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nelamvr6
(New London, CT USA)
Posted: May 29, 2018 21:08
 

Skydog!  {#Bananajam}{#Dance}
primm
Posted: May 01, 2018 10:01
 

{#Devil_pimp}still so very zesty!
Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: May 01, 2018 9:58
 

 iw3gtf wrote:
I can hear a bit of The thrill is gone here.

 
It's an old standard by Fenton Robinson.  Minor-key blues - different chord progression, but there is a similarity to "The Thrill Is Gone".
sharilynn47
Posted: May 01, 2018 9:57
 

When I first heard this song -- many years ago -- on Radio Paradise -- I flipped! It is still one of my favorite solos by Duane (and he was so young), Boz is fantastic on this - what a great cut. Love it forever. I still miss Duane all these years later. Oh and that Hammond organ too, good grief. 
iw3gtf
Posted: Mar 05, 2018 12:34
 

I can hear a bit of The thrill is gone here.
LinThizzy
(midwest)
Posted: Mar 05, 2018 12:34
 

bozz scaggs/{#Bounce}best bad name ever
junebaby65
(Cleveland, OH)
Posted: Feb 05, 2018 5:35
 

Awesome tune to practice guitar licks, as well.
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Dec 09, 2017 10:32
 

 bam23 wrote:
At the Golden Gate Park memorial concert for Bill Graham, it was this song, played at high volume, that in some way made the entire event worthwhile. This song was a staple on FM radio way back when so called underground stations were where one heard the better music of the day. Now, Radio Paradise not only serves the same general purpose, but does it much better.

 
Mmmm yeah, so very fab-u-lossa
joshuatreelistener
Posted: Dec 09, 2017 10:29
 

The old KFAT in Gilroy, Calif had an annual survey for the best songs if you were stranded on a desert island....Loan Me A Dime was a perennial winner.
Bert7
(The Land of Plenty,BC)
Posted: Dec 09, 2017 10:25
 

as soon as I hear that organ i strap in for the ride....
ronniegirl
(Middle of New Jersey)
Posted: Nov 19, 2017 16:00
 

 sniperr wrote:
Been listening to this for 40 years and it still moves me. 
 

 
me too.  Have it on vinyl and cd.  Chills every time I hear it.
Wardleader
(Philadelphia USA)
Posted: Nov 09, 2017 10:12
 

 DW4554 wrote:
Duane Allman on guitar.  Classic 1969 collaboration.

  Yes, this is a wonder from a time ... oh boy.. do I sound terminally old now,  but I have this album and just love hearing it and to hear on RP is a treat.  I like songs that come on over the radio by the DJ, with me an Army of 2 fans plus all of the fellow travelers who comment on here.  Just love the song and  more so,  glad to see it appreciated.
DW4554
Posted: Nov 09, 2017 10:00
 

Duane Allman on guitar.  Classic 1969 collaboration.
GreenKittenLines
(Kingston, mon)
Posted: Oct 10, 2017 2:04
 

 helgigermany wrote:
Blues at its Best! !!
 
"I concur Sir" :)

Will I get shot down though for saying to my ears it sounds just a bit like E. Clapton? 
 
SheRidesABeemer
(Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA)
Posted: Oct 09, 2017 15:59
 

Do Millennials even know what the title sentence means? 
AbileneTexas
(Abilene, Texas)
Posted: Aug 09, 2017 19:56
 

Great tune!  Love it.
stevewestern
Posted: Jul 10, 2017 3:24
 

Possibly my favourite track of all time. Still makes my eyes wetter an English summer..
pinto
(west meade)
Posted: Jun 09, 2017 13:09
 

 jhorton wrote:
IMHO best blues guitar lead ever. Duane was 22 or 23 years old at the time. Monumental talent.

 
Imagine what other music he could have given us had he not been taken from us way too soon....
pxd
(London, United Kingdom)
Posted: Jun 09, 2017 13:08
 

At almost 62, how could I have so much to learn about Boz Scaggs? Well, there you go. A new 9 for me. pxd
Faithful_Fool
(Now in Las Vegas)
Posted: Jun 09, 2017 13:03
 

Hung out with Boz to see Robben Ford & the Blue Line at his San Francisco club, Slims.
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Cool dude.
Cool tune of course too.