Anthrax -- Attack of the Killer B's: Authentic Guitar TAB by Anthrax

By Anthrax

This album-matching folio includes 12 killer cuts by no means earlier than integrated on any of the band's past efforts. choices comprise: Milk (Ode to Billy) * carry the Noise * hold It within the relations (live) * Startin' Up a Posse * Protest and live on * Chromatic demise * i am the fellow '91 and extra.

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That's why playing the park's such a good thing, because people don't even expect you to be there. And if you're there to play, that's really groovy, and so playing in the park's really a nice thing. About the nicest way you can play is just for nothing, you know. And it's not really for nothing it's for your own personal satisfaction and other people's, rather than for any kind of financial thing. That hangs a lot of people a lot of bread, and you try too hard. Either you can do something, or you can try to do something.

He does so well. "Layla" the title tune from that album real proud of that one, I am, for sure! I went down there to listen to them cut, and Eric had heard my playing and stuff, and he just greeted me like an old partner or something. He says, "Yeah, man, get out your guitar, man! " So I was just going to play on one or two, and then as we kept on going, it kept developing. Incidentally, sides 1, 2, 3, and 4 all the songs are right in the order they were cut from the first day through to "Layla," and then "Thorn Tree" was last on the album.

Our interview was assembled from an early-'70s Capricorn promo release, Duane Allman Dialogues. It begins with Duane's conversation with announcer Ed Shane just after the release of The Allman Brothers Band in 1969. The second half is from Duane's on-air appearance at WPLO-FM following the recording of Derek & The Dominos' Layla in early 1971. This is Ed Shane with Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers. A great new album. Thank you. We worked pretty hard on it. We're real proud of it; we think it's pretty good, too.

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