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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 12:28 PM
So Rusty, Dona, and me find the Milburn, their room isn't ready, we're visiting with new arrivals in the lobby, Rusty checks the plumbing, becomes a missing person. Finally Donna alerts management, who guide him through the process of turning some screw in order to escape the men's room. Upon his escape, thinking fast, we tell them, "We're from New Jersey" and hit the elevator.

Back out on the street, heading for the Sweeties Party. Here comes Derek, strolling down Broadway. I say, "Damn, there's Derek. Hi Derek!" He greets us, we pass, nice lady walking beside me says, "Holy cow, that was Derek Trucks!" So I ask if she's going to the party too. She has no clue. I ask if she's going to the show, she says she went earlier in the week. Turns out, she's a local, sharing the streets of New York with me. Stranger in this "cold hard city." NOT. Just another person, friendly as you please. Like everybody else I've ever encountered in NYC.

On to the Sweeties. Great to see Peachnutt and Marley could make it, get an update on Tyler. Met a nice lady, Leighann McCollum, her husband Dave, and their son. They're from Gadsden. Met 'em at the Sweeties Party. At the Beacon Hotel. On Broadway. In New York City. Small world.
Got the good word as to the Chitlin Brothers show in Easton, could see the high confidence level. Enjoyed the top-notch blues of the Todd Wolfe Band. Then came SHOWTIME. Lefty, Tommy Booth, Alec, and Brent on a borrowed guitar. Brent had excellent drums and bass behind him, didn't have to worry about helping hold the pocket, just went nuts. Mone of us have ever heard him play at this level. As good as it gets, IMHO. I was so happy for him. And people in the room that were paying attention and "getting it." Good. So very good. SkyDogSys joined, held up his end of things just fine. Later all the Chitlin Brothers--Bluedad, Haisidja, BDOB. Sweet.

So I grab a bite, go back to the room, get ready for the evening. Lefty blows in, grabs me and Brent, says, "Follow me NOW." And we do. To the elevator, on the 11th floor.
Down we go, to Floor 7. Elevator stops, Otiel gets on, with his guitar. Headed to the gig. "How are you, Mr. Burbridge?" (He knew Lefty a little.) "Not good at all, man. Warren can't make it. He's sick as a dog. Something he ate. Me and Derek got to come up with a setlist. Trying to find another guitar player. May have to cancel. I couldn't stand it. I know now that nothing that involves me in this family is random. "Mr. Burbridge," I says, "you're in the elevator with 2 of the finest guitar players in New York."
"Yeah," he says, "there are a lot of good guitar players in New York," changing the subject. We walk with him as far as the Viand. Lefty has me sell all my tickets on the street, with the caveat that half goes to the JFTC fund, which it did. Gave Brent a ticket, takes me to Row A Center. That's where I watched the show from. With Bro. Langman and friend. You could watch the biplay as Warren struggled to make it through the show.
Another guitar player onstage most of the night to take over, if needed. Setlist of oldies, that the other player could play cold, if needed. Fine by me. Lefty goes and finds Brent for Mt. Jam, has him sit in the Row A seat for awhile. During the whole first set and then some, Lefty sat on ready, in case he got the nod from Otiel. He knew he could do this setlist, if needed. And he was right. I totally believe that Lefty and Brent could have pulled off the Friday setlist as well as Warren and Derek. They believe it too, which speaks to confidence.

After the show, backstage. I see Lana and Shey, Kirk, Kofi. Chank passes through. Lefty grabs me. "Jaimoe, I want you to meet Randy Stephens. He's with the Jam for Duane." I mumble something, try not to act like a tourist, shake his hand. Lefty is beaming, inside and out, happy for me.

Hooked up with Rusty and Donna outside, looking for a drink. We walked by Yogi's, looked inside. I didn't need a drink that bad. Went back to the room to get ready for the next day.

Which started with breakfast at the Viand with some Chitlin Bros., others. Then to the Beacon lobby, chatting with friends coming and going. Linnie comes in, right where we left in 2005. And it's off to Strawberry Fields. After which, our entourege becomes Lewis and Clark. We crossed many hills and valleys. Many streams. Saw many sights. And many natives. And their dogs. Finally arriving at our destination....Strawberry Fields again.
Much thanks to our Alpha's, Linnie and Hotlantatim, as they led us through the wilderness.

