This song is from the 'Eat a Peach" album and the first song the band did without Duane Allman, who died four months before it was released. The lyrics: "Crossroads, will you ever let him go" is perhaps a reference to Robert Johnson, blues guitarist, who went to a crossroad and solded his soul to the devil.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd - I need you, from the album Second Helping Aint no need to worry Aint no use to cry cause Ill be comin home soon To keep you satisfied You know I get so lonely That I feel I cant go on And it feels so good inside, baby Just to call you on the telephone I said... (chorus) Oh baby, I love you What more can I say Oh baby, I need you I miss you more everyday I woke up early this morning And sun came shining down And it found me wishin and hopin Mama, you could be around Well ,you know that I need you More than the air that I breathe And I guess Im just trying to tell you woman Oh, what you mean to me (chorus) I try to tell you I love you In each and every way Im trying to tell you I need you Much more than a piece of leg (chorus) Oh baby, I love you What more can I say Oh baby I need your sweet lovin I miss you more every day
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Tedeschi Trucks Band performs "Angel From Montgomery" and "Sugaree" at Sunshine Blues Festival in Boca Raton, FL. Susan Tedeschi - guitar/vocals Derek Trucks - guitar Kofi Burbridge - keys/flute Tyler Greenwell - drums George Reiff - bass Mike Mattison - harmony vocals Mark Rivers - harmony vocals
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Music video by The Marshall Tucker Band performing Fire on the Mountain (Audio). (C) 2015 MT Industries Inc Licensed to Marshall Tucker Entertainment Inc. #MarshallTuckerBand #FireOntheMountain #Vevo
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Noticed that the non-live version of this song wasn't on youtube.. Lyrics: I pulled into Nazareth, was feelin' about half past dead I just need some place where I can lay my head "Hey, mister, can you tell me where a man might find a bed?" He just grinned and shook my hand, "no" was all he said Take a load off, Fanny Take a load for free Take a load off, Fanny And (and) (and) you put the load right on me (You put the load right on me) I picked up my bag, I went lookin' for a place to hide When I saw Carmen and the Devil walkin' side by side I said, "Hey, Carmen, come on let's go downtown" She said, "I gotta go but my friend can stick around" Take a load off, Fanny Take a load for free Take a load off, Fanny And (and) (and) you put the load right on me (You put the load right on me) Go down, Miss Moses, there's nothin' you can say It's just ol' Luke and Luke's waitin' on the Judgment Day "Well, Luke, my friend, what about young Anna Lee?" He said, "Do me a favor, son, won't you stay and keep Anna Lee company?" Take a load off, Fanny Take a load for free Take a load off, Fanny And (and) (and) you put the load right on me (You put the load right on me) Crazy Chester followed me and he caught me in the fog He said, "I will fix your rack if you'll take Jack, my dog" I said, "Wait a minute, Chester, you know I'm a peaceful man" He said, "That's okay, boy, won't you feed him when you can" Yeah, take a load off, Fanny Take a load for free Take a load off, Fanny And (and) (and) you put the load right on me (You put the load right on me) Catch a cannon ball now to take me down the line My bag is sinkin' low and I do believe it's time To get back to Miss Fanny, you know she's the only one Who sent me here with her regards for everyone Take a load off, Fanny Take a load for free Take a load off, Fanny And (and) (and) you put the load right on me (You put the load right on me)
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Alvin Lee- gtr, voc; George Harrison- slide gtr; Steve Gould- bass; Tim Hinkley- hammond organ; Alan Young- drums; Steve Grant- keys From the album ‘Keep On Rockin’ (originally ‘NINETEENNINETYFOUR’, 1993) Alvin says… one of my favourite tracks from my album ‘1994’. It has George Harrison on slide guitar and is one of the best solos he ever played. It’s a masterpiece, so sensitive. Hearing George made me play more sensitive too! I’m very proud of this one. It was recently voted one of the best blues songs ever recorded. I’m sure B.B”King wouldn’t agree with that! It’s got a classical style piano played by Steve Grant, and George Harrison plays a slide guitar solo that is one of my all time favourites. He created such a tender, melodic solo and I had been playing kind of angry solos, y’know? After hearing George I had to change my whole approach and started to play much more melodically. As a result, I played a great solo too. George may not have been the most clever and nimble of guitarists, but he didn’t just wiggle his fingers and play a succession of notes, he actually I wrote a tune while doing a solo. He was so eloquent on guitar that he inspired me to play something eloquent too.
