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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 08:39 AM
These two made great music together. They just connected in a way that resulted in a special period of time for The Allman Brothers Band. Together they had the clearest understanding of the type of playing Duane was searching for when he created the band.
 
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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 09:43 AM
I was thinking the same thing yesterday as I watched my DVD copy of Woodstock '94. Dickey and Warren HAD IT GOING ON. The Jessica on there is just unreal. Then again, Derek and Warren in the current band have doing a Jessica that is just as killer.

 

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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 09:49 AM
I loved the early-mid 90s combo of Warren & Dickey but I have to disagree. They had a much stronger & diverse ying-yang guitar approach/sounds than the dual guitar approach of the original band. It was much more pronounced, as were some of the "Allman-esq" dual running guitar fills that were inserted in songs.

I think Dickey & Warren were more of a combination of the Duane-vision, with the country vision Dickey brought in just before Duane's passing (and that was prevalent for the rest of the 70s), with a more muscular approach. Plus, I don't think Dickey sounded a ton like he did during the original band; he had a "sunnier" and brighter approach to his playing in the early/mid 90s than he did in say 1970.

 

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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 09:53 AM
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These two made great music together. They just connected in a way that resulted in a special period of time for The Allman Brothers Band. Together they had the clearest understanding of the type of playing Duane was searching for when he created the band.


...& as great as they were, the person who succeeded Warren, Jack P., took it to another level still -- from 97 (Warren's last year), to 98 (Jack) & 99 (Derek) & 00 (Derek & Jimmy) -- of those 4 years, 98 is at a different plane/sound to my ears -- but I know what you mean -- 4/22/95 w/various guests, the 94 show at Great Woods the day after their "Woodstock 25th anniversary" show -- the Evening With releases -- & on & on

[Edited on 11/4/2011 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 03:42 PM
The Warren/Woody/Dickey lineup was my favorite lineup after the originals.

By a lot.

 

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  posted on 11/3/2011 at 03:50 PM
Case in point:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28SWrxS1Vqw&feature=related

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 10:15 AM
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The Warren/Woody/Dickey lineup was my favorite lineup after the originals.

By a lot.


Same here. I miss that lineup. I've tried to find as many shows as possible from that era so i can keep hearing something new from them. I fell in love with the Dickey/Warren combo in the first minute of "Rock Bottom" on Pattern Disruptive.

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 10:47 AM
I miss that line up as well. Allen Woody was just a thunderous monster on the bass! He also seemed like the glue that held the whole thing together in places at different times. I miss Woody in general

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 01:24 PM
Tremendous lineup
 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 02:30 PM
Makes me realize how deeply I miss the guitar,vocals,harmonies,songs and songwriting of Dickey Betts.....really gives the band that Allman's sound....too bad....
 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 02:49 PM
Its a shame that Dickey hasn't been a guest at any of Warren's or Derek's solo shows. What would be the harm in either Derek or Warren appearing as a guest at one of Dickey's Great Southern gigs? I was listening to The Brother's set from The Another One for Woody gig at Roseland back to back with a Brothers show from the 91-94 era (an import CD that didnt have a specific date). Derek and Warren are a terrific guitar section in a great band. Dickey and Warren created a wonderful , totally in synch Allman Brother sound. Warren's slide playing complemented Dickeys electric work beautifully. On most nights during that era that version of The Allman Brothers Band was outstanding.
 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 03:02 PM
Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

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Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
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1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 03:13 PM
Pattern Disruptive had some powerful stuff. Duanes Tune was the album highlight for me.
 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 03:24 PM
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Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

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Show tapes
Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
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1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!




That was one heck of a show that I had the honor to see and the cassettes of the shows...I believe it was on the radio...sure hope to eventually repurchase this show 1 day if I can track it down...heck of a show....

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 03:52 PM
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Pattern Disruptive had some powerful stuff. Duanes Tune was the album highlight for me.


Duane's Tune is one of my favorite instrumentals by Dickey or anybody. It's wicked. That NYC show is pretty awesome too. I listen to it a lot.

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 06:32 PM
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Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

Sort by: Date Band Venue City State Hide setlists
Show tapes
Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
Tape: List | Request
1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!




That was one heck of a show that I had the honor to see and the cassettes of the shows...I believe it was on the radio...sure hope to eventually repurchase this show 1 day if I can track it down...heck of a show....


A soundboard of this is frequently traded - I think I got a copy of it recently....I'll see if can track it down and burn you a copy - that is, if it hasn't been packed away (once again) with 90% of my other music....

