DUANE ALLMAN

 

Last updated: June 29, 2016

UNRELEASED TRACKS

[ INDEX ]

 
Chronological list of officially unreleased tracks with Duane Allman
(and a few without Duane Allman)
RECORDING
DATE
ARTIST SONG TITLE REMARKS
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS My Love (version 1)
[recording not available]
In 1964 and 1965 The Escorts recorded many tracks in Lee Hazen's
cottage studio (or kitchen) in Ormond Beach, FL.
The Escorts used to play these tapes for potential club gigs
so the owner would know what they sounded like.
3 of these tracks were released in 2013 on:
'
Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective' (7-CD box set):
"Turn On Your Love Light"
"No Name Instrumental"
"What'd I Say"
Here are the other titles they recorded.
(Thanks to Joe Bell for this information)
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Mr. Moonlight
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Oh, Pretty Woman
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS That Boy
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Hi-Heel Sneakers
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Love Potion No. 9
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS Goldfinger
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(1st session)
THE ESCORTS There's A Thrill On The Hill
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Always It's You (take 1)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Always It's You (take 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Candy Man (with false start)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Candy Man (take 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Some Sunny Day
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (first try)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS My Love (version 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Ferry Cross The Mersey
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Bread And Butter
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Memphis (instrumental)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(2nd session)
THE ESCORTS Tryin' Time (instrumental)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS I've Been Trying (Keep On Trying)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS The Last Time
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (best take)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS Good Lovin'
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS She's About A Mover
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS Let It Shine
(this is probably the same recording
as the released "Turn On Your Love Light")
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS I Need To Belong To Someone
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS Hitch Hike
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1964/1965
(3rd session)
THE ESCORTS Empty Heart
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Break Theme
[recording not available]
Around late 1964 or early 1965 Duane Allman
left "The Escorts" for a few months to play with
"Sweet William & Stereos" in Fort Pierce, FL
in a big club called the Shamrock.
Jim Matherly, the regular guitarist of
"Sweet William & The Stereos" took over
Duane's place in "The Escorts".
Lee Hazen made recordings of a rehearsal
of "The Escorts" without Duane Allman
at the Martinique Club in Daytona Beach, FL.

Gregg Allman - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica
Jim Matherly - Guitar
Van Harrison - Bass, Vocals
Maynard Portwood - Drums
(Thanks to Joe Bell for this information)
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
I Used To Love Her (take 1)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
I Used To Love Her (take 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
What'd I Say
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Instrumental
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Big Boss Man
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
You're The One
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Watermelon Man (instrumental)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
The House Of The Rising Sun (take 1)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
The House Of The Rising Sun (take 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
The Swim (take 1)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
The Swim (take 2)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
That Boy (incomplete)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
That Boy (takes 2 & 3)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Rainbow In My Heart
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Hi-Heel Sneakers
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Cryin' Over You
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Instrumental
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
Memphis (instrumental)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
1965 THE ESCORTS
(without DUANE ALLMAN)
That Boy (take 4)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS Hitch Hike
[recording not available]
On April 17, 1965 The Escorts (and The Nightcrawlers)
opened for The Beach Boys at the City Island Ball Park
(now the Jackie Robinson Ballpark) in Daytona Beach, FL.
Lee Hazen recorded the PA mix of the vocals.
(Thanks to Joe Bell for this information)
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS Good Lovin'
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS I've Been Trying (Keep On Trying)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS Turn On Your Love Light
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS The Game Of Love
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-17-1965 THE ESCORTS What'd I Say
(alternating verse by verse
with The Nightcrawlers)
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Mustang Sally
[recording not available]
When the 'Allman Joys' and the 'Minutes' joined forces
they gathered at the house of Johnny Sandlin's parents in Decatur, AL
where they rehearsed in the garage for a week.
Johnny Sandlin recorded most of the rehearsals.
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT These Arms Of Mine
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Love Light
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Outside Looking In
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Feel So Bad
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Stormy Monday
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Whatcha Gonna Do
[recording not available]
Before relocating to Los Angeles, CA and changing the name
to 'Hour Glass' the band recorded 3 demos
at Boutwell Studio in Birmingham, AL.
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Changing Of The Guard
[recording not available]
- same as above -
03-1967 ALLMAN-ACT Richmond
[recording not available]
- same as above -
Late 1967 HOUR GLASS Try A Little Tenderness
[recording not available]
Recorded during rehearsals at the 'Troubadour'
in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
Late 1967 HOUR GLASS B.B. King Medley
[recording not available]
- same as above -
Late 1967 HOUR GLASS Slim Jenkins' Place
[recording not available]
- same as above -
02-1969 DUANE ALLMAN Down Along The Cove (instrumental)
Recorded at FAME Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL
for Duane Allman's never released solo album.
From these recording sessions only the tracks
"Goin' Down Slow", "No Money Down" and "Happily Married Man"
were officially released on 'Duane Allman: An Anthology' (vol. 1 & 2, 1972, 1974)
and the Dreams box set (1989).
02-1969 DUANE ALLMAN Steal Away
- same as above -
02-1969 DUANE ALLMAN Dimples

