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Event Date: Thursday, March 19, 2009
Start Time: 6:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Beacon Theatre
Location: New York, New York Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map
Parking Lots Open:3:00 PM


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OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Little Martha
2. Statesboro Blues
3. Done Somebody Wrong
4. Revival
5. Woman Across The River
6. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
7. Whipping Post
Set II
8. Oncoming Traffic
Gregg solo piano & vocals
9. Come and Go Blues
10. Good Morning Little School Girl
with Danny Louis, piano
11. Key To The Highway
w/Eric Clapton, guitar & vocals
12. Dreams
w/Eric Clapton, guitar
13. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
w/Eric Clapton, guitar & vocals
14. Little Wing
w/Eric Clapton, guitar & vocals
15. Anyday
with Eric Clapton, guitar & vocals; Susan Tedeschi, vocals
Encore
16. Layla
with Eric Clapton, guitar & vocals; Danny Louis, piano
 

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Would love to get a copy of the 19th & 20th. Have a few shows from 2007 to trade, but you probably have them. Will also love to have 3-26. Can send blanks and extras for you. Just send yopur address. Thanks for helping a fellow brother!
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1.EC is in the house! (Bacher)
2.EC Was Here (josh chasin)
3.Beacon Theatre 3.19.09; Clapton rides down Broadway (Hambone Sparklewell)
4.3/19- Epic Show with Clapton (Cleary)

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 20, 2009 - 06:57 PM
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Usually when I write about a concert, I jump right in. But this one was to epic, too profound not to step back and ponder it, holistically, in the light of the morning after.

To bottom line it: OMFG. O. M. F. G.

The Clapton rumors were all over the Internet. Tickets outside were going for hundreds of dollars apiece. The anticipation was so high that it would have been easy for the thing itself to miss the mark. That the band so thoroughly exceeded expectations is a profound credit to all involved. The first set was a monster—an entire three-hour Allman Brothers show crammed into one bulldozing, stampeding whirlwind assault. “I could go home happy now,” I heard more than one fan say. Then the second set offered up some lovely palate-cleansing and preparatory music before finally Clapton came onstage, three songs in, for a six-song suite that was brilliantly conceived, well-rehearsed, beautifully executed, well-paced, fluid, seamless, delightful. Up there on stage is Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, and Eric Clapton; that isn’t a front line, it’s a freaking pantheon. After the show we all just looked at each other with stupid grins.

But I digress…

…something jazzy rises from the stage like a purple mist, dissolving into the 3-man “Little Martha,” chiming, gorgeous. Then ‘Statesboro Blues;” I don’t know if it is the band, or being surrounded by friends, but every note sounds extra good. Warren pulls the sunshine through his slide. Gregg shines, then Derek. Then the band eases into the laconic shuffle of “Done Somebody Wrong,” stays there a bit until Derek plays the lines of the riff. Warren’s solo is fat and round and slippery and in the pocket. “Revival” features some tasty and deliberate slide work by Derek on the extended break, then Warren picks it up and plays the second half of the solo Derek began. As Warrant takes over, Derek summons Farmer over to switch guitars.

“Woman Across the River” is OK, if you like hard, relentless, forward-hurtling face-melting blues. Warren’s solo about halfway in begins auspiciously, Warren calling out precise notes; then Derek does fast runs up the neck over a center of chewy drummy goodness. Warren brings the song to a big, arcing finish as Derek finishes it out with a busted string.

A swampy “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’” gives way to a rare—as in, I’ve never seen one before—first set “Whipping Post.” Part of you is wondering, what are they trying to prove, but then part of you sort of knows. Warren puts a lot of body English on his opening salvo, then the band falls apart around him, and Warren plays the notes between the silences. Then muted forward thrust, Warren piercing and true. He makes a deal with the devil, and explodes into hot waves of dark light. It is something to behold. Then the vocal section, then another sprint up the hill before the music dissolves into waves. Derek plays a trademark Derek solo, using the volume knob like he does to squeeze out dewy green droplets. Then a magnificent crescendo and decay, Derek flirts with ”Liz Reed” territory, then he goes all impressionistic, then back to the song for a big, thundering ending to a big, thundering set.

And, damn, it is only intermission…

Gregg comes on alone to begin set two with a solo piano rendition of “Oncoming Traffic,” immediately evocative of the ’05 acoustic sets. And it is a lovely, moving rendition. But there is an extra mic set up on stage, and a light green strat set up nearby, and the effect is inevitably one of showing your five year-old a giant cookie before serving dinner. Sure, she may like chicken and broccoli. And she’ll eat it with gusto. But she’s fixated on that damn cookie.

To be clear though, “Oncoming Traffic” was sublime. Same with “Come and Go Blues,” which features thick juicy work by Derek. “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” features Danny Louis from Gov’t Mule on keys, and Marc on Jaimoe’s kit. The song comes on with a snaky, insisten

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