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Allman Brothers on MV via YouTube
Allman Brothers on MV via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Allman Brothers Band – “Whipping Post”

In the Attic this morning, we played you a song that Greg Allman wrote when he was only 21-years old, shortly after joining the band. It was recorded back on August 7th,1969 for the debut album "The Allman Brothers Band"...

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Jodi Hilton, Getty Images
Jodi Hilton, Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: J. Geils Band With Magic Dick On Harmonica

In the Attic this morning, we played you the J. Geils Band with the one and only Magic Dick on Harmonica for their tune 'Whammer Jammer'.

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Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Entertainment
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Baxter’s Attic: Mott the Hoople – “All the Way from Memphis”

In the Attic this morning, we played you Ian Hunter with his group Mott the Hoople. Hunter wrote this song about the terrible couple of days before the last concert of their tour in Memphis...

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Scott Gries/Getty Images
Scott Gries/Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: Steely Dan – “FM” (LIVE)

In the Attic this morning, we played you the theme song that Steely Dan wrote for the 1978 film "FM".

The Kinks
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Baxter’s Attic: The Kinks – “Sunny Afternoon”

This seemed like a perfect selection for the Attic on a sunny Friday.

Getty Images, Michael Kovac
Getty Images, Michael Kovac
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Baxter’s Attic: Montrose – “Rock Candy”

Playing some Sammy Hager and Montrose in the Attic this Thursday morning.

WARNING: Video may not be work or family friendly.

rickyon via YouTube
rickyon via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Savoy Brown – “Tell Mama”

In the Attic this morning a song from Savoy Brown off of their 7th studio album "Hellbound Train", released back in 1971. The album was the first since the departure of Lonesome Dave, Roger Earl and Tone Stevens, who all went on to form Foghat...

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dac10012 via YouTube
dac10012 via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Traffic – “Light Up or Leave Me Alone” [Live Version]

In the Attic this morning, we played you the band Traffic. The group was formed back in 1967 by an English 19 year old named Steve Winwood.

ThinkStock
ThinkStock
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Baxter’s Attic: Elvin Bishop Band – “Travelin’ Shoes”

In the Attic this morning, an artist that played at Baily Ray's Santiago Shakedown several years back. Elvin Bishop was a National Merit Scholar majoring in physics when he joined the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in the 60s...

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Sunscreen
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Baxter’s Attic: Billy Thorpe – “Children of the Sun”

In the Attic this morning, we played Australian singer-songwriter Billy Thorpe and his title track from his 3rd studio album 'Children Of The Sun'...

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NEA ZIXNH via YouTube
NEA ZIXNH via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Santana – “Soul Sacrifice” [Live Version]

In the Attic this morning, we played you Santana which was recorded live back in 1969 at Woodstock. Carlos Santana claimed most of the band was tripping and Carlos claimed he could not feel his fingers during their performance...

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Frazer Harrison, Getty Images
Frazer Harrison, Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: ZZ Top – “Fool for Your Stockings”

Some great blues from ZZ Top in the Attic this morning. This is the 4th track off of ZZ Top's 1979 release "Degüello".

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