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  posted on 9/11/2009 at 01:59 PM
I've mentioned this a few times to some other Duane devotees and I seem to be the only one who saw this. Man, would I like a copy of it.

One of my earliest memories of The Dick Cavett Show was holding a cassette deck tape recorder mic to the television to record Santana playing Incident At Neshabur. The album containing that song was released in '70.

I also recall Abby Hoffman wearing a shirt made out of the flag and how every time a camera angle would have shown Hoffman it was blocked out on the screen.

Anyway, I used to almost always catch Cavett nightly on CBS. Preferred it to The Tonight Show. Particularly after having seen Zero Mostel guest host a week of Cavett shows. That's still some of the most over the top comedy I've ever seen.

One such evening, Delaney & Bonnie were the musical guests and played "Only You Know And I Know." Delaney and Bonnie both stood and sang. An acoustic guitar player and a "drummer" were seated on folding chairs. Delaney was explaining that they were so low on cash that while they recorded the song instead of having an actual drummer in the studio, someone had held a suitcase and beat on it with their hands. So, that's what they had on the Cavett show, a guy playing a suitcase conga style.

Delaney simply raved about the guitarist before introducing him. Our guy Duane.

On stage it was Delaney to the left, then Duane, the "drummer" and on the far right Bonnie.

The more that I think about it, it's possible this could have taken place around the time of the A&R Studios radio show in August '71. That would have put Duane in NYC where the Cavett show originated from.

I've never met anyone else who recalls this. Am I alone in this? Anyone have an "in" with anyone connected to the CBS archives? I wonder if any of these shows were even retained in any form.

 

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  posted on 9/11/2009 at 03:30 PM
It might be on this:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0009MAPX6/qid=1126356221/sr= 8-1/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-0454479-9173521?v=glance&s=dvd&n=507846

 

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It might be on this:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0009MAPX6/qid=1126356221/sr= 8-1/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-0454479-9173521?v=glance&s=dvd&n=507846


Thanks for the great info.

I searched for the tracklists of this DVD and found as follows.

[Disc 1]

August 19, 1969

01. We Can Be Together - Jefferson Airplane
02. Volunteers - Jefferson Airplane
03. Chelsea Morning - Joni Mitchell
04. Willy - Joni Mitchell
05. For Free - Joni Mitchell
06. 4 + 20 - Stephen Stills
07. The Fiddle And The Drum - Joni Mitchell
08. Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane with David Crosby
July 13, 1970
09. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again - Sly And The Family Stone
December 5, 1974
10. 1984 - David Bowie
11. Young Americans - David Bowie
Bonus Material:
The Dick Cavett Interview
EmmyR-Award winning director Bob Weide (Curb Your Enthusiasm) interviews Dick Cavett


[Disc 2]
July 18, 1969
1. To Love Somebody - Janis Joplin
2. Try (Just A Little Bit Harder - Janis Joplin
June 25, 1970
3. Move Over - Janis Joplin
4. Get It While You Can - Janis Joplin
August 3, 1970
5. Half Moon - Janis Joplin
6. My Baby - Janis Joplin

[Disc 3]
August 11, 1970
1. Signed, Sealed, Delivered Iím Yours - Stevie Wonder
2. Never Dreamed Youíd Leave In Summer - Stevie Wonder
3. High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me - Tex Ritter
November 23, 1971
4. Two Faced Man - Gary Wright and Wonderwheel with George Harrison
5. Bangla Desh - George Harrison
September 5, 1974
6. American Tune - Paul Simon
7. Still Crazy After All These Years - Paul Simon
8. Loves Me Like A Rock - Paul Simon with The Jessy Dixon Singers
9. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Paul Simon with The Jessy Dixon Singers


It's sorry that no Delaney & Bonnie's name found on this ................


 

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  posted on 9/11/2009 at 07:03 PM
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I've mentioned this a few times to some other Duane devotees and I seem to be the only one who saw this. Man, would I like a copy of it.

One of my earliest memories of The Dick Cavett Show was holding a cassette deck tape recorder mic to the television to record Santana playing Incident At Neshabur. The album containing that song was released in '70.

I also recall Abby Hoffman wearing a shirt made out of the flag and how every time a camera angle would have shown Hoffman it was blocked out on the screen.

Anyway, I used to almost always catch Cavett nightly on CBS. Preferred it to The Tonight Show. Particularly after having seen Zero Mostel guest host a week of Cavett shows. That's still some of the most over the top comedy I've ever seen.

