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  posted on 9/25/2007 at 03:07 PM
Can someone please help me out with a crisp copy of the infamous Gatlinburg Tapes two-disc recording?

My copy got stolen out of my car, which was broken into here in San Francisco. The bastards left a bunch of CDs purchased in stores but took a CD notebook full of bootlegs and live shows.

I'll have blanks and postage in the mail ASAP and will include a print from my Xmas Jam 2006 photos. Check them out here: http://web.mac.com/andytennille/Liner_Note_Junkie/Xmas_Jam_2006.html.

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  posted on 9/28/2007 at 08:35 AM
Eileen 1 had a freebie going in the trades section

 

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  posted on 9/30/2007 at 08:48 AM
I'm looking for this one too....

 

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  posted on 10/8/2007 at 03:36 PM
Hey I got this as a freebie from Goldenlight, and as soon as I get it I can offer it up as a BnP or vine. I will let you know.

 

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  posted on 10/8/2007 at 07:08 PM
Is it a 2 disker ? I'm pretty sure mine's a oner ?

 

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  posted on 10/10/2007 at 07:57 AM
The Capt Skipper remaster is on 2 discs ... the original version was on one disc ... I'll bring a copy to the dTb show for you Dave

 

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  posted on 10/10/2007 at 03:53 PM
mine is supposed to be 2 discs as well.

 

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  posted on 10/11/2007 at 12:25 PM
A TWO disc recording??? What's the songlist?

 

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  posted on 10/11/2007 at 03:29 PM
I have this if anyone is interested. Send me a PM.

 

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  posted on 10/11/2007 at 06:42 PM
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A TWO disc recording??? What's the songlist?


Following is the track list of 2 discs recording remastered by Capt.Skipper.

00/00/'71 Gatlinburg Tapes (Ski Lodge;Gatlinburg Studios) 2CD
Capt.Skipper Remaster and extra tracks added.

Disc 1:
1. General Chat
2. Ramblin' Country Man
3. 99 & 99
4. E Minor Jam
5. Long Time Gone
6. In The Jailhouse Now
7. I May Die Early
8. I Can't Be Satisfied > Gambling Blues >
Kind-hearted Woman Blues > Travelling Riverside Blues
9. Come On In My Kitchen > Your Cheatin' Heart
10. Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed
11. Blue Sky Jams

Disc 2:
1. My Favorite Things Jam
2. General Jam #1
3. Jam #2
4. Jam #3
5. Jam #4
6. Jam #5
Extra Tracks
7. Loan Me A Dime
(Studio rehearsal by Boz Scaggs with Duane Allman)
8. Little Martha
(From backstage in Birmingham Alabama, 6/16/'71.
It's Duane playing an acoustic guitar with Jaimoe on
the conga drum. The background conversation is that
Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts)

Extra track of "Little Martha" is gem I think.
Hope you'll get a copy.

 

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  posted on 10/11/2007 at 06:49 PM
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A TWO disc recording??? What's the songlist?


Following is the track list of 2 discs recording remastered by Capt.Skipper.

00/00/'71 Gatlinburg Tapes (Ski Lodge;Gatlinburg Studios) 2CD
Capt.Skipper Remaster and extra tracks added.

Disc 1:
1. General Chat
2. Ramblin' Country Man
3. 99 & 99
4. E Minor Jam
5. Long Time Gone
6. In The Jailhouse Now
7. I May Die Early
8. I Can't Be Satisfied > Gambling Blues >
Kind-hearted Woman Blues > Travelling Riverside Blues
9. Come On In My Kitchen > Your Cheatin' Heart
10. Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed
11. Blue Sky Jams

Disc 2:
1. My Favorite Things Jam
2. General Jam #1
3. Jam #2
4. Jam #3
5. Jam #4
6. Jam #5
Extra Tracks
7. Loan Me A Dime
(Studio rehearsal by Boz Scaggs with Duane Allman)
8. Little Martha
(From backstage in Birmingham Alabama, 6/16/'71.
It's Duane playing an acoustic guitar with Jaimoe on
the conga drum. The background conversation is that
Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts)

Extra track of "Little Martha" is gem I think.
Hope you'll get a copy.


Yes, the above mentioned is the latest and greatest version.

