DUANE ALLMAN

 

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CHRONOLOGY PART 4: 1971-1972

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1971    
     
  Percy Sledge's album 'Soul Africa' is released in South Africa. (DETAILS)


Cash Box
May 8, 1971
Page 44


Billboard
May 15, 1971
Page 55
Wilson Pickett's compilation album 'The Best Of Wilson Pickett, Volume 2' is released. (DETAILS)
  The various artists album 'The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies - Isle Of Wight / Atlanta Pop Festival' is released. (DETAILS)
  Duane Allman and his new girlfriend Dixie Lee Meadows move to 1160 Burton Avenue, Macon, GA.
  Lou Johnson's album 'With You In Mind' is released. (DETAILS)
  Schering Corporation merges with Plough Inc., to create Schering-Plough Corporation. Schering-Plough later merges with Netherlands-based Organon BioSciences in 2007. (NOTE)
  John Hammond's album 'Source Point' is released. (DETAILS)

Cash Box
May 22, 1971
Page 9


Billboard
May 22, 1971
Page 43

Barry Goldberg's compilation album 'Blasts From My Past' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
  John Hammond's album 'Little Big Man - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' is released. (DETAILS)
  Don Nix' album 'In God We Trust' is released. DETAILS
  Ben Atkins' album 'Patchouli' is released. DETAILS
    JANUARY 1971

January 7: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Hanner Fieldhouse, Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, GA.
  January 8: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the U.N.C.C Gym / University of North Carolina College in Charlotte, NC. (NOTE)
  January 9: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Coliseum in Knoxville, TN.
    January 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Appalachian State Teachers College in Boone, NC.


Record World
January 23, 1971
page 56


Record World
January 30, 1971
page 30

January 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium in Atlanta, GA.
January 17: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh, PA.
  January 22: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends concert with Duane Allman at the Capitol Theatre in Portchester, NY.
  January 22: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Capitol Theatre in Portchester, NY.
January 23: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends concert with Duane Allman at the Capitol Theatre in Portchester, NY.

Record World
January 23, 1971
page 56

Record World
January 30, 1971
page 30
January 23: From 'Record World' magazine: Duane Allman is recording at the Capricorn Studio in Macon, GA with Greg Reeves.
January 23: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Capitol Theatre in Portchester, NY.
January 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Hampton Roads Coliseum in Hampton, VA.
    January 26: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Reflections Club Theatre Of Rock Arts in Cincinnati, OH.

January 28: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Fillmore West in San Francisco, CA.
January 29: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Winterland in San Francisco, CA. (NOTE)
January 30: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Fillmore West in San Francisco, CA.
January 31: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Fillmore West in San Francisco, CA.
  January 31: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)
    FEBRUARY 1971
  February 1: An interview with Duane Allman at the Warehouse in New Orleans, LA on December 31, 1970 is published in 'Free Press' in New Orleans, LA. (READ)

Billboard
February 20, 1971
Page 22
February 1-3: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)

Cash Box
February 13, 1971
Page 16
February 3: Aretha Franklin's single 'You're All I Need To Get By / Pullin''  is released. Duane Allman plays on 'Pullin' '.


(courtesy of Walter Vanderbeken)

February 4: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Grey Chapel, Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH.


(ticket courtesy of Dennis Parrish)


(article courtesy of Walter Vanderbeken)


Record World
February 6, 1971
page 30

February 5: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA.
    February 6: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA.
    February 8: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Troy State University in Troy, AL.
    February 10: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Memorial Auditorium, High Point College in High Point, NC.
    February 12: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Furman University in Greenville, SC.
  February 13: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, The Citadel College in Charleston, SC.
  February 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Broward County Community College in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.
  February 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Albany Junior College in Albany, GA.


(article from the
Burlington Free Press,
February 22, 1971
courtesy of Walter Vanderbeken)

February 20: The Allman Brothers Band concert (afternoon) at the University Of Vermont, Roy L. Patrick Gymnasium (Patrick Gym), in Burlington, VT.
    February 20: The Allman Brothers Band concert (night) at the Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, NH.
  February 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Thiel College in Greenville, PA.
  February 25: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Case Western Reserve University, Emerson Gym, in Cleveland, OH.

February 26 & 27: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at Eastown Theatre in Detroit, MI.
 


