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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 10:08 AM
I have been looking for a copy of the "Shades Of Two Worlds" cd . I can't seem to find one anywhere . Does anyone know of a store that might have it ? Can I have the website to that store ? Any info is greatly appreciated .
Thanks , Don (on Long Island)

 
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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 10:22 AM
You should be able to order it from one of the national chains.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 10:30 AM
I'm not positive on this, but I think its out of print. I scored one at a used CD store a few weeks ago for 5 dollars. After I made the purchase I thanked the owner of the store for selling me such a great out of print CD for such a bargain !

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 10:31 AM
At Amazon ; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000027RT/qid=1142436662/sr=11-1/ref=sr_1 1_1/102-9664798-4889720?n=5174

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 11:27 AM
Check out half.com. It's up for $5-6.

http://product.half.ebay.com/Shades-Of-Two-Worlds_W0QQtgZinfoQQprZ3066150

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 11:52 AM
http://www.djangomusic.com/item_music.asp?id=R++++++405&dt=1

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 12:40 PM
This is my favorite 1989+ ABB album. After a couple of years listening to Hittin the Note, (which is fantastic) I'd say Shades is right up there, if not better. Too bad it's out of print.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 12:48 PM
SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 01:44 PM
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http://www.djangomusic.com/item_music.asp?id=R++++++405&dt=1


I'll recommend Djangomusic. It often has "free shipment" offers even for international
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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 01:54 PM
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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


I agree with Rich & Sandman - as well as with the sentiment that they took that fire on the road with them. I can't describe how much I love Nobody Knows - would dearly love to hear it played again.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 02:06 PM
Seven Turns was a great CD but they were still getting their sea legs back on that record. With SOTW, they came out with an attitude like they had something to prove. I really think they were determined to prove that they were back as the best live band on the planet and they had the tunes to back it up too. Warren and Woody were fully intergrated into the band, they were back being primarily a twin-guitar lineup with departure of Johhny Neel, and they were just SMOKIN'

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 02:32 PM
This cd just oozes the blues. A ton of great blues from contemporary (Get On With Your Life) to delta acoustic (Come Into My Kitchen) to rockin' (Desert Blues).

Throw in Kind of Bird, End of the Line and Nobody Knows and you have a solid album top to bottom. Great stuff.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 03:45 PM
I just listened to this disc yesterday!

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 03:49 PM
I've had good luck getting out of print stuff at half.com

SOTW, some ARU stuff.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 05:00 PM
Yeah, you can find sone real out-of-print treasures at half.com-I got Johnny Jenkins Ton Ton Macoute (with Duane!) shrinkwrapped for $5, and Hot Tuna's Double Dose which has never been released in the US as an import for 5 bucks as well. That may bave been my coup de grace...

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 06:21 PM
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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


I agree with Rich & Sandman - as well as with the sentiment that they took that fire on the road with them. I can't describe how much I love Nobody Knows - would dearly love to hear it played again.


And, "Kind Of Bird", too, please.

Their studio albums since Warren joined are some of the strongest stuff they've done since Duane. And, {tiptoeing along a blasphemous edge here, my apologies} even the early studio stuff, to me now, doesn't have the same power as their live versions. So I guess I have a bit of a 180 to the view that they "took the fire on the road"...I see it as they BROUGHT the "fire" FROM the road into the studio... "Nobody Knows" & "Kind Of Bird" are a couple of SHINING examples.




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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


I agree with Rich & Sandman - as well as with the sentiment that they took that fire on the road with them. I can't describe how much I love Nobody Knows - would dearly love to hear it played again.


And, "Kind Of Bird", too, please.

Their studio albums since Warren joined are some of the strongest stuff they've done since Duane. And, {tiptoeing along a blasphemous edge here, my apologies} even the early studio stuff, to me now, doesn't have the same power as their live versions. So I guess I have a bit of a 180 to the view that they "took the fire on the road"...I see it as they BROUGHT the "fire" FROM the road into the studio... "Nobody Knows" & "Kind Of Bird" are a couple of SHINING examples.




