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CHRONOLOGY PART 1: 1946-1968

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November 20:
Howard Duane Allman is born at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, TN.

NOVEMBER
1946

December 8:
Gregory Lenoir Allman is born at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, TN.

DECEMBER
1947

 

December 26: Duane's and Gregg's father, Willis Turner Allman, is murdered by a casual acquaintance, named Buddy Green, whom he had offered a ride home from a bar.

DECEMBER
1949

 

Duane and Gregg are send to Castle Heights Military Academy in Lebanon, TN. (NOTE)

FALL
1955

 
Duane and Gregg are taken out of Castle Heights Military Academy (NOTE) and the Allman family move from Nashville, TN to 100 Van Avenue in Daytona Beach, FL. (NOTE)
FEBRUARY 1957  

Miles Davis's compilation album 'Jazz Track' is released. (DETAILS)
This album is mentioned bij Duane in a December 10, 1970 interview with Jon Tiven (New Haven Rock Press). (READ)
1958  

Miles Davis's album 'Kind Of Blue' is released. This album is probably Duane's biggest inspiration. (DETAILS)
This album is mentioned bij Duane in a December 10, 1970 interview with Jon Tiven (New Haven Rock Press). (READ)
1959  
September 10: Gregg buys his first acoustic Silvertone guitar. (NOTE)

SEPTEMBER 1960

Duane gets his first acoustic guitar for Christmas. (NOTE)

CHRISTMAS 1960

Duane & Gregg start their first band 'The Uniques' in Daytona Beach, FL. (NOTE)
Duane & Gregg play in 'The Y Teens'. (NOTE)

1961

For the second time Duane and Gregg are send to Castle Heights Military Academy in Lebanon, TN. (NOTE)
During their stay at Castle Heights Duane & Gregg formed a band called 'The Misfits'. (NOTE)
Duane & Gregg play in 'The Shufflers'. (NOTE)
Duane & Gregg play occasionally in 'The House Rockers', backing up the vocal group 'The Untils'. (NOTE)
Duane & Gregg play occasionally in the 'Lindsey Morris Trio / Lindsey Morris Band'. (NOTE)

1963

Duane & Gregg play in 'The Escorts'. (NOTE)
Duane plays in 'Sweet William & The Stereos' from September until sometime in winter. (NOTE)

1964

Summer 1964: The band '5 Men-Its' is founded, consisting of: Charlie Campbell - Sax, Johnny Sandlin - Drums, Paul Hornsby - Guitar, Paul Ballenger - Keyboards & Vocals and Fred Styles - Bass. (NOTE)
  JANUARY
1965

Davy Graham's album 'Folk, Blues & Beyond...' is released. (DETAILS)
'The Escorts' make recordings at Lee Hazen's cottage studio in Ormond Beach, FL. (NOTE)

SPRING
1965

 
April 17: 'The Escorts' and 'The Nightcrawlers' play as supporting acts at a 'Beach Boys' concert at the Jackie Robinson Ballpark in Daytona Beach, FL. (NOTE)
APRIL
1965
 
The name of the band is changed from 'The Escorts' to 'The Allman Joys'. (NOTE)
SUMMER
1965
 
July 5: After Gregg graduates from high school 'The Allman Joys' play their first gig (outside of Daytona Beach, FL) at the Stork Club in Mobile, AL. They play at the same venue for a few weeks. Bass player Van Harrison is replaced by Bob Keller. (NOTE)
JULY
1965
 
  SEPTEMBER
1965
September 9: 'The Rising Sons' record 'Statesboro Blues' with Ry Cooder, who doesn't play slide on this song. (NOTE)
 

FALL
1965

After the summer Paul Ballenger leaves the '5 Men-Its' (or '5 Minutes' or 'The Minutes') and is replaced by Eddie Hinton on guitar and vocals. Paul Hornsby switched from guitar to keyboards.
In the fall Charlie Campbell and Johnny Sandlin leave the band. Johnny Sandlin is replaced on drums by Bill Connell. (NOTE)
During 1966 'The Allman Joys' play in Savannah, GA, at the Briar Patch in Nashville, TN, Gaslight Square in St. Louis, MO, at Trude Heller's and The Eight Wonder in New York, NY and in Paducah, KY. (NOTE)
'The Allman Joys' back up a teenage girl vocal trio called 'The Sandpipers', out of Pensacola, FL at the Sahara Club in Pensacola. They urge the girls to follow them to New York where they perform at 'Trude Heller's' in Greenwich Village. 'The Sandpipers' landed a recording contract with Trude Heller's 'Tru-Glo-Town Records' and released a few singles with moderate success. 'The Allman Joys', however, were not chosen by Heller to be the studio backing band and the two groups parted ways. A bootleg recording of 'The Allman Joys' backing 'The Sandpipers' does exist as a testimony to this union and includes the song “Remember (Walking in the Sand).” (NOTE)

