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Event Date: Thursday, March 10, 2011
Start Time: 8:00 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. Spanish Key
2. Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea
3. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
4. Come and Go Blues
5. Worried Down With The Blues
6. Kind Of Bird
7. Trouble No More
8. Woman Across The River
9. One Way Out
Set II
10. Blind Willie McTell
11. Midnight Rider
12. The High Cost Of Low Living
13. Bag End
14. Hoochie Coochie Man
15. Leave My Blues at Home
16. Revival
Encore
17. Southbound
with James van der Bogert, drums
 

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by mikedeuce13 on Nov 30, 2010 - 04:05 PM
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Can't hardly wait!! Philly was mindblowing, thank you so very much!


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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 29, 2011 - 08:37 PM
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The Reverend Ike's church uptown was all well and good, but for the congregation, it was good to be back home. It was a super-solid show, heavily rhythmic, no guests at all, just takin' care of business, and a stake in the ground to kick start the run...

Here's the setlist:

Drums > vamp (Spanish Key?) > Drums >
Sailin' Cross the Devil's Sea >
Walk On Gilded Splinters
Come and Go Blues
Worried Down With the Blues
Kind of Bird
Trouble No More
Woman Across the River
One Way Out

Blind Willie McTell
Midnight Rider
High Cost of Low Living
Bag End
Hoochie Coochie Man
Leave My Blues at Home > bass> drums > Leave My Blues at Home
Revival

Southbound

The lights have gone down, the curtain is still down, and a percussive beat from the stage slowly evolves into a thick "Gilded Splinters"-like driving beat, but most in the house don't even realize the show has begun. Then the curtain rises on the back line, the front liners come on and take position, Gregg last, the drumming insistent and pounding. Derek vamps some droplets over the rhythm as others tune... then Warren adds a little wah-wah, and Derek departs on some exposition (that may have been Miles Davis's "Spanish Key," or may have been reminiscent of it)... four minutes in on the vamp, no one seems in any rush at all... Oteil brings the thunda, Warren the lightning... I'm at the metaphorical edge of my seat and they haven't even played the song yet (which at this point I am still sure will be "Gilded Splinters.") Finally Warren faces the drums and they count in a crunchy version of "Sailin' Cross the Devil's Sea,"the first song proper of the run. Then out of that a reprise of the opening drumming motif, and now, finally, it is "Splinters."

Derek is wistful as always on "Come and Go Blues," then Warren gets all "Worried Down With the Blues." The band moves through the verse, then Derek stings in the middle of some slow piercing blues space as Warren brushes a gentle shuffle chord rhythm (in all the lead guitar pyrotechnics, never make the mistake of overlooking his gorgeous blues rhythm playing.) Then Warren steps forward and plays the blues.

On comes the instrumental thumpa dump of "Kind of Bird." Derek is drawn to Gregg, plying rhythm off of Gregg's keyboard fills and colorations as Warren looks over; Warren tears while Derek plays a chunky, beefy rhythm. Toward the end Derek leads the band as they slow down, through some long, slow extended crescendo; I think to myself, if I could stretch a climax out like that I would have been way more popular when I was single... then a big bad Butch bam boom, and a sprint to the close.

"Trouble No More," Gregg vocals are on; then "Woman Across the River." About two thirds in, Warren and Derek do the chunka chunka dance, then Warren sizzles. "One Way Out" closes the set, Derek is over in Gregg's house again, grooving with Gregg as he peels off the licks. All night the Derek/Gregg magnetism is evident, and as the band finishes up and walks off, smiles all around.

My main man Jaimoe comes out prior to set two to dedicate the run to a fallen brother, Red Dog. In that light, the elegiac "Blind Willie McTell" that opens set two is especially poignant. A year since busting this Dylan cover out at the Palace, it is fair to say the band now owns the song; it is a mournful and deep dark blues. I think they take it a tad slower now, all to the good.

Next up are "Midnight Rider," then "High Cost of Low Living," two songs that are just-so stories in the set; Derek is a silvery flash on the outro to "High Cost," then Derek and Warren put it to bed and tuck it in. A Butch flourish, and then the moody, spacy instrumental "Bag End." Once the song part is out of the way, Derek takes us into a trippy, tonal space. It seems like a "Derek" night to me, but then, I am sitting right in front of him...

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