Thread: What Allman Bros/ family band music have you listened to today

fender31 - 1/13/2018 at 01:28 PM

I was listening to 2010 NYC show this morning and The new Govt mule album while working out today, How about yourself?


Jack_Frost - 1/13/2018 at 04:22 PM

Been listening to a copy of my first Gov't Mule show, 8/22/95 at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA today and the past few days (thanks PhotoRon)


DarylM - 1/13/2018 at 10:42 PM


Just received the UK `grey area' 1979 Merriweather Post Pavilion CD - spinning it now. I
can remember taping this live broadcast on cassette from the radio.


BrerRabbit - 1/13/2018 at 11:16 PM

Spun Dreams, Ain't Wastin Time No More, and Wilson Pickett and Duane Allman Hey Jude on the jukebox at the tavern just after midnight. Only 1 credit each - most stuff on there is 2 credits. Dreams always resets the vibe, every time, without fail. Magic sounds.


sealevel - 1/14/2018 at 12:04 AM

Brothers&sisters side1.Hittin the note side1 both vinyl.While i drove to the record store to go shopping Live at the beacon 1992.Since I consider Eric Clapton to be part of the family as well Unplugged,Wheels of Fire and John Mayalls 70th birthday featuring the blues breakers.What a great cd this is.Happy Saturday.


DeadMallard - 1/14/2018 at 06:42 AM

Mule


thresher - 1/14/2018 at 07:59 AM

I always play that Dreams box set and the Duane Anthology. Been delving into Dickeyís solo stuff to see whatís out there. If Clapton is included Iíve been listening albums I didnít exist from Clapton - Apple Music has like fifty. The Backless album and few others Iíve never heard before. Govt Muleís Mighty High album seems to always find its way into the rotation.


harvey - 1/14/2018 at 11:52 PM

Sea Level - 2/7/77 - Ivanhoe Theater - Chicago ...


blackey - 1/15/2018 at 12:55 AM

Been listening to two 1990 ABB shows. July 2 in Atlanta probably my favorite.

The band is high energy and big-time emotion on these shows. Hot...Hot... Don't Want You No More/Cross, Statesboro, Blue Sky, One Way Out and lots of material from their then new album Seven Turns.

Warren, Allen, Gregg, Butch and Jaimoe are really bringing it. Two things that stick out on both shows is Johnny Neal's high energy barrel roll piano playing often sounds misplaced and out of sync with the rest of the band which is very tight. Johnny's harp playing is fine and his lead vocals on The Blues Ain't Nothing are fine and he sounds fine on the album and on Pattern Disruptive so it was surprising. And the Dickey Betts Band and ABB shows I saw with Johnny I remember being very good. Johnny was not rehired by the band when his contact expired at the end of 1990.

The other surprise for me is how Dickey is the hottest musician on stage on several songs. His energy and power, tone and play on Statesboro, Blue Sky, Gamblers Roll etc is stellar.


JimSheridan - 1/15/2018 at 11:31 PM

DTB "Out of the Madness." Kickin Back!!

After some mention of it on this page recently, I also gave Fleetwood Mac "Shrine 69" a spin. Great stuff.


grahambrunsdon - 1/16/2018 at 09:50 PM

The brilliant Southern Blood. Very emotional.


bigCTfan - 1/17/2018 at 12:53 AM

Betts, Hall, Leavell And Trucks - Live At The Coffee Pot 1983



Been streaming this the last couple of days...


Lee - 1/17/2018 at 01:10 PM

Watched the first night of Clapton at The Beacon from 2009. Several of us from here were there both nights (first night was better). The video is so cool because I couldn't see the stuff that is on the footage from my seat.


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