Recorded before a small (and very lucky) audience on August 26th,1971 at A & R Studios in N.Y. and broadcast by WPLJ-FM, this is the last ABB's live performance featuring Duane Allman, and features their original line-up in top form. A must for all Allman fans out there! Track list: 1. Statesboro Blues 2. Trouble No More 3. Don t Keep Me Wonderin 4. Done Somebody Wrong 5. One Way Out 6. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 7. Stormy Monday 8. You Don t Love Me 9. Soul Serenade 10. You Don t Love Me 11. Soul Serenade (In Memory Of King Curtis) 12. Hot Lanta
Otra vez en stock.Con tres temas extra y en vinilo de 180 gramos, se reedita este disco de los Allman Brothers Band y sus melodÃas de guitarra para arriba y para abajo.
Engines on. "Commit a Crime", percussion kicks in< pulses andbeats issue from various instruments and objects of everydaylife cardboard, cans and bottles echo in the tape machine.Guitar riffs roar, moan and slide, saturating the old tweedamplifier's small speaker. Singing, always soulful, swingsbetween highs and lows, changing moods and modes, to thebackbeat of an ever pounding double bass and the raw strumsof acoustic guitar. Recorded in simple live takes with a handful of microphones, Automatic City stays true to the founding fathers, to the roots of blues, the raw energy of a stripped down spontaneous sound, occasi... + INFO
Justine "Baby" Washington's 1963 soul classic "That's How Heartaches Are Made" was the Harlem raised singer's first and only chart entry in the Billboard Top 40, and her finest moment. A delectable slice of uptown soul, the title track stands as one of the greatest R&B hits of the early 60s. The rest of the album is no slouch, however, as it's rounded out by 11 more tasty nuggets of sweet femme soul, most notably the Spector-inflected "Leave Me Alone" and the organ-driven groover "A Handful Of Memories". Another R&B essential unearthed by Rumble.