Jaesen Kanter

Nurturing and Exploring the Subconscious Realm

To Delaney & Bonnie From The Friends Of The Poor Elijah Foundation

New CD From Michael Allman

“Livin On The Open Road”

“Get Ourselves Together”

Recorded to honor the music and influence of Delaney & Bonnie and Friends

and the benefit of Poor Elijah Foundation




Friends of the Poor Elijah Foundation
Michael Allman – Vocals
Tony Tyler – Guitar & Vocals
Ike Stubblefield – B-3 Organ & Piano
Todd Smallie – Bass
Yonrico Scott – Drums & Percussion
Donna Hopkins – Vocals on Get Ourselves Together
Laura D’Orsi – vocals on Livin’ on the Open Road
Produced by Floyd (Tom) Skinner
Executive Producer – Gina McClain
Engineered by Miguel Scott
Edited and Mixed by Miguel Scott & Floyd (Tom) Skinner
Recorded at Tree Sound Studios Norcross,GA
Mastered by Miguel Scott at Tree Sound Studios Norcross,GA
Original Painting (cover) by Michelle Bramlett
Digital Art Design by Jaesen Kanter

A Very Special Thanks to Paul Diaz for his Unmatched Generosity

An All-Skinn Music Group Production for the Benefit of The Poor Elijah Foundation – 2010

Below is a writing about the art work for the CD cover

“Just Paint What Your Dad Loved”


Acrylic on canvas panel by Michele Bramlett

Digital art by Jaesen Kanter

Michael Allman and Friends of Poor Elijah Foundation CD cover for singles

“Livin On The Open Road” / “Get Ourselves Together” honoring Delaney & Bonnie and Friends.

“Just Paint What Your Dad Loved” were the words of Michael Allman as we discussed the cover art for his CD

“To Delaney & Bonnie From The Friends of the Poor Elijah Foundation”

The figure in the top right corner is honoring Michael Allman and his dedication to the movement of PEF and the induction of D&B and Friends into the RRHOF. Michael, with F Tom Skinner, and ”Friends of Poor Elijah” did an amazing job and the Bramlett family is so proud. You rocked it. Thank you.

Dad loved horses and he loved to ride. He loved our “Rock and Roll Ranch”. He loved being home.

My Dad was a brilliant composer and loved and rocked the most soulful horn sections.

He heard music in his head all the time.

The guitar is a given…I can’t even imagine Dad without his guitar close by.

He loved, and was influenced by, Robert Johnson. Dad said, “He was a good friend of mine ‘long time ‘fore I was born”.

He loved his front porch. Swinging and singing and sitting on his chair and playin guitar and talking and telling stories

and looking at his roses

I painted the corner of the album “The Original Delaney & Bonnie and Friends- Accept No Substitute” to honor the Magic.

The figure in the top left corner is from an image Jaesen created. My Dad loved to fly in his dreams.

This symbolism was created during the first works of the Elijah Series.

It represents Dads hand and who he touched directly. Those he taught, mentored, inspired, and loved.

The back cover is an image of an empty greyhound tour bus by Jaesen Kanter.

Can you imagine the stories on that bus?


Michele Bramlett

The Poor Elijah Foundation is dedicated to assisting musicians in need develop strong business ethics within the music industry and providing financial relief to the working musician aspiring to learn and who does not qualify for assistance from charities that require long term and/or professional establishment in the music industry. Through mentors, workshops, and camps, PEF will take the working musician and educate them in various aspects of the music industry e.g. engineering, management, publishing, money management, contract negotiations, and musical education to elevate the art of the artist fostering skills to become more proficient in their craft. The long and short term plan is to raise monies through the production and promotion of charitable musical events, art exhibits, DVDs, CDs, and any other such fund-raising that are permitted under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Once all corporation costs are met; the remaining monies raised will go directly to the education/mentoring of and or assisting the musicians with financial relief.

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