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Another early Jackson Browne song
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Posted: Jun 21, 2021 - 4:05am

 kurtster wrote:
Thanks for finding this.

Saw the 2009 incarnation on the road here in Cleveburg.  Seen some of this with the Clapton parts.  I do remember all the speculation about Clapton joining the band when Duane passed.  It finally happened at the Beacon.  Glad that I lived long enough to know that it happened.

TABB is perhaps my favorite band of all time. Seen them around a dozen times, including once in a bar in Kent, Ohio, the unplugged tour, The Bros and Sis tour with Chuck Leavell and three times with Duane in the early days.  I turned a lot of people onto them over the years.  Seen Clapton almost as many times, too.

Always manage to hear something by them several times a week to this day. I always seem to enjoy whatever I'm doing more when I hear them.

Thanks again for finding this.  This is a keeper.

{#Meditate}

Yer more than welcome, bro!  
Timeless, indeed...    
Only saw them once in Casa Grande, AZ, back in 1991. This incarnation
Unfortunately back then, I was too young and stupid, to realize what greatness was there, right in front of my eyes and ears. 
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What else can ya say?! 

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Posted: Jun 20, 2021 - 8:22pm

 Ohmsen wrote:
For world memory heritage or something other outer-word-ly. Ain't stationing foundations here... nor right or wrong in any 'topics' raised with this... 'cause it's no Duane in there to begin with. 

Or? 

Time goes by for all... yet love conquers all I guess. 


 
Thanks for finding this.

Saw the 2009 incarnation on the road here in Cleveburg.  Seen some of this with the Clapton parts.  I do remember all the speculation about Clapton joining the band when Duane passed.  It finally happened at the Beacon.  Glad that I lived long enough to know that it happened.

TABB is perhaps my favorite band of all time. Seen them around a dozen times, including once in a bar in Kent, Ohio, the unplugged tour, The Bros and Sis tour with Chuck Leavell and three times with Duane in the early days.  I turned a lot of people onto them over the years.  Seen Clapton almost as many times, too.

Always manage to hear something by them several times a week to this day. I always seem to enjoy whatever I'm doing more when I hear them.

Thanks again for finding this.  This is a keeper.

{#Meditate}
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Posted: Jun 20, 2021 - 1:17pm

For world memory heritage or something other outer-word-ly. Ain't stationing foundations here... nor right or wrong in any 'topics' raised with this... 'cause it's no Duane in there to begin with. 

Or? 

Time goes by for all... yet love conquers all I guess. 


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Duane Allman and Dickey Betts are playing the bridge solo on "Blue Sky", with Duane going first and then he switches to Dickey...  Duane recorded on this song shortly before he ate a peach...  incredible music...


 
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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 6:34pm

 sirdroseph wrote:

Yea, I don't either also including Clapton though I do like Molly Hatchet; those 2 guitarist were quite underrated!{#Yes}

 
the best ones are usually from heavy metal or prog

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 6:26pm

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Sorry for dragging this up from umpteen hours ago but...
 
"Southern Rock" isn't my label. Your correlating it with the things you do is your issue not mine. I don't care for ABB or Skynyrd (for the most part) or most of the output from any of the other bands mentioned in this thread including Clapton.
 
Yea, I don't either also including Clapton though I do like Molly Hatchet; those 2 guitarist were quite underrated!{#Yes}
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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 5:56pm

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Since when did geography dictate musical quality????
There was a lot of high quality southern rock created in the 70's. I believe the whole Southern Rock genres perception takes a hit based upon the demographic makeup of the fans; ya know the long sleeved concert shirt wearing, long haired, uneducated, blue collar and usually somewhat bigoted southern white male. Just because a large base of the fans of a genre of music may be somewhat musically ignorant and close minded, it does not preclude that the entire genre has not produced some creative, innovative and technically sound songs and groups such as The Allman Brothers, Lynryd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Elvin Bishop, Marshall Tucker Band, The Outlaws and many, many more. Now, Southern rock is not one of my fav genres (I don't even like the Allman Brothers!{#Eek}) and there was a lot of crap produced as well, but the same could be said of any genre.{#Yes} Oh and BTW, The Allman Brothers most certainly are Southern Rock, to call them anything else would be a misclassification. I have now descended from the soap box and am blending back into the crowd.{#Meditate} 
 
Sorry for dragging this up from umpteen hours ago but...
 