One such evening, Delaney & Bonnie were the musical guests and played "Only You Know And I Know." Delaney and Bonnie both stood and sang. An acoustic guitar player and a "drummer" were seated on folding chairs. Delaney was explaining that they were so low on cash that while they recorded the song instead of having an actual drummer in the studio, someone had held a suitcase and beat on it with their hands. So, that's what they had on the Cavett show, a guy playing a suitcase conga style.

Delaney simply raved about the guitarist before introducing him. Our guy Duane.

On stage it was Delaney to the left, then Duane, the "drummer" and on the far right Bonnie.

The more that I think about it, it's possible this could have taken place around the time of the A&R Studios radio show in August '71. That would have put Duane in NYC where the Cavett show originated from.

I've never met anyone else who recalls this. Am I alone in this? Anyone have an "in" with anyone connected to the CBS archives? I wonder if any of these shows were even retained in any form.


Hang in there, I believe you. For years and years I remembered very clearly seeing the ABB perform "One Way Out" from the Hofstra show in '72 on the PBS show "Great performances"...nobody seemed to take notice...Then about 4-5 months ago the video showed up on You Tube....Patience...

 

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  posted on 9/11/2009 at 07:06 PM
"I've mentioned this a few times to some other Duane devotees and I seem to be the only one who saw this. Man, would I like a copy of it."

That's because your a lot older than anybody here. Just kidding.

Thanks for the leg work Masahiko. This is the first I've ever anything about it. Would be really cool to see. I take it this was never mentioned in any of the books out there on Duane?

 

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  posted on 9/11/2009 at 07:27 PM
"One Way Out" 1972

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcW7g587X9Y

From the Hofstra show

 

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  posted on 9/12/2009 at 12:58 AM
wow..I saw this.

 

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  posted on 9/12/2009 at 06:27 AM
Berry's last show

 

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  posted on 9/12/2009 at 09:06 AM
i remember seeing a Dick Cavett show with Delaney & Bonnie & Eric Clapton doing "Coming Home"......

 

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  posted on 9/12/2009 at 09:58 AM
quote:
"One Way Out" 1972

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcW7g587X9Y

From the Hofstra show


That is great, I never saw it before.

 

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  posted on 9/12/2009 at 10:18 AM
BigV, thanks man, I never saw that and it was GREAT!

 

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quote:
I've mentioned this a few times to some other Duane devotees and I seem to be the only one who saw this. Man, would I like a copy of it.

One of my earliest memories of The Dick Cavett Show was holding a cassette deck tape recorder mic to the television to record Santana playing Incident At Neshabur. The album containing that song was released in '70.

I also recall Abby Hoffman wearing a shirt made out of the flag and how every time a camera angle would have shown Hoffman it was blocked out on the screen.

Anyway, I used to almost always catch Cavett nightly on CBS. Preferred it to The Tonight Show. Particularly after having seen Zero Mostel guest host a week of Cavett shows. That's still some of the most over the top comedy I've ever seen.

One such evening, Delaney & Bonnie were the musical guests and played "Only You Know And I Know." Delaney and Bonnie both stood and sang. An acoustic guitar player and a "drummer" were seated on folding chairs. Delaney was explaining that they were so low on cash that while they recorded the song instead of having an actual drummer in the studio, someone had held a suitcase and beat on it with their hands. So, that's what they had on the Cavett show, a guy playing a suitcase conga style.

Delaney simply raved about the guitarist before introducing him. Our guy Duane.

On stage it was Delaney to the left, then Duane, the "drummer" and on the far right Bonnie.

The more that I think about it, it's possible this could have taken place around the time of the A&R Studios radio show in August '71. That would have put Duane in NYC where the Cavett show originated from.

I've never met anyone else who recalls this. Am I alone in this? Anyone have an "in" with anyone connected to the CBS archives? I wonder if any of these shows were even retained in any form.
My local library owns this as a three-DVD set. I requested a copy which should be at my branch in a few days. I'll let you know what's on it....

Billastro

 

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  posted on 9/13/2009 at 04:52 PM
I hope you can find it. I know they wouldn't put D+B on a DVD today. They're forgotten by the public. One thing: it was the Merv Griffen Show that Abbie Hoffman wore the flag shirt.
Here's something I KNOW will never surface. I saw The Hour Glass lipsynk a song on the Pat Boone Show in '68, probably The Power Of Love. Duane was screwing around, playing the guitar with his wrist above the neck, fingers dangling down, dancing on the strings.

