Ringing in the new year right!
Listen, I am a long time fan and collector. There is something incorrecthere and I am not sure what it is.
I went ot Knoxville, TN in 1974 to tape a series of shows from Tony Yoken who was instrumental in putting together the second Duan Anthology Album. The show dated 12/31/70 from the Warehouse that I taped then has frequently showed up on bootleg CD’s. The setlist is significantly different from the one listed above. Can anyone explain this?
Trouble No More
Don’t Keep Me Wondrin’
Done Somebody Wrong
One Way Out
Hoochie Coochie Man
You Don’t Love Me (Incomplete)
Mtn Jam (starts at beginning of drum solo, great Will the Circle Be Unbroken by Duane)
I would love to get any tapes of the show of the setlist listed here in ABBase to compare.
The overall effect is like being in the middle of an audience trying to tape the ABB. The performance rates an A+; however, for sound quality and for the era, it would have to be rated as a B+. The absolutely saddest thing is that Mountai
For my money, one of the best shows caught of this band on tape. Wouldn’t recommend to the nitpickers on sound quality, but if you want to hear a performance that actually is “better” than the Fillmore album, this one is it. Duane’s Mtn Jam
This is a killer show, as 99% of Duane shows are. Recently had my tape “cleaned up” with the help of a friend who is into computers- this and a few other Duane shows. Much less hiss, nice levels, all around nicer sounding. At least a B+, ev