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John David Souther performing Doolin Dalton in April 1973
Tags: Dalton, Doolin, J.D., Souther
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Thanks Jack...a great version, and interesting graphics...I love the way he incorporated the counter song from the "Doolin Dalton reprise"...I saw the Eagles do that song live once, and then tack the reprise on the end of it after a little instrumental coda...that was one of the best concert moments I have experienced, amazing vocals. As someone else who contributed more than a little to the Eagles "repertoire" (as Jackson Browne put it in in the documentary), a generous post on your part. I always thought JD was underrated, and I think his latest work "Natural History", and "If the World wasYou" shows it. By the way, The Funky Kings was underrated too...I might never have found Jules Shear if it hadn't been for your involvement in that...just pulled up Slow Dancing on You Tube...love the bridge "hold me"...great song...
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