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One Way Out: The Inside History of The Allman Brothers Band by Alan Paul

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    bookclub thumb squareEach month, our Aux.Out. Book Club reads and discusses either a canonical piece of music writing or something fresh off the presses. This month, we sat down with Alan Paul’s comprehensive oral history One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band. Paul, in his own words, sets out to “disentangle the myths and legends, with the eyes and ears of a journalist, and the heart and soul of a fan.” Read on to see the Book Club’s reaction to One Way Out.

    Book Club Members:
    — Matt Melis, Senior Editor
    — Henry Hauser, Staff Writer
    — Dean Essner, Staff Writer

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