Folks then went their separate ways, I went back to the room to prepare for Round 2 at the Beacon Conference Room. (When you share an efficiency room with 2 other guys, you gotta' do things in shifts. We did good.) The Jam for the Cure. One of the first people I see is a friend from Gadsden, Jimmy Walker, who had flown up with us. He had walked up all the way from Greenwich Village, stopped by Yogi's for a beer or 3. He was recognized by Bluedad, free rounds followed. Not wanting to appear rude, he consumed all that was bought for him. He tells me he's just done 7 beers in an hour, a new personal best. As we chatted, new old friends kept showing up. We're chatting with somebody standing next to us. Turns out to be BrandonW, of Soulshine fame. He finds UpontheSecondFloor, we get into our thoroughbred strategy again. First meeting. Just drop right into the conversation we left here. More and more people drop by, I introduce them to Jimmy. He says, "Do you know all these people?" "About half, I guess." Saw Jody and her warm smile, and GPM. Always have to go to NY to see Gerald.

Another great afternoon of music, with the No Mercy Band, Chitlin Brothers, and guests. God's children, playing from their hearts. Good to see and meet a number of the next generation....Lampup and Shelby and Coleli Bomberry. Much, much thanks to Lamdog and Barry Zion for the logistics that made the two days of music possible. And much thanks to Scotty for the vision, dedication, perserverance to pull off an event we'll remember for many, many years.....and smile when we do. Very classy for Derek and Susan to drop by. And for Otiel to hang out and mingle for quite a while. Thanks too to Devon for sitting in both days.

Much better show Sat. night, IMHO. Warren was back to being Warren. Had his 'tude back. Got to hear one of my all-time favorites these days, Same Thing. Not my favorite spot for JaBuMa, but fun anyway.

We hook up with Tommy Booth after the show, who drives us down to BB King's. Great time, great music, great GB delegation. Devon and his bass player sat in, then just hung with everybody. Brent was brilliant again, and it was a moment in time to watch Lefty, Easy Michael, and Brent playing together at BB King's in Times Square. So proud, so happy for my friend again. Also nice to see the McCollum family, from Gadsden, whom I'd met the day before, there to the end. They were in for everything the whole weekend.
Because they had seen this family in Gadsden on a couple of occasions, and wanted to be a part of what we have become.

Out on the street, on the way to the corner for a taxi. Helluva' brawl breaks out behind us. Folks coming out of the main room at BB King's, apparently. Musta' been 100. Cops coming from everywhere. Ambulance in less than a minute. More cops come running. They block off the street. Another ambulance. Guys behind us with baseball bats (from where?), but it doesn't come near us. Takes 3 taxis to load our crew. Me and Wharfy were the last 2 out. Thanks Wharfy.

My total thanks to all who worked long and hard to let me and Brent have so much fun.
The Sweeties. Past and present. Love you all, love you always. Made me home in New York in 2003, been home in New York ever since.

To Tommy Booth and Lefty, that organized the Friday jam, and Lamdog and Barry for the equipment. Thank you, guys....y'all had a lot of other stuff you could have been doing. Without the hassle.

To Scotty and company, for pulling off a totally cool, happy afternoon in New York....with lasting results for many. In honor of WH and Lefty's mom.

Somebody needs to create a new Peachy or Humanitarian Award or something for Barry Zion. This man put up strangers in his home, showed them around, provided them equipment in Easton, moved it all to the Beacon for Friday and Saturday, then brought in a guitar and amp for Brent ing the wee hours at BB Kings. Last I saw of him, he was loading equipment into a taxi after the gig. You have my total respect, old/new friend.
Your heart is good. You are appreciated. The love you gave will come back to you.

Finally, let me speak of Lefty Collins. Here is a lesson in how to live. Time and again, I watched Mr. Collins look for opportunity to bring joy to others. From taking Brent around Manhattan, to taking me down front and backstage, to getting members of our family to playing in the jams and BB King's. Lefty's joy comes from giving, being a blessing, seeing good things happen to others in his world. His mom would be so proud and happy of her boy. This man is a blessing to me, and to many here. May he reap what he has sown.

Unspeakable grief awaited my return home....my friend will hurt for a long time, I fear.
He, and I, also have memories that will last for a long time too....memories of how good life can be, when people who truly love each other--people who have found each other because of Duane Allman and Lana and Rowland--can spend quality time with each other.

Thanks for letting me be a part. Looking forward to the next time.


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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 12:32 PM
thank you for sharing all that Randy!

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 01:31 PM
I don't know which impresses me more - you fitting all that fun into two days, or fitting the entire story onto the forum without a page turn -without crashing the server ... again!

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 01:36 PM
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I don't know which impresses me more - you fitting all that fun into two days, or fitting the entire story onto the forum without a page turn -without crashing the server ... again!


LMAO! (yet true!)

