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Event Date: Friday, March 18, 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. Midnight Rider
2. Trouble No More
3. Stand Back
4. Woman Across The River
5. Old Before My Time
6. Hoochie Coochie Man
7. If Walls Could Talk
with Little Milton, guitar & vocals
Susan Tedeschi played gutar instead of Derek
8. Soulshine
with Little Milton, guitar & vocals
Susan Tedeschi played gutar instead of Derek
9. The Blues Is Alright
with Little Milton, guitar & vocals
Susan Tedeschi played gutar instead of Derek
10. Egypt
Acoustic
11. Oncoming Traffic
Gregg solo on Baby Grand
12. These Days
Gregg & Warren on Acoustic guitars
13. Preachin' Blues
Derek & Warren only
Electric
14. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
15. Black Hearted Woman
16. Mountain Jam
Encore
17. Southbound
 
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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by jessica0717 on Mar 19, 2005 - 08:06 PM
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3/18/05

Set 1

Midnight Rider
Trouble No More
Stand Back
Woman Across The River
Old Before My Time
Hoochie Coochie Man
If Walls Could Talk w/ Little Milton
Soulshine w/ Little Milton
Blues is Alright w/ Little Milton & Susan (no Derek)
Egypt (The Eleven tease by Warren)

Set 2
Oncoming Traffic (Gregg on piano)
These Days
Preachin' Blues (Derek broke a string)
AWTNM
Black Hearted Woman>air tympani>drums>bass>BHW
Mountain Jam

E: Southbound (Marc on drums, Jai on percussion)

*copied from Pam's set list on the forum


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 21, 2005 - 01:54 PM
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The party weekend is in full swing. Little Milton is in the house.

Set I
Midnight Rider
Trouble No More
Stand Back
Woman Across the River
Old Before My Time
Hoochie Coochie Man
When the Blues Come a-Knockin' (Little Milton)
Soulshine (Little Milton)
The Blues is Alright (Little Milton; Susan in for Derek)
Egypt

Set II
Oncoming Traffic (Gregg on piano)
These Days (Gregg and Warren)
Preachin' Blues (Warren and