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Event Date: Saturday, March 27, 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. Black Hearted Woman
2. Trouble No More
3. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
4. Worried Down With The Blues
5. Midnight Rider
6. Stand Back
7. Hoochie Coochie Man
8. Stormy Monday
9. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Set II
10. Don't Want You No More >
11. It's Not My Cross To Bear
12. You Don't Love Me
with Johnny Neel, harp; Brian Stoltz, guitar; Matt Abts, drums
13. Woman Across The River
14. Soulshine
15. Done Somebody Wrong
with Lee Roy Parnell, guitar
16. Dreams
17. Instrumental Illness
Encore
18. Whipping Post
 
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Gregg Allmangregpic
Derek Trucksderekpic
 

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Was there and looking for copy. Thanks.
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I HAVE ALL OF 2003 SOWS FROM THE BEACON TO TO TRADE
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Was there and would love a copy...help me out!
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a pheonmenal show.......I do not tape, but would very much like this show.....it would be greatly appreciated...thx.
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Looking for a copy of this show I attended. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Tom Clarke, Hittin' The Note magazine
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Looking for a trade or B&P for all of the March 2004 Beacon shows please.
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A special night with a "very special friend." I've never heard the ABB better. It was my first Beacon and I must have it!
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awesome show
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one of the best shows i've ever seen...i REALLY want a copy to save
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1.03-27-04 (josh chasin)
2.Father/Son Trip From Tupelo to the Beacon (Bobby Brock)
3.3-27-04 (saturday Beacon) (scott)

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Review: 3-27-04. Whew. (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 30, 2004 - 04:12 PM
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Black Hearted Woman
Trouble No More
Don't Keep Me Wondering
Worried Down With The Blues
Midnight Rider
Stand Back
Hoochie Coochie Man
Stormy Monday
Liz Reed > drums > bass > Liz


Don't Want You No More>
It's Not My Cross To Bear
You Don't Love Me (Abts, Neel on harp, Brian Stoltz on guitar)
Woman Across The River
Soulshine
Done Somebody Wrong (Lee Roy Parnell-guitar; no Derek)
Dreams
Instrumental Illness

Whipping Post
----------------------

By acclimation, Saturday night is the show of the run... so far.

Sitting by the soundboard, I scan the setlist, and am somewhat disheartened
that so many of the songs are the old ones. Soon, though, I remember the
lesson: it matters not what they play; almost anything can happen on almost
any song.

The opener, "Black Hearted Woman," bears this out. The band is fast out of
the gate; as usual, the outro jam is driven home with as much intensity as
the song itself. It is a stinging version, with a full frontal Warren
attack on his solo; both guitarists are soaring frenetically over that outro
jam.

A quick "Trouble No More" is followed by "Don't Keep Me Wondering,"
highlighted by some nice Derek slide work. "Worried Down With the Blues"
features some forceful, downright sorrowful vocals from Warren; Derek plays
a powerful slide solo, then Warren answers with a clean, stinging solo of
his own. You begin to feel Oteil on the bottom. Back into the verse; then
Derek is peeling off high, pained notes. Warren joins him and the two
guitarists bring the song to an emphatic close.

"Midnight Rider" is next, always popular with the crowd. Then "Standback;"
Derek and Oteil are prominent, like rubber and liquid glass respectively.
Warren riffs underneath Derek's airy soloing; the song is a bouncy, jaunty
romp.

Warren steps forward for the first slide attack on the intro to "Hoochie
Coochie Man." Warren's solo piece is a blues throwdown; Derek's response is
a melodic exploration. He passes the baton back to Warren with a heavy,
shaky, emphatic note. Warren plays some more cat gut blues; then Derek
deploys a fat bluesy tone even though he isn't quite playing the blues.
Derek builds, Warren brings in the band, the music swells headlong into that
driving riff. As with all good Allman Brothers shows, the drummers are
locked in and propulsive. Derek poses some questions with his lead lines;
Warren provides chorded answers; the band is back into the insistent beat of
the song. Oteil is flying in, around, across, under the verse. Powerful.

"Stormy Monday" is the perfect change of pace after the "Hoochie" assault.
Gregg is totally feeling it on the opening organ swells, melding with
Warren's playing of that classic chord progression. Derek's licks are
tasteful, moving from minor to major with the song. Gregg evokes vintage
Ray Charles on the vocals; more than a few people comment that his singing
is the best it has been in years (and the more astute listener might say the
same about his keyboard playing.)

As the band segues into the solo sections you wonder how such a sad song can
have the capacity to make you so damned happy. You realize it has something
to do with the articulation of your pain, the sharing of it, then the
dissipation of it. Derek is playing a jazzy solo, then a bluesy slide solo;
the transition seamless, Gregg's church organ insistent underneath. The
drummers are driving the song, yet restrained; only veterans can deploy so
ginger a touch. Oteil picks up the pace for Gregg's keyboard solo, and the
band follows; then Warren plays a solo that cuts

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by BITZ2388 on Apr 05, 2004 - 12:14 AM
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would love cdr of all 3 shows 3/25 3/26 and 3/27 have instant live to trade or other shows


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