[Edited on 9/13/2009 by lespaul58]

 

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Delaney simply raved about the guitarist before introducing him. Our guy Duane.

The raving is especially ironic: Before Delaney met Duane, he'd wanted Ry Cooder to play slide on an upcoming album. Ry wasn't available so someone suggested Duane, but Delaney was really skeptical. Until he heard Duane.

They became fast friends, with Duane on 3 D&B albums (I think).

Billastro

 

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I hope you can find it. I know they wouldn't put D+B on a DVD today. They're forgotten by the public. One thing: it was the Merv Griffen Show that Abbie Hoffman wore the flag shirt.
Here's something I KNOW will never surface. I saw The Hour Glass lipsynk a song on the Pat Boone Show in '68, probably The Power Of Love. Duane was screwing around, playing the guitar with his wrist above the neck, fingers dangling down, dancing on the strings.

[Edited on 9/13/2009 by lespaul58]
I've heard about this but you're the first eyewitness to the show. Don't give up hope -- new recordings turn up sporadically.

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  posted on 9/15/2009 at 12:10 PM
While searching for such a show, I found the following, a non-review of the Derek and the Dominos 4 Dec 70 show with Duane.

http://www.somanyrecordssolittletime.com/?cat=914

 

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Also, while on the same search found this Youtube video"

http://tripatlas.com/videoplay/z8Oo2tOJS6M

Basically, it's Delaney and Bonnie with the band that became Derek and the Dominos with George Harrison, Jim Horn and Bobby Keys. good quality video of the song "Coming Home" Apparently from Dec 1969. By that point Harrison knew the Beatles were dead. Jim Gordon looks so damn young.

 

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Thanks Carlos and i also added the 12/4 date to the list for Can You Folks Help Me ID this Recording.................

 

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  posted on 9/15/2009 at 01:31 PM
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While searching for such a show, I found the following, a non-review of the Derek and the Dominos 4 Dec 70 show with Duane.

http://www.somanyrecordssolittletime.com/?cat=914


Never Ending Love For You.
I haven't heard this since oposing team 3rd basemanTerry Krause was singing it to my girflriend at an A league allstar baseball game. I guess I did the right thing. I struck his ass out on 3 straight pitches .

btw..nice suitcase playing in the song !

 

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  posted on 9/15/2009 at 02:11 PM
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While searching for such a show, I found the following, a non-review of the Derek and the Dominos 4 Dec 70 show with Duane.

http://www.somanyrecordssolittletime.com/?cat=914

Interesting that the web page author (who was at this show) says that Duane came out starting at the second song of the set. All the bootlegs I've heard start with Duane being introduced and the band going into "Layla". Can anyone else confirm that this was not the beginning of the show? Is there a separate D&D show opener?

 

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  posted on 9/21/2009 at 04:58 PM
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"One Way Out" 1972

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcW7g587X9Y

From the Hofstra show


Dickey playing on Duane's Les Paul there? If not, nice guitar though!

 

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  posted on 9/21/2009 at 07:26 PM
there is no tape (yet) from Syracuse 12/4/70 so there would be no way to know unless we find a witness with a good memory....

 

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  posted on 9/21/2009 at 07:49 PM
Dang I love this site. Felt alone until I discovered there were other lunatics like me out there. Great thread Coot.

This confirms the 12-4-70 date for me with Duane, I was never sure if it was a rumour or what.

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From "Slowhand Tourography" site, http://www.ectours.de/ , 12/04/'70 was not at Syracuse, be held at Capitol Theatre, Portchester.
Syracuse show was held at 12/02/'70, and I think it's confirmed as Duane played with Dominos this date.
Whichever date is true, many times source of these dates have been circulated in the past but all the sources are bogus, only re-ordered the tracks of Tampa show.
Thinking from that two persons taped Curtis Hixon Hall show, I can't think no tapers at this Syracuse show. The tape must be still sleeping at somewhere like as tapers garage and be forgotten.....

References:
http://www.ectours.de/cgi-bin/frame.pl?file=ec1970.shtml
http://www.ectours.de/cgi-bin/frame.pl?file=ec701202.shtml


 

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  posted on 9/21/2009 at 08:58 PM
Thanks Masahiko.
One can only hope a tape turns up.

 

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