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Marshall Tucker Band - 24 Hours at a Time (live version)

Allman Brothers Band - Back Where It All Begins

Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

All three take me somewhere else when I just close my eyes and listen. I REALLY wish I had seen MTB in their prime.
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We were at a lakeside dive at dusk on a summer week night, one of those old places that will always smell like beer. We went out on the huge screened porch looking out at the water, with a wooden dance floor, empty. No one there but us. Put a coin in the juke box and Boogie Wonderland turned up to 11 filled the room, and we danced, the two of us. It was magical.
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Marshall Tucker Band - 24 Hours at a Time (live version)

Allman Brothers Band - Back Where It All Begins

Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

All three take me somewhere else when I just close my eyes and listen. I REALLY wish I had seen MTB in their prime.
Oh man, yeah. LOVE that live version of 24 Hours at a Time. I bought a 2-CD set about 25 years back, "The Capricorn Years", and I just about wore those discs out. Just a fun, energetic jam.

I was thinking about starting a thread about great live performances lost to time, and the MTB was going to be one of the bands I talked about. One of the great things about modern tech is how so many bands are now recorded in hi-def at just about every performance, even if it's just by audience members. So many bands prior to the 80's have little footage of them performing live, and from the early 80's to the early 2000's, most of we have are fuzzy, VHS-res tapes recorded from shows like The Midnight Special.
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