To borrow from Chevy Chase, it's Monday morning and Gregg Allman is still dead. Unfortunately, that's not funny. I could post something from Eat a Peace, sorry, Eat a Peach, or Live at the Fillmore East, and I know every note and vocal inflection from those albums by heart. Gregg kept performing and making great music, though. In 2003, the Allmans released a studio album called Hittin' the Note that was actually pretty damned good, with this one that serves as a fitting tune for today. This isn't the Duane/Dickey/Berry line-up, but as far as I'm concerned, once you lay off the nostalgia and keep an open mind, you'll hear what this line-up had to offer.
By the way, I didn't get around to this earlier, but Oteil Burbridge's other musical mentor, Col. Bruce Hampton also died very recently. I should put something up for that too. You probably haven't heard of the Col., but he was very important for modern improvisational rock.