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Event Date: Sunday, March 28, 2004
Start Time: 8:00 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. No One To Run With
2. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
3. Statesboro Blues
4. Rocking Horse
5. Every Hungry Woman
6. I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
Jukes Horns: Mark "The Love Man" Pender, trumpet; Chris Anderson, trumpet; La Bamba, trombone; Joey Stann, tenor sax; Eddie "The Kingfish" Manion, baritone sax
7. The Same Thing
Jukes Horns: Mark "The Love Man" Pender, trumpet; Chris Anderson, trumpet; La Bamba, trombone; Joey Stann, tenor sax; Eddie "The Kingfish" Manion, baritone sax
& Jeff Watts, Drums; Danny Louis, keyboards
8. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Jukes Horns: Mark "The Love Man" Pender, trumpet; Chris Anderson, trumpet; La Bamba, trombone; Joey Stann, tenor sax; Eddie "The Kingfish" Manion, baritone sax
& Danny Louis, keyboards
9. Revival
Set II
10. Dreams
11. Firing Line
12. Who's Been Talking
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
13. Forty-Four Blues
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar; Ricky Gordon, washboards
14. Hot 'Lanta
15. Feel So Bad
Susan Tedeschi, guitar; Mike Mattison, vocals
16. Into The Mystic
Jukes Horns: Mark "The Love Man" Pender, trumpet; Chris Anderson, trumpet; La Bamba, trombone; Joey Stann, tenor sax; Eddie "The Kingfish" Manion, baritone sax
17. Southbound
Jukes Horns: Mark "The Love Man" Pender, trumpet; Chris Anderson, trumpet; La Bamba, trombone; Joey Stann, tenor sax; Eddie "The Kingfish" Manion, baritone sax
& Danny Louis, keyboards; Mike Gordon, bass
Encore
18. Mountain Jam
19. Afro Blue
20. Mountain Jam
Reprise
 