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 06:39 PM
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Its a shame that Dickey hasn't been a guest at any of Warren's or Derek's solo shows. What would be the harm in either Derek or Warren appearing as a guest at one of Dickey's Great Southern gigs? I was listening to The Brother's set from The Another One for Woody gig at Roseland back to back with a Brothers show from the 91-94 era (an import CD that didnt have a specific date). Derek and Warren are a terrific guitar section in a great band. Dickey and Warren created a wonderful , totally in synch Allman Brother sound. Warren's slide playing complemented Dickeys electric work beautifully. On most nights during that era that version of The Allman Brothers Band was outstanding.


Dickey guested at 2 or 3 Phil and Friends shows in the early 2000s with Warren and Jimmy, one of which was at the Beacon in between Christmas and New Year's. Another time was in Raleigh, I think....

Dickey also joined Phil in Atlanta for the entire second set back in June of '06. I was there with hotlantatim and it was very cool. It was a planned event and almost the entire set was devoted to Dickey tunes. Pretty cool to see him John Scofield 9on some of the tunes - JS didn't play on all the Dickey tunes).

As far as Dickey playing with Derek, here's one with the dTb:

Setlist: 05/19/2002 - Pensacola SpringFest: Pensacola FL

Kam-ma-Lay
Voices Inside (Everything Is Everything)
Like Anyone Else1
Yield Not1
Rasta Man Chant
The Ghetto (For My Brother)2
Ain't That Lovin' You3
Joyful Noise

1w/Mike Mattison on vocals
1w/Mike Mattison on vocals
2w/Susan Tedeschi on vocals
3w/Dickey Betts on guitar, Susan & Mike on vocals

http://dtbsetlists.com/setlist.php?id=1563

It is downloadable, btw....

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 06:42 PM
Here's the one with P&F from Atlanta:

Phil Lesh & Friends
2006-06-25
Hifi Buys Ampitheatre
Atlanta, GA

KM140(ORTF)>W/UA-5>JB3
JB3>USB>WAVELAB5>CD WAVE>FLAC

Set 1
Disc 1

1. In The Midnight Hour>
2. jam>Big Boss Man
3. Peaceful Valley>
4. Cumberland Blues
5. Sugaree

Set 2
Disc 2

1. Passenger
2. Althea
3. Scarlet Begonias>
4. Fire On The Mountain>
5. Uncle John's Band

Set 3
Disc 3

1. Turn On Your LOvelight
2. Blue Sky^
3. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
4. Ramblin' Man
5. Franklin's Tower

Encore
6. Donar Rap>Band Introductions
7. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad

notes:
- set 3 w/ dickey and duane betts
- ^ franklin tease
- sets 1 & 2 taped from ts(handicap section, left side). set 3 from my seat(loc, section 205)


http://www.archive.org/details/paf2006-06-25.neumann.admkrk.35452.sbeok.fla c16

Also downloadable...

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 06:46 PM
....and here's the one from the Beacon with P&F including Warren and Jimmy Herring:

Phil and Friends
Beacon Theater, NYC
12/01/2001

Taper: Ben Ehrsam
Location: Balcony front Dead Center
Source: MBHO603a/KA200 (active)> MP-2> DAP1
Transfer: CD > EAC > mkwact(seekable) > shn mvernon54@attbi.com

Lineuphil Lesh, Rob Barraco, Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes, John Molo

Disk 1 [76:54]
Set 1
01. [07:08] Jam>
02. [06:23] Alabama Getaway>
03. [09:46] Tenessee Jed
04. [07:02] Patchwork Quilt>
05. [07:05] Jam >
06. [16:12] Masons Children> Jam>
07. [14:22] Mountains of the Moon>
08. [08:51] Night of a Thousand Stars

Disk 2 [41:11]
Set 2
01. [04:06] Jam>
02. [09:31] Arcadian Driftwood>
03. [19:53] Uncle John's Band>
04. [07:40] Deal,

Disk 3 [78:54]
Set 2 continued
01. [12:09] Shakedown Street>
02. [23:59] Viola Lee Blues> Jam> Other One> Viola Lee Blues >
03. [16:08] Sugaree >
04. [04:20] Viola Lee Blues
05. [02:37] Rap and intro
Encore:
06. [09:52] *Mtn. Jam>
07. [07:19] *GDTRFB>
08. [02:27] *Bid You Jam

*with Dickey Betts

http://www.archive.org/details/2001-12-01.paf.mbho-ehrsam.vernon.6513.sbeok .flacf

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 08:21 PM
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Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

Sort by: Date Band Venue City State Hide setlists
Show tapes
Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
Tape: List | Request
1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!




That was one heck of a show that I had the honor to see and the cassettes of the shows...I believe it was on the radio...sure hope to eventually repurchase this show 1 day if I can track it down...heck of a show....


A soundboard of this is frequently traded - I think I got a copy of it recently....I'll see if can track it down and burn you a copy - that is, if it hasn't been packed away (once again) with 90% of my other music....


Hey Rich, if yours is packed away, PM me and I'll be glad to send dadof2 a copy. No problem. I just listened to that show a couple nights ago.