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Well this life that I've lead has took me everywhere There ain't no place I ain't never gone But its kind of like the saying that you heard so many times Well there just ain't no plae like home Did you ever see a she-gator protect her young Or a fish in a river swimming free Did you ever see the beauty of the hills of Carolina Or the sweetness of the grass in Tennessee And Lord I can't make any changes All I can do is write 'em in a song I can see the concrete slowly creepin' Lord take me and mine before that comes Do you like to see a mountain stream a-flowin' Do you like to see a youngun with his dog Did you ever stop to think about, well, the air your breathin' Well you better listen to my song And Lord I can't make any changes All I can do is write 'em in a song I can see the concrete slowly creepin' Lord take me and mine before that comes I'm not tryin' to put down no big cities But the things they write about us is just a bore Well you can take a boy out of ol' Dixieland But you'll never take ol' Dixie from a boy And Lord I can't make any changes All I can do is write 'em in a song I can see the concrete slowly creepin' Lord take me and mine before that comes 'Cause I can see the concrete slowly creepin' Lord take me and mine before that comes
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Music video by The Marshall Tucker Band performing Can't You See (Audio). (C) 2015 MT Industries Inc. Under license to Marshall Tucker Entertainment Inc. #TheMarshallTuckerBand #CantYouSee #Vevo
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UP ON CRIPPLE CREEK The Band The Band (1970) When I get off of this mountain, you know where I want to go? Straight down the Mississippi river, to the Gulf of Mexico To Lake Charles, Louisiana, little Bessie, girl that I once knew She told me just to come on by, if there's anything she could do Up on Cripple Creek she sends me If I spring a leak she mends me I don't have to speak, she defends me A drunkard's dream if I ever did see one Good luck had just stung me, to the race track I did go She bet on one horse to win and I bet on another to show The odds were in my favor, I had 'em five to one When that nag to win came around the track, sure enough she had won Up on Cripple Creek she sends me If I spring a leak she mends me I don't have to speak, she defends me A drunkard's dream if I ever did see one I took up all of my winnings, and I gave my little Bessie half And she tore it up and threw it in my face, just for a laugh Now there's one thing in the whole wide world, I sure would like to see That's when that little love of mine, dips her doughnut in my tea Up on Cripple Creek she sends me If I spring a leak she mends me I don't have to speak, she defends me A drunkard's dream if I ever did see one Now me and my mate were back at the shack, we had Spike Jones on the box She said, "I can't take the way he sings, but I love to hear him talk" Now that just gave my heart a throb, to the bottom of my feet And I swore and I took another pull, my Bessie can't be beat Up on Cripple Creek she sends me If I spring a leak she mends me I don't have to speak, she defends me A drunkard's dream if I ever did see one Now there's a flood out in California and up north it's freezing cold And this living on the road is getting pretty old So I guess I'll call up my big mama, tell her I'll be rolling in But you know, deep down, I'm kind of tempted To go and see my Bessie again. Up on Cripple Creek she sends me If I spring a leak she mends me I don't have to speak, she defends me A drunkard's dream if I ever did see one
