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Statesboro blues showcases Duane Allman's rip-roaring slide guitar in a way that turns one's soul inside out, upside down. If his licks don't get inside you and make you squeal and boogie, you're dead. One of the best ever recorded slide performances bar none. This track is a legacy for a whole generation of rhythm and blues bands circa 1970.

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  • Avatar for littlelouie1
    I saw them once at the Fillmore East which i live in NYC. I only went twice to the Fillmore East which then changed names two times after they closed. Duane passed away & then the bass player passed away in the same year if i recall right & both on motorcycle accidents against trucks.....Duane hit a fruit truck & they named the next double LP album Eat a Peach with tracks with Duane on them which it's a great LP.
  • Avatar for escarabat94
    (;-)
  • Avatar for JosephSlack
    Good ole Southern Rock!
  • Avatar for greenvillepa
    Sweet.
  • Avatar for Drazba
    not heard this version(not fillmore)before---lovely
  • Avatar for DavidSmith98
    Blind Willie McTell wrote it, the Allman's took it to a new level
  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    Am hearing - Suny At Stonybrook 9/19/71 version. A month before Duane's passing. Thank you Spotify. ( :
  • Avatar for BlueOclock
    Well,.......Just Hell Yeah, thats all!!!!!!
  • Avatar for TIGERSNAKEMAN
    RIGHT ON AND ON! GOING TO THE COUNTRY,BABY DO YOU WANT TO GO??!!!!
  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    This particular version now that I am hearing is previously unreleased material (1970)and put out there on the Boxset.(1989)... Excellemce of guitar slide goodness!!!..Amazing, even back in '70,you could feel the Bros in the Studio gettin' 'er done from what was then called "The New South".

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