Allman Brothers — Jessica
Album: Brothers And Sisters
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Released: 1973
Length: 7:23
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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 GeorgeMWoods wrote:
Not something Duane would have allowed.
 
Says who? 
Not something Duane would have allowed.
 msymmes wrote:
Never gets old.


 
Never !
Never gets old.

I've stated this before, forgive me. But can you even imagine a band today, attempting something like this? 

Hell man, this use to be common place for many bands in the 1970s. Ugh. I feel like a dinosaur.
Good to know that Dickey B. is out on the road again.
Dancing in the kitchen, and remembering my brother ... good stuff. Godlike stuff.
 Ag3nt0rang3 wrote:
this song could stop any time now....for real.

 
And then start all over again. 
this song could stop any time now....for real.
One of those songs where you just KNOW who's on guitar. Dickie has a unique sound, and it's most fine.
 ojibwe wrote:


... and it's still too short.
 
but sooo good
 ojibwe wrote:


... and it's still too short.

 
{#Lol}
Excellent, classic tune, but not for the ADD crowd.  {#Arrowd}
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... and it's still too short.
I think this might have come down from Heaven.
Compare to the ingredients in Yes's "Long Distance Runaround"
'Jessica'  is Dickey Betts' Daughter, who was an infant when it was released.
She had bounced along to the song's rhythm, and Betts attempted to capture her attitude with its melody.
{#Roflol}
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p.s.
This was released in 1973, not 1987 as indicated in the Album info provided by RP.