Well what I remember most and I am not sure but if another musician reads this I wonder if the would agree with what I am about to say. I saw a bunch of groups there skyneyrd, leon russell the outlaws, marshall tucker band zz top but my faveroites were the New Years eve shows with the allman Brothers Band. Now what I wanted to say was that old cotton warehouse had THE BEST COUSTICS in the city bar none. Not the theather for performing arts, not any of the local clubs the Sanger, nowhere was there any better accoustics with those Les Pauls' sound bouncing off those old wooden rafters. The SOUND in that place was fantastics. I guess so much so that there were a few albums recorded there.ZZ Tops' "Fandango", Wet Willies' "Drippen Wet", The Allman Brothers released "Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas" and only one song. "ain't Waisten Time No More" was released when a double LP was planned.
So The Soumds of Les Pauls' searing the rafters is what I'll remember most as well as the Great groups that appeared there.
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