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CHRONOLOGY PART 6: 1995-2007

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Scott Freeman's book 'Midnight Riders - The Story Of The Allman Brothers Band' is published.

The Coleman-Hinton Project CD 'Lost And Found' is released by Breathe Easy Music. (DETAILS)
1995

The various artists CD 'The Lanor Records Story 1960-1992' is released. (DETAILS)

January 12: The original line-up of The Allman Brothers Band is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the tenth annual induction dinner. Willie Nelson is their presenter. (VIDEOS)
JANUARY
1995
 

JUNE
1995

June 14: Rory Gallagher (formerly with 'Taste') dies in London, UK at the age of 47.

July 10: The radio show 'In The Studio - Eat A Peach' is broadcasted in the week of July 10. (DETAILS)

July 18: The Paul Butterfield Blues Band CD 'The Original Lost Elektra Sessions' is released. (NOTE)
JULY
1995

July 28: Eddie Hinton dies in Birmingham, AL at the age of 51.
AUGUST
1995

August 9: Jerry Garcia ('The Grateful Dead') dies in Forest Knolls, CA at the age of 53.

The various artists compilation CD 'Masters Of Blues: Tribute To Elmore James' is released. (DETAILS)
1996

February 12: The radio show 'The Allman Brothers Band: Off The Record Classic' is broadcasted in the week of February 12. (DETAILS)
FEBRUARY
1996

May 14: The article 'The Allman Brothers Band: The Road Goes On Forever' by Kirk West as told to Alan Paul, first published in January 1993 in 'Guitar World', is reprinted in 'Guitar World Legends Presents: Classic Rock', No. 16.

MAY
1996

Dave Kyle's article 'Duane Allman - The Road Goes On...' and Willie G. Moseley's article 'Joe Dan Petty: Techin' It Twice' are published in 'Vintage Guitar Magazine', November 1996, Vol. 11 No. 2.
NOVEMBER
1996

Dave Kyle's articles: 'The Big House', 'Berry Oakley' and 'Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama ' are published in 'Vintage Guitar Magazine', December 1996, Vol. 11 No. 3.
DECEMBER
1996

Gregg Allman's compilation CD 'One More Try: An Anthology' is released. (DETAILS)
1997

Petula Clark's album 'Warm And Tender' is released on CD. (NOTE) (DETAILS)

Dave Kyle's article 'Remembering Duane Allman' is published in 'Vintage Guitar Magazine', January 1997, Vol. 11 No. 4.
JANUARY
1997

February 3: The radio show 'In The Studio - Eat A Peach' is broadcasted in the week of February 3. (DETAILS)
FEBRUARY
1997

March 4: The Allman Brothers Band CD 'Fillmore East - February 1970' is released by PolyGram / Grateful Dead Records. (DETAILS)
MARCH
1997

APRIL
1997

April 8: Laura Nyro dies at the age of 49.

June 10: Wilson Pickett's compilation CD 'In The Midnight Hour And Other Hits' is released. (DETAILS)
JUNE
1997

October 14: Boz Scaggs' compilation CD 'My Time: A Boz Scaggs Anthology 1969 - 1997' is released. (DETAILS)
OCTOBER
1997

Aretha Franklin's compilation album 'The Delta Meets Detroit: Aretha's Blues' is released. (DETAILS)
The original lineup of The Allman Brothers Band is inducted into the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame in Macon, GA.
1998  

March 5: The Georgia State Senate passes a resolution designating a portion of State Highway 19 in Macon
from the intersection of Holt Avenue to College Street as 'Duane Allman Boulevard'.

March 23: The radio show 'In The Studio - 1st Album / Idlewild South' is broadcasted in the week of March 23. (DETAILS)
MARCH
1998
 

June 9: The Allman Brothers Band CD 'Mycology - An Anthology' is released. (DETAILS)
JUNE
1998

John Ogden's article 'First There Is A Mountain' is published in issue 26 of 'Hittin' The Note'.
1999

Andy Ellis' article 'Bottleneck Meltdown - How To Cop Duane Allman's Wailing Slide Sound' is published in the March 1999 issue of 'Guitar Player'.
MARCH
1999

March 6 or 7: Lowell Fulson (aka Lowell Fulsom and Lowell Fullsom) dies at the age of 77.
  JUNE
1999

June 24: Eric Clapton's guitar 'Brownie' is sold at an auction at 'Christies' in New York.

DECEMBER
1999

December 10: Rick Danko (formerly with 'Ronnie Hawkins And The Hawks' and 'The Band') dies at the age of 56.

Dean Reynolds' book 'The Complete Allman Brothers Band Discography' is published.

The Coleman-Hinton Project CD 'Lost And Found' is released by Orchard records. (DETAILS)

The Derek And The Dominos bootleg CD box 'Substance vol. 1' is released. (DETAILS)

'Hittin' The Note' issue 26 is published with 4 articles about Duane Allman.
2000

February 7: Oasis' CD-single 'Go Let It Out' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)

February 28: Oasis' CD 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
FEBRUARY
2000
AUGUST
2000

August 26: Gov't Mule bassist Allen Woody, who also played in The Allman Brothers Band from 1989-1997, dies in New York at the age of 44.