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The official video of "Drift Away" by Uncle Kracker from the album 'No Stranger to Shame'. Subscribe for more official content from Atlantic Records: https://Atlantic.lnk.to/subscribe Follow Uncle Kracker https://www.unclekracker.com/ https://www.facebook.com/unclekrackerofficial https://twitter.com/unclekracker Follow Atlantic Records https://facebook.com/atlanticrecords https://instagram.com/atlanticrecords https://twitter.com/AtlanticRecords http://atlanticrecords.com The official Atlantic Records YouTube Channel is home to the hottest in hip-hop, rock, pop, R&B, indie, musicals and soundtracks. With over 70 years of global recorded music history, Atlantic Records’ legacy and passion for artistry continues with Top 40 hitmakers like Wiz Khalifa, Sean Paul, Trey Songz, Bruno Mars, Charlie Puth, Janelle Monáe, and B.o.B. Atlantic Records prides itself for working on Motion Picture Soundtracks, such as “The Greatest Showman”, “Suicide Squad” and “The Fate of the Furious.” As well as Musical Soundtracks including “Dear Evan Hansen,” and Grammy and Tony Award Winning “Hamilton”. It is home to world-renowned record labels representing music from every genre, including Asylum, Big Beat, Canvasback, Elektra, Fueled By Ramen, Rhino, Roadrunner, and Sire. Subscribe for the latest official music videos, official audio videos, performances, bts and more from our artists and projects. https://Atlantic.lnk.to/Subscribe #AtlanticRecords #Atlantic #UncleKracker #DriftAway #OfficialVideo #NoStrangertoShame
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Every person has their share of troubles and Gregg was no exception but through his perseverance and vision he channeled them into some of the most memorable music the world will ever hear. Calm the sadness and play the tunes while Duane welcomes him with open arms.
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The Allman Brothers Band Blue Sky (February 12,1972) Eat A Peach LP Eat A Peach For Peace Dickey Betts wrote this about his Native American girlfriend, Sandy "Bluesky" Wabegijig. Walk along the river, sweet lullaby, it just keeps on flowing, It don't worry 'bout where it's going, no, no. Don't fly, mister blue bird, I'm just walking down the road, Early morning sunshine tell me all I need to know You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day. Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way, Turn your love my way, yeah. Good old sunday morning, bells are ringing everywhere. Goin to carolina, it won't be long and I'll be there You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day. Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way, Turn your love my way, yeah, yeah, yeah Gregg Allman - organ, vocals, piano, electric piano, acoustic guitar Duane Allman - (Left Track) slide and lead guitars, acoustic guitar Dicky Betts - (Right Track) slide and lead guitars, vocals, Jai Johanny Johanson - drums, congas Berry Oakley - bass Butch Trucks - drums, percussion, tympani, gong, vibes, tambourine
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The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East - New York, NY More The Allman Brothers Band at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Gregg Allman - organ, vocals Duane Allman - guitar, vocals Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals Berry Oakley - bass, vocals Butch Trucks - drums Jai Johanny Johanson - drums Tom Doucette - harp Summary: On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work. The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new. Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of "Don't Keep Me Wonderin'," which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. "Dreams," which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define "Southern Rock." They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' "In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed." Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of "Whipping Post" that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted. Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.