 

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  posted on 10/11/2007 at 06:53 PM
here's the Little Martha from backstage, Birmingham, AL.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=bDAbdEcc2Io

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 07:11 PM
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here's the Little Martha from backstage, Birmingham, AL.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=bDAbdEcc2Io


I really love this Little Martha!
We are happy to hear this performance of Duane though it was played at backstage.
Thank you Clay!

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 10:18 PM
At about 3:07 ... sounds like sombody's giving toking lessons!

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 09:21 AM
Thanks, Clay.
 
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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 11:39 AM
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A TWO disc recording??? What's the songlist?


Following is the track list of 2 discs recording remastered by Capt.Skipper.

00/00/'71 Gatlinburg Tapes (Ski Lodge;Gatlinburg Studios) 2CD
Capt.Skipper Remaster and extra tracks added.

Disc 1:
1. General Chat
2. Ramblin' Country Man
3. 99 & 99
4. E Minor Jam
5. Long Time Gone
6. In The Jailhouse Now
7. I May Die Early
8. I Can't Be Satisfied > Gambling Blues >
Kind-hearted Woman Blues > Travelling Riverside Blues
9. Come On In My Kitchen > Your Cheatin' Heart
10. Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed
11. Blue Sky Jams

Disc 2:
1. My Favorite Things Jam
2. General Jam #1
3. Jam #2
4. Jam #3
5. Jam #4
6. Jam #5
Extra Tracks
7. Loan Me A Dime
(Studio rehearsal by Boz Scaggs with Duane Allman)
8. Little Martha
(From backstage in Birmingham Alabama, 6/16/'71.
It's Duane playing an acoustic guitar with Jaimoe on
the conga drum. The background conversation is that
Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts)

Extra track of "Little Martha" is gem I think.
Hope you'll get a copy.



Actually, a year or so ago, I pieced together the Blues Medley snippets that include several Jimmie Rodgers songs in addition to a number of Robert Johnson tunes. It was detailed in the Trades area of the forum. There are also short quotes from Hellhound On My Trail and an old Blind Willie McTell song Broke Down Engine (thanks, Harvey ).

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 11:48 AM
Here you go:

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Venue: Ski Lodge (Gatlinburg Studios) Gatlinburg, TN
Capt Skipper Remaster

DISC 1:
General Chat
Ramblin' Country Man
99 & 99
E Minor Jam
Long Time Gone
In The Jailhouse Now (Jimmie Rodgers) >
Pistol Packin’ Papa (J Rodgers) >
I Can’t Be Satisfied (Muddy Waters) >
Broke Down Engine (Blind Willie McTell) >
Kind Hearted Woman (Robert Johnson) >
Travellin’ Riverside Blues (Johnson) >
Stones In My Passway (Johnson) >
Come On In My Kitchen (Johnson) >
Your Cheatin’ Heart (Williams)
Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed
Blue Sky Jams

DISC 2:
My Favourite Things Jam
Blues Jam #1
Blues Jam #2
Blues Jam #3
Blues Jam #4
Blues Jam #5
Loan Me A Dime *
Little Martha **

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 11:51 AM
Here's my original post:

(Broke Down Engine is the correct title for what was generically referred to as "Gamblin' Blues")

Last night I sat down and spent an incredible evening listening to the genius of Duane Allman. My purpose was to add some possible clarity to this topic which started by wanting to know a song list for “The Gatlinburg Tapes.”

What I was concentrating on was what I’ve personally referred to as Duane’s “Robert Johnson Medley.” The portion of Gatlinburg that features Duane singing and masterfully playing his dobro. As I listened closer than I ever had before, it turns out there is so much more to this segment than I had ever realized and it speaks volumes to the music that inspired Duane. True, there’s the delta blues influence of Robert Johnson, and also that of Muddy Waters. And wrapped around those blues are the country influences of Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams Sr.!

As I recognized the songs I started to wonder about perhaps who lead Duane to discover this very music. Anyone into the blues in the ‘60’s was aware of Robert Johnson. Certainly though, Delaney Bramlett virtually idolized Johnson. Duane had a hand on several Delaney & Bonnie releases including covering Johnson’s “Come On In My Kitchen,” a song which later found its way onto the ABB’s playlist in the ‘90’s. An old interview that I recall with Jerry Wexler mentioned the times that Delaney and Duane would break out their acoustic guitars, sit on the front porch and play some of the most incredible music that Wexler had ever heard. I can only surmise that Delaney had a big influence on Duane getting to know Robert Johnson’s music.

