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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
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It's not my turn, but I am butting in.

We all know and love the superb Humble Pie version of "I Don't Need No Doctor" from the Fillmore East live double LP (with a LONG version of "Gilded Splinters") -- during the closing of the Fillmore: Zappa, J. Geils, ABB and more.

Who wrote the song?

Who was it written for?

When did he record it? [extra credit]


The team of Ashford and Simpson wrote "I Don't Need No Doctor" in 1962 to Ray Charles!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXjMl5tS-ao



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Wed Feb 19, 2014 5:02 pm Profile
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A friend of Duane's also recorded a solo (obbligato) on a Memphis-style soul album (actually recorded in New York City) by the Queen of soul.

Who was the guitar player?

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Post Re: MUSIC TRIVIA
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
It's not my turn, but I am butting in.

We all know and love the superb Humble Pie version of "I Don't Need No Doctor" from the Fillmore East live double LP (with a LONG version of "Gilded Splinters") -- during the closing of the Fillmore: Zappa, J. Geils, ABB and more.

Who wrote the song?

Who was it written for?

When did he record it? [extra credit]


The team of Ashford and Simpson wrote "I Don't Need No Doctor" in 1962 to Ray Charles!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXjMl5tS-ao



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Charles responded to the saga of his drug use and reform with the songs "I Don't Need No Doctor", "Let's Go Get Stoned", and the release of his first album since having kicked his heroin addiction in 1966, Crying Time.

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Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:30 pm Profile
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That is very cool. I remember that song so well from the radio at the time.

"Crying Time"
(originally by Buck Owens)

Oh, it's cryin' time again, you're gonna leave me
I can see that far away look in your eyes
I can tell by the way you hold me darlin' Oooh
That it won't be long before it's cryin' time

Now they say that absence makes the heart grow fonder (fonder)
And that tears are only rain to make love grow
Well my love for you could never grow no stronger (stronger)
If I lived to be a hundred years old

Oh, it's cryin' time again, you're gonna leave me
I can see that far away look in your eyes
I can tell by the way you hold me darlin'. Yeah now
That it won't be long before it's cryin' time

Now you say you've found someone that you love better (better)
That's the way it's happened every time before
And as sure as the sun comes up tomorrow ('morrow)
Cryin' time will start when you walk out the door

Oh, it's cryin' time again, you're gonna leave me
I can see that far away look in your eyes
I can tell by the way you hold me darlin'. Alright now
That it won't be long before it's cryin' time
(That it won't be long before it's cryin' time)

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Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:33 pm Profile
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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
A friend of Duane's also recorded a solo (obbligato) on a Memphis-style soul album (actually recorded in New York City) by the Queen of soul.

Who was the guitar player?

Man was the friend himself? He played on Aretha's Soul 69 album! I don't know , Billy Gibbons?


Wed Feb 19, 2014 9:36 pm Profile
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OK TYS knowing that Duane Allman and Cornell Dupree worked together on Herbie Mann's "Push Push". And Cornell Dupree is noted for the intro to "Respect" I have to say the answer is Cornell Dupree


Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:37 am Profile
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What is the name of the young boy on the cover of the Allman Brothers album Brothers and Sisters?


Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:04 pm Profile
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Duane


Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:06 pm Profile
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DoctorRob wrote:
OK TYS knowing that Duane Allman and Cornell Dupree worked together on Herbie Mann's "Push Push". And Cornell Dupree is noted for the intro to "Respect" I have to say the answer is Cornell Dupree


No, but that is a very reasoned guess. I was fortunate enough to see Cornell Dupree in 1982. His resume' is enormous, and most people have no idea how many times they have heard him on records. In fact, he is often called Mr. 2500 in honor of the 2500+ sessions he was part of, mostly as a featured sideman.

but on Aretha's 1968 LP "Lady Soul," it was Eric clapton credited with the guitar obbligato on "Good to Me As I Am to You."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4W9xmeMfL0

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Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:26 pm Profile
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so ....who is on the cover of Brothers and Sisters????


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