I too am approaching 60, and have been a huge fan of the Allman Brothers, especially Gregg. His vocals spoke pain and sadness justly felt as he lived the life of a broken soul. Please read his book My Cross To Bear. He and Betts did some remarkable songs and boy the live performances were awesome. Betts departure was a blessing for the Allman Brothers. His twangy country influences only went so far. I'm not diminishing his excellent guitar playing, but the heart was Gregg Allman. I recommend the mobile fidelity sacd's highly, especially Brothers & Sisters just released. Soon to be released is the sacd of the ABB Live & Fillmore East by mobile fidelity. Stay tuned Gregg is not done yet. His vocals are still strong and soulfull. His show this past March 14th in Toledo, OH. Was remarkable. At 67 years old he's not giving up what he loves to do, is to bring joy to his fans. That's what keeping him alive!