Baxter’s Attic

Baxter’s Attic, Allman Brothers Band “Stormy Monday”
So sad to hear of the passing of Gregg Allman over the weekend from liver cancer at the age of 69. "Live at the Fillmore East" was the breakthrough album for the Allman Brothers Band.  I think I listened to this album a thousand times. RIP Gregg
Baxter’s Attic, Allman Brothers Band “Blue Sky”
Another great one in the Attic this morning.  Off the "Eat a Peach" album, a song written by Allman Brothers' guitarist Dickie Betts.  The song is about Dickie's Native American girlfriend, Sandy "Bluesky" Wabegijig.  Betts refused to play…
Baxter’s Attic, Led Zeppelin “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”
A great tune in the Attic this morning. This song was inspired by an American blues singer from the 1920s named Blind Willie Johnson.  Zeppelin fans speculated the song was about Jimmy Page's blossoming heroin addiction.  During the recording Jimmy Page overdubbed the guitar intro 3 t…
Baxter’s Attic, John Mayall “Room to Move”
In the Attic this morning, from John Mayall's "The Breaking Point" we played "Room to Move" recorded at Fillmore East in 1969.  A song about how man should be able to move around freely and not tied down by anything.
Baxter’s Attic, Tom Petty “Girl on LSD”
Thought I'd throw this tune in the Attic this morning as a reminder that Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are coming to the Xcel on June 3rd with opening act Joe Walsh.  Could be the show of the Summer.  If you've never been to a Petty show, it's a bit different than a lot of…

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