The Allman Brothers Band compilation CD 'The Road Goes On Forever' is released. (DETAILS)
2001  
JANUARY
2001

January 7: James Carr dies at the age of 58.
JULY
2001

July 27: Leon Wilkeson, bass player of 'Lynyrd Skynyrd' from 1972 until his death, dies in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL at the age of 49.

October 21: Malcolm X. Abram's article '30 Years Down The Road' is published in The Macon Telegraph.
OCTOBER
2001
 

November 26: The Ovations' track (with Duane Allman) 'Rockin' Chair' is released on the various artists compilation CD 'The Goldwax Story - Volume 1'. (DETAILS)
NOVEMBER
2001

November 5: James Carr's compilation CD 'The Complete Goldwax Singles' is released. (DETAILS)

The Allman Brothers Band CD 'American University 12/13/70' is released. (DETAILS)

Jerry Douglas' CD 'Lookout For Hope' is released. (NOTE)
2002

Sam Moore's CD 'Plenty Good Lovin'' is released. (DETAILS)

In the article 'George Jackson From The Heart', published in 'Juke Blues' magazine (UK, issue no. 50, early 2002) George Jackson confirms that Duane Allman played on his sessions at Rick Hall's FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (READ)
EARLY
2002

February 3 & 4: The radio show 'The Allman Brothers Band: Off The Record Classic' is broadcasted. (DETAILS)
FEBRUARY
2002
OCTOBER
2002

October 27: Tom Dowd dies at the age of 77.

Barney Hoskins article 'Southern Men: The Long Tall Saga Of The Allman Brothers Band is published in 'Mojo' Issue 109.
DECEMBER
2002
 

The Allman Brothers Band CD 'S.U.N.Y. At Stonybrook 9/19/71' is released. (DETAILS)

The documentary 'Tom Dowd And The Language Of Music' is premiered.

The Bleus' compilation CD 'The Bleus And Friends - The Complete Collection 1966-1971' is released. (DETAILS)
2003

Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield's CD 'Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes 12/13/68' is released. (NOTE)

March 3: Duane Allman's guitar strap is sold on Ebay for $ 15,000.

March 16: Ed Grisamore's article 'Parting With A Piece Of The Brotherhood' about Duane Allman's guitar strap is published in The Macon Telegraph.
MARCH
2003

The compilation CD 'The Birdwatchers: Double CD Collection' is released.
This CD contains the 2 tracks with Duane by 'The New Rock Band' (an alias used by The Birdwatchers). (DETAILS)
APRIL
2003
JULY
2003

July 1: Herbert Jay Solomon 'Herbie' Mann dies at the age of 73.

September 23: The Allman Brothers Band CD 'The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East - Deluxe Edition' is released. (DETAILS)
SEPTEMBER
2003

October 21: The Allman Brothers Band CD 'Live At The Atlanta International Pop Festival 1970' is released. (DETAILS)
OCTOBER
2003
NOVEMBER
2003

November 5: Singer Bobby Hatfield, best known as one half of the Righteous Brothers, dies in Kalamazoo, MI at the age of 63.
In 1970 he released his solo album '
Messin' In Muscle Shoals (With Music In My Soul)'.

November 17: Arthur Conley dies at his home in Ruurlo in The Netherlands at the age of 57.
  JANUARY
2004

January 12: Candi Staton's compilation CD 'Candi Staton' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)

February 2: The Spencer Wiggins track (with Duane Allman) 'I Never Loved A Woman (The Way I Love You)' is released on the various artists compilation CD 'The Goldwax Story - Volume 2'. (DETAILS)
FEBRUARY
2004
  APRIL
2004

April 26: James Carr's compilation CD 'My Soul Is Satisfied - The Rest Of James Carr' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)

A 20-page interview with Eric Clapton by Nigel Williamson is published in the May 2004 issue of 'Uncut' in the UK.
MAY
2004
 
  JUNE
2004
June 24: Eric Clapton's guitars 'Blackie' (a circa 1956/1957 composite Fender Stratocaster) and the red 1964 Gibson ES-335 are sold at an auction at 'Christies' in New York. 'Blackie' is sold for the amount of 959,500 dollars and the ES-335 for the amount of 847,500 dollars.

'Blackie"

Gibson ES-335

July 26: The Hour Glass compilation CD 'Southbound' is released in the UK'. (NOTE) (DETAILS)

Andy Ellis' article 'How To Play Like... Duane Allman' is published in the July 2004 issue of 'Guitar Player'.
JULY
2004

August 24: The documentary 'Tom Dowd And The Language Of Music' is released on DVD.
AUGUST
2004
 

OCTOBER
2004

October 18: Sage's album 'Sage By Sage' is released on CD in the UK. (DETAILS)

NOVEMBER
2004

November 23::Russell K. Carpenter's book 'Chronicles Of King Curtis: The Triumphs, Travails And Tragedy Of A True Soul Giant' is published.

