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|Allman Brothers Band: Atlanta, GA|
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||Friday, September 24, 2004
||8:00 PM *
||The Allman Brothers Band
|| Fox Theatre Venue Web Site
||660 Peachtree Street NE
||Atlanta, GA 30308
||Atlanta, Georgia Weather
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|Order||Song or Setlist Comment|
|1. ||Mountain Jam |
|2. ||Trouble No More |
|3. ||Midnight Rider |
|4. ||Wasted Words |
|5. ||Worried Down With The Blues |
|6. ||You Don't Love Me |
|7. ||Ain't Wastin' Time No More |
|8. ||Rocking Horse |
|9. ||Hot 'Lanta |
|10. ||Melissa |
|11. ||Come and Go Blues |
|12. ||Can't Lose What You Never Had |
|13. ||Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? |
|14. ||Franklin's Tower |
|15. ||Black Hearted Woman |
|16. ||Dreams |
|with Jack Pearson, guitar|
|17. ||Mountain Jam |
|with Jack Pearson, guitar|
|18. ||Southbound |
|with Jack Pearson, guitar|
|Pictures and Sound Clips|
|Art||EAP Album Art & ArtistMe|
|Fans||Hophead, LWarren and Lefty|
|Fans||JNB, Ms. Trucks and Vicky|
|Places||Matt and TerriB|
|ABB Onstage||Fox Theater|
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|Recorded by Lee|
|Sennheiser ME66/K6>Lunatec V3 (48mHz) > Sony TCD-D100 (48mHz)|
|Good audience recording. 3 CD. See my list for trades.|
|Ain't Wasting Time No More "Get Out And VOTE!"|
|Would love to get the Fox Run. I am new to ABB trading, but have lots of Mule and Warren solo to trade.|
|Looking for IC for ATL Fox FRI and SUN...have ATL Fox SAT to trade|
|We have no ABB love in AK. Can someone hook me up?|
|I'll take any recording source, any quality. I have some Bob Dylan and Doc Watson to trade, but not an extensive list.|
|email me for b&p info|
|I will trade a copy of 9-26-04 for it. If you are interested email at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|I have some shows to trade check my info for list at website|
|I know nothing about this stuff, this is for my husband, need help guiding me through this|
|If someone could please send me this show I would love you|
|Anyone willing to trade or I can send blank discs? I have Rush, cds and DVDS, Max Webster, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Led Zep, UFO, Black Sabbath,Van Halen, Kiss and Ozzy Boots here with me in the US.|
|I didnt have enough cash on hand for a live recording|
|please lookin for this show 1st one in a while|
|I attended this show and would love to get a copy on CD.|
|I've never been to Fox Theatre, so a video recording will show me what it's like!|
|1.||Fox 9-24-04 (josh chasin)|
|2.||ALLMAN BROTHERS FOX THEATRE 9/24/2004 (Steven J. Ziegler)|
*Show times are approximate or outright guesses, especially for historical shows. Please check with the venue for future shows so you arrive on time!
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|Re: Allman Brothers Band: Atlanta, GA 9-24-04 (Score: 1)|
by jchasin (email@example.com) on Sep 26, 2004 - 03:11 PM
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|Regarding Fox reviews: I’m writing a piece for HTN about the Fox run, and my sense of duty leads me to feel obligated to retain some exclusive content for them. HTN’s editorial style generally eschews the heavy first person; the piece is supposed to be about the music, not you and the music. And that’s generally how I approach it anyway. So what I’m going to do here is, I’m going to do a different kind of review, break style a little and go gonzo first person, and maybe a little long; don't worry, my piece for the magazine will have less me in it.|
So anyway, Friday I wore gray pants. A little tight in the crotch…
Trouble No More
Worried Down With the Blues
You Don’t Love Me
Aint Wastin’ Time No More
Rocking Horse >
Come and Go Blues
Can’t Lose What You Never Had
Why Does Love Got to be So Sad? >
Black Hearted Woman >
Black Hearted Woman
Dreams (Jack Pearson; no Derek) >
Mountain Jam (Pearson; Derek returns)
E: Southbound (Pearson)
I get to the Georgian Terrace, the official base of operations for the run of shows at the Fox right across the street, by three. You can’t get on an elevator without spotting someone you know, or someone in an Allman Brothers shirt (who you’ll know soon). As show time approaches and I cross the street to the beautiful Fox Theater—old, glorious, slightly larger than the Beacon—I this New Yorker is reminded of something by the grace and courtesy of the ticket takers: “Note to self: You’re in the south now. Slow down, relax, and be nice to people.” It takes a day, but I finally do get the hang of it.
Shortly after eight the band takes the stage in front of a loose, appreciative home crowd. Butch’s tom tom work heralds the appearance of “Mountain Jam,” always a sweet opener. Oteil drops bass bombs to punctuate Derek’s flitting about. Derek splays notes over the drum beats, then holds one. Oteil and Warren fall in with him and the drummers, everyone in the place knows “Mountain Jam” is coming— you hear it in the drums-- but that is distinctly not what they’re playing; Derek is doing the jazzy snoopy dance, occasionally teasing at the melody, then just as quickly darting away. Finally, the two guitarists lock in together and state the theme. Derek follows with a galloping solo; then Gregg seasons the gumbo with some zesty B3 soloing, Oteil anchoring the bottom. Derek joins Gregg, playing chords to give him a counter-melody, a structure for Gregg to play against.
Warren’s solo is closer to the song than Derek’s, building to a double time full band crescendo. Then Derek tosses off the “Birdland” lick, the band is on it, and Warren solos “Birdland” over the “Mountain Jam” underpinning. Finally the guitarists bring the Jam to a close, and quickly the band is off and running on “Trouble No More.” Warren takes the first solo, Derek the second; after the expansive opening of “Mountain Jam,” both solos seem almost overstuffed into this short song. A crowd-pleasing “Midnight Rider” is up next.
Warren’s solo is piercing on “Wasted Words,” Oteil pushing him on as the band locks onto a one chord groove. Derek plays a lilting solo, giving way to harmony lines with Warren, which turns over into a powerful full band funk jam, bringing the song to a resounding close.
Warren peels off the stinging opening riff to the incandescent “Worried Down With the Blues.” He sings the verse, then a fat glassy slide note announces Derek’s entrance. Derek then worries twelve shades of blue from his poor guitar. Warren solos, then back into the gritty vocals.
Right out of “Worried Down” the band is vamping on the one chord that will eventually resolve itself into “You Don’t Love Me.” It is a jaunty riff, Oteil playing a funk
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