by Duane Allman

(1972) Polygram

Personnel Duane Allman : Dobro, Guitar, Sitar (Electric), Slide Dobro, Slide Guitar, Vocals
Description A beautiful retrospective of the incredible slide player. From his work with Eric Clapton, to Aretha Franklin, to Boz Scaggs, to the Allman Brothers Band, the one constant is Duane Allman's magnificant slide work.
Posted By Mark
Directory Recordings: Slide
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On 6/8/2000, Larry Bentley (225) posted:
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The very best of all time. No one will ever play slide with the feeling and musicanship of SKYDOG. I watched him many,many times in the Piedmont Park days. Larry Bentley
On 2/22/2000, Eric Stanbrough (1108) posted:
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I love this album, why do all these great guitarists have to die so young, i like his Allman brothers stuff like Dreams ,Little Martha and Statesboro Blues along with the Wilson Pickett track Hey Jude which caught Eric Clapton's attention which led to Derek and the Dominoes famous Layla...and other assorted love songs, and Somebody Lone me a Dime is great slideless Duane along with Goin Down Slow which features Duane's singing, he was an original and i wish he was still here.
On 2/20/2000, Mark posted:
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Duane was my personal idol when I began slide guitar. His work is incredible. This album demonstrates the broad scope of music that slide guitar can be used in. From the blues, in 'The BB King Medley', to the classic rock song 'Layla', to his mellow acoustic work in 'Little Martha', Duane can serve as influence to any guitar player.