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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:59 am 
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Great music
Who saw them with Duane?


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If anyone here did, it was Gdad. Maybe Blues_Ken?


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never with duane but i recently ran across a great recording of a show that i saw them 7--3-92 at red rocks


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Isn’t this the band the gdad skipped and never got to see?

Or was that someone else?


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i believe it was the ABB


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In the new Eric Clapton doc, There’s some cool behind the scenes footage of Duane Allman in the studio recording Layla. It’s short but it’s in there.

Great doc btw.


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In the new Eric Clapton doc, There’s some cool behind the scenes footage of Duane Allman in the studio recording Layla. It’s short but it’s in there.

Great doc btw.


That sounds proper. Where can I watch?


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If anyone here did, it was Gdad. Maybe Blues_Ken?


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Cool, thanks.

Are there good recordings of ABB in the 70s? At Fillmore East from March of ‘71 is stellar


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Cool, thanks.

Are there good recordings of ABB in the 70s? At Fillmore East from March of ‘71 is stellar


The allmans have put out some of their own shows from the 70s. Ludlow garage. American university. All worth a listen.

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Jeez. I'm an old and my first show was in 1980. Duane era I was in kindergarten/elementary school.

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I’ll check it out trout


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They only played with duane a couple years, right? They were just getting started.


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There is a great recording of the 72 New Years show out there somewhere with jerry in guitar. Maybe 73.

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If anyone here did, it was Gdad.


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First show was in 1996 at the Beacon with Allen Woody, Warren Haynes, etc.

Killer show.

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heard some rumors they are getting back together


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joe_ wrote:
Cool, thanks.

Are there good recordings of ABB in the 70s? At Fillmore East from March of ‘71 is stellar



I have a couple of the archival releases on CD. PM me if you want them.....

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saw my 1st show in 1990..Meatloaf opened for them at MPP :lol:


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My first show would have been late 80s.

Little Feat opened.

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My first Allman Bros show right before I left for my freshman year of college. Phil and Friends co-headlined which that was my first "Dead" type show as well. Susan's band opened.

8/5/01
Allman Brothers
Revival, Statesboro Blues, Don't Keep Me Wonderin', I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man, All Night Train*, Desdemona*, Jessica*, Midnight Rider, Rocking Horse**, Done Somebody Wrong, One Way Out***
E: Mountain Jam
*w/ Chuck Leavell on keys
**w/ Dave Schools on bass
***w/ Jimmy Herring on Guitar, Count M'butu on percussion, Chuck Leavell on keys

Phil and Friends
Jam> Help on the Way> Viola Lee Blues> Mason's Children> Viola Lee Blues> Sugaree> Viola Lee Blues, *Turn on Your Lovelight, Bird Song> China Cat Sunflower> Slipknot!> Franklin's Tower
E: Soulshine> Bid You Goodnight
*with Susan Tedeschi


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My first show would have been late 80s.

Little Feat opened.

That’s cool


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In the new Eric Clapton doc, There’s some cool behind the scenes footage of Duane Allman in the studio recording Layla. It’s short but it’s in there.

Great doc btw.

One of the first "shows" I got when I started trading was the two-disc set of Duane and Eric Clapton jamming in the studio during the Layla sessions. There's some seriously hot fire on those discs.

Might have to give that a spin later today.



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First Allmans show for me was at Great Woods. I think Galactic opened.
It was the day Michael Houser died.
Warren announced it from stage.
Epic Mountain Jam followed.

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I just noticed today that I have this DVD, maybe I’ll watch it


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Don't bother. That's the Allman Brothers Band in name only.

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Don't bother. That's the Allman Brothers Band in name only.

Yeah that whole first "reunion" era from the late 70's/early 80's is the only lineup of ABB that doesn't really do it for me.


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This was my first ABB show....

Thursday, July 1, 1993
Deer Creek Music Center
Noblesville, Indiana

1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Statesboro Blues
3. All Night Train
4. Blue Sky
5. The Same Thing
6. Temptation Is A Gun
7. Nobody Knows
Acoustic:
8. Midnight Rider
9. Seven Turns
10. Come On In My Kitchen
11. Melissa
12. Pony Boy Jam
13. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Electric:
14. Jessica
15. What's Done Is Done
16. Gambler's Roll
17. Southbound
18. Back Where It All Begins
19. Whipping Post
20. One Way Out

I think my favorite ABB shows I ever saw were that weird little window of time after they kicked Dickey out, but before Warren came back into the fold when the guitarists were Herring & Trucks.


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Guilty ....have never....ever...... seen the ABB.

Listened to all of their LP's though!!!!!!!


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This was my first ABB show....

