Table of Contents: Rock 'n' Blues Stew (book)

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Table of Contents
Preface – P. 3

Foreword – P. 6

Introduction – P. 7

Interviews:

1. Bobby Whitlock (Layla and Other Love Songs; All Things Must Pass); p. 17

2. Bonnie Bramlett (Delaney and Bonnie & Friends; On Tour with Eric Clapton); p. 54

3. Levon Helm (Music From Big Pink; Rock of Ages; After the Flood (with Bob Dylan); p. 70
    
4. Danny O’Keefe (“Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues”; “The Road”; “Magdelana”); p. 87

5.  Delaney Bramlett (Delaney and Bonnie & Friends; On Tour with Eric Clapton); p. 99

6. Paul Marshall (Incense and Peppermints – The Strawberry Alarm Clock);
p. 120

7.  Dick Cooper (Road manager, Lynyrd Skynrd; journalist); p. 138

8.  Larry Byrom (Steppenwolf); p. 156

9.  Jack Tempchin (“Peaceful Easy Feeling”); p. 166

10.  John Wyker (Sailcat; “Baby Ruth”); p. 170

11.  James Dalton (solo artist):  The Stone Pony venue, Asbury Park, New Jersey; p. 189

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Essays:

1.    Jam for Duane, 2nd Street Music Hall, Gadsden, AL, 2005; p. 198

2.   Buddy Guy at the Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ; p. 205

3.   Women Who Cook; The Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ, featuring Koko Taylor, Deanna Bogart, Janiva Magness, and Jennifer Wright; p. 208

4.   Roy Buchanan: A life-and-death grip on guitar; p. 214

5.   Robert Randolph & the Family Band at the Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ;    p. 219

6.   Jackie Greene (opening for Buddy Guy); The Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ; p. 222

7.    Bobby Whitlock – The Domino Effect; p. 225

8.   Fleetwood Mac (featuring Peter Green): “How Blues can You Get?”;     p. 233

9.   David Crosby and CPR; William Paterson University, Paterson, NJ;  p. 238

10.        Wildflower Festival (featuring Judy Collins, Roger McGuinn, Janis Ian, and Richie Havens); Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ; p. 242

11.        Rory Block; The Tin Angel, Philadelphia, PA; p. 245

12.        E.G. Kight; The Tropicana Billiards Room, Chattanooga, TN; p. 249

13.        Mike Nesmith:  From the Monkees to a millionaire, you can’t argue with a man in a wool hat; p. 252

CD Reviews:

1. Soup:  A Tour of Two Cities; p. 253
2. Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughn: In Session; p. 258
3. The Mahavishnu Orchestra:  Birds of Fire; p. 262
4. Duane Allman: An Anthology Vol. I and II; p. 267
5. Delaney and Bonnie & Friends: On Tour with Eric Clapton; p. 272
6. The J. Geils Band:  Full House; p. 275
7. Danny O’Keefe:  Don’t Ask; p. 278
8. Eddie Hinton:  Letters from Mississippi; p. 281
9. John Lennon:  Imagine; p. 285
10. Fleetwood Mac:  Kiln House; p. 289
11. Mr. Lucky:  Satisfied; p. 292
12. Swag:  Catch-all; p. 294
13. E.G. Kight:  Trouble; p. 296
14. B.J. Thomas:  You Call That a Mountain? p. 299
15. Richard Thompson:  Action Packed – The Best Of the Capital Years;       p. 302
16. George Harrison:  All Things Must Pass (remastered); p. 306
17. Danny Brooks & the Rockin’ Revelators:  Soulsville –Souled out ‘ n Sanctified; p. 314
18. Derek and the Dominos: In Concert; Live at the Fillmore; p. 317
19. Leo Kottke: 6-and-12-string Guitar; p. 322
20. Leo Kottke:  My Feet are Smiling; p. 324
21. Barbara Blue:  Sell My Jewelry; p. 327
          22. The Allman Brothers Band:  The Allman Brothers Band; Idewild South; The Allman Brothers Band at the Fillmore East; The Fillmore Concerts; Eat a Peach; p. 331
23. Paul Marshall:  Weed and Water; p. 339
24. Duane Allman:  In Memorium: 1946-1971 (bootleg); p. 343
25. The Decoys:  Shot From the Saddle; p. 350
26.  Bobby Whitlock:  It’s About Time; p. 353
27.  Luck Brothers:  Pain; p. 357
26. Judi Jetsunn:  (untitled studio project); p. 359
27. ** Honorable Mention for a few good people; p. 362

Author’s statement: p. 374



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