WILSON PICKETT:
Un' Avventura / Amo Te (I'm In Love)
(45 rpm single)

  

Original release:
45 rpm single: Atlantic (Italy) ATL-NP 03097 (1969)

Other releases:

45 rpm single: Atlantic H 431 (1969)

1.
Un' Avventura
2.
Amo Te

Duane Allman plays on track 1.

Source: Stuart Krause: 'Duane Allman: The Studio Recordings'
published in the November 2005 issue of 'Discoveries'


Update September 26, 2010:
The Italian language single "Un' Avventura" , unreleased in the US, was performed by Pickett in the 19th Festival of San Remo, Italy, January 1969. This track was produced by Tom Dowd.

"Amo Te" is a semi-Italian language version of "I'm in love", first released on the 1968 Atlantic album "I'm In Love". For "Amo Te" the same backing tracks were used. The liner notes of the 1992 Rhino/Atlantic CD release "A Man And A Half - The Best Of Wilson Pickett" tell us that the recordings were made on July 1, 1967 at the American Studio in Memphis, TN. In 1967 Duane Allman wasn't a studio musician yet, and therefore it is not possible that he plays on "I'm In Love" and "Amo Te".


Track 1 also released as:

45 rpm single (promotional copy): Atlantic (Italy) ATL-JB 03923: Wilson Pickett: Un' Avventura / The Sweet Inspirations: Baci, Baci, Baci (1969)

Duane Allman plays on track 1.
Source: Stuart Krause: 'Duane Allman: The Studio Recordings'
published in the November 2005 issue of 'Discoveries'