Record World
February 27, 1971
page 50

February 27: An article about an Allman Brothers Band benefit concert in Jacksonville, FL is published in the 'Atlanta-Macon' section of 'Record World' magazine.
  February 28: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Brewer Fieldhouse, University Of Missouri in Columbia, MO.


Record World
February 13, 1971
page 16

Petula Clark's album 'Warm And Tender' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
  Bobby Lance's album 'First Peace' is released. (DETAILS)


Billboard
April 3, 1971
Page 71


Record World
April 3, 1971
page 16

Sam Samudio's album 'Sam - Hard And Heavy' is released. (DETAILS)
     


Record World
February 27, 1971
page 18


Billboard
March 6, 1971
Page 45

Ronnie Hawkins' album 'The Hawk' is released. (DETAILS)
The Allman Brothers Band single 'Midnight Rider / Whipping Post' is released.
  Bobby Hatfield's album 'Messin' In Muscle Shoals (With Music In My Soul)' is released. (DETAILS)
    MARCH 1971

Cash Box
March 20, 1971
Page 24


Record World
March 20, 1971
page 1

Delaney & Bonnie & Friends' album 'Motel Shot' is released. (DETAILS)
  Tony Glover's article 'In This Band You Better Come To Pick' is published in the March 1971 issue of 'Circus' magazine. (READ)
March 11: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York, NY.


Billboard
March 27, 1971
Page 26

March 12: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York, NY.

March 13: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York, NY.


Billboard
March 6, 1971
Page 32


Cash Box
March 6, 1971
Page 44


Cash Box
March 20, 1971
Page 30


Record World
March 27, 1971
page 35

March 12-13: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York are recorded for release on the album 'The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East'.

March 14: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Brookhaven Gym of the Suffolk County Community College in Selden, NY.

March 20: The Allman Brothers Band concert at The Warehouse in New Orleans, LA.
    March 20: Derek And The Dominos' 'Layla' enters the Cash Box Top 100.
  March 22: The complete Allman Brothers Band, including road managers Willie Perkins, Joe Dan Petty and Tuffy Phillips, is arrested at a truckstop near the town of Jackson, AL and faced various charges, including possession of marijuana, heroin and phencyclidine (PCP). They spent a night in jail before being released on $2,000 bail. (NOTE)

The South Alabamian
March 25, 1971

Rolling Stone
April 15, 1971
Page 22
March 22: An Allman Brothers Band concert was announced at the University Of Montevallo in Montevallo, AL.
But 'The South Alabamian' article from March 25, 1971 and the 'Rolling Stone' article from April 15, 1971 show that the concert was canceled after the Allman Brothers Band was arrested earlier that day near Jackson, AL.
  March 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the University Of Alabama, Foster Auditorium in Tuscaloosa, AL.

From the yearbook:

March 25: The Allman Brothers Band concert at O'Shaughnessy Theatre at St. Catherine's College in St. Paul, MN.

March 27: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Sunshine In Concert Hall in Asbury Park, NJ.

Rolling Stone
April 15, 1971
Page 22
March 31: Two Allman Brothers Band concerts were announced at the Thomas Fine Arts Auditorium, William Carey College in Hattiesburg, MS.
The 'Rolling Stone' article from April 15, 1971 shows that the concerts were canceled after the Allman Brothers Band was arrested on March 22 near Jackson, AL.
    APRIL 1971
    April 2: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Drew University in Madison, NJ.

April 3: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Lehigh University, Grace Hall in Bethlehem, PA.
    April 7: The Allman Brothers Band concert at The Place in Miami, FL.
    April 8: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the West Palm Beach Junior College in West Palm Beach, FL.

April 9: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Coliseum in Macon, GA.
April 10: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Robarts Sports Arena in Sarasota, FL.
April 11: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Coliseum in Jacksonville, FL.
 
Rolling Stone
April 15, 1971
Page 22
April 15: Rolling Stone, issue #80, page 22: 'Allmans busted'.
  April 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Hampton Building Fairgrounds, Township Auditorium in Columbia, SC.
  April 17: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Park Center in Charlotte, NC.
    April 18: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Harrisburg Community College in Harrisburg, PA.
    April 21: Herbie Mann recording session at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. Duane plays on the song '1953 Blue Boogie Children'. (DETAILS)
April 22: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN.

