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The first album ever recorded at Macon, Ga.'s Big House — the communal home of the Allman Brothers Band during their late ‘60s/early ‘70s heyday — Let Love Show the Way finds Simo not just reveling in the hallowed space's unique mojo and history, but taking it to a fresh and inspired place.
As a musical unit, Simo, his longtime drummer Adam Abrashoff and bassist Elad Shapiro have an undeniable chemistry, taken to even greater heights with JD playing Duane Allman's 1957 gold-top Les Paul for every track on the record. This is the same six-string heard on the first two Allman Brothers LPs, the same storied guitar that delivered the unforgettable riff on Derek & the Dominoes' "Layla." JD is now part of an elite group of artists-including Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and Wilco's Nels Cline-who share the rare honor of having wielded this talismanic instrument.
"There's definitely a magical element to the recording," Simo says of Let Love Show the Way. "The vibe of the Big House, using Duane's guitar, plus all the touring we'd done leading up to it, all the refinement of the material on the road-it was a perfect storm."
|Two Timin’ Woman|
|Can’t Say Her Name|
|Long May You Sail|
|I’ll Always Be Around|
|I’d Rather Die In Vain|
|Today I’m Here|