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Duane's Tune is worth the price alone!
Robert S. Campbell | Fayetteville, NC USA | 10/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Now I am what one would call an Allmaniac. All things Allman are sacred to me, so this review may be slightly biased. Seriously, I bought this album when it first came out and I played it until it bled. Dickey Betts has lined up a tremendous outfit and together they bring about some very tasty music. Warren Haynes pushes Dickey to new levels of playing and it quite obvious on Rockbottom and Duanes Tune. Matt Abts' drumming is incredible, and Johnny Neel brings some nice vocals to the table. If your in to Jambands and Southern Fusion than this recording is for you."
An important album
D. McDermond | US | 10/05/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This should be heard just for the fact that it was 3 parts future Allman Brothers (Betts, Warren Haynes and Jonny Neel) and 2 parts future Gov't Mule (Warren, again and Matt Abts). And it serves as a blueprint for the 90's rennaisance of the Allmans sounds as well as what was to come of the Mule."
Great Dickey Betts Solo Album
The Footpath Cowboy | Kingston, NY United States | 08/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"PATTERN DISRUPTIVE is a great solo album by Dickey Betts. It's harder-edged than his 70s work with the Allman Brothers Band, but that doesn't matter, because that band's influence is very much in abundance here. The best song on this CD is "Time To Roll", which features co-guitarist Warren Haynes on lead vocals. Given that both Betts and Haynes advocate sanctions against Indonesia in retaliation for that country's trumped-up drug-smuggling conviction of a young Australian tourist, one could say that Haynes is telling his woman, "You planned a Bali vacation for us, so I'm leaving you and moving on." This is a great CD, so pick it up if you find it."