Today, Gregg Allman’s final album, Southern Blood, was posthumously released. The album was recorded as the iconic Allman Brothers Band co-founder’s health began to decline. Mostly featuring covers that resonated with Allman during this time, a sense of finality permeates Allman’s final album. Coinciding with Southern Blood‘s official release, today, the Gregg Allman camp also released an official music video for one of the songs off the album—a cover of Willie Dixon’s “I Love The Life I Live.” The song itself is a reassurance to fans, with “I Love The Life I Live” confirming that Allman was content with the way his life had gone and that he had enjoyed the ride.

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In the music video for “I Love The Life I Live,” viewers get a glimpse into the recording process for Allman’s final album. Featuring clips of Gregg Allman in the studio as well as older footage from across Allman’s life on the road, the video is a nostalgic glance at the legendary musician’s life. Paired with the song itself and Allman singing “I live the life I love, and I love the life I live,” the video is triumphant, focusing on the high points of Allman’s life and the many people he shared those moments with. You can check out the video for Gregg Allman’s cover of Willie Dixon’s “I Love The Life I Live” below.