Video: Remembering Duane Allman

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Duane Allman died 38 years ago today. I thought we’d post a few videos in remembrance:

1970 Allman brothers Duane on guitar [YouTube]

The Allman Brothers Band with Duane – Dreams – Fillmore East – 09/23/1970 [YouTube]

…and still one of my favorites because his guitar-playing during the song’s outro:

Derek & The Dominos – Layla (Studio Version) [YouTube]

  • EJ

    Thanks for sharing the vids, Whitperson. I’ve been into the classic ABB for some time, now.

    R.I.P. Duane.

  • EJ

    Thanks for sharing the vids, Whitperson. I’ve been into the classic ABB for some time, now.

    R.I.P. Duane.

  • EJ

    Thanks for sharing the vids, Whitperson. I’ve been into the classic ABB for some time, now.

    R.I.P. Duane.

  • EJ

    Thanks for sharing the vids, Whitperson. I’ve been into the classic ABB for some time, now.

    R.I.P. Duane.

  • whitperson

    EJ,

    thanks for the thank you. we really need to do these kinds of posts more often. as much as I am into current live music, you just can’t ignore the power and beauty of the classics.

    Unfortunately, the videos just don’t do him justice. Gotta listen to the soundboards from the classic live sets. “Live at the Fillmore East” is still one of my favorite live albums of all time. The “Mountain Jam” from that album opened my eyes (and ears!) to so many possibilities. For me, it was a game-changer. RIP Duane is right.

  • whitperson

    EJ,

    thanks for the thank you. we really need to do these kinds of posts more often. as much as I am into current live music, you just can’t ignore the power and beauty of the classics.

    Unfortunately, the videos just don’t do him justice. Gotta listen to the soundboards from the classic live sets. “Live at the Fillmore East” is still one of my favorite live albums of all time. The “Mountain Jam” from that album opened my eyes (and ears!) to so many possibilities. For me, it was a game-changer. RIP Duane is right.

  • whitperson

    EJ,

    thanks for the thank you. we really need to do these kinds of posts more often. as much as I am into current live music, you just can’t ignore the power and beauty of the classics.

    Unfortunately, the videos just don’t do him justice. Gotta listen to the soundboards from the classic live sets. “Live at the Fillmore East” is still one of my favorite live albums of all time. The “Mountain Jam” from that album opened my eyes (and ears!) to so many possibilities. For me, it was a game-changer. RIP Duane is right.

  • whitperson

    EJ,

    thanks for the thank you. we really need to do these kinds of posts more often. as much as I am into current live music, you just can’t ignore the power and beauty of the classics.

    Unfortunately, the videos just don’t do him justice. Gotta listen to the soundboards from the classic live sets. “Live at the Fillmore East” is still one of my favorite live albums of all time. The “Mountain Jam” from that album opened my eyes (and ears!) to so many possibilities. For me, it was a game-changer. RIP Duane is right.

  • http://www.cortezfishing.com Stu G.

    Just saw the boys last week in Clearwater… Duane & Dickey then… Warren and Derek today… 39 years later and the music is still outstanding!

    RIP Duane

  • http://www.cortezfishing.com Stu G.

    Just saw the boys last week in Clearwater… Duane & Dickey then… Warren and Derek today… 39 years later and the music is still outstanding!

    RIP Duane

  • http://www.cortezfishing.com Stu G.

    Just saw the boys last week in Clearwater… Duane & Dickey then… Warren and Derek today… 39 years later and the music is still outstanding!

    RIP Duane

  • http://www.cortezfishing.com Stu G.

    Just saw the boys last week in Clearwater… Duane & Dickey then… Warren and Derek today… 39 years later and the music is still outstanding!

    RIP Duane