April 23: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Guilford College, Dana Auditorium in Greensboro, NC.
  April 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Catawba College, Community Center in Salisbury, NC is canceled.


(courtesy of Walter Vanderbeken
and Mark Tucci)

April 25: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Rec Hall, Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA.
  April 26: Grateful Dead concert at the Fillmore East in New York City. Duane joins in during the second set. (NOTE)

Cash Box
August 19, 1989
page 8

Cash Box
August 19, 1989
page 14
April 26: Bud Scoppa's article 'Duane Allman Don't Mess Around' is published in 'Rock' magazine.
On August 19, 1989 it is reprinted in 'Cash Box' magazine.
(READ)
    April 27: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at The Rock Pile in Island Park, NY.
    April 29: The Allman Brothers Band concert at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY.
 

Ella Brown's single  'Love Don't Love Nobody / It Ain't Easy' is released. (DETAILS)

    MAY 1971
    May 1: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the University Of North Carolina, Navy Field - Jubilee in Chapel Hill, NC.

May 2: The Allman Brothers Band concert (afternoon) at the City College Of NY, Lewisohn Stadium, New York, NY.
    May 2: The Allman Brothers Band concert (night) at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.

May 7: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Maclellean Gymnasium, University Of Tennessee in Chattanooga, TN.
  May 8: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Wake Forest College in Winston-Salem, NC is canceled.
  May 8: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN.
 


Billboard
May 8, 1971
Page 34

May 8: Allman Brothers Band recording sessions on May 18, 19 & 20 and May 25, 26 & 27 at the Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, FL are announced in 'Billboard' magazine.
    May 9: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Overton Park in Memphis, TN.
  May 12: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Coliseum, University Of Mississippi in University, MS.
    May 13: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, TN.

May 14: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA.
May 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY.
May 17: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Music Hall in Boston, MA.
 
Billboard
May 8, 1971
Page 34
May 18, 19 & 20: Allman Brothers Band recording sessions at the Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, FL.
    May 22: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the University Of South Florida Gym in Tampa, FL.
 
Billboard
May 8, 1971
Page 34
May 25, 26 & 27: Allman Brothers Band recording sessions at the Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, FL.

May 26: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Erie Raceway in Erie, CO or Mile High Raceway in Boulder, CO.

May 30: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Michigan State Fairgrounds in Detroit, MI.
    JUNE 1971
June 4: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the South Mountain Arena in West Orange, NJ.

June 5: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Warehouse in New Orleans, LA.

Hofheinz Pavilion


Sam Houston Coliseum

June 6: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Hofheinz Pavilion, University Of Houston in Houston, TX (contract)
or Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, TX (booking slip & poster).

Coliseum


Municipal Auditorium

June 10: The Allman Brothers Band concert at The Coliseum in San Antonio, TX (contract & booking slip)
or San Antonio Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, TX (poster).
June 11 & 12: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Eastown Theatre in Detroit, MI.
  June 13: The Allman Brothers Band concert at The Depot in Minneapolis, MN is canceled.
June 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Municipal Auditorium in Birmingham, AL.
June 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, MA.


Record World
May 29, 1971
page 38


Cash Box
June 12, 1971
page 20

June 25: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York, NY. (PROGRAM)

June 26: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Fillmore East in New York, NY. (PROGRAM)


Cash Box
June 19, 1971
page 12


Record World
June 26, 1971
page 49


Billboard
July 10, 1971
Page 17

June 27: An Allman Brothers Band concert on the closing night of Fillmore East in New York is recorded. These recordings are released in 2006 on the CD: 'Eat A Peach - Deluxe Edition'. (PROGRAM) (DETAILS)
    June 28 & 30: Herbie Mann recording sessions at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. (NOTE)
    JULY 1971
    July 1: Herbie Mann recording sessions at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City.


Record World
May 15, 1971
page 43

July 4: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI is canceled. (NOTE)
 

July 4: The closing night of Fillmore West in San Francisco, CA.

July 5-10: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ.

Cash Box
June 12, 1971
page 20


Record World
June 12, 1971
page 21


Cash Box
June 19, 1971
page 12

Cash Box
July 24, 1971
page 31


Billboard
July 24, 1971
Page 53

July 6: The album 'The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East' is released. (DETAILS)
    July 7: Herbie Mann recording sessions at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. (NOTE)
July 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory in Tampa, FL.