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 08:27 PM
Warren/Woody/Dickey was without a doubt IMHO second only to the original line-up. Great, amazing, musicians turning out some great tunes. The front line locked with one another, they locked with the drummers...they were bad to the bone. Just my .02

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 09:51 PM
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Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

Sort by: Date Band Venue City State Hide setlists
Show tapes
Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
Tape: List | Request
1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!




That was one heck of a show that I had the honor to see and the cassettes of the shows...I believe it was on the radio...sure hope to eventually repurchase this show 1 day if I can track it down...heck of a show....


A soundboard of this is frequently traded - I think I got a copy of it recently....I'll see if can track it down and burn you a copy - that is, if it hasn't been packed away (once again) with 90% of my other music....


Hey Rich, if yours is packed away, PM me and I'll be glad to send dadof2 a copy. No problem. I just listened to that show a couple nights ago.


Thanks, John. I listened to it just a few months ago - there's not too many places it could be if I can still get my hands on it. I'll let ya know...

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 10:01 PM
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Was listening to this '88 show - Dickey, Warren, & Rick Derringer - Monsters of Rock!! And guests Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
Warren brings the wood with some damn good licks. This show smokes. Dickey : " ...this here is Warren Haynes"

Sort by: Date Band Venue City State Hide setlists
Show tapes
Nov 1, 1988 (Tue) Dickey Betts Band Lonestar Roadhouse New York, New York
Tape: List | Request
1. Rock Bottom
2. Blue Sky
3. Time To Roll
4. Duane's Tune
5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
6. Far Cry
7. Heartbreak Line
8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
9. Loverman
10. Jessica
11. Spoonful
w/Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor
12. Southbound
w/Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor and Rick Derringer
13. Under The Guns Of Love
14. Statesboro Blues
15. One Way Out
16. Rock & Roll Hoochie Coo
has to be with Rick Derringer!




That was one heck of a show that I had the honor to see and the cassettes of the shows...I believe it was on the radio...sure hope to eventually repurchase this show 1 day if I can track it down...heck of a show....


A soundboard of this is frequently traded - I think I got a copy of it recently....I'll see if can track it down and burn you a copy - that is, if it hasn't been packed away (once again) with 90% of my other music....


Hey Rich, if yours is packed away, PM me and I'll be glad to send dadof2 a copy. No problem. I just listened to that show a couple nights ago.


Thanks, John. I listened to it just a few months ago - there's not too many places it could be if I can still get my hands on it. I'll let ya know...


Ok bro. Take care, be well. Peace John

 

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  posted on 11/4/2011 at 10:58 PM
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....and here's the one from the Beacon with P&F including Warren and Jimmy Herring:

Phil and Friends
Beacon Theater, NYC
12/01/2001

Taper: Ben Ehrsam
Location: Balcony front Dead Center
Source: MBHO603a/KA200 (active)> MP-2> DAP1
Transfer: CD > EAC > mkwact(seekable) > shn mvernon54@attbi.com

Lineuphil Lesh, Rob Barraco, Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes, John Molo

Disk 1 [76:54]
Set 1
01. [07:08] Jam>
02. [06:23] Alabama Getaway>
03. [09:46] Tenessee Jed
04. [07:02] Patchwork Quilt>
05. [07:05] Jam >
06. [16:12] Masons Children> Jam>
07. [14:22] Mountains of the Moon>
08. [08:51] Night of a Thousand Stars

Disk 2 [41:11]
Set 2
01. [04:06] Jam>
02. [09:31] Arcadian Driftwood>
03. [19:53] Uncle John's Band>
04. [07:40] Deal,

Disk 3 [78:54]
Set 2 continued
01. [12:09] Shakedown Street>
02. [23:59] Viola Lee Blues> Jam> Other One> Viola Lee Blues >
03. [16:08] Sugaree >
04. [04:20] Viola Lee Blues
05. [02:37] Rap and intro
Encore:
06. [09:52] *Mtn. Jam>
07. [07:19] *GDTRFB>
08. [02:27] *Bid You Jam

*with Dickey Betts

http://www.archive.org/details/2001-12-01.paf.mbho-ehrsam.vernon.6513.sbeok .flacf

Also downloadable.


Listening to this right now for the first time in a long time....sweet.

 

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  posted on 11/5/2011 at 12:39 AM
Thanks Rich...John pm'd me and I sent him my addy.....he had it around,so why hassle looking...and the a third person offered too....my cup runneth over with the kindness of you guys...and,Rich,thanks for responding so quickly with your kindness...very grateful to you decent people here...nice feeling to know there are such generous folk....

Listening now on computer to the Phil with DB from 6/25/06...now you got me staying up into the night for music...thanks

[Edited on 11/5/2011 by dadof2]

 
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