One of the things that I found so astounding as I listened last night was during the run of Johnson’s songs, Duane effortlessly would segue into a lyric of a particular RJ song and then seamlessly melt right into another. As evidenced by him knowing the specific lyrics to these Johnson songs, it’s easily apparent that Duane had an intricate and deep understanding of Johnson’s music.

The Jimmie Rodgers influence? Well, one obvious possibility is Dickey Betts. Another, Boz Scaggs. While doing session work Duane played on Scaggs’ first solo record which was released in 1968 as memory serves me. On that album, the Rodgers’ song “Waiting For A Train” is covered with Duane brilliantly supplying his parts on dobro. Years later, it was Dickey who contributed a version of this song to a Jimmie Rodgers tribute release. Dickey’s deep appreciation and understanding of Rodgers music lead him to include a clarinet part which held true to many songs JR recorded back in the depression era of the late 1920’s and early 1930’s. It’s ironic to me that most of this section of Gatlinburg are songs of Johnson and Rodgers and that both these men were recording their music during the exact same timeframe. My eyebrows also raised when some of the research that I did on Rodgers indicated he got his musical start in Asheville, North Carolina, Warren Haynes’ hometown. Additionally, during his Great American Music Tour in 1974, Dickey would regularly play material by Rodgers.

I found it interesting that as Duane wove his way through this material he subtly changed the lyrics to include a reference to Red Dog, a great personal friend of DA’s and a longtime roadie for the band. Also, Duane changed a Johnson lyric inserting his own name instead of the blueman’s. “Ain’t but one thing makes Duane Allman drink….”

Also in the mix of tunes is material by Muddy Waters and Hank Williams Sr. as I previously mentioned. The setting for all of this is a relaxed sitting-around-with friends endeavor playing music that you admire and that you love to play. To me, that makes it that much more special of a listen, that this is music that Duane played for his own personal enjoyment and that of his closest friends and confidants.

So, at long last, here is the song list for this portion of Gatlinburg, identified to the best of my abilities and musical knowledge.

There is one song, identified as “Gambling Blues” that I am uncertain about. It comes in right after Muddy’s “I Can’t Be Satisfied” and contains these lyrics

I been gamblin’
I been gamblin’
Mama I believe I done got broke

Like a broke down engine
You’ve lost your drivin’ wheel

I sure could use some help on identifying that portion.



In The Jailhouse Now (Jimmie Rodgers)>
Pistol Packin’ Papa (J Rodgers)>
I Can’t Be Satisfied (Muddy Waters)>
“Gambling Blues” ??? >
Kind Hearted Woman (Robert Johnson) >
Travellin’ Riverside Blues (Johnson) >
Stones In My Passway (Johnson) >
Come On In My Kitchen (Johnson) >
Your Cheatin’ Heart (Williams)



The Rodgers and Johnson songs were matched based upon actual recordings by those artists that contain the snippets of lyrics Duane sings as he flows from one song to the next. I hope this helps with those wondering about this magnificently personable performance by my favorite musician of all-time, the one and only Duane Allman.

Also, a big shout to Capt. Skipper who masterfully “sonically cleansed” this which made it possible to pick out and clearly identify the lyrics. For that matter, there’s also only one Capt. Skipper!

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 04:44 PM
Woo! Got my copy. Wow. Should be up on the vines section shortly look for it. Hope you don't mind OldCoot I would like to use your post. I will give you credit for it though.

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 06:46 PM
Just for the record, I have the one disc version:

Dialogue
Ramblin' country man
99 & 99
Instrumental
E Minor jam
Instrumental
Jail house now
Gamblin' man
Traveling Riverside blues
Come on my kitchen
Your cheatin' heart
Dialogue
Blue sky jams
My Favorite things jams

As listed on CD "The Gatlinburg tapes"

 

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  posted on 10/17/2007 at 08:37 AM
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Just for the record, I have the one disc version:

Dialogue
Ramblin' country man
99 & 99
Instrumental
E Minor jam
Instrumental
Jail house now
Gamblin' man
Traveling Riverside blues
Come on my kitchen
Your cheatin' heart
Dialogue
Blue sky jams
My Favorite things jams

As listed on CD "The Gatlinburg tapes"


It's hard for me to believe that another inaccurate setlist would be posted after what I posted yesterday.

I painstakingly matched those songs by lyric from actual recording by Jimmie Rodgers and Robert Johnson. It's just another list that is wrong.

 

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