Record World
June 12, 1971
page 28

July 17: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Municipal Auditorium in Atlanta, GA.
    July 20: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Century's Huntington Theater in Huntington, NY.
 


Record World
August 7, 1971
page 50

July 21: 'The Allman Brothers Band' and 'Cowboy' play at the Schaefer Music Festival in Central Park in New York, NY. (NOTE)
  July 22: A review of the July 15 Allman Brothers Band concert at the Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory in Tampa, FL is published in 'The Evening Independent' in St. Petersburg, FL.
 


Record World
August 21, 1971
page 27

July 22: WPLJ-FM in New York City broadcasts a studio concert from the A&R Recording Studios of 'Delaney & Bonnie & Friends' (with Duane & Gregg Allman and King Curtis). (DETAILS)
  July 23: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at The Dome in Virginia Beach, VA.
July 24: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Superball Fest in the Midway Stadium in St. Paul, MN.
    July 27: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends perform in the 'Dick Cavett Show', possibly with Duane Allman. (NOTE)
  July 31: The Allman Brothers Band concert at The Park in North Baltimore, OH.
  James Carr's single 'Hold On / I'll Put It To You' is released. (DETAILS)
    AUGUST 1971
    August 4: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends and John Hammond concerts at the Schaefer Music Festival in New York City. (NOTE)
    August 13: King Curtis is murdered in front of his house in New York City.
  August 14: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Richmond Arena in Richmond, VA.
  August 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Academy Of Music in New York, NY.
August 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the 'Blues Bag One' blues festival at the Philadelphia Civic Center in Philadelphia, PA.
    August 17: Duane attends King Curtis' funeral at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in New York City. (NOTE)
August 17: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Boston Common in Boston, MA.
The first set of this concert is released on CD by The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company in 2007. (DETAILS)

Cash Box
August 28, 1971
page 16

August 26: WPLJ-FM in New York City broadcasts a studio concert from the A&R Recording Studios of 'The Allman Brothers Band' who play a musical tribute to King Curtis.
This concert is released on CD by Leftfield Media in March 2012 (DETAILS)  and by The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company in April 2016. (DETAILS)
  August 28: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, IL.
  August 29: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Musicarnival in Cleveland, OH.
  'Cowboy' recording sessions at Capricorn Studios in Macon, GA and the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Sheffield, AL. Duane plays on the tracks "Lookin' For You" and "Please Be With Me". (NOTE)
  Don Nix' album 'Living By The Days' is released. DETAILS
    SEPTEMBER 1971
September 3: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Place Des Nations in Montreal, Canada.

September 4: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Miami Jai-Alai in Miami, FL.
  Allman Brothers Band recording sessions at the Criteria Studios in Miami, FL.

September 10: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Central Theatre in Passaic, NJ.


(photo taken by Michelle Wilson
at The Allman Brothers Band Museum
at the Big House in Macon, GA)

September 11: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson College in Clemson, SC.
September 12: The Allman Brothers Band concert Shippensburg State College, Heiges Field House in Shippensburg, PA.

September 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Warehouse in New Orleans, LA.
  September 16: Rolling Stone (issue #91): 'R&B Sax Master King Curtis dies'
September 17: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, TN.

September 18: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Hara Arena in Dayton, OH.

September 19: Two Allman Brothers Band concerts at the State University of New York in Stonybrook, NY are recorded and a compilation of the shows is released on CD in 2003 by The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company. (DETAILS)
September 25: The Allman Brothers Band concert at University Hall, University Of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.

September 26: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, TX.

September 27: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the State Fair Coliseum, Music Hall, State Fairgrounds in Dallas, TX.
  September 28: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Austin Municipal Auditorium in Austin, TX.

September 30: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Minneapolis Auditorium in Minneapolis, MN.
    OCTOBER 1971


Billboard
July 3, 1971
Page 4

Herbie Mann's album 'Push Push' is released. (DETAILS)


Record World
July 31, 1971
page 28

Cowboy's album '5'll Getcha Ten' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
  October 1: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Community Concourse Convention Hall in San Diego, CA.
  October 2: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)

October 3: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Goldcreek Park in Woodinville, WA.

October 6: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Pan American Center, New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM.