Doris Duke's CD 'I'm A Loser - The Swamp Dog Sessions...And More' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)
2005  

March 30: Willie Perkins' book 'No Saints, No Saviors - My Years With The Allman Brothers Band' is published.
MARCH
2005
 

May 2: The Ovations CD 'The Ovations featuring Louis Williams: Goldwax Recordings' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)
MAY
2005
 
  JUNE
2005
The documentary 'Southern Rock' is broadcasted in the USA by Country Music Television.

July 12: Steve Alaimo's compilation CD 'Steve Alaimo 50s - 70s' is released. (DETAILS)
JULY
2005
 
  SEPTEMBER
2005
Andy Tennille's article 'Muscle Men: A Look At The Magicians Who Conjured The Muscle Shoals Sound' is published in the September/October issue of Harp Magazine.

Stuart Krause's article 'Duane Allman: The Studio Recordings' is published in the November 2005 issue of 'Discoveries'.
NOVEMBER
2005
 
  2006

The Capricorn Rhythm Section's CD 'Alive At 2nd Street Music Hall' is released. (DETAILS)

JANUARY
2006

January 19: Wilson Pickett dies at the age of 64.

April 10: The Spencer Wiggins compilation CD 'The Goldwax Years' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)
APRIL
2006

April 23: music impresario Phil Walden dies at the age of 66.

May 23: The Allman Brothers Band CD 'Eat A Peach - Deluxe Edition' is released. (DETAILS)
MAY
2006
 

June 19: Laura Lee's compilation CD 'The Chess Collection' is released in the UK. (DETAILS)
JUNE
2006

June 25: Arif Mardin dies in New York at the age of 74.

June 25: Johnny Jenkins dies in Macon, GA at the age of 67.

July 11: Wilson Pickett's compilation CD 'The Definitive Collection' is released. (DETAILS)
JULY
2006
 

September 26: Eric Quincy Tate's CD 'Eric Quincy Tate' is released.
Duane Allman plays on the previously unreleased bonus track 'Comin' Down (demo version)'. (DETAILS)

September 26: Wilson Pickett's compilation CD 'The Definitive Wilson Pickett' is released. (DETAILS)
SEPTEMBER
2006

September 16: Gregg Allman is inducted into the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame in Macon, GA.

October 1: Randy Poe's book 'Skydog - The Duane Allman Story' is published. (PREVIEW)

Michael Ventre's article 'In Memory Of Duane Allman' is published on www.msnbc.msn.com.
OCTOBER
2006
 

November 28: Jan Reid's book 'Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs By Derek And The Dominos' is published. (NOTE)
NOVEMBER
2006
 
  DECEMBER
2006

December 14: Ahmet ErtegŁn, the Turkish-American co-founder and executive of Atlantic Records and chairman of 'The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum' dies at the age of 83.

The Allman Brothers Band CD 'Boston Common 8/17/71' is released. (DETAILS)

Promotional limited edition 9-CD album set comprising the Allman Brothers Band albums 'The Allman Brothers Band', 'Idlewild South', 'At Fillmore East', 'Eat A Peach', 'Beginnings', 'Brothers And Sisters', 'Win, Lose Or Draw', 'Wipe The Windows, Check The Oil, Dollar Gas' and 'Enlightened Rogues' is released in Japan. (DETAILS)
2007  

March 26: Arthur Conley's compilation CD 'The Platinum Collection' is released. (DETAILS)
MARCH
2007
 

Andy Aledort's articles 'Big Brother' (Dickey Betts Remembers Duane Allman) and 'Slide Of Hand' (How To Play Duane Allman's Bottleneck Boogie) are published in the April 2007 issue of 'Guitar World'.

Jesse Gress' article '10 Things You Gotta Do To Play Like Duane Allman' is published in the April 2007 issue of 'Guitar Player'.
APRIL
2007
 

August 28: The Allman Brothers Band Ultradisc CD 'Idlewild South' is released by MoFi (Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab). (DETAILS)
AUGUST
2007
 
  SEPTEMBER
2007

September 9: Hughie Thomasson, founding member of the 'Outlaws' and guitarist of 'Lynyrd Skynyrd' from 1996 until 2005, dies in Brooksville, FL at the age of 55.

October 8: Eric Clapton's compilation album 'Complete Clapton' is released. (DETAILS)

October 9: Irma Thomas's compilation CD 'Two Phases Of Irma Thomas' is released. (DETAILS)

October 16: Aretha Franklin's CD 'Live & Unreleased Recordings From The Golden Reign Of The Queen Of Soul' is released. (DETAILS)
OCTOBER
2007
 

November 12: Lulu's CD 'The Atco Sessions 1969-72' is released. (DETAILS)
NOVEMBER
2007
 
  DECEMBER
2007

December 17: Music producer Joel Dorn, who worked for Atlantic Records in the 1960's and 1970's, dies in New York City at the age of 65.

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