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Joe was beautifully distracting onstage as well... It would seem he had a great sense of humor as he said this was one of the greatest moments on stage of his performing career. There doesn't seem to be a complete video of the skit that I can find this morning but here's a mash up...
Without a doubt one of his best songs. Though he wasn't the best singer or guitar player, he was definitely one of the best poets of my generation and put music to what he wrote that just seemed to work!! His legacy has influenced many musicians to this day and in almost all musical genre's. He's still doing it after all these years as well as he did well over 40 years ago. This is what I think was one of his best songs he ever wrote...
Now, that is a bombastic recording of Layla!!! Does it get any better than that? Clapton and Duane Allman - wow!
Yeah, from one of my favorite albums of all time. Can you imagine the music, that would have been produced from them, if Duane had not died?
Another favorite of mine from that album.
The sounds that Duane Allman could get out of a guitar were nothing short of supernatural. I love Stevie Ray too, but Duane was Duane.
Now for something from my concert days. Saw these guys in 1973. The opening act was ZZ Top...
Saw these guys at the Expo around 70-71ish. So many people were stomping their feet in time to the song that the whole building was shaking.
One of my favorite songs from a few years later.
I remember that, I think I have a record or CD somewhere.
How's the saying go... "If you remember you weren't there."
Obviously not a true saying
I never saw a concert or anything, but I know I have that album in some form or other. I got interested when I was really into Hendrix, shortly after that Stevie Ray made the scene, and I forgot about it. There are a bunch of concerts that I went to, that I wish I could remember.
There are a lot of great guitarists that top 40 and Madison Ave Fall in love with for about a month. Then they are gone. Robin Trower is a example, here is another one. When was the last time you heard Joe on the radio. Bet it was this song.
Another favorite band of mine from the past.
Here is one for you KAS. Not far from what you posted.
One like won't do it.
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