 (DETAILED INFO)
- same as above -
02-1969 DUANE ALLMAN Bad News
[recording not available]
- same as above -
02-1969 DUANE ALLMAN Neighbor, Neighbor
[recording not available]
- same as above -
04-1969 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Don't Want You No More
Demo recorded at Capricorn Studios, Macon, GA.
From these recording sessions only the track "Dreams"
was officially released on the Dreams box set (1989).
04-1969 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND It's Not My Cross To Bear
- same as above -
04-1969 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Trouble No More
- same as above -
05-05/10-1969 BOZ SCAGGS Loan Me A Dime
(studio rehearsal)
Rehearsal at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL.
09-1969 COLEMAN-HINTON PROJECT What Goes On

 (MORE INFO)

This is an unreleased alternate mix of
"What Goes On" with Duane Allman on dobro,
but without John Hughey's pedal steelguitar.
This version is a few seconds longer than the released version.

1969/1970 ??? JOHN SIMON Steinway And Sons March

 (MORE INFO)
Duane Allman was asked by John Simon to play on his 1970 album
'John Simon's Album', but eventually he couldn't make it,
and Eddie Hinton played guitar on the record.
But there were some rehearsals in New York with Duane.
1969/1970 ??? JOHN SIMON You Wouldn't Know The Truth
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Revival
Demos, early versions, alternate versions & mixes
recorded at Capricorn Studios, Macon, GA
and Criteria Studios, Miami, FL
during the recording sessions
for the album 'Idlewild South'.
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Don't Keep Me Wondering
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Midnight Rider
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (version #1)
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (version #2)
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Hoochie Coochie Man
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Leave My Blues At Home
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND One More Ride
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND One More Ride (with vocals)
- same as above -
02/05/06/07-1970 ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Statesboro Blues
(without 2nd guitar solo)
- same as above -
08/09/10-1970 DEREK AND THE DOMINOS Layla
(out of tune version)
Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL
during the sessions for the album
'Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs'.
Released on the 1993 Derek & The Dominos bootleg CD
'Layla And Other Assorted Unreleased Songs'.
08/09/10-1970 DEREK AND THE DOMINOS Nobody Knows You
When You're Down And Out
(alternate mix with false start)
- same as above -
08/09/10-1970 DEREK AND THE DOMINOS Jam IV
(complete)
Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL
during the sessions for the album
'Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs'.
The length of the version of "Jam IV", released on the 1990 3-CD boxset
'The Layla Sessions - 20th Anniversary Edition', is 12:21.
This is the complete "Jam IV" (19:17) as released on the
2012 6-CD Derek & The Dominos bootleg box
'Layla sessions And More... Into The Mystic'.
08/09/10-1970 DEREK AND THE DOMINOS Jam IV
(complete, rough mix)
- same as above -
The length of this rough mix of "Jam IV" is 20:27.
08/09/10-1970 ERIC CLAPTON & DUANE ALLMAN Jam IX
- same as above -
A little jam with Eric Clapton & Duane Allman only.
Early 1971 THE BOOGER BAND Jam (partial)

 (MORE INFO)
Atlanta, GA, unknown location:
Will Boulware - Electric Piano
Joel Maloney - Drums
Duane Allman - Guitar
Dickey Betts - Guitar (in the background)
04-21-1971 HERBIE MANN 1953 Blue Boogie Children

 (MORE INFO)
Recording session in New York
for Herbie Mann's unreleased album "Flute, Air And Rock"
(aka "Herbie Mann '71") (Embryo SD 533).
06-16-1971 DUANE ALLMAN Little Martha
(backstage)
Recorded backstage (with a lot of talking)
at the Municipal Auditorium in Birmingham, AL.
This is the only known 'live' recording of "Little Martha".
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