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This project came about when Scot Lamar and Joe Davis first
started talking about the Goldtop guitar. Through mutual
conversation it was agreed upon that Joe Davis would be
granted permission to record with the guitar. Once in motion,
the album, entitled
Guitar Magic, became a reality.
Due to the overwhelming obligations of the Joe Davis Band,
Joe called on his old friend Garry Harper, an exceptional
musician in his own right, to play bass on the album. Garry,
being a neighbor and long time friend of bassist Allen Woody,
suggested that Allen's Gibson Thunderbird bass be used on
the recording.

News of the story broke on The Francene Morris Show on
CBS Radio, which aired on Easter Sunday, 2010.

The album is fully recording and is currently in post
Guitar Magic will be comprised of ten
one-of-a-kind songs, including Eric Clapton's hit song "Layla"
(on which this Goldtop was used on the original recording).
The release date is set for mid August.

Check back often for more information.
Garry Harper & Doug Woody
Duane Allman (Nov 20, 1946 - Oct 29, 1971) was the
founding father of the Allman Brothers Band, as well as one of
the most respected session musicians of all time. He
performed with artists such as King Curtis, Aretha Franklin, &
Wilson Pickett. Duane Allman went on to record
Layla and
Other Assorted Love Songs
by Derek and the Dominos. This
album quickly became part of American rock history and a
staple of any guitar lover's collection.
Rolling Stone magazine
ranked him #2 on their 2003 list of the 100 Greatest
Guitarists of all time, second only to Jimi Hendrix.
Allen Woody (Oct 3, 1955 - Aug 26, 2000) joined The Allman
Brothers Band in 1989. He is best known for his tenure in this
band, as well as Gov't Mule, The Artimus Pyle Band, The Peter
Criss Band, and Blue Floyd. He owned a large collection of
guitars, including the Gibson Thunderbird used on this
project, and remains an important influence to many bassists
to this day. The movie
Rising Low was filmed as a
documentary about bass players and was dedicated to Allen's
Music from Guitar Magic now available!

Skydog Woody is a recording project featuring two of the
world's most famous guitars; Duane Allman's 1957 Gibson
Goldtop Les Paul & Allen Woody's Gibson Thunderbird bass.
The Goldtop was used on the Allman Brothers' first albums
and Eric Clapton's
Layla. The Thunderbird was also used on
numerous Allman Brothers' records. With Joe Davis on
vocals/guitars, Garry Harper on bass, and Patrick Daniel
Trombly on drums, the trio intends to showcase the guitars'
legendary status to reignite the magic that these guitars
possess. With the blessings and approvals of all parties
involved, the band is taking on this project with a lot of love
and respect for these guitars and where they come from.
Joe Davis & Duane Allman's 1957 Gibson
Goldtop Les Paul
Garry Harper & Allen Woody's 1976
Gibson Thunderbird Bass
Garry Harper, Patrick Daniel Trombly, Joe Davis
Joe Davis & Doug
Scot Lamar
Joe Davis &
Anthony Yates