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From the album Carolina Dreams by The Marshall Tucker Band in 1977. Songs written by Toy Caldwell except I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You by George McCorkle, Tommy Caldwell, and Doug Gray; Life In A Song by George McCorkle and Jerry Eubanks; Never Trust A Stranger by Tommy Caldwell; and Silverado by George McCorkle. Silverado recorded 1981 at Winter Garden Theater Dallas, TX 1. Fly Like An Eagle 2. Heard It In A Love Song 3. I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You 4. Life In A Song 5. Desert Skies 6. Never Trust A Stranger 7. Tell It To The Devil Bonus Track 8. Silverado (Live) Toy Caldwell-Lead guitar, slide guitar, accoustic guitar George McCorkle-rhythm guitar, acoustic, twelve string Tommy Caldwell-bass Jerry Eubanks-flute and saxophone Doug Gray-lead vocals Paul Riddle-drums Guest musicians Charile Daniels-fiddle Paul Hornsby-keyboards Chuck Leavell-piano on Life In A Song Jaimoe-congas Leo LaBranche-horn arrangements Dezso Lakatos-tenor sax as part of the horn section *Note from Ltrainxpress* I do not claim anything by the Marshall Tucker Band I simply want to spread their great music to everyone
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"Jessica" is a rock instrumental written by Dickey Betts, guitarist of The Allman Brothers Band, and Les Dudek, who played with them soon after Duane Allman's death. Jessica was first released on the band's 1973 album Brothers and Sisters, and has subsequently been used in many musical contexts. In January 2006, a Wall Street Journal article referred to the piece as "a true national heirloom." It is widely known as the theme to the BBC Two motoring programme Top Gear and its popular reformatted revival. The piece, along with "Ramblin' Man", is one of the two tracks from the album which marked the beginning of a new era for the Allman Brothers Band following the deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. The song is named for Jessica Betts, the daughter of Dickey Betts and Sandy Bluesky. from the album Brothers and Sisters Released August 1973 Recorded 1972 Genre Southern rock, instrumental rock Length 7:28 Label Capricorn Records Writer(s) Dickey Betts and Les Dudek Producer Johnny Sandlin, The Allman Brothers
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from the album "Against the Wind" - 1980 clips from: - Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) © Krisjair / Laredo / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - Easy Rider (1969) © Columbia Pictures / Pando Company / Raybert Productions - How the West was Won (1962) © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - The Shining (1979) © Warner Bros. / Hawk Films / Peregrine / Producers Circle Fair Use Act - No copyright Infringement Intended. all rights are of their respective owners
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The Allman Brothers Band have been playing "One Way Out" in concert from at least February 1971. A live recording was included on their 1972 album Eat a Peach. This was indeed recorded at the Fillmore East, but unlike the March 1971 live material used on the rest of Eat a Peach and At Fillmore East, "One Way Out" was recorded at the venue's final show on June 27, 1971. There is no "One Way Out" footage at the Fillmore East. So I created a video of this legendary performance from different concerts. Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/diamondsofrock/ The Allman Brothers Band: Duane Allman – lead guitar, slide guitar Gregg Allman – organ, piano, vocals Dickey Betts – lead guitar Berry Oakley – bass guitar Jai Johanny Johanson – drums, congas, timbales Butch Trucks – drums, tympani I DON'T OWN ANYTHING, NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED (C) All rights reserved to the artist and their production company. Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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In memory of Gregory LeNoir Allman. December 8, 1947 - May 27, 2017 This is a video I made for Gregg Allman's birthday in 2006. Thanks to all the good folks at Hittin' the Web. WRITTEN BY JACKSON BROWNE (Last line edited by Gregg Allman). Please visit the Gregg Allman Fans group on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/35760184543
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Link to the picture: http://thingstolookathigh.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/alice-in-wonderland-trippy.png Robert Hunter, wrote this song in 1970 in London in the same afternoon he wrote "Brokedown Palace" and "To Lay Me Down" (reputedly also drinking an entire bottle of retsina in the process). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Like many folk songs, "Ripple" addresses itself as a song and an instrument of the performers' emotional expression. Several lines throughout the song echo the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. Trip hard and good, motherfuckers.
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Watch (please in HD) my Timelapse of New York, USA - wild horses dragged me to this beautiful place :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKxaG2bfUr0 (LYRICS below) Childhood living is easy to do The things you wanted I bought them for you Graceless lady you know who I am You know I can't let you slide through my hands Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses couldn't drag me away I watched you suffer a dull aching pain Now you decided to show me the same No sweeping exits or off stage lines Could make me feel bitter or treat you unkind Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses couldn't drag me away I know I've dreamed you a sin and a lie I have my freedom but I don't have much time Faith has been broken tears must be cried Let's do some living after we die Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses we'll ride them someday Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses we'll ride them someday
Views: 21921626 Bastian Meinhardt