| Rowland! |
Much love to you, Lana & Shey, thanks for welcoming us all into your e-living room
from Right Here
|Happy birthday, Rowland!|
Yooda man! Yowzah!
Music is love, and love is music, if you know what I mean.
People who believe in music are the happiest people I've ever seen.
Bill Ector, Randy Stephens and a guy named BobO who I never met - Forever in my heart!
from Home of the Jersey Tomato
| Happy Birthday Rowland |
May all your dreams come true
from The Island Of Mis-fit Toys
|Happy Birthday Rowland...|
correctness is a doctrine -- fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rapidly promoted by mainstream media -- which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of $hit by the clean end."
from North of I-90
|Happy Birthday to Rowland! Thanks for all that you do!|
"Those who dance are considered insane by those who can't hear the music." -George Carlin
from just outside of Richmond, VA
|Happy birthday to "the man behind the curtain" who has helped make this place one of my favorites since about 1999: Rowland! |
"You shouldn't confuse things that are popular with things that are really good"--paraphrasing Bob Dylan.
from Hollywood, Fl
|Well I got the new release "the Fillmore recordings" early. All I can say is WOW !|
Disk one, you don't love me, after Duane's solo, Dickey does not go into his solo with the drums like the original recording. He goes right into "the shuffle" that you hear toward the end of the original recording. Its is the most amazing bad ass, kick ass, dual guitar solo trading, boogie foot stomping muther F er piece of music I have ever heard ! I have only listened to disk one so far, that sucker wore me out......
|I really got into these Allman Brothers 1986. I graduated high school 1987.My sophmore in high plus several years past Classic Rock was back. I grew up on it. I was hearing somethings for the first time the album Beginnings. I am 46 years old Live at the Fillmore is something I am listening to more than I do. The whole two cds.Classic Rock is not supposed to be my music(1960'-1970's),but it is. I would be willing to lose friends over it because I enjoy it.|
I am sad these guys are breaking up. I saw Greg Allman and Dickey Betts perform at the Old Lady on Brady my senior year of high school. I just wish I could have seen the current line up
|Jules Fothergill! |
from Evans, GA
|Anybody recognize the bass player in the Johnny Winter video? It's none other than Tommy Shannon, who played with Stevie Ray Vaughn for years. |