GalleryDescription
ABB Onstage3/28/04
On Stage3/28/04
 

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ADAUDjessica0717
juke horns + hubert sumlin= says enough
CDRDAUDPeachDip
CDRAUnknownmirakolina
2 CDs, would trade for other Beacon Run shows
CDRADAUDNowhereMan
Excellent Performance!
CDRADAUDToemoss
Great show!!!
CDRADAUDBilly_Kain
DPA (B&K) 4022s>Lunatec V3@24/96 (AES out) >Metric Halo Lower Balcony, Row A @ 3 discs
CDRADAUDljramsey
CDRADAUDMike_K_Brothers_Fan
Great recording from AntnyJam. Trades only for a while please. Check my list for what I'm looking for.
CDRADAUDpropylaen2001
CDRAAUDJaminRebel
CDRA-DAUDALoveSupreme
CDRA-AUDbillybarool
DATADAUDAntnyJam
VideoAAUDabbsteve
Want Recordings
Woodster
I've Been Loving You Too Long..... oh my goodness....... Into The Mystic..... oh my god
oldkaui
Aporkchopbob
Looking for a copy of this show - can anybody help me out? Thanks!
A+rmsurf98
CDRDAUDwhit5279
Please help me out with a copy of this show. This was an awesome show!!
CDRpsychocustom
CDRrscearce
Anyone willing to trade or BNP?
CDRtripp
CDRMikeA
I went Fri, but i heard sun was the best. I have many DARK STORE ORCHESTRA cdr to trade for sun show. Any interst?
CDRsnafu2005
have many Jukes live CDRs for trade
CDRkiato4
Can anyone send me this show if I send blank CDs? I am a newbie and have nothing to trade. Thanks in advance?
CDRbbddall
I would love to trade for a copy of this show. I have all other shows from this run. If you have a good quality recording, please let me know. Much appreciated. Thanks!
CDRczrubin
i dont have any tapes, please let me bnp you
CDRduane89
I was there and it was AWESOME!!!! best of the run, in my opinion. can someone hook me up with a recording, i will B&P, and have some to trade, email me at fushumang@msn.com
CDRfireev42
new to the site. trying to get 03/28/04 show at Beacon. GREAT SHOW! can you help?
CDRjimmylefttown
Looking for a recording of the 3/28/04 shows
CDRAUnknownab420elway
CDRADAUDNowhereMan
Looking for a trade or B&P for all of the March 2004 Beacon shows please.
CDRADAUDjdabear2k2
CDRAjnadasi
I have other jam bands to trade
CDRADannyCag
Personally attended, great show, hope someone can hook me up! I don't have my list ready yet, but willin to B&P.
CDRArvenier
I NEED a copy of this show. It was unbeLIVEable. Thank you.
CDRADanDanMan
No rush, I don't wanna be a jerk, but I'd REALLY appreciate this recording! It was my first ABB show EVER, and my dad's first since '71 at the Fillmore East. Will b&p or trade, depending on if I have what you want! e-mail IceFire813@aol
CDRAOCCluvsABB
For those of us there this was the show of '04. Horn section was incredible, as were all the guests! New to HTW and to trading. Need someone to help me get started. Willing to pay if need be. Please help with this show. Many thanks!
CDRAmoosex
please
CDRAj4091s
i was at this last nite, all i have to say is it was simply amazeing,e-mail me at j_sidell@hotmail.com if you have this show and we can set up some kind of trade, thank you, peace
CDRA+DAUDkhenry3
What a Kickass SHOW!! Can anyone hook me up with the show. I will pay or trade for it.
CDRA+berns
Was there,..Great show,..Please can anyone help me ?
CDRA+railroad
first allmans show.kicked ass. i would love a copy of it but i am new to this and a little computer ignorant would appreceate any help
CDRA+goose
I was at this show also and would love a copy! I have 3/25 and am waiting for 3/19. I can trade these shows or do a b&p.
CDRA+dcurcio
Newbie with nothing to trade looking for a copy of this show. Will pay.
CDRA-thedude16
Went to the show, it was amazing. Need a recording. Have other Jam bands to trade.
CDRB+Unknownsmiller2004
I am indesperate need of this show. Please help me.
1.03-28-04 (josh chasin)
2.3-28-04 (Zach Rubin)

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To close the run... (Score: 1)
by DanDanMan (IceFire813@aol.com)
on Mar 29, 2004 - 03:58 PM
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This show was AMAZING! It was my first ABB show, and I went with my dad, who hasn't seen them since '71 at the Fillmore East!! This show blew BOTH of us away!

There was a guesting horn section, and a guesting guitarist, who someone told me was Hubert Sumlin.

THERE WAS A GUESTING BASSIST - MIKE GORDON, OF PHISH!!

Crazy concert, as to the set, all I can recall off the top of my head is Revival, One Way Out (or Done Somebody Wrong?), Statesboro Blues, and a WILD ENCORE of Mountain Jam!

PLEASE, if anyone has a copy of this show I will trade for it or gladly B&P for it. PLEASE e-mail IceFire813@aol.com if you can help me get my first ABB show!!


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by thedude16 on Apr 01, 2004 - 04:33 PM
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This was a really great show. Great guest musicians and the band was in near perfect form. I was there and while so many highlights stick out in my mind (Ain't wastin time, statesboro blues, the night they drove old dixie down!!, revival, southbound, mountain jam and more) there were a few songs i didnt recognize that blew me away. If anyone has the full setlist of this show Please Post! Also, if anyones got a recording for sale or trade let me know. dont have much allman but lots of other great jam band recordings. Thanks.


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by EatAPeach3 on Apr 01, 2004 - 04:47 PM
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I tried to right down the setlist after each set. I'm pretty sure this is correct, but I'm not 100% positive.

No One to Run With
Ain't Wasting Time No More
Statesboro Blues
Rockin Horse
Every Hungry Woman
I've Been Loving You Too Long
The Same Thing
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Revival

Dreams
Firing Line
Who's Been Talking
Forty Four
Hot Lanta
Feel So Bad
Into the Mystic
Southbound

Mountain Jam


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by gwigney on Apr 01, 2004 - 09:31 PM
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I attended... all the way from the Cayman Islands. Can music really be that good??!! Amazing stuff!