The compilation album 'What's Shakin' is released. Duane & Gregg are impressed in particular by Paul Butterfield's version of Willie Dixon's 'Spoonful' and a rendition of Robert Johnson's 'Crossraods' performed by Eric Clapton & The Powerhouse. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
1966
Gregg Allman writes 'Melissa'. (NOTE)

Willy Mallory's single 'Faithful / I'll Be Your Jim' is released. (DETAILS)
Bill Connell leaves the '5 Minutes' and becomes the drummer for The Allman Joys. (NOTE)
The Allman Joys go to New York City to play at 'Trudy Heller's' and meet the members of the band 'Blues Magoos'. (NOTE)
Pete Carr meets Duane & Gregg Allman at the Martinique Club in Daytona Beach, FL. after The Allman Joys returned from New York City. (NOTE)
'The Bitter Ind' (with Butch Trucks) plays at the Martinique Club in Daytona Beach, FL. where Butch meets Duane & Gregg.
Duane arranges several gigs for 'The Bitter Ind' at the Beachcomber Club in Jacksonville, FL. (NOTE)

SUMMER
1966

Drummer Johnny Sandlin returns to the '5 Minutes' after Bill Connell left to join The Allman Joys. (NOTE)

July 22: Allman Joys concert at the Spanish Village Patio in Pensacola Beach, FL. (NOTE)
The Spanish Village in Pensacola Beach, FL. is also the place where The Allman Joys and The Minutes (formerly known as 'The 5 Men-Its' and 'The 5 Minutes') meet for the first time. At that time The Minutes consist of: Johnny Sandlin - Drums, Paul Hornsby - Keyboards, Fred Styles - Bass and Eddie Hinton - Guitar & Vocals. After the summer Fred Styles is replaced by Mabron McKinney. (NOTE)
JULY
1966
Allman Joys recording session at Bradley's Barn in Nashville, TN. (NOTE)
AUGUST
1966

The Allman Joys' single 'Spoonful / You Deserve Each Other' is released. (DETAILS)
SEPTEMBER
1966

November 25: 'Allman Joys' concert at Fort Brandon Armory' in Tuscaloosa, AL.
NOVEMBER
1966
 
  FALL / WINTER
1966
After the summer bass player Fred Styles leaves 'The Minutes' and is replaced by Mabron McKinney.
A little later Pete Carr succeeds Eddie Hinton as the guitar player. (NOTE)
  1967

Alnert King's album 'Born Under A Bad Sign' is released. (DETAILS)
January 30: Duane Allman got married to his first wife Patricia 'Patti' Ann Chandlee in Jasper County, SC. (NOTE)
JANUARY 1967  
Bill Connell leaves 'The Allman Joys' after receiving his draft notice. (NOTE)
FEBRUARY / MARCH
1967
 
The 'Allman Joys' and the 'Minutes' join forces. For Pete Carr, guitar player for the 'Minutes', there is no place in the new band. (NOTE)
The new band gather at the house of Johnny Sandlin's parents in Decatur, AL where they rehearse in the garage for a week. Johnny Sandlin records most of the rehearsals. (NOTE)
The new band (called Allman-Act or Allman Joys) plays at the Pepe's A Go Go and other clubs in St. Louis, MO. Some of the live gigs at Pepe's A Go Go are recorded. (NOTE)
Meeting with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and their manager Bill McEuen in St. Louis MO. (NOTE)
Allman-Act (or Allman Joys) record demos of three songs written by Gregg Allman ('Whacha Gonna Do', 'Changing Of The Guard' and 'Richmond') at Boutwell Studio in Birmingham, AL. (NOTE)
Relocation to Los Angeles and the name of the band is changed to 'Hour Glass'.
John McEuen of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: "They came out and lived with the Dirt Band for the first five months. This was spring to summer ’67. The Dirt Band had a house in the Hollywood Hills. It was four floors. It was on Rodgerton Drive in Beachwood Canyon. There was a whole band staying there, the Dirt Band, and then another band moved in, and that was the Hour Glass. Both groups and assorted friends. It was a hippie crash pad of the ’60s because it was full of musicians and a couple of road guys." (NOTE)
MARCH
1967
First US tour of Cream.
Neil Young from 'Buffalo Springfield' visits an Hour Glass concert at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood.
APRIL
1967
10-day tour of Buffalo Springfield.
MAY
1967
May 7: Eric Clapton buys 'Brownie' in London. (NOTE)
June 22: Hour Glass recording sessions at the 'Sound Recorders Studios' in Los Angeles, CA.
JUNE
1967
June 9: Albert King records 'As The Years Go Passing By'.
June 18: 'Buffalo Springfield' (with David Crosby) and Jimi Hendrix play at the Monterey Pop Festival.
JULY
1967
July 26: Clarence Carter records 'Road Of Love' at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL.
August 10, 11, 12 & 15: Recording sessions for the first Hour Glass album: 'Hour Glass' at the 'Sound Recorders Studios' in Los Angeles, CA.
AUGUST
1967