October 7: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, CA. (NOTE)
October 8 & 9: The Allman Brothers Band concerts at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, CA.
October 10: The Allman Brothers Band concert at Robertson's Gym at the Santa Barbara College in Santa Barbara, CA.
  October 15: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh, PA.
  October 16: The Allman Brothers Band concert at the Marietta College, Ban Johnson Field House in Marietta, OH.
October 17: Duane Allman's last concert with The Allman Brothers Band at the Painters Mill Music Fair in Owings Mills, MD.
  Allman Brothers Band recording sessions at the Criteria Studios in Miami, FL.
October 25: The album 'The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East' is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). (NOTE)
    October 28: Duane Allman arrives in Macon, GA after visiting John Hammond in New York.
  October 29: Duane Allman dies after a motorcycle accident at the Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon, GA at the age of twenty-four.
  October 30: An article about the death of Duane Allman is published in the New York Post. (NOTE)
  October 30: Frederick Burger's article 'Allman Brothers Leader Dies In Cycle Accident' is published in The Macon Telegraph. (READ)
    NOVEMBER 1971
  November 1: The article 'Private Services For Duane Allman Today' is published in The Macon Telegraph. (READ)
  November 1: Duane Allman's memorial service at Snow's Memorial Chapel in Macon, GA. (NOTE)
  November 9: Marshall Fine's article 'Duane Allman Will Long Be Recalled' is published in The Minneapolis Star. (READ)
 
Billboard
November 13, 1971
Page 7

Cash Box
November 13, 1971
Page 39

Record World
November 13, 1971
Page 23

November 13: Published in 'Billboard', 'Cash Box' and 'Record World' magazines by Phil Walden Associates & Capricorn Records and Ahmet Ertegun, Jerry Wexler & Nesuhi Ertegun of Atlantic Records.
  November 25: 'Rolling Stone' (issue #96): 'Bandleader Duane Allman dies in bike crash'. (READ)

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/bandleader-duane-allman-dies-in-bike-crash-74611/

  November 25: Grover Lewis' article 'Hitting The Note With The Allman Brothers Band' is published in 'Rolling Stone', issue #96. (READ)
  'The Warehouse' in New Orleans, LA paid a tribute to Duane Allman, written by Denise Duncan, that was published in their own magazine 'In Your Ear'. (READ)
     
1972    
     
  The promo album 'Duane Allman Dialogs' is released by Capricorn Records. (DETAILS)
  The compilation album 'Duane Allman Memorial Album' is released in Japan. (DETAILS)
  Ella Brown's single 'A Woman Left Lonely / Touch Me' is released. (DETAILS)
  The master tapes of Delaney & Bonnie's unreleased album 'Country Life' are sold by Atco to CBS, who would release it later that year on the Columbia label as 'D & B Together'. DETAILS
 

John Hammond's album 'I'm Satisfied' is released. (DETAILS)

  Smith Perkins Smith' album 'Smith Perkins Smith' is released. (DETAILS)
 

Pete Carr becomes session guitarist for the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Sheffield, AL.

    JANUARY 1972
  The Delaney & Bonnie & Friends single 'Move 'Em Out / Sing My Way Home' is released. Duane plays on 'Sing My Way Home'.
    FEBRUARY 1972


Cash Box
February 19, 1972
page 34


Record World
March 11, 1972
page 16


Record World
March 11, 1972
page 76


Cash Box
March 11, 1972
page 42


Billboard
March 18, 1972
page 46

February 12: The Allman Brothers Band album 'Eat A Peach' is released. (DETAILS)
    MARCH 1972

Cash Box
March 4, 1972
page 30

Cash Box
March 4, 1972
page 35
March 4: 'Phil Walden: Young, White And Personable' is published in the 'Insight & Sound: Hollywood' department on pages 30 & 35 of the March 4 issue of 'Cash Box' magazine.
 
Cash Box
March 11, 1972
page 9
March 11: The signing of Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett to an exclusive recording contract with Columbia Records is announced on page 9 of the March 11 issue of 'Cash Box' magazine.

