Just weeks before the Allman Brothers Band return to the Beacon Theatre for their latest residency, Epic / Legacy is set to release an audio document of the group's first extended visit to the venue.

Titled 'Play All Night: Live At The Beacon Theatre 1992,' the double-disc set -- due in stores on Feb. 18 -- collects 16 performances from the Allmans' 10-night run, including a three-song acoustic set that features 'Seven Turns,' 'Midnight Rider' and 'Come on in My Kitchen.' Also making an appearance is an 11-minute version of 'Dreams,' which you can preview below.

"1991-'92 was a period of great creativity for that configuration of the Allman Brothers," recalled guitarist Warren Haynes in a press release announcing the album. "These shows capture a true moment in time for the group. It's cool that the acoustic set is included, because it gives the fans a chance to hear some rare versions of particular songs. All in all, I think 'Play All Night' represents how on fire that band could be on any given night at that point in their history."

'Play All Night: Live at the Beacon Theatre 1992' Track Listing

Disc One
'Intro / Statesboro Blues'
'You Don’t Love Me'
'End of the Line'
'Blue Sky'
'Nobody Knows'
'Low Down, Dirty, and Mean'
'Seven Turns'
'Midnight Rider'
'Come on in My Kitchen'
'Guitar Intro / Hoochie Coochie Man'

Disc Two
'Get on With Your Life'
'In Memory of Elizabeth Reed'
'Whipping Post'

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