Thursday, July 1, 1993
Deer Creek Music Center
Noblesville, Indiana

1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Statesboro Blues
3. All Night Train
4. Blue Sky
5. The Same Thing
6. Temptation Is A Gun
7. Nobody Knows
Acoustic:
8. Midnight Rider
9. Seven Turns
10. Come On In My Kitchen
11. Melissa
12. Pony Boy Jam
13. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Electric:
14. Jessica
15. What's Done Is Done
16. Gambler's Roll
17. Southbound
18. Back Where It All Begins
19. Whipping Post
20. One Way Out

I think my favorite ABB shows I ever saw were that weird little window of time after they kicked Dickey out, but before Warren came back into the fold when the guitarists were Herring & Trucks.


I saw a couple of those shows. Derek Trucks was still so young.


I’m partial to the lineup the first year I saw them in 1996.


With Warren Haynes and Allen Woody. Back where it all Begins is a solid album too.


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Saw every ABB show at Great Woods from 96 or so to 2000, I think.

IIRC, they played there three times over the summer a month of two apart.


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The 80's were dark times for the ABB. I'm pretty sure I wet myself when I heard Gregg's "I'm No Angel" on the radio for the first time. Wet again when the band got back together in '89.

I don't think I missed many Boston area shows from 1989 until the end. Even in those dark 80's days I'd catch Gregg or Dickey solo whenever I had a chance.

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My first Allman Bros show right before I left for my freshman year of college. Phil and Friends co-headlined which that was my first "Dead" type show as well. Susan's band opened.

8/5/01
Allman Brothers
Revival, Statesboro Blues, Don't Keep Me Wonderin', I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man, All Night Train*, Desdemona*, Jessica*, Midnight Rider, Rocking Horse**, Done Somebody Wrong, One Way Out***
E: Mountain Jam
*w/ Chuck Leavell on keys
**w/ Dave Schools on bass
***w/ Jimmy Herring on Guitar, Count M'butu on percussion, Chuck Leavell on keys


Phil and Friends
Jam> Help on the Way> Viola Lee Blues> Mason's Children> Viola Lee Blues> Sugaree> Viola Lee Blues, *Turn on Your Lovelight, Bird Song> China Cat Sunflower> Slipknot!> Franklin's Tower
E: Soulshine> Bid You Goodnight
*with Susan Tedeschi

Hey, that was my 1st ABB and Dead related show too. Although I was about to be a sophomore in HS.


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First show was 8/1/93 at Great Woods.

Wasn't an ABB fan before that day. Was a big Ozzy fan though, and decided to jump in with friends the day of the show,
after it was announced on the radio that Zakk Wylde was going to be sitting in for Dickey.
Have only seen Phish more than ABB. Never a bad time at their shows.

Still enjoy listening to him shred during Dreams. Too bad Gregg didn't like it! one show and done.



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I was there, heard the news in the lot. I thought the show was ok. Zakk spitting water on the crowd was something you don't see at an ABB show. It was pretty obvious that Warren/Woody/Gregg were not into it...

It was a "lets just get the hell out of town" show. And some mother****er put a dent in my brand new truck.

Not a great day.

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First show was 8/1/93 at Great Woods.
Wasn't an ABB fan before that day. Was a big Ozzy fan though, and decided to jump in with friends the day of the show,
after it was announced on the radio that Zakk Wylde was going to be sitting in for Dickey.
Still enjoy listening to him shred during Dreams.


I love listening to how out there Zakk goes on this show. I've often wondered how many spun out people who didn't know Zakk was playing with ABB that night tried to figure out why the guitar sounded so much more wild during the solos.


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I've often wondered how many spun out people who didn't know Zakk was playing with ABB that night tried to figure out why the guitar sounded so much more Wylde during the solos.


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Don't get me wrong. I enjoy Zakk in Black Label Society, Ozzy & his other projects. Just not a good fit for the ABB.

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There's a good Elizabeth Reed out there with Kimock filling in for Dickey. Can't remember the date, but it's good.


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I've often wondered how many spun out people who didn't know Zakk was playing with ABB that night tried to figure out why the guitar sounded so much more Wylde during the solos.


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joe_ wrote:
Cool, thanks.

Are there good recordings of ABB in the 70s? At Fillmore East from March of ‘71 is stellar



I have a couple of the archival releases on CD. PM me if you want them.....


Sorry man, I am down and out with the sickness and didn't send the discs yet so they will go out Tuesday when I am back at work.

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Forgot to mention that the reason the ABB called on Zakk was because at the time he had an ABB cover band on the side.

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https://www.jambase.com/article/night-zakk-wylde-filled-dickey-betts-allman-brothers-band


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anyone have any shows with Paul Butterfield sitting in? used to have an MSG show with him sitting in. smoked


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