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 01:43 PM
I wanted to share this story. This morning I had to take my Dad who is 87 yrs old to Charlotte so he could see his accountants. I was telling him that I was going to Wanee in a couple weeks. He said what's down there. I told him the Allman Brothers and other bands will be playing. I told him the ABB's were doing there yearly run in NYC. My dad looks and is comfortable in NYC, Philly, or Boston. He knows the cities like the back of his hand. Grew up in Boston.

I told him the ABB were playing at the Beacon Theater. Now, for 87 yrs old, Pop is sharp as a tack. He told me he has stayed at the Beacon and went to the Theater right after WWII and watched a play. He said it was a nice place and had a great time. He has stayed there a few times since then too.

The thoughts of all those years, folks going to the Beacon and having a blast. I have been there once for the Mule NYC shows. I thought it was pretty cool my Dad hanging around the Beacon back in its hayday.......Something I didnt know until today....Way to go Pop......
Wonder if he would like to see the ABB???

My Dad 87 and still hard at work....and you ought to here Pop tickle the ivories....



[Edited on 4/4/2007 by rottinpeach]

[Edited on 4/4/2007 by rottinpeach]

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 01:50 PM
It was a pleasure to meet you Randy, you are a true gentleman

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 01:57 PM
Great read,Randy,and it was really great to meet you.

rottinpeach,I was just talking about this last night.My mother used to go to the Beacon when she was a kid too.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:02 PM
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I wanted to share this story. This morning I had to take my Dad who is 87 yrs old to Charlotte so he could see his accountants. I was telling him that I was going to Wanee in a couple weeks. He said what's down there. I told him the Allman Brothers and other bands will be playing. I told him the ABB's were doing there yearly run in NYC. My dad looks and is comfortable in NYC, Philly, or Boston. He knows the cities like the back of his hand. Grew up in Boston.

I told him the ABB were playing at the Beacon Theater. Now, for 87 yrs old, Pop is sharp as a tack. He told me he has stayed at the Beacon and went to the Theater right after WWII and watched a play. He said it was a nice place and had a great time. He has stayed there a few times since then too.

The thoughts of all those years, folks going to the Beacon and having a blast. I have been there once for the Mule NYC shows. I thought it was pretty cool my Dad hanging around the Beacon back in its hayday.......Something I didnt know until today....Way to go Pop......
Wonder if he would like to see the ABB???

My Dad 87 and still hard at work....



[Edited on 4/4/2007 by rottinpeach]


Great story Rottin Peach.

Two questions…













1. What is your dad doing in my office?



2. Why did he clean off my desk?







 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:03 PM
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Great story Rottin Peach.

Two questions…










1. What is your dad doing in my office?




2. Why did he clean off my desk?





I was going to say when I posted his pic.... When it comes to the books its detail detail detail and when it comes to his office well the picture says it all.




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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:04 PM
That was a good read, absolutely.

You know, Buppalo, in hindsight, you, Randy Poe, and myself should have had a picture taken together. We could have been the three coolest Randy's at the party. Well, we were, but it would have been nice to document it. Peace, brother.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 02:16 PM
Randy thank you again for the ticket to Saturday. Was a real treat!

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 04:07 PM
Thanks for the story.

I wanted to say that the players that I saw at the Beacon parties and at BB King's Saturday night could have easily been a guest on stage with the ABB. My friend and I independently came up with that conclusion - the talent level of musicians I saw that weekend was unreal.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 04:11 PM
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Thanks for the story.

I wanted to say that the players that I saw at the Beacon parties and at BB King's Saturday night could have easily been a guest on stage with the ABB. My friend and I independently came up with that conclusion - the talent level of musicians I saw that weekend was unreal.


Agreed. It was good to see Andy Aledort at BB's. He was posed at the side of the Beacon stage to take Warren's place Friday. But Warren's such a trooper...there was no need.

Great recap Bupp! Darn it..we didn't get to meet.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 04:14 PM
Me and Lefty tried briefly to spot you down front Fri. night....we were looking for glitter and cheeze whiz.
 
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Me and Lefty tried briefly to spot you down front Fri. night....we were looking for glitter and cheeze whiz.


LOL! Don had the Cheez Whiz confiscated at the door! No kiddin'.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 07:06 PM
Beautiful stuff, Randy! It was wonderful seeing you again!

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 07:35 PM
Rnady,

Great Story.... We don't call you the mayor for nothing.

Funny thing happened to me on Friday afternnon. A very beautiful lady was walking in front of the beacon hotel and she was smiling at me. I was very nervouse (figuring she needed some unpaid child support....lol). She walks up to me and says "I know you"....from Second Street Music Hall in Gadsden, AL. I did remember her face after she said that and talked with her, the husband and especially the son all weekend. I think I have persuaded them to come to Wanee...at least the son. They are great people.

what I found fascination is they said they had never met you. Had talekd to you via the internet or phone, not sure which, but never had a proper introduction. I was in shick. How could the Mayopr not know his constituents and why would they have to travel to NYC to meet you .?.?. That just freaked me out. Glad ya'll made the proper greetings!!