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You're entitled to your opinion, but I saw the ABB on the 7 Turns tour and although they were great, they nowhere near as hot as they were the following year after SOTW was released.

Now if you mean that KOB and NK were written and fleshed out on the road prior to being recorded for SOTW, then I would agree with you-I can't remember if that was the case or not. I'd have to go back and cjeck the dates of some of the setlists, like that Dirty Blue Fingers Boot that was recorded at Jones Beach, and had KOB and NK on it. Since Johnny Neel wasn't on it, I'd have to say that it was recorded after SOTW was released.

I always thought those tunes were written in the studio, not the other way around.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 07:40 PM
Event Date: Tuesday, September 3, 1991

Start Time: 7:00 PM *
Band: Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Jones Beach Music Theater
Location: Wantagh, New York Map
Near: New York, NY
Country: UNITED STATES

Setlist
Order Song or Setlist Comment
Intro Jam
1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Statesboro Blues
3. Blue Sky
4. End Of The Line
5. Nobody Knows
6. Kind Of Bird
7. Low Down Dirty Mean
8. Melissa
9. Come On In My Kitchen
10. Midnight Rider
11. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
12. Hoochie Coochie Man
13. Get On With Your Life
14. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
15. Revival
Encore:
16. Jessica
17. Whipping Post

This was the show that was recorded for the Dirty Blue Fingers bootleg. This is one hot show-and a great recording to boot. But as you can see, it was after SOTW was released.

 

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You're entitled to your opinion, but I saw the ABB on the 7 Turns tour and although they were great, they nowhere near as hot as they were the following year after SOTW was released.

Now if you mean that KOB and NK were written and fleshed out on the road prior to being recorded for SOTW, then I would agree with you-I can't remember if that was the case or not. I'd have to go back and cjeck the dates of some of the setlists, like that Dirty Blue Fingers Boot that was recorded at Jones Beach, and had KOB and NK on it. Since Johnny Neel wasn't on it, I'd have to say that it was recorded after SOTW was released.

I always thought those tunes were written in the studio, not the other way around.


No, I just meant that the fire of their live performance in general was brought to their studio albums, not actual specific tunes.

The SOTW tour was, unfortunately, my last opportunity to see them (and yeah, I agree, the SOTW tour was definitely better than the Seven Turns tour)...so, in the meantime, I've been living vicariously through live albums & boots. Hopefully, they'll hit the West Coast again (when my own band doesn't have a conflicting gig date) this summer or fall. I can't wait to see 'em again!

 
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You're entitled to your opinion, but I saw the ABB on the 7 Turns tour and although they were great, they nowhere near as hot as they were the following year after SOTW was released.

Now if you mean that KOB and NK were written and fleshed out on the road prior to being recorded for SOTW, then I would agree with you-I can't remember if that was the case or not. I'd have to go back and cjeck the dates of some of the setlists, like that Dirty Blue Fingers Boot that was recorded at Jones Beach, and had KOB and NK on it. Since Johnny Neel wasn't on it, I'd have to say that it was recorded after SOTW was released.

I always thought those tunes were written in the studio, not the other way around.


No, I just meant that the fire of their live performance in general was brought to their studio albums, not actual specific tunes.

The SOTW tour was, unfortunately, my last opportunity to see them (and yeah, I agree, the SOTW tour was definitely better than the Seven Turns tour)...so, in the meantime, I've been living vicariously through live albums & boots. Hopefully, they'll hit the West Coast again (when my own band doesn't have a conflicting gig date) this summer or fall. I can't wait to see 'em again!


Sorry for the misinterpretation-there's no doubt that Warren and Woody revitalized the band.

Hope you get a chance to see this incarnation of the band. It'd be a real shame if you missed it!

