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  posted on 3/14/2007 at 08:28 PM
My copy of the 12/31/70 ABB show got stolen and I would like to obtain this show. Anyone out there have it? I'll gladly send CD blanks and postage. Please let me know. You can also reply to my e-mail at mtnlvrfh@cox.net.
Many thanks Brothers and Sisters!

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  posted on 3/16/2007 at 06:46 AM
Hey Fred ... I left this for a couple of days to see if anybody in the US would offer you a B&P ... but as no one has come forward I'll send you a copy for free (I am in the UK so B&P's take too long) ... just send me a PM with your mail address and I'll get a copy out to you

 

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  posted on 3/16/2007 at 08:07 PM
I would have offered, but I have tried to EAC the copy I have once before. It took so long that I gave up on it.
 

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  posted on 3/17/2007 at 03:48 AM
In case anybody else is interested in this show, I have set up a vine for it in the "Vines" section

 

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  posted on 3/17/2007 at 09:04 PM
Would somebody teach me whats are differ from 2 discs version and 3 discs version?

I have 2 discs version of this show but it seems "Revival" is not same as track list order of 3 discs version, mine is last of disc 2.

 

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  posted on 3/17/2007 at 10:55 PM
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Would somebody teach me whats are differ from 2 discs version and 3 discs version?

I have 2 discs version of this show but it seems "Revival" is not same as track list order of 3 discs version, mine is last of disc 2.


I only have two disc versions, the longest of which has a total running time of 132:40 and the last three tracks are
Revival, Whipping Post, Mountain Jam (cut)
It could be that there's more stage patter (though I doubt that), or that someone just decided to stretch it out over three discs for some reason.
What's the total running time of the three disc version ?

 

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  posted on 3/18/2007 at 04:26 AM
Masahiko / Stephen … here are the Disc & Track timings for my 3 disc version.

Disc 1: (52-40)
Statesboro Blues = 4-30
Trouble No More = 5-00
Don't Keep Me Wondering = 3-44
Dreams = 13-42
Dimples = 6-00
Leave My Blues At Home = 5-55
Hoochie Coochie Man = 8-25
Stormy Monday = 5-24

Disc 2: (45-18)
You Don't Love Me (w/ Auld Lang Syne) = 16-11
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed = 18-03
Oh Pretty Woman = 6-43
Revival = 4-31

Disc 3: (45-47)
Whipping Post = 22-42
Mountain Jam = 23-05

(Mountain Jam cuts at the end, just after the end of the percussion section when Berry joins back in).

Total Running Time = 143-45 (which is longer than your 132-40 Steve???)

I think that if you added “You Don’t love Me” to the end of Disc 1 then the rest of the tracks would all fit onto a second disc …

 

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  posted on 3/18/2007 at 07:06 AM
Here's the times that I have:

disc 1 52:59
Statesboro Blues 4:34
Trouble No More 4:50
Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3:49
Dreams 13:57
Dimples 6:00
Leave My Blues at Home 6:15
Hoochie Coochie Man 4:55
Stormy Monday 8:39

disc 2 78:41
You Don't Love Me (Auld Lang Syne) 15:48
Liz Reed 17:45
Oh Pretty Woman 6:42
Revival 4:36
Whipping Post 22:37
Mountain Jam 11:13

First problem is that I cannot add correctly, and the total running time is 131:40. Other than that, it would seem the most likely culprit is Mtn Jam, which cuts out after Gregg's solo on my version, missing both Dickey's and the percussion solos. It is strange that "my" Stormy Monday is so much longer . . .
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  posted on 3/18/2007 at 10:49 AM
OK ... I became intrigued and decided to play through my version to see what was what, and what I found was that the last two songs on side one have been switched around, so my version of Stormy Monday is in fact more or less the same length as yours Steve.

I can only imagine that whoever originally set up the copy that I have did this because "Hoochie Coochie Man is obviously the last track of the first set, because at the end the compere says, "in a few minutes we'll have the Allman Brothers back". I guess he therefore thought it would be better with this track at the end of side 1.

Because of this, there is a cut between tracks 6 & 7 and 7 & 8 ... do these tracks on your version transition seamlessly Steve?

Anyway, it would seem that the only difference between our two versions at the end of the day is that the MJ on mine is more complete. I have listened to it and there doesn't appear to be a splice at the end of Gregg's solo, and at the end of the track it appears to be the same guy talking in the background who has done so here and there throughout the recording. I will be interested to hear your opinion when you have had a chance to compare this with your version.

So, my revised set list is ...

Disc 1: (52-40)
Statesboro Blues = 4-30
Trouble No More = 5-00
Don't Keep Me Wondering = 3-44
Dreams = 13-42
Dimples = 6-00
Leave My Blues At Home = 5-55
// Stormy Monday = 8-25
// Hoochie Coochie Man = 5-24

Disc 2: (45-18)
You Don't Love Me (w/ Auld Lang Syne) = 16-11
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed = 18-03
Oh Pretty Woman = 6-43
Revival = 4-31

Disc 3: (45-47)
Whipping Post = 22-42
Mountain Jam = 23-05

(Mountain Jam cuts at the end, just after the end of the percussion section when Berry joins back in).

Total Running Time = 143-45

 

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  posted on 3/18/2007 at 07:17 PM
Colin and Steve,

Thank you so much for both your detail information.
Mine tracks length are same as colin decribed and YDLM is on disc 1 but tracks order of Revival is end of disc 2.....
OK, I found a new pleasure. (LOL)

 

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  posted on 3/19/2007 at 05:59 AM
quote:
the compere says, "in a few minutes we'll have the Allman Brothers back". I guess he therefore thought it would be better with this track at the end of side 1.

Because of this, there is a cut between tracks 6 & 7 and 7 & 8 ... do these tracks on your version transition seamlessly Steve?




Compere ?

On my version there is a cut between LMBAH and Hoochie Coochie Man, and also between HHM and Stormy Monday. No emcee announcement of the break, but Duane does say " . . come back and do the New Year's thing. And now the man your friends warned you against " before HCM. I wouldn't be suprised if the order you have for the last two is correct.
Thanks for vining this show Colin, I look forward to hearing it.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2007 at 11:31 AM
Mountain Jam, which is one of my all time favorite ABB instrumentals on the 12/30/70 show is cut off right before Berry's solo. It's akin to watching the Redskins at the Super Bowl. It's 4th down and the Redskins have two more yards to the end zone. The score is 27-33. The quarterback snaps the ball and hands it to the fullback, then zap! The TV power is gone. You are staring at the TV in a stupor, wondering if the fullback made it. The last half of MJ has got to be so good. It's a shame that the guy who recorded that show either ran out of tape or accidentally turned it off. Guess we'll never know. I think with some technological wizardry, this show can be cleaned up, and of course, MJ would have to fade out, leaving about 15 more minutes of unheard musical bliss. I have a guy I know who is pretty good with that. When I get that show from Colin, I'll take it to him and see if he can clean it up. If it turns out good, I'll let ya'll know!!

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