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ARTICLE: BLUES DELUXE

Spring 2020

Read "Spring 2020" reviewed by Doug Collette

Blues Deluxe is a regular column comprised of pithy takes on recent blues and roots-music releases of note. It spotlights titles in those genres that might otherwise go unnoticed under the cultural radar. David Clayton-Thomas Say Somethin' Linus Entertainment 2020 Circa “Spinnin' Wheel" plus “And When I Die," ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Younger Brothers: The Allman Joys, Hourglass, Duane & Gregg

Read "Younger Brothers: The Allman Joys, Hourglass, Duane & Gregg" reviewed by Doug Collette

In somewhat belated recognition and celebration of the fifty year anniversary of the formation of the Allman Brothers Band in March of 1969, something of a beehive of activity arose during the first quarter of 2020. Not coincidentally, most of it circles around what used to be one of, if not the most, significant junctures of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Mattison: Afterglow

Read "Afterglow" reviewed by Doug Collette

Through his singing, songwriting and overall stage presence, Mike Mattison has thoroughly distinguished himself in recent years as a member of the Derek Trucks Band and the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. In that same interim, the Minnesota native has also continued to pursue his career as a multi-media artist, maintaining his literary endeavors, plus recording solo as well ...

Fillmore West '71

Label: The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
Released: 2019
Track listing: Disc 1: 1/29/1971 - Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; Midnight Rider; Dreams; You Don’t Love Me; Whipping Post. Disc 2: 1/30/1971Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; Stormy Monday; You Don’t Love Me; Whipping Post. Disc 3: 1/31/1971 Part I - Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; Midnight Rider; Hoochie Coochie Man; Dreams; You Don’t Love Me. Disc 4, 1/31/1971 Part II - Hot ‘Lanta;Whipping Post. Bonus Track: Mountain Jam Live (The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA 3/13/1970).

Bear's Sonic Journals: Fillmore East February 1970 - Deluxe Edition

Label: The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD 1: Compilation Disc - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed; Hoochie Coochie Man; Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Outskirts of Town; Whipping Post; Mountain Jam. CD 2: February 11, 1970 - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed; Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Hoochie Coochie Man; Mountain Jam (Incomplete). February 13, 1970 - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed; Outskirts of Town (Cut); Mountain Jam (Incomplete). CD 3: February 14, 1970 - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed; Hoochie Coochie Man; Outskirts of Town (Incomplete); Whipping Post; Mountain Jam (Incomplete).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gregg Allman: Laid Back Deluxe Edition

Read "Laid Back Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

Gregg Allman's first solo album, Laid Back (Capricorn, 1973), is the ideal candidate for a Deluxe Edition reissue and remaster. Not only is the record an exquisite, one-of-a-kind piece of work in its original form, but the backstory is eminently worth telling as it sheds light not only on the creation of the album itself, but ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEW

The Road Goes on Forever: Fifty Years of The Allman Brothers Band Music (1969-2019)

Read "The Road Goes on Forever: Fifty Years of The Allman Brothers Band Music (1969-2019)" reviewed by Doug Collette

The Road Goes on Forever: Fifty Years of The Allman Brothers Band Music (1969-2019) Michael Buffalo Smith 352 Pages ISBN: # 978-0881467123 Mercer University Press 2019 In approaching Michael Buffalo Smith's book The Road Goes On Forever, it is absolutely essential to take the subtitle literally. In Fifty ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Allman Brothers Band: Fillmore West '71

Read "Fillmore West '71" reviewed by Doug Collette

Like virtually all the previously-releases from The Allman Brothers Band Recording Co., this latest archive release, Fillmore West '71, is a mixed blessing. The four-CD set might better have been graced with the stylized graphics that adorn such titles as Nassau Coliseum: Uniondale, NY 5/1/73 (The Allman Brothers Band Recording Co., 2005) including the caveat about ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dickey Betts: Ramblin' Man: Live at the St. George Theatre

Read "Ramblin' Man: Live at the St. George Theatre" reviewed by Doug Collette

Dickey Betts does not add to his reputation with Ramblin' Man: The Dickey Betts Band Live at the St George Theater. To be fair, he doesn't significantly sully reputation as an icon of Southern rock either, but that's just testament to how firmly established is his position in history as co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band, ...


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