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Published: 2009/07/24

Live at Ludlow Garage

Ludlow Garage was a storied Cincinnati music club in the late 60s and early 70s. The venue began as an auto shop and currently houses an Ace Hardware. Numerous rock bands traveled through the venue during its heyday when it was sometimes known as the Fillmore of the Midwest. Former owner (and area politician) Jim Tarbell has revealed that the club recorded most of the performances that took place within its confines. The 40th Anniversary of Ludlow Garage will be marked with a three disc set of performances from Ludlow Garage, which is expected to include music from the Allman Brothers Band, B.B. King, Taj Mahal and Santana. Speaking of the Allman Brothers Band (and we already have today), the group’s Live at Ludlow Garage: 1970 release boasts the ABB’s longest recorded ‘Mountain Jam,’ which clocks in at 44 minutes.

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