Yeah, it’s very, very well done and says a lot about the band in a concise way with no words, which I think is pretty cool… One of the most fun things that happened actually was turning the guys onto the Allman Brothers. When we left Beijing on tour, hilarity consistently ensued… The craziest night was probably at a Guitar Allman Brothers Band 50th Anniversary Collection Signature Shirt… We played three places in three nights.. one chain… this one was “private club for successful people.” It was a Tuesday or Weds night and I thought it would be slow, but the place was packed… it was like a Swiss ski chalet…all wood… people kept private bottles of wine and liquor there.. A couple of mobsters types in front were drinking bottles of cognac… and one of them loved us so much..
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He came up on stage and gave me and lit a giant Cuban cigar.. a Russian dancer brought me shots of vodka… the mobster’s molls pulled me into their booth at the end of the night… and grabbed my legs and whispered in my ears, licking them… and all they wanted was to be introduced to my great bassist Zhang Yong. It’s clear that this was THE sound Duane had in his Guitar Allman Brothers Band 50th Anniversary Collection Signature Shirt. But it seems like such a leap in such a short period of time. Do you have any insight into what Duane Jaimoe jammed on in the shoals? Or when BO shows up? I’m struggling to make the connection between Duane in the shoals and the early jams of the abb. It’s clear he had that sound in his head.
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I asked Jaimoe about what they played and he said “blues and more, man. Blues and more.” I think they just jammed. I understand the question but I don’t find it surprising at all. His playing on the Guitar Allman Brothers Band 50th Anniversary Collection Signature Shirt… He was doing a job, rather spectacularly. Duane loved the Dead…they all loved jazz… Dickey and Berry loved the Dead, Airplane, Cream, etc… it was all in the air.. so I think they took those ideas and just ran, all of it infused with blues. I think the r&b and session grounding led to a real discipline and focus on being specific even in what seems like free form jams… Got a follow-up then…I’ve always been intrigued by the statement that the Mountain Jam on Eat a Peach was mediocre.
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