Clarence Carter's single 'She Ain't Gonna Do Right / Road Of Love' is released on Rick Hall's 'Fame' label. Duane doesn't play on these tracks. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
August 20: Cream at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood.
August 21: Recording session for Taj Mahal's first album 'Taj Mahal'. Jesse Ed Davis plays electric slide on 'Statesboro Blues'.
October 15: 'Hour Glass' concert at the First Annual Pop Music Festival at Hughes Stadium in Sacramento, FL. (NOTE)

October 19-21: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.
The Hour Glass single 'Nothing But Tears / Heartbeat' is released.

The album 'Hour Glass' is released. (DETAILS)

Promotional tour of Hour Glass.
Duane & Gregg meet Dickey Betts in Orlando, FL.
In Daytona Beach, FL Pete Carr decides to join Hour Glass on a trip to California. He shares an apartment with Duane in Los Angeles.
OCTOBER
1967
After having been fired from 'The Byrds' David Crosby goes sailing in Florida and meets Joni Mitchell.

November 22: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, CA.
November 30 - December 3: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)
NOVEMBER
1967

Cream album 'Disraeli Gears' released.
November 30 - December 3: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)

December 8 & 9: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Cheetah Club in Venice, CA.

December 15-17: 'Hour Glass' concerts at The Blue Law in Torrance, CA.
December 21: 'Buffalo Springfield' and 'Hour Glass' play at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.
December 22: 'Buffalo Springfield' and 'Hour Glass' play at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.
December 23: 'Buffalo Springfield' and 'Hour Glass' play at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.
DECEMBER
1967

Buffalo Springfield Again' is released.

December 10: Otis Redding dies in a plane crash.
December 16, 17, 19 & 20: Recording sessions for Aretha Franklin's albums 'Lady Soul' and 'Aretha Now' at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York. Eric Clapton plays guitar (overdub) on 'Good To Me As I Am To You'.
Bob Keller replaces Mabron McKinney as the bass player in 'Hour Glass'.
Recordings are made during 'Hour Glass' rehearsals at the 'Troubadour' in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)
LATE
1967
 
  1968

Clarence Carter's album  'This Is Clarence Carter is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)

The 31st Of February's album 'The 31st Of February' is released. (DETAILS)

Barry Goldberg's album  'There's No Hole In My Soul' (aka 'Reunion') is released. (DETAILS)

Percy Sledge's single 'My Special Prayer / Bless Your Little Sweet Soul' is released. (DETAILS)
Duane does a lot of jamming with Stephen Stills. (NOTE)
EARLY
1968

Taj Mahal's first album is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
Pete Carr becomes the bass player of 'Hour Glass' after Bob Keller had disappeared.
Recording sessions for the second Hour Glass album 'Power Of Love' at the Liberty Records Studio in Los Angeles, CA.
JANUARY
1968

January 22: Aretha Franklin's album 'Lady Soul' is released.
Recording sessions for Buffalo Springfield's final album 'Last Time Around' in Los Angeles.
Recording sessions for Joni Mitchell's debut album 'Song To A Seagull' in Los Angeles.
Recording sessions for the second Hour Glass album 'Power Of Love' at the Liberty Records Studio in Los Angeles, CA.