Billboard
April 8, 1972
page 46
The Delaney & Bonnie & Friends album 'D & B Together' is released. (DETAILS)


Record World
April 8, 1972
page 12


Cash Box
April 8, 1972
page 24

Billboard
April 15, 1972
page 58
The compilation album 'History Of Eric Clapton' is released. (DETAILS)


Cash Box
March 25, 1972
page 36


Billboard
March 18, 1972
page 46

Bobby Whitlock's album 'Bobby Whitlock' is released. (DETAILS)


Cash Box
March 11, 1972
page 44


Billboard
March 25, 1972
page 37
The Everly Brothers' album 'Stories We Could Tell' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
    APRIL 1972

April 12: Stephen Stills' album 'Manassas' is released. (NOTE) (LYRICS)
April 13: The Allman Brothers Band album 'Eat A Peach' is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
  April 13: Tony Glover's ' article 'Dedicated To A Brother' is published in 'Rolling Stone', issue #106. (READ)

Billboard
April 29, 1972
page 64
The Duane & Greg (sic) Allman album 'Duane & Greg Allman' is released by Bold Records. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
  James Luther (Jim) Dickinson's album 'Dixie Fried' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
  Marlin Greene's album 'Tiptoe Past The Dragon' is released. (DETAILS)
    MAY 1972
    May 27: Derek And The Dominos' 'Layla' enters the Cash Box Top 100 for the second time.
  May 30: Bobby Womack's album 'Understanding' is released. (DETAILS)
    JULY 1972
 
Cash Box
July 1, 1972
page 7
July 1: From 'Cash Box' magazine, page 7:
Atlantic's Glew: High Marks For W-E-A Branches.
The Derek & The Dominos single 'Layla' is re-released.
 
Billboard, July 15, 1972
page 62
July 15: From 'Billboard' magazine, page 62:
Bill McEuen, manager of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, sues Gregg Allman, Duane Allman, Paul Hornsby, Johnny Sandlin and Pete Carr for the amount of $ 14,619.
McEuen was the one who met The Allman Joys in St. Louis and convinced them to relocate to Los Angeles, gave them the funds to do so and arranged a recording contract with Liberty Records.
In Los Angeles the name of the band was changed to Hour Glass.

Cash Box
September 2, 1972
page 20
Captain Beyond's self-titled debut album is released. The album is dedicated to the memory of Duane Allman.
    AUGUST 1972


Record World
August 19, 1972
page 8
The Duane & Greg (sic) Allman single 'Morning Dew / I'll Change For You' is released. (NOTE)
    SEPTEMBER 1972
    September 26: 'The Eagles' opening for 'Yes' at the Boston Music Hall in Boston, MA. (NOTE)

Record World
October 7, 1972
page 12
The compilation album 'Eric Clapton At His Best' is released. (DETAILS)

Cash Box
September 23, 1972
page 29
Laura Lee's compilation album 'Love More Than Pride' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
    OCTOBER 1972


Cash Box
October 21, 1972
page 28B


Record World
October 21, 1972
page 6
The album 'The Best Of Delaney & Bonnie' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
    NOVEMBER 1972


(Macon Telegraph)

November 11: Allman Brothers Band bass player Berry Oakley dies after a motorcycle accident in Macon, GA at the age of 24.
The accident occurs just a few blocks away from the place of Duane's motorcycle accident the previous year.
  Duane Allman and Berry Oakley are buried side by side at Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon, GA.

http://historicrosehillcemetery.org/carnation.asp

http://historicrosehillcemetery.org/allman.asp 


Cash Box
July 29, 1972
page 26


Record World
August 12, 1972
page 21


Cash Box
August 12, 1972
page 14


Billboard
August 12, 1972
page 19


Record World
August 19, 1972
page 67


Record World
September 16, 1972
page 47

Record World
October 7, 1972
page 22


Cash Box
October 7, 1972
page 24


Record World
October 14, 1972
page 43


Billboard
October 14, 1972
page 18


Record World
November 25, 1972
page 17


Billboard
November 25, 1972
page 60


Record World
November 25, 1972
page 20


Cash Box
December 2, 1972
page 39


Billboard
April 21, 1973
page 52
The album 'Duane Allman - An Anthology' is released. (DETAILS)


Cash Box
October 7, 1972
page 71


Billboard
October 14, 1972
page 72

Bobby Whitlock's album 'Raw Velvet' is released. (DETAILS)

    DECEMBER 1972
December 21: The album 'Duane Allman - An Anthology' is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Billboard
December 23, 1972
page 21

Billboard
December 23, 1972
page 46
December 23: A special Capricorn Records Duane Allman package for college radio stations is mentioned on pages 21 & 46 of the December 23 issue of 'Billboard' magazine.

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