The Otis Redding song that they did with the horn section cook'n was THE highlight!!


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03-28-04 Review (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Apr 02, 2004 - 01:29 AM
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After 8 nights, I decided to take Sunday off and just listen... so this is probably going to be a shorter review than usual... or is it...

No One Left to Run With
Aint Wastin' Time No More
Statesboro Blues
Rocking Horse
Every Hungry Woman
Been Loving You Too Long (Jukes horns)
The Same Thing (horns; Danny Louis; Tain Watts)
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (horns)
Revival

Dreams
Firing Line
Who's Been Talkin' (Hubert Sumlin) >
Forty-Four (Hubert Sumlin)
Hot 'Lanta
Feel So Bad (Mike Mattison, Susan T-T, horns)
Into the Mystic (horns)
Southbound (horns, Louis, Mike Gordon for Oteil)

Mountain Jam >
Birdland taste >
Afro-Blue >
Will the Circle Be Unbroken? >
Mountain Jam
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Kirk tells me before the show that "according to Haynes, last night was the best of the run-- and unless something goes wrong, tonight will be even better."

After the joyous colors the band had painted across the Manhattan sky on Saturday, you had to figure the closing show was going to be the cherry on the sundae-- not quite a let down, but maybe a sort of easing off. Getaway day.

You'd be wrong. Very wrong.

After some extended tuning that was entertaining in itself, the show starts on the upbeat with a blast of "No One Left to Run With." The band rocks hard over the bed of Gregg's keyboards. Warren is especially creative on his solo, and when the band locks into that Bo Diddley beat is there is glory in simplicity. Derek's solo work is riveting on "Aint Wastin' Time No More." Gregg's keyboard solo on "Statesboro Blues" is an early highlight. It is an upbeat but easygoing 1-2-3 punch to open the show.

Warren busts out one final "Rocking Horse," and things get less easygoing in a hurry. He plays a particularly ripping solo; after the hand-off, Derek plays some jazzy chords, then stops time for a moment, you drop to your knees, and then he's off and running again. "Every Hungry Woman" keeps the adrenalin pumping.

The Asbury Jukes horns-- with several familiar faces from the Conan O'Brien show; a 5-piece horn section-- take the stage and the band slows things down with "Loving You Too Long," something of a curve ball given that they'd been featuring "Dreams to Remember" from the Otis Redding song book this run. The horn lines are outstanding. Warren belts out soulful vocals as the horns swell, then a horn section break; their sound is full and punchy, the charts beautifully arranged. After a second round of vocals Derek steps up for a solo, then he's trading voices with the horns, who are now doing more improvising. Back into the verse, Derek accenting Warren's singing, with the horns providing counterpoint.

Danny Louis joins the party for "The Same Thing;" Jeff "Tain" Watts is sitting in on drums for Jaimoe (Starbucks run?) The riff to the song is big and brassy, and Warren is directing traffic, pointing to Louis for the first solo. Louis is all over the keyboards in a soulful romp. The ball is tossed to the horns for a sax solo (Eddie Manion?); then the full section joins him. Derek's lead lines take the song back to the verse, which in turn gives way to yet another horn interlude. Then Oteil grabs the reins for his funk workout, staying in the pocket created by the horns. Then Oteil throws it back to Warren with a nod, and Warren passes the ball back to the horns. It is as if the music is moving around and around, each player or section grabbing it, adding to it and passing it on. The horn players trade lines, then Derek solos over furious Warren chording that brings the song to a forceful close. As usual, it is a highlight.

Next, Jaimoe returns and the horn section plays oddly southern, almost dissonant lines that announce "Dixie." "Virgil, come quick," sings Derek on guitar during the solo

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by Buck688 on Apr 04, 2004 - 02:32 PM
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Just gettin' started, was wondering if anyone could help me out with a few B&P shows?


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