February 9-11: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Avalon Ball Room in San Francisco, CA.
FEBRUARY
1968
February 5: Arthur Conley recording session at the American Studios in Memphis.
March 7-9: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)
The Hour Glass single 'Power Of Love / I Still Want Your Love' is released.
MARCH
1968

The Hour Glass album 'Power Of Love' is released. (DETAILS)
Promotional tour of Hour Glass.
April 22: Hour Glass records demos at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL with Jimmy Johnson as recording engineer. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
APRIL
1968
April 8: Clarence Carter recording session at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL.
April 15-18: Aretha Franklin recording sessions at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City.

May 2: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.
May 3: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.
May 4: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.

May 10-11: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Cheetah Club in Venice, CA.

May 17-18: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Kaleidoscope in Los Angeles, CA.

May 17-19: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Cheetah Club in Venice, CA.

May 24-26: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Avalon Ball Room in San Francisco, CA.
Hour Glass comes into conflict with record company Liberty who are not interested in the recently recorded Hour Glass demos. (NOTE)
In fact Liberty is only interested in promoting Gregg Allman as a solo singer. (NOTE)
MAY
1968
May 5: the final 'Buffalo Springfield' concert.
May 18-19: The first Miami Pop Festival at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, FL.
May 23 & 24: Recording sessions for Taj Mahal's second album 'The Natch'l Blues'.
Aretha Franklin in Europe.

Arthur Conley's album 'Soul Directions' is released. (DETAILS)
Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper & Stephen Stills record 'Super Session'.

June 6-9: 'Hour Glass' concerts at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Los Angeles, CA.
Brian Williams, at the time a young agent for the bookers Agency for the Performing Arts recalls the June 9 show that Sunday night closing set saw Janis Joplin, Eric Burdon, Vic Briggs and a slew of other top shelf musicians sitting in with Greg, Duane and Company - all at the same time. (NOTE)
The members of Hour Glass, besides Gregg Allman, (NOTE) leave Los Angeles and return to St. Louis, MO.  (NOTE)
The 'Greg Allman & The Hour Glass' single
'D-I-V-O-R-C-E / Changing Of The Guard' is released.
JUNE
1968

June 12: Gregg Allman recording session at the Liberty Recording Studios in Hollywood, CA.

June 14: Aretha Franklin's album 'Aretha Now' is released.
June 28: Aretha Franklin in Time Magazine.
JULY
1968

July 18: Buffalo Springfield's album 'Last Time Around' is released.
'The New Rock Band' recording sessions at the Tone Studios in Hialeah, FL. (NOTE)
JULY / AUGUST
1968
 

August 9: 'Hour Glass' concert at the Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, MO. (NOTE)

Jeff Beck's album 'Truth' is released. (NOTE)
AUGUST
1968

The Cream album 'Wheels Of Fire' is released.

'Music From Big Pink' from The Band is released.

King Curtis' album 'Sweet Soul' is released. (DETAILS)
'Hour Glass' breaks up and the band members leave St. Louis, MO. (NOTE)
The 'Greg Allman & The Hour Glass' single 'She Is My Woman / Going Nowhere' is released.
Gregg Allman moves from Los Angeles, CA to Daytona Beach, FL and joins his brother Duane.
Duane and Gregg Allman drive to Jacksonville, FL with the van to make demo recordings with the '31st Of February'. (NOTE)
The '31st Of February' are recording demos at the Tone Studios in Hialeah, FL. (NOTE)
Gregg Allman is called back to Los Angeles by record company Liberty because of an outstanding debt. (NOTE)
The '31st Of February' breaks up as a result of Gregg Allman's departure to Los Angeles, CA. (NOTE)
September 11 & 16: 'The Bleus' recording sessions at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN.
Additional recordings were made the same month at Muscle Shoals, AL.
Duane Allman plays on the tracks "Milk And Honey", "Leavin' Lisa" and "Julianna's Gone". (NOTE)
Duane Allman goes to Muscle Shoals, AL and asks Rick Hall of Fame Recording Studios for a job as studio musician. Rick Hall can't offer Duane any work at that time, because he already has enough session guitarists, but Duane decides to hang out and wait for an opportunity to arrive. (NOTE)
September 18 & 19: Clarence Carter recording sessions at at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL.  (NOTE)
SEPTEMBER
1968
September 19: Wilson Pickett recording session at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
September 23-27: Recording sessions for Aretha Franklin's 'Soul 69' album at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City.
The 'Greg Allman & The Hour Glass' single 'Now Is The Time / She Is My Woman' is released.
Duane Allman plays on a number of Clarence Carter recordings at Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)

The New Rock Band's single 'Rock Steady / Little David' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
October 9 & 10: Laura Lee recording sessions at at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL.  (NOTE)
October 28-31: Wilson Pickettt recording sessions at at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL.  (NOTE)
OCTOBER
1968
October 3: Clarence Carter recording session at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
October 8-9: Laura Lee recording sessions at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
October 23: King Curtis recording session at the Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. (NOTE)

Aretha Franklin's album 'Aretha In Paris' is released.

