A little Sunday Afternoon Jam

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  1. Capt Ray

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    In my opinion, it's just really hard to beat the Allman Brothers Band. Just good rock and blues.
    And I love the sound of two drummers.
     
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    I have seen them several times and what a great show. It's a shame that generation of musicians are all approaching the end of their lives.
     
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    I saw them in Phoenix and someone named Stevie Ray Von open up the show. I am amazed and
    think how are the Allman Bros going to beat that? Well that was the first time and the last to see
    Stevie, but I do remember the ABB playing whipping post for about 25 minutes. WOW just good stuff.
     
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    So true… Many of my fav’s whether American or “British Invasion” types were born in the mid 1940’s. It’s the end of an amazing era music-wise…
     
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    And I don't see much of a replacement these days.
     
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    So true. It doesn't seem like the youth today are as passionate about the songs and their meaning as we were in the old days..maybe it's just me.
     
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    I get together with friends ever Wednesday night and we jam and most of the best songs we play are songs from years back.
    Fishing and playing guitar is what keeps me kicking! :)
     
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    In this solo world, amazing artists are magnified to the status of one trick ponies. This limits artistic interaction, but the soloists make more cash individually (maybe the only way to make it in the post Napster era). The days are gone for an amazing vocalist, amazing DJ/drummer and an amazing lyricist to get together, get a band going, and make the songs happen. An inefficient way to get it done, and a recipe for short lives, these brothers as prime examples. There are still excellent artists out there, they just tend to be soloists, instead of being in a band.
     
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    Joe Bonamassa, Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, SRV among other killer artist.
     
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    Never had the pleasure of catching SRV live, (but have seen his bro Jimmy Vaughn in various line ups). I would add Tab Benoit to the list. One of the best shows I've been to in years. Crowd went crazy... "Too Many Dirty Dishes."
     
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    Almost forgot about Tab Benoit... Sac Au Lait live was amazing, saw him twice when I lived down there
     
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