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Event Date: Thursday, March 18, 2004
Start Time: 7:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Beacon Theatre
Location: New York, New York Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map
 
OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Mountain Jam
2. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
3. Trouble No More
4. Midnight Rider
5. Forty-Four Blues
6. Black Hearted Woman
7. The High Cost Of Low Living
8. Key To The Highway
with Chris Robinson, vocal & harp
9. Instrumental Illness
Set II
10. Wasted Words
11. Woman Across The River
12. Old Before My Time
13. Every Hungry Woman
14. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
15. Rocking Horse
16. Afro Blue
17. Mountain Jam
Encore
18. One Way Out
 
GalleryDescription
ABB OnstageBeacon 3/27/04
ABB OnstageBeacon 3/18/2004
ABB OnstageDerek & Warren 1
ABB OnstageABB 1
ABB OnstageGreg Up Close
ABB OnstageGregg
ArtDerek & Warren 2
 

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I've been to many a brothers show, nothing like this. I need to have a copy of this show. I don't have a burner but if you could e-mail me hopefully we could work something out. Thanks
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1.ABB - Beacon, NYC, 3/18/2004 (Frank Scheck)

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 19, 2004 - 12:53 PM
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For reference, I'll just paste in Jim B's setlist:

1st Set: Mountain Jam, I Walk On Gilded Splinters, Trouble No More,
Midnight Rider, Forty Four Blues, Black Hearted Woman, High Cost Of Low
Living, Key To The Highway*, Instrumental Illness
2nd Set: Wasted Words, Woman Across The River, Old Before My Time, Every
Hungry Woman, Ain't Wastin' Time No More, Rockin' Horse, Afro Blue> Drums>
Mountain Jam
--Encore--, One Way Out
*w/Chris Robinson on vocals & harmonica

I fear the Allman Brothers may have committed a grave tactical error last night. See, opening night at the Beacon is like opening day for your favorite baseball team-- full of freshness and hope. But is isn't the play-offs, if you know what I mean. You expect the band to lay down a foundation, "establish the running game" so to speak (I know I'm mixing sports). Plant a stake in the ground. Then as the run wears on they get better and better.

They're really not supposed to be this good opening night.

Overall, I'd have to say guitar-wise the night belonged to Derek-- apparently by design, as he was the featured soloist in a majority of the songs.

The curtain went up, boom, and there they were, making tuning noises, very casually, out of which eventually sprang Derek's unmistakable tone dancing around the pre-theme licks to "Mountain Jam," Butch laying down the bottom. Derek tossed off long weavy lines, eventually joined by Warren as the two of them worked their way over to the song's theme. Then Derek is soloing again, teasing against the melody of the song, then trading with Warren. Gregg announces his presence with a burst of organ fire, joining the two guitarists; then Gregg is soloing, and Derek ambles over to him, the better to compliment Gregg's rich organ lines with those Derek flourishes.

The song-- arranged, clearly, for a shorter version-- comes to a full stop a little earlier than you'd expect for the drum solo, and the three drummers go at it. Marc is driving the drum jam from the high end. Soon the drummers, then band, lock into a solid driving groove that turns out to be the Dr. John song, "I Walk on Gilded Splinters." The group harmony vocals are spot on (although from where I am standing-- on the stage-- it is hard to hear Gregg). Derek takes a solo, then back into the verse. Again Marc drives the locomotive as Derek and Warren engage in a brief slide duel.

It is, to say the least, one hell of an opening.

An upbeat "Trouble No More" is followed by "Midnight Rider," a "just-so story" type of song that has the crowd singing along. Then the snaky riffage to "Forty-Four," with Warren asserting himself on his first vocal of the evening. Derek drops lines over the fake outro-- I'll call it the mid-tro-- as if he is totally oblivious to the concept of time; he is in no hurry, the song snakes along, Derek periodically unleashes a fat, ringing line. Blazing, yet laconic licks. I don't know how he does it. Then the band picks up steam, Oteil driving them to a crescendo, and Warren is back into the verse. Again Derek solos over the bouncy riff on the real outro, which is shorter than the fake one. Another early highlight.

Oteil drives "Black Hearted Woman," and especially the jam on the outro. "High Cost of Low Living" is up next, a vocal tour de force for Gregg. Warren plays some nice, round-toned solo licks around the verse. Then Derek fills the room with icy-cool soloing-- his tone is remarkable all night-- and makes his way over to Gregg as Gregg begins accompanying the solo on keyboard. Warren adds licks to Derek's solo, and soon it evolves into a musical conversation between the two guitarists. The full band closes the tune with a sweet melodic touchdown.

Next Warren introduces Chris Robinson, and the band launches into "Key to the Highway" (Marc sits this one out). Gregg sings the first verses, then Warren plays a gloriou

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by myeggcream on Mar 21, 2004 - 03:42 AM
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hello i have been to many an allman brothers show and boy this one might have to top them all..i know it's a huge thing to say but i watched a good part of it through binoculars and it puts a whole new spin on the show. the faces on the players were so intense at times i felt very close to them. i can't explain it better but i left the show with a huge smile on my face and i think i could have ran back home to staten island. it gave me a lot of energy. i would love to get to see another but i hope they make a cd of the show of 3/18/2004. it would be great if they did the same thing the dead and ratdog are doing. having available cd's of the shows..great idea..peace to all


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