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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by pcr3 on Today at 01:37:20 AM »
Oh man, this one hurts. We're lucky that there are some out there who have absorbed his lessons and his energy and will carry on his legacy and continue passing it on. I'm not a huge panic or warren haynes fan, but warren and schools lay it down with their words...

https://glidemagazine.com/185284/gregg-allman-tributes-pour-read-warren-haynes-dave-schools-tributes/

Sad day. Happy I'm drunk right about now.
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Random YouTube Music Video Blowout
« Last post by mopper_smurf on Today at 01:28:46 AM »
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by ytowndan on Yesterday at 11:44:42 PM »
Damn, RIP  :cry:
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by WhatstheUse? on Yesterday at 10:58:12 PM »
What a legend. RIP!
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Entertainment / Re: Netflix Recommendation Thread
« Last post by antelope19 on Yesterday at 10:18:39 PM »
Just read that season 3 of Bloodline will be the last season.  10 episodes.

Season 3 is up!!!!
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by natronzero on Yesterday at 09:21:15 PM »
 End of an era.
Gotta be a rough last couple months for Derek, Oteil, and everyone else in that family.
RIP
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by slslbs on Yesterday at 07:21:28 PM »
It just struck me that I was wearing my ABB baseball hat all day today. Got back from a hike when I heard the news

Coincidence?
I think not
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by antelope19 on Yesterday at 07:15:05 PM »
:cry:

I'm still reeling from Cornell over here, now this...

Rest in Peace.

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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by PIE-GUY on Yesterday at 05:48:41 PM »
Saw Gregg play with the allmans and his own band many times... but the one that stands out is jazzfest 1996... the year phish played.

I ate a bunch a boomers and all I can say is I "got" the Allman brothers on that day. There was no rhythm anymore. It was just a wash of sound. The most beautiful sound. You know how they lose the beat entirely for the last 7 minutes or so of Whipping Post on the Fillmore East and it's just washes of melody with no discernible beat? That's what their whole set sounded like to me. It was glorious. A crystalline memory.
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Rest In Peace Gregg Allman
« Last post by birdman on Yesterday at 05:20:00 PM »
I spent many wonderful nights in my younger days seeing  the ABB. So thankful for all those moments. Glad he's at peace.
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