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 08:16 PM
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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


Yeah Rich,

This one is great and I remember the first time I heard "Nobody Knows". i could not go to the next song for weeks. Most of the things the ABB does so well is wrapped up in that song.

 

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  posted on 3/15/2006 at 08:46 PM
Looks like that was your first post, Greg!

 

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  posted on 3/16/2006 at 12:50 PM
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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


Well yes and no Rich. Yes "Nobody Knows" is epic. Yes that tour and their playing was killer. Sorry to any one who missed out. But ................... I feel that while Seven Turns, SOTW and BWIAB are equally great albums, my nod goes to Seven Turns. I love all the tunes on there. I have always felt that "Desert Blues" and "Temptation Is A Gun" were unneeded filler on two otherwise great records.

Also I remember the time well. Up till then the Allmans had held two prominent spots in my musical history. "Seven Turns" was like the third time charm. It became the album for me which started this whole ball of wa i.e. seeing them live every year since 89, Hittin'theNote (the mag), Hittin'theWeb,etc.

This whole crazy community to which we belong where people who've never met (i.e. me and you,Brofan) love and respect each other began with Seven Turns. Seven Turns was/is an album that where the Allmans decided to "Try One More Time" to throw the kitchen sink at the mofo and see what happens. The success of the ABB may have been predetermined but it wasn't guaranteed. A time when the "Brotherhood" was truely united. Hell, the band has turned seven ways to Sunday since then. I believe also that Hittin'theNote, the CD, signals yet another spot for the ABB in my/our musical history. What do you think?

 

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SOTW is the best post Brothers and Sisters studio release, IMHO. They came out hitting on all cylnders and it carried over to the road.

Nobody Knows is an epic ABB tune.


Well yes and no Rich. Yes "Nobody Knows" is epic. Yes that tour and their playing was killer. Sorry to any one who missed out. But ................... I feel that while Seven Turns, SOTW and BWIAB are equally great albums, my nod goes to Seven Turns. I love all the tunes on there. I have always felt that "Desert Blues" and "Temptation Is A Gun" were unneeded filler on two otherwise great records.

Also I remember the time well. Up till then the Allmans had held two prominent spots in my musical history. "Seven Turns" was like the third time charm. It became the album for me which started this whole ball of wa i.e. seeing them live every year since 89, Hittin'theNote (the mag), Hittin'theWeb,etc.

This whole crazy community to which we belong where people who've never met (i.e. me and you,Brofan) love and respect each other began with Seven Turns. Seven Turns was/is an album that where the Allmans decided to "Try One More Time" to throw the kitchen sink at the mofo and see what happens. The success of the ABB may have been predetermined but it wasn't guaranteed. A time when the "Brotherhood" was truely united. Hell, the band has turned seven ways to Sunday since then. I believe also that Hittin'theNote, the CD, signals yet another spot for the ABB in my/our musical history. What do you think?


Chris, I think you pretty well summed it up. But Temptation is a Gun is on BWIAB, and I kinda liked Desert Blues, although it is a stupid song.

Don't get me wrong, when 7T came out I absolutely couldn't believe it, especially since it was so good. With Warren they had finally found a silde player that had the chops to play Duane's parts without simply trying to cop his licks (who could?) And not only that, but Warren could write damn good tunes and sing, too. However I never thought Johnny Neel's style of piano playing fit into the band-too uncontrolled and "out there" for my tastes, which was a disappointment because Jessica just isn't Jessica without the piano solo, although I've recently come to the conclusion that it has to be Chuck.

I thought SOTW was the natural progression of the ABB into a fire-breathing live unit. NK live sounded to me like the most ferocious thing they had done since the days of the Fillmore. They were dangerous again. Watch out, or they WILL KICK YOUR ASS!

As Greg Kot from the Chicago Tribune said in one of his reviews from that period (paraphrasing), "...the Allmans were a switchblade carrying band that looked like a biker gang and always left some blood on the floor."

Exactly. I love that quote. I still have it tucked into my copy SOTW.

 

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