Rusty, Donna...a true brother and sister.

Looking around in YOGI's on Saturday afternoon and eyeballing a certain individual and thinking...HHHHMMMM...I konw this guy. He finally made a half turn and I noticed he was wearing an ALABAMA hat. Click.....Jimmy Walker. Went up and we started talking. He remembered me and we started talking music...drank a few. Sweet Man...(and yea' though I walk throguh the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no man because thou (and JIMMY WALKER) are with me..... He GETS IT!!

The funniest expression was form Brent when we were driving back to SkyDogSys's (barry Zion's) house on Thursday. Barry was telling him how it took 30 minutes to drive 7 miles and Brent turns around to us with a real unbeliveing and quizzical look on his face and says "What wrong with this picture"... and then he turns around and gives his famous end to a story "Well....**** me running".... I almost died laughing....He could not believe it took that long to drive 7 miles....lol

And to know that Mount Rushmore is in Strawberry Fields was a revelation.... ...thanks Linnie...

What great weekend. Probably go again next year if it is still available....

 

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  posted on 4/4/2007 at 07:55 PM
Great story Randy It was a pleasuse seeing you again. I think you talked this Yankee into a trip down to Dixie in October

You guys have been hiding that Brent guy waaay too long down there. I was completely blown away by his playing this weekend.

 

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Great story Randy It was a pleasuse seeing you again. I think you talked this Yankee into a trip down to Dixie in October

You guys have been hiding that Brent guy waaay too long down there. I was completely blown away by his playing this weekend.


Yeah, he wasn't too bad, Chuck! I'm hoping for an October visit to AL, myself.

 

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Great story Randy It was a pleasuse seeing you again. I think you talked this Yankee into a trip down to Dixie in October

You guys have been hiding that Brent guy waaay too long down there. I was completely blown away by his playing this weekend.


Yeah, he wasn't too bad, Chuck! I'm hoping for an October visit to AL, myself.


Easy Michael...so good meeting you and listening to you play.

And we will do whatever it takes to get you to Bama in October.....NO QUESTION !!!

 

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Great story Randy It was a pleasuse seeing you again. I think you talked this Yankee into a trip down to Dixie in October

You guys have been hiding that Brent guy waaay too long down there. I was completely blown away by his playing this weekend.


Yeah, he wasn't too bad, Chuck! I'm hoping for an October visit to AL, myself.


Easy Michael...so good meeting you and listening to you play.

And we will do whatever it takes to get you to Bama in October.....NO QUESTION !!!


Thanks very much, John! It was good to meet you, as well. I didn't hear you play as much as I'd like though, so we'll have to rectify that next time.

Which weekend in October is the 2007 version of JFD? I'll mark it off my band's calender now to keep it open.

 

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  posted on 4/6/2007 at 02:38 PM
Great recap, Buppalo!

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Finally, let me speak of Lefty Collins. Here is a lesson in how to live. Time and again, I watched Mr. Collins look for opportunity to bring joy to others.
I'll put in a couple of cents here. My 1st night in town, was just returning to my room at the Milburn with a bucket of ice, hadn't met anyone from this site in person and passed you guys getting on the elevator. Said 'Hello Lefty and Buppalo' (based on seeing your pics here) and Lefty made a point of stopping to give me a hug - made a newbie feel real good and I thought it was a lovely gesture. BTW - really enjoyed being able to see LCNMB finally at BB's (but sounds like we left before all he** broke loose)!

 

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  posted on 4/6/2007 at 02:42 PM
Lolasdeb, I was there at BB's. How'd we miss each other?

 

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  posted on 4/6/2007 at 02:42 PM
Nice read... and it was a pleasure to be sandwiched between you and Rusty at Lucille's on Saturday night!!

 

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Lolasdeb, I was there at BB's. How'd we miss each other?
Well, now, this is my only bad news of the weekend! My friends and I were sitting in a booth on main floor for awhile (next to table that Devon was at). We didn't do the ABB show that night and didn't stay too late at BB's so maybe we were just ships passing in the night? I did see quite a few GBer's there (Jacquie, Sari, Croky, Hootchie, EZM, Jeanne, Johnny) - you weren't with any of them were you? Sorry I missed getting the chance to meet you, Dave but I'm already thinking about next year's Beacon and Wanee so never say never !

 

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