Saturday, July 27, 2013
"Eat a Peach" (Vinyl)
Released in 1972, this was a difficult period for the Southern Rock legends. Following the break-through success of the band's "Live at Fillmore East" the band returned to the studio to record the tracks that would become "Eat a Peach" when slide guitarist Duane Allman was killed in a car accident. Some tracks were re-recorded, some were added in homage to the bandmember's death.
This album is full of the country-fried Southern rock and improvisations that the band became famous for. While the band carried on after Duane Allman's untimely death, it was these early records for which they are still most highly regarded.
I'll consider this part of the Saito Collection (which I'll hopefully refer to again and again.)
Posted by T. at 1:39 PM