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  posted on 11/13/2004 at 09:22 PM
I picked up this record ($1.99 I might add) and was checking it out today...

It's called Duane and Greg Allman...It's missing a G there I guess....

It's not listed on the discography here, but there is some comment about it below the disc. section...

I found some information online about it.....The recording quality isn't great but it is a great listen..

Bold Records
33-301
1972


(The 31st Of February September 1968 Sessions)


Duane Allman - Guitar

Gregg Allman - Piano, Lead Vocals


with:

Scott Boyer - Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

David Brown - Bass

Butch Trucks - Drums


Side A:
1. Morning Dew (3:45)
2. God Rest His Soul (3:55)
3. Nobody Knows You
When You're Down And Out (4:32)
4. Come Down And Get Me (3:40)
5. Melissa (3:15)

Side B:
1. I'll Change For You (2:57)
2. Back Down Home With You (2:25)
3. Well I Know Too Well (2:15)
4. In The Morning When I'm Real (2:40)

Just wanted to share about this and see if anyone else had any information..This is very cool and maybe if you are poking around your record store you might find such a gem....It may be an original becasue the vinyl is thick and heavy.

Wish I could spread it around...


Steve


 

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  posted on 11/13/2004 at 10:23 PM
I found that same record at a Half Priced books store a few years back.
Like you said it's not the greatest sounding,but definently worth getting just to add to the collection.

 

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  posted on 11/14/2004 at 05:43 PM
I like the cover art.

I payed full price back in the late 70s. Must have been nearly $5

 

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  posted on 11/14/2004 at 06:25 PM
I have a copy of this also, picked it up in a shop called "Vinyl Only" in Heidelberg in 1999, as has been said, thick heavy record and in need of Capt Skippers tender loving attention . . . but a great addition to your collection if you can find it
 

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  posted on 11/14/2004 at 08:25 PM
Umm, I think this is a "grey"album. Sound off.. I'll offer this BnP, after hearing feedback if this is cool or not........ Sound Off Peace, RD
 

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  posted on 11/14/2004 at 08:28 PM
Wow, I just go the same one Saturday for my collection. Havent listened though, that wasnt the intention anyway.

Got it at Ameoba records, Hollywood

 

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  posted on 11/14/2004 at 08:41 PM
I got that record, my favorite! Walk me out in the morning dew my love.

 

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  posted on 11/15/2004 at 12:04 AM
Two of the songs from that album are in the Dreams box set (Morning Dew and God Rest His Soul). An earlier version of Come Down and Get Me by the Hour Glass is also in the Dreams box set, but titled Down in Texas. I bought this album about 25 years ago, and still enjoy listening to Morning Dew. Very good production and performance. Interesting very early version of Melissa too.

I think that I've seen versions of this album with the label #33-302; that may have been the mono version.

 

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  posted on 11/16/2004 at 06:21 PM
That is all the material that we have from the aborted 31st of February album. That is Duane and Gregg with Butch's band. They gave up on this project and formed the allman brothers band. It seems the Second Coming, plus Butch's band, with a touch of Duane and Gregg led to the formation of the original abb.

Gregg was still in California around 1968 still bound to the Liberty Hourglass contract. I think Hourglass was on the Liberty label. Anyway Freeman catalogues this album in the discography in the back of his abb book: Midnight Riders. The abb jamming gave the brothers confidence to go in that direction instead of doing a butch record. And this album was released in 1973, but the material is pre- abb from say 1968?

[Edited on 11/16/2004 by JaminRebel]

 

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