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Event Date: Saturday, March 12, 2005
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. Revival
2. Leave My Blues at Home
3. Done Somebody Wrong
4. Hot 'Lanta
5. Just Ain't Easy
6. End Of The Line
7. Forty-Four Blues
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
8. Smokestack Lightnin'
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
9. Instrumental Illness
Acoustic
10. Oncoming Traffic
Gregg solo on Baby Grand
11. Please Call Home
Gregg solo on Baby Grand
12. These Days
Gregg & Warren on Acoustic guitars
13. Death Letter
Derek & Warren only
Electric
14. Soulshine
15. Dreams
with Jay Collins, sax
16. Rocking Horse
17. No One To Run With
Encore
18. One Way Out
 
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FansPost Beacon pie
 

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by jessica0717 on Mar 13, 2005 - 01:28 AM
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Set 1:
Revival
Leave my blues at home
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot lanta
Just aint Easy(No Jaimoe or Marc)
End of line
44 Blues (With Hubert Sumlin)
Smokestack lightning (Warren on vocals and Hubert still on stage, no Marc)
Instrumental Illness


Set 2:
Oncoming traffic(Gregg on Grand Piano)
Delta Blue
These Days(Gregg and Warren Acoustic)
Preachin' Blues(Warren and Derek)
Soulshine
Dreams(With Jay Collins)
Rockin' Horse>Drums>No One Left To Run With
Encore:One Way Out


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 17, 2005 - 12:47 AM
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First the setlist:

Set 1:
Revival
Leave my blues at home
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot lanta
Just Ain't Easy
End of the Line
44 Blues (Hubert Sumlin) >
Smokestack lightning (Hubert Sumlin)
Instrumental Illness

Set 2:
Oncoming traffic (Gregg on Grand Piano)
Delta Blue
These Days (Gregg and Warren Acoustic)
Death Letter Blues (Warren and Derek)
Soulshine
Dreams (Jay Collins, sax)
Rockin' Horse > Drums >
No One Left To Run With
E: One Way Out

"Revival" is a hard-driving opener, with Warren's lines and Gregg's B3 providing spring and bounce. The tapestry of drums lays the foundation, and there is an elastic quality to the way the song snaps and bends along the groove. Next is "Leave My Blues at Home," a fierce 1-2 punch, the band is snarling out the riff, the groove seeping into every song. Gregg leans on the chords, while Derek's flashy lead lines flesh out the song's power. The energy briefly reminds of the song's southern cousin, Ike and TIna's "Don't Mess Up a Good Thing." Derek pulls out staccato blues blasts, leading into the twin-guitar touch down.

The energy stays at Saturday night pitch with an upbeat "Done Somebody Wrong." Derek dips his brush into an Elmore James shade of blue, but then paints a Derek Trucks original. Warren steps up and plays some of his patented slow, lumbering, happy lines. Derek takes us out with insistent machine gun bursts of delta slide.

Gregg's keyboard work punctuates the entrance to "Hot 'Lanta." Warren does some hard-edged exploration, then Derek steps up, before the brief drum break.

The band continues to weave masterfully through their back catalog, pulling out the Enlightened Rogues chestnut "It Just Aint Easy." The guitarists-- neither of whom to my knowledge has played this tune in public-- play wistful lines, as Gregg anchors with church-goin' chord work. Warren rides the song's sweet melody in composing a sun-drenched solo. Maybe its the passage of time, maybe some sort of renewed vigor, maybe the different players, but Gregg's impassioned vocal delivery re-invents the song, showing just how good it was all along. Good song, good band. "End of the Line" features some nice steaming Derek over a bed of Gregg.

I'd seen him sitting, stately, in the chairs on stage, but that didn't lessen the excitement when Hubert Sumlin plugged in to Derek's right. (Later I say to Warren, "I'm sort of used to you guys, but I'm swooning over Hubert Sumlin." He laughs and pats his chest, as if to say, me too.) Sumlin adds his own gritty take on the riff to "44 Blues" before the band wobbles in. Warren sings the vocals, and Sumlin takes the first solo. He plays the song faster, with more urgency than the Allmans' almost-not-there pacing, and Sumlin pulls and tugs, straining against the arrangement, which creates an exciting tension. Sumlin does some animated shredding, hitting the occasional discordant but wholly appropriate note. Later the band pulls all the way back on the reigns for the coda, Derek hangs a question of a note in the air, then answers his own question with cool slide variations. Sumlin joins in, and soon there is a three-guitar stomp. Sumlin seems somehow out of his element, yet at the same time right where he belongs, because this is the kind of blues he helped invent.

There is an instantaneous segue into "Smokestack Lightning" (a song that may be a first for the band, although Howlin' Wolf's catalog is certainly well-mined.) Sumlin is all over the riff. All three guitarists are giving color to what is basically a one-chord vamp with a signature lick; tangled, ensnared, careening off and around each other. A perfect three-sided guitar triangle as they wring more out of that one chord than should be possible. Warren hits some more appropriately discordant notes before heading back into the vocals.

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