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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by EllroyJames, Apr 16, 2021.
Dr. John produced one of Sonny and Cher’s albums.
Widespread Panic has been covering Guilded forever too.
Here is a great live version from my all time favorite Panic show. 4.3.96 Huntsville , Alabama.
Anyone who is a Panic fan is familiar with this show. It is a smoker from beginning to end, but the second set especially is amazing. It just keeps building. I have been caught on more than one occasion doing my best Neil Perth impression on my steering wheel at a red light listening to this one.
I bought that Dr John album when it first appeared, just on the basis of the cover art. I was not disappointed.
The bass drum of Dance Kalida Da Boom is worth the price of admission.
I like Dr. John's version of that song the best but was really surprised by Cher's effort. Never heard it before.
Listened to it yesterday. Good stuff.
I was Mac’s west coast call on guitar for 7 years, starting in ‘85.
Also went to Chicago, Detroit, and New York (for a whole week at the Village Gate), plus Brazil and Japan.
Playing “Splinters” was a fascinating experience every time we played it.
Time stood still, stretched, danced, and enthralled.
It was a spiritual experience, truly.
I'm kind of fond of the Rockin' the Filmore version , but this does just fine .
They're both fabulous. But Jenkins' version. Man, that is sublime.
Listening to this track on the radio was my introduction to the good Doctor: what a shock it was! I bought the Gris-Gris LP as soon as I could: it's still one of my favourites to this day (oh, and eventually discovering the rest of Mac discography was an even biggest pleasure). But that song, man, is still as strong as when first heard!
For those who don't know, that's Duane Allman on bottleneck. ( from his Anthology LP's)