Jimi Hendrix' album 'Electric Ladyland' is released.
Clarence Carters single 'Too Weak To Fight / Let Me Comfort You' is released. Duane doesn't play on these tracks.

The Bleus' single 'Milk And Honey / Leavin' Lisa' is released. (DETAILS)
Duane Allman, who stayed with Berry Oakley in Jacksonville, FL at that time, receives a telegram from Rick Hall with an invitation to play at a Wilson Pickett recording session. (NOTE)
November 1: Barry Goldberg recording sessions at Quin Ivy Studios in Sheffield, Muscle Shoals, AL for the album '2 Jews Blues'. Duane plays on the track 'Twice A Man. (NOTE)
November 12: Clarence Carter's recording session for 'The Road Of Love' at Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. This would become the first commercially released recording to feature Duane playing a slide guitar solo. This song was originally recorded on July 26, 1967 and on November 12, 1968 it was re-recorded. (NOTE)
November 12 & 13: Clarence Carter's recording sessions at Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
November 27: Wilson Pickett recording session at Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
Rick Hall gives Jerry Wexler a call and plays Wilson Pickett's recording of 'Hey Jude' over the telephone. Jerry Wexler is pretty impressed and decides to release it as a single. (NOTE)
Rick Hall asks Duane Allman to move from Jacksonville, FL to Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
Jerry Wexler informs Tom Dowd about Duane Allman. (NOTE)
Arthur Conley recording sessions at Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
NOVEMBER
1968
November 2: Clarence Carter's 'Too Weak To Fight' enters the Cash Box Top 100. 

November 8: the various artists album 'The Original Soul Christmas' is released. Duane doesn't play on this album. (DETAILS)
November 16: Wilson Pickett's 'A Man And A Half' enters the Cash Box Top 100. Duane doesn't play on this song.

November 21: The Beatles' album 'The Beatles' is released in the UK.

November 25: King Curtis' single 'The Christmas Song / What Are You Doing New Year's Eve' is released. Duane doesn't play on these songs. (DETAILS)

November 25: Clarence Carter's single 'Back Door Santa / That Old Time Feeling' is released. Duane doesn't play on these songs. (DETAILS)

November 25: The Beatles' album 'The Beatles' is released in the USA.
November 26: 'Cream' plays two farewell concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London. (NOTE)
December 2: Clarence Carter recording session at Fame Recording Studios. The track 'Light My Fire' is recorded. (NOTE)
December 3: Wilson Pickett recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)
December 6: Arthur Conley recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)
December 14: 'The Lovelles' recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)
The Wilson Pickett single 'Hey Jude / Search Your Heart' is released.
The Arthur Conley single 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da / Otis Sleep On' is released.

Willie Walker's single 'A Lucky Loser / Warm To Cool To Cold' is released. (DETAILS)
December 17-19: The Soul Survivors recording sessions at Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. (NOTE)
Duane returned to Jacksonville and then went to the Miami Pop Festival. (NOTE)
December 21: Wilson Pickett's 'Hey Jude' enters the Cash Box Top 100.
December 21: Cash Box review of Arthur Conley's 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da'.
December 28: Wilson Pickett's 'Hey Jude' enters the Billboard Top 100.
DECEMBER
1968

December 2: George Harrison's album 'Wonderwall Music' is released in the USA.
December 10-11: Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus with a.o. the Taj Mahal band. Mick Jagger saw that band perform at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood earlier in 1968.
December 13 & 14: In New York a 'Super Session' concert is recorded and Johnny Winter makes his New York début at the Fillmore East.

December 28-30: The second Miami Pop Festival at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, FL.
Willie Walker recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)
Spencer Wiggins recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)
Laura Lee recording session at Fame Recording Studios. (NOTE)

Spencer Wiggins' single 'I Never Loved A Woman (The Way I Love You) / Soul City USA' is released. (NOTE) (DETAILS)
LATE
1968
 

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