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5 October 2012
3.49pm
jglx28
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hello

Could anybody says what´s the music at 6:27 in this documentary feature=relmfu?

 

thanks

5 October 2012
7.56pm
meanmistermustard
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No idea but that aint no beatle track to my ears. My guess is that the documentary has used an unrelated piece of music - a lot of documentaries do that either because they cant get the rights to the official music and/or dont want to pay a fortune.

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5 October 2012
9.29pm
IMDeWalrus
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Is this documentary available in English, jglx28?

It looks quite interesting.

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6 October 2012
12.40am
jglx28
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IMDeWalrus said
Is this documentary available in English, jglx28?

It looks quite interesting.

IMDeWalrus i think so, it´s a documentary from the history channel since the beginning of the band, until they´ve stopped touring. 

6 October 2012
12.45am
SatanHimself
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That's a piece from "Loan Me A Dime" by Boz Scaggs, with Duane Allman on guitar.  It's long, but it's a great song:

 

E is for 'Ergent'.
6 October 2012
1.22am
Von Bontee
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Beatles connexion: Duane also played the gtr solo on the Wilson Pickett cover of "Hey Jude"

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8 October 2012
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Zig
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Von Bontee said
Beatles connexion: Duane also played the gtr solo on the Wilson Pickett cover of "Hey Jude"

 

Another (and this one is a stretch, I admit) is the fact that Eric Clapton tried to coax Duane away from The Allman Brothers Band after Duane's brilliant work on the album Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs. By now, most of you know who "Layla" really was.

And then there is the fact that both Duane and George Harrison dabbled a bit with Delaney and Bonnie (who didn't?), although I don't believe it was at the same time.

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