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|Allman Brothers Band: Austin, TX|
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||Tuesday, September 28, 1971
||7:00 PM *
||The Allman Brothers Band
|| Austin Municipal Auditorium
||Austin, Texas Weather
|Order||Song or Setlist Comment|
|1. ||Statesboro Blues |
|2. ||Trouble No More |
|3. ||Done Somebody Wrong |
|4. ||One Way Out |
|5. ||In Memory of Elizabeth Reed |
|6. ||Hot 'Lanta |
| date from poster|
|To Fan who said this show was at U of Texas: UT was 9/12/70, not 9/28/71|
| It's a Beautful Day, Joe Cocker, Leon Russell and the Shelter People, Pacific Gas & Electric also played|
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|Listenable. Willing to trade.|
|Good recording, good show|
|One of Duane's last recordings, a must for any collector! love to trade or B&P|
|Distant & crowd noise. Willing to trade or b & P.|
|I have lots of Duane era shows. Would like to trade CD's|
|Looking for any Duane & Dicky acoustic sets. I saw them perform September 28, 1971 at Austin, Texas Municipal Auditorium playing Martin and National Steel guitars, and Dobros. They were joined by Tommy Talton & Scott Boyer of "Cowboy".|
|Trade, B&P, etc.|
|I'd be much obliged.|
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|Re: Allman Brothers Band: Austin, TX(Score: 1)|
by Mt_Magnolia_Man on Feb 29, 2012 - 12:39 AM
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|I have a show of this labeled as a "remastered" version which is identical to the 10-15-71 show at Syria Mosque, but with soundboard versions of One Way Out and Liz Reed (I think also part of Done Somebody Wrong) and I think Trouble No More is in its proper spot after Statesboro Blues.|
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