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Event Date: Tuesday, March 23, 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. One Way Out
2. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
3. Statesboro Blues
4. Who's Been Talking
5. Black Hearted Woman
6. Stormy Monday
7. The High Cost Of Low Living
8. Into The Mystic
9. Can't Lose What You Never Had
Set II
10. Stand Back
11. Come and Go Blues
12. Gambler's Roll
13. Hot 'Lanta
14. Rocking Horse
15. Afro Blue
16. No One To Run With
Encore
17. Whipping Post
 
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Warren HaynesWarren Rocks
Derek TrucksDerek is so cool
Warren HaynesWarren Rocks
Fansmy pic
On Stage3-23-04 pic1
On Stage3-23-04 pic2
On Stage3-23-04 pic3
 

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Review: Tuesday 3-23-04 (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 25, 2004 - 04:01 PM
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One Way Out
Aint Wastin' Time No More
Statesboro Blues >
Who's Been Talkin'
Black Hearted Woman
Stormy Monday
High Cost of Low Living
Into the Mystic
Can't Lose What You Never Had

Standback
Come and Go Blues
Gambler's Roll
Hot 'Lanta
Rocking Horse >
Afro-Blue >
drums > brief bass solo (Norwegian Wood tease) > returning jam >
No One Left to Run With

Whipping Post


What a difference a day makes.

You really can't tell by looking at the set list (unless you're as big a sucker for "Afro-Blue as I am). But for some ineffable reason, tonight's show was steeped in the mojo.

As the Sopranos theme fades, the band is making tuning noises that evolve into a spacy opening jam; Warren offers a distinct "Les Brers" tease.. Then they throw the switch on a spot-on "One Way Out," with Warren lighting it up. Then the band eases into "Aint Wastin' Time No More" like you ease into a hot bath. I'm running out of ways to say it-- Derek played good. Then Warren. Warren played good too. Nice and good they played.

A brisk "Statesboro Blues," then Warren launches into the opening blues lines of "Who's Been Talkin'" before "Statesboro" has fully grinded to a close, playing with a stinging clarity. After an extended intro-- with beautiful clear tone-- Warren sings the vocals with authority. Derek plays a counter-melody to Warren's soloing; then, with one extended note, Derek turns Warren's blues playing on its side, and now its Derek's Blues, something totally different and singular. Warren steps up and again cuts like a knife, then back into the vocals. There is an extended fade, the music growing soft-- something they are doing more and more often-- and Derek channels fusion playing over the band's bluesy bed on the fade.

"Black Hearted Woman" is driving; then a change of pace to "Stormy Monday." Warren shines as he takes the final solo; he is obviously feeling it tonight on the blues numbers, totally nailing every blues-based solo that comes around. Gregg turns in a nice vocal on "High Cost of Low Living," with Derek putting the song to bed on his extended closing section. Warren steps to the Mic for a moving "Into the Mystic," and the band closes the set with "Can't Lose What You Never Had." The guitarists play lovely harmony lines, then Warren shreds, again playing clean, driving blues. It is a nice, emphatic set closer. The set is well-paced, and even though it is markedly shorter than the night before, it has that special something going on. The band is totally in the groove, in the "now," from start to finish.

A bouncy "Standback" opens the second set, again featuring nice work from Warren. Derek hits the mark on "Come and Go Blues," then Warren follows and again is deep in the blues pocket. "Gambler's Roll" features a gritty Gregg vocal and some soulful organ playing. Gregg's organ provides the ideal lead-in for Derek's lush notes on his solo.

The band flies through a big, sizzling version of "Hot 'Lanta," which gives way to "Rocking Horse." Warren's solo is almost a duet with Oteil, the two of them trading lines, squared off, leaning into each other. Warren brings his solo section to a crescendo with some fast chording. Then Derek immediately goes off in a Miles Davis kind of direction; his solo begins clearly inspired by the horn players he loves. He is playing over the band with an almost be-bop quality. Then, from nowhere, he totally de-constructs the song as he leans hard on a note while he de-tunes-- warping, distorting the note that hangs in the Beacon air, twisting the song like a Mobeus strip. Then he pulls it back in and is off and running again, now in a more traditional vein. It is one of the most thrilling moments of improvisational guitar playing I have ever witnessed.

The closing note of "Rocking Horse" hangs in the air as the band be

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One Way Out: Live at the Beacon Theatre(Score: 1)
by Holt on Dec 01, 2007 - 12:04 PM
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released on this day.


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