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Want to hear who the Allman Bros. were listening to as callow yout's?  Check out Quicksilver Messenger Service:

 

Happy Trails

Quicksilver Messenger Service

 

Ignore the dippy hippie lyrics on the second one, but listen to how these guys (and early Fleetwood Mac as above) defined the double lead guitar format that the Allman's perfected.

 

The similarities between "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Gold and Silver" are eerie, but it's not copying at all, more just kinship or something.

 

- Ed


Edited by falis - 6/24/10 at 1:12pm
post #32 of 33

Cool thread, other worthy albums:

Curtis Mayfield's 'Curtis

James Brown's 'Sex Machine' (1970 versions, version matter big time with James Brown & The JB's.)

The Beatles' 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'

Pink Floyd's 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' (I prefer it to the previous album because it is just madness.)

Pink Floyd's 'Animals' (Entirely diffent compared to the previous album.)

King Crimson has already been mentioned...

Mike Oldfield's 'Tubular Bells' from 1973. (On of the best instrumental albums I can think of.)

 

Just some names and in addition to that Jazz from the fifties to the seventies is also very important for the music mentioned in the first post. Check some old Blues albums, hmmm...

 

P.S. Judas Priest's 'Sad Wings Of Destiny'...


Edited by Deep Funk - 6/26/10 at 3:38am
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Originally Posted by Deep Funk View Post

Cool thread, other worthy albums:

Curtis Mayfield's 'Curtis

James Brown's 'Sex Machine' (1970 versions, version matter big time with James Brown & The JB's.)

The Beatles' 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'

Pink Floyd's 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' (I prefer it to the previous album because it is just madness.)

Pink Floyd's 'Animals' (Entirely diffent compared to the previous album.)

King Crimson has already been mentioned...

Mike Oldfield's 'Tubular Bells' from 1973. (On of the best instrumental albums I can think of.)

 

Just some names and in addition to that Jazz from the fifties to the seventies is also very important for the music mentioned in the first post. Check some old Blues albums, hmmm...

 

P.S. Judas Priest's 'Sad Wings Of Destiny'...


Muddy Waters Folk Singer

Terry Evan Blues for thought

Terry Evans Mississipi Magic

Terry Evans Putin it Down

The best blues albums

Ray Brown Sof my best friends are piano players

Gene Ammons all his albums

Bill Evans all his albums

Jazz

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