Master boogies song and dance when the shit hits the fan


Drum set principal Luke Appleton-Webster and his group return for a second performance of Amy Winehouse's influential and best-selling album  Back to Black  in its entirety.

One of their first gigs after the tragedy was Thanksgiving night at Carnegie Hall. The trademark dual guitar harmonies and inter-play were missing — but the band still boogied hard, strong and soaring. It was as if each of the five had expanded some to fill the empty space, and a different kind of internal structure started to grow. Dicky Betts guitar smoked for sure, prodded by Berry Oakley's driving bass it drove into new regions. Since then the band has grown even tighter. "The brother spirit is there," Berry says. "And the bond is really strong." Work had begun on their fourth album, and three tracks were completed with Duane before the accident. According to Dicky, the original idea was an album with a "light, airy, free kind of feel" to go along with the title, Eat a Peach (Capricorn ZCP 0102). The music on this double album is drawn from three different sources; live tracks from Fillmore East (most cut at the same gig that resulted in the earlier live album), studio sessions done with Duane last fall, and one whole side from the "new" band, recorded in mid-January.


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