"Southern Rock" isn't my label. Your correlating it with the things you do is your issue not mine. I don't care for ABB or Skynyrd (for the most part) or most of the output from any of the other bands mentioned in this thread including Clapton.

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 4:52pm

 Jimi_the_Saint wrote:
 Berry did die from motorcycle accident that happened very close to where Duane wrecked, though.  Also, I'm pretty sure Duane was still alive for some of the Eat A Peach recording sessions.

 
please click on the hittin the web link

eat a peach 
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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 3:03pm

I truly do not care about my karma at this point - and I hope this spammer has a cerebral hemmorhage right now.

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 1:24pm

 schtan wrote:
·  I heard that Duane Allman was killed on his motorcycle at the intersection of Vineville Ave,Park Ave,and Forest Hill Road.And Berry was killed somewhere near Hillcrest Ave a year later.Is this true? Also,I would like to know if the album,EAT A PEACH,had anything to do with with Duanes death? A friend of mine met Duane twice thru one of Duanes girlfriends and was told that Duane died under a peach tree and made a remark regarding the tree to Berry Oakley at the scene of the accident.This is a very important question to me and my friend that knew Duane for a very short period. 

On October 29, 1971, Duane was leaving a birthday party for Linda Oakley at the Big House in Macon, GA. He swerved to avoid a flatbed truck that had pulled out in front of him from the oncoming lane and his bike went down on him as he tried to avoid the truck. The accident site is near the corner of Hillcrest and Bartlett. He died 2 hours later on the operating table. The rest the information in your question is incorrect. The album name Eat a Peach came from a quote Duane gave during a radio interview. The DJ asked him if he did anything in terms of protest. Duane said, "There ain't no revolution, it's evolution, but every time I'm in Georgia I eat a peach for peace."

hittin'  the web
  Berry did die from motorcycle accident that happened very close to where Duane wrecked, though.  Also, I'm pretty sure Duane was still alive for some of the Eat A Peach recording sessions.


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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 10:16am

duane / coltrane's ' my favorite things '

edit : roio

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 10:02am

 jadewahoo wrote:
Jimi_the_Saint wrote:

See, here's where my opinion differs from so many others.  I don't see the ABB being a Southern Rock band at all.  They're a Blues Rock band to me, and no other "Southern Rock" band had a sound that was even close.  I think of Southern Rock as a particular style/sound.  To me, it sounds like .38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Marshall Tucker, Black Oak Arkansas, and the Kings of the genre - Lynryd Skynyrd.  I dislike pretty much all of that stuff.  It's just not a sound that appeals to me.  ABB, though, are most definitely one of my favorite bands of all time.  I would place them in the same Blues Rock genre with Paul Butterfield, Peter Green, Yardbirds, Johnny Winter, Canned Heat, etc.  In fact, if a legitimate argument can be made that ABB is more closely related to Skynyrd than John Mayall, I'll just piss in my hat, turn over the tables and, then, go quietly.
 
hmmm.... I shall urinate upon your theory.  interesting.
Fixed yer typo...
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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 9:58am

·  I heard that Duane Allman was killed on his motorcycle at the intersection of Vineville Ave,Park Ave,and Forest Hill Road.And Berry was killed somewhere near Hillcrest Ave a year later.Is this true? Also,I would like to know if the album,EAT A PEACH,had anything to do with with Duanes death? A friend of mine met Duane twice thru one of Duanes girlfriends and was told that Duane died under a peach tree and made a remark regarding the tree to Berry Oakley at the scene of the accident.This is a very important question to me and my friend that knew Duane for a very short period. 

On October 29, 1971, Duane was leaving a birthday party for Linda Oakley at the Big House in Macon, GA. He swerved to avoid a flatbed truck that had pulled out in front of him from the oncoming lane and his bike went down on him as he tried to avoid the truck. The accident site is near the corner of Hillcrest and Bartlett. He died 2 hours later on the operating table. The rest the information in your question is incorrect. The album name Eat a Peach came from a quote Duane gave during a radio interview. The DJ asked him if he did anything in terms of protest. Duane said, "There ain't no revolution, it's evolution, but every time I'm in Georgia I eat a peach for peace."

hittin'  the web

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 9:47am

google

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 9:44am

Four decades on, the sound of Kind of Blue is woven so tightly into musical tapestry of the culture that it is difficult to distinguish its traces. It has infiltrated the sound of so many different genres beyond jazz that Herbie Hancock sighs, “Name me some music where you don’t hear echoes of it. I hear it everywhere—it becomes hard to separate the modality that exists in rock ’n’ roll, some of it could be directly from Kind of Blue.” Critic Robert Palmer, who wrote the liner notes to the 1997 CD of Kind of Blue, discovered that very link backstage at the Fillmore East in 1969. “Duane Allman the only ‘rock’ guitarist I had heard up to that point who could solo on a one-chord vamp for as long as half an hour or more, and not only avoid boring you but keep you absolutely riveted…. ‘You know,’ he told me, ‘that kind of playing comes from Miles and Coltrane, and particularly Kind of Blue. I’ve listened to that album so many times that for the past couple of years, I haven’t hardly listened to anything else.’”

miles davis influence on duane 

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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 9:22am

Jimi_the_Saint wrote:

See, here's where my opinion differs from so many others.  I don't see the ABB being a Southern Rock band at all.  They're a Blues Rock band to me, and no other "Southern Rock" band had a sound that was even close.  I think of Southern Rock as a particular style/sound.  To me, it sounds like .38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Marshall Tucker, Black Oak Arkansas, and the Kings of the genre - Lynryd Skynyrd.  I dislike pretty much all of that stuff.  It's just not a sound that appeals to me.  ABB, though, are most definitely one of my favorite bands of all time.  I would place them in the same Blues Rock genre with Paul Butterfield, Peter Green, Yardbirds, Johnny Winter, Canned Heat, etc.  In fact, if a legitimate argument can be made that ABB is more closely related to Skynyrd than John Mayall, I'll just piss in my hat, turn over the tables and, then, go quietly.

 
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hmmm.... I shall ruminate upon your theory.  interesting.
  hmmm.... I shall urinate upon your theory.  interesting.
Fixed yer typo...
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Posted: Oct 31, 2009 - 9:21am

butch trucks interview

We were listening to Miles Davis and John Coltrane.  We all came from different directions but the music was mostly based on blues and rhythm and blues.  We started going into a really complex jazz direction.  We thought it was too complicated for the average kid to really comprehend.  When the Fillmore East album went Gold, you could have knocked us over with a feather.  Nobody expected it. 

 I remember some of those early jams with chill bumps and crying.  It was just tearing our insides out.  We were going to places that we had never been before and playing stuff we didn't know we were capable of playing.  It is the old adage that the sum of the whole is greater than the individual parts. 

Jeb: Last one: You created Southern Rock and then created the whole Jam Band thing.  Who else had started two genres of music? 

Butch: I don't even know what any of that even means.  I know you have to have labels but how in the world you can compare the Allman Brothers with Lynyrd Skynyrd, I don't know.  We are a band from the south that plays rock music, so we are Southern Rock.  We are a band that jams, so call us a Jam Band.  I guess you have to have labels because they are needed.  We are obviously not a punk band and we are damn sure not a rap band.  I like to think that we are just a very loud jazz band-that is a very small genre.  You won't find a lot of those around. 

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