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Need some music suggestions for a cd - Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:30 PM
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Building a cd based mostly around Drive-By Truckers,need some filler any Suggestions?

Looking for obscure 70s Southern Rock,I know pretty specific..lol

Jerry Jeff Walker,Highwaymen,Allman Brothers,JJ Cale type of vibe.

I know some of you old timers listen to this stuff,so lets hear it.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:44 PM
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A few I like

Midnight Rider - The Allman Brothers Band

Can't You See - Marshall Tucker Band

A Horse with No Name - America


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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:49 PM
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Drive-By Truckers?
Are you kidding?
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:53 PM
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A few I like

Midnight Rider - The Allman Brothers Band

Can't You See - Marshall Tucker Band

A Horse with No Name - America
I got those already.

Nice picks though.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:55 PM
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Drive-By Truckers?
Are you kidding?
Yeah I actually like their music,its not the old stuff but I enjoy it.

Never listened to your suggestion,will check this out for sure.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 04:59 PM
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Drive-By Truckers indeed :)
Man that song is the 70s legend.. the legend also being that Lowell got booted by Frank Z. because of it, with various interpretations, see the Wikipedia article.

"Driven every kind of rig that's ever been made
Driven the back roads so I won't get weighed ..."

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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 05:03 PM
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as i was born in 74 but love alot of the music from that time it hard to go wrong with any thing from Jackson Browne

Very good luck with your CD


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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 05:04 PM
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I will listen to the rest of their stuff today on grooveshark.
At first I was thinking "What the hell,little foot"! Was thinking of the tip toe through the forest guy..lol
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 05:05 PM
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77 here.

I like Jackson Browne as well.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 05:08 PM
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I Was Born In the Back Seat of a Greyhound Bus, Rolling Down Highway 41
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 07:42 PM
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LITTLE FEAT: ANY album but especially the extended version of Waiting for Columbus (one of the great live albums ever,if you can get the extended CD the bonus tracks are almost even better than the original material).

LOL,by the way,I was AT the Lisner Auditorium shows listed on the record. Lisner is George Washington University,Washington DC and in 1977 Feat had a huge following in the Mid-Atlantic. One of my favorite bands of all-time.

ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND: Studio albums you can't go wrong with the first record,Idlewild South,Eat a Peach (live and studio mix) and Brothers and Sisters. The must have Allman Brothers disc though is Live at the Fillmore East---again one of the greatest live albums ever. (The extended CD of this is easier to find and is just straight up unbelievable. Just having the seamless transition from Whipping Post to Mountain Jam is worth the price alone. Originally Whipping Post was on Live at the Fillmore and the live cut of Mountain Jam was stuck on Eat a Peach.)

LYNYRD SKYNYRD: Not obscure in the least,but come on,this many posts in and NO ONE has said Skynyrd yet?

Shameful.

Anything from them,just so long as it's BEFORE the plane crash (1977) and you can't go wrong.

Some I'll be less detailed on (hit and miss with these artists---they had their moments,but some real dreck as well.I'll list some highlights...).

The Outlaws---Green Grass and High Tides,Ghostriders in the Sky

Blackfoot---Train,Train and Highway Song

Atlanta Rhythm Section---Imaginary Lovers

Molly Hatchet---Flirtin' with Disaster



STEVIE RAY VAUGHN: It's more blues but the southern rock and the boogie-woogie shuffle is all in there to. Man I miss this cat. Gets clean,starts playing at a whole new level,dies in a helicopter crash. Sad.

Texas Flood,Couldn't Stand the Weather and Live Alive are the best.

BONNIE RAITT: Gotta have the ladies repped by Bonnie. She's just so legit that she was always bigger with musicians than with the public at large. I usually don't prop compilation albums but Collection is a must have.

More contemporary but great bands...

Government Mule: The Mule is da chit. You literally cannot go wrong with anything with the Mule label on it.

Derek Trucks Band/Susan Tedeschi/Tedeschi Trucks Band: Husband and wife team that formed their two great bands into one and have just kept that southern rock-blues vibe going with touches of an even deeper musical vocabulary mixed in.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 07:56 PM
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Drive-By Truckers indeed
Man that song is the 70s legend.. the legend also being that Lowell got booted by Frank Z. because of it, with various interpretations, see the Wikipedia article.

"Driven every kind of rig that's ever been made
Driven the back roads so I won't get weighed ..."

"If you give me weed,whites and wine
And you show me a sign...

Then I'll be Willin,to be moving"

Love it.

Here's one of my favorite Lowell George lyrics,from Rock and Roll Doctor...

"It's just a country town,but patients come
From Mobile to Moline from miles around
Nagodoches to New Orleans
In beat-up old cars and in limousines
To meet the doctor of soul
He's got his very own thing

Two degrees in be-bop,a Ph.D. in swing
He's the master of rhythm
He's the rock 'n roll king"

Kills me every time.
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 08:01 PM
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Waiting for Columbus (one of the great live albums ever)
Hear hear :)

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Lynyrd Skynyrd
I didn't mention them, but only because Cookies mentioned truckers, so Willin'... :)

Allman Brothers, I just quoted, they're top of my repertoire anyway...

... and on the rest I can only agree.
Southern music does it for me.

"I've seen the bright light of Memphis... and the Commodore Hotel..."
 
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Sat Mar 10, 2012, 08:13 PM
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