You'

Although he died at the young age of 24, Allman produced a legendary breadth of work. A new box set compiled by his daughter chronicles his career.

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Warren Haynes: A Rocker Gets Some 'Me' Time

The celebrated guitarist and songwriter, known for his work with The Allman Brothers Band, The Dead and Gov't Mule, discusses his first solo album in 19 years.

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