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Event Date: Friday, March 26, 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. Can't Lose What You Never Had
2. No One To Run With
3. Statesboro Blues
4. Rocking Horse
5. Good Clean Fun
6. Good Morning Little School Girl
7. Leave My Blues at Home
8. One Way Out
with Lee Roy Parnell, guitar
Set II
9. Mountain Jam
10. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
11. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
12. The Same Thing
Yon Rico Scott, drums; Danny Louis, keyboards
13. Don't Think Twice
with Susan Tedeschi, guitar & vocals
14. The High Cost Of Low Living
15. Mountain Jam
Reprise
Encore
16. Dreams
Susan Tedeschi, guitar; James van de Bogert, drums-no Jaimoe; Seth Trucks, percussion
Deep Banana Blackout Horns: Bryan Smith: Trombone, Rob Somerville: Tenor Sax
Encore II
17. Southbound
Susan Tedeschi, guitar; James van de Bogert, drums-no Jaimoe; Seth Trucks, percussion
Deep Banana Blackout Horns: Bryan Smith: Trombone, Rob Somerville: Tenor Sax
 
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Great show and recording. Trades only for a while please. Check my list for what I'm looking for.
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Please!!!! I need a CD of this show. Have nothing to trade, but will gladly pay $$. THANKS.
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Wanted - Beacon Mar 26th. Please contact me at alowery@jetsonsys.com
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Looking for two Cd Copys of 3-26 Beacon Show
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Would like to have this show, could b&p if anyone is of a mind to. Please leave an offline message,or could trade the show for March 18/04
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I'd very much appreciate a copy o this show. Thanks.
CDRgreasyslide
Don't have many Allman Brothers shows to trade, 1 1986 show and a 2005 show. Also have some other bands and am willing to trade. Really want this show. Have been looking for it for a long time.
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I am new to the site and I am looking for copies of the two Beacon shows with Lee Roy Parnell sitting in. Thanks.
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Please help a fellow brother get his hands on a copy of this great show!! whit@ecsllcusa.com
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I would love to get a tape of this show...anyone help
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Looking for a trade or B&P for all of the March 2004 Beacon shows please.
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My first Beacon show...you never forget your first time!
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Just getting started - any help would be appreciated!
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Is there a way to buy the cd from this show. Could'nt you do that last year.
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Just looking for a recording of this show
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love to have show will trade other cds i have
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Was at 25th and 26th shows...Instead of B&P...I have a server..would that work? TWhitt420@yahoo.com Dying to hear again!!
1.Review of 3/26/04 show at the Beacon (Christopher Doughert)
2.03-26-04 (Second FRI) (josh chasin)

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Review: 3/26/04 (FRI) (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 27, 2004 - 02:56 PM
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Can't Lose What You Never Had
No One To Run With
Statesboro Blues
Rocking Horse
Good Clean Fun
Old Before My Time
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Leave My Blues At Home
One Way Out (Leroy Parnell)

Mountain Jam > drums >
Walk On Gilded Splinters
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
The Same Thing (with Danny Louis)
Don't Think Twice (with Susan T.)
High Cost of Low Living >
Mountain Jam (conclusion)

I've Got Dreams to Remember (DBB horns)
Southbound (with horns, Danny L. and Susan T.)

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We have reached the point now where criticism, per se, is just wholly subjective. "Don't worry, we'll get better," Warren joked when I complained the opening night was too good.

Who knew?

The show begins a little on the late side, at 8:30, with Bert acknowledging the 35th anniversary in his introduction. "Can't Lose What You Never Had," a fine first set closer earlier in the run, is also a fine set opener. Derek's cutting licks ride atop Warren's insistent rhythm playing, lightly under the verse, then to the fore between the singing. Then Warren's concise solo brings the song to a high octane finish.

Then "No One to Run With," a solid 1-2 opening that clearly pleases the crowd. Warren tosses off the song's Bo Diddley chords as Derek plays against them. On "Statesboro Blues," Derek's solo late in the song is especially transcendent.

"Rocking Horse" is up next. Warren begins his solo section with a feedback-drenched note. Playing off of Oteil, he moves from chords to bleeding, blistering notes. For his solo, Derek uses some jazzy chording to establish a space, then when he's satisfied he plays a blues-based lead that he winds down, then he's peeling off slightly dissonant lines as he builds and builds again. Oteil goes deeper, dropping the bottom down a flight of stairs on Derek, who's fingers are now a blur as he flies across the fretboard, filling the house with line after line. Then Derek, Warren and Oteil all fall into harmonic playing, and the band slams back into the song.

Tonight "Rocking Horse" gives way to "Good Clean Fun," one of the better songs it is paired with; the band seems to like to launch right into something out of the last stinging off-kilter note of the song. "Good Clean Fun" is propelled by Warren's fine rhythm playing. Derek takes a solo, with Warren adding guitar harmony to it; Gregg solos on the organ over the outro, then Derek joins in, then Warren, chording, pushing the jam on. It is pure nasty groove.

This band puts guitars-- and solos and lead playing-- so much to the fore that sometimes the classic rhythm playing can get overlooked. Warren is one of the finest rhythm players doing this kind of music, and on many songs-- this one, "No One to Run With"-- it is his rhythm guitar that pushes the band, lays down the groove that defines the song and gives the others the melodic riffing to lock onto.

On "Old Before My Time," Warren's solo tells the song's story with heartfelt melodic resonance; Derek offers up a tasty lick before the vocal close. This song is almost a folk song.

"Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" is next, a vehicle for the kind of extended improvisational dynamic work that has peppered this run and become one of the most exciting places in the show. Derek and Oteil lay the bottom down as Warren sings, then Warren takes that solo of his, playing over Oteil, totally nailing the blues, straining against the song's lockstep rhythmic groove. Then back into the vocals, and Warren stops playing as Derek lays tasty guitar lines over Warren's "I go home witchoo." Derek hits a long, sustained note, then moves into fat, snaky slide lines. Warren plays a counter-melody to Derek, pushing the song into a faster time signature with his chording, and the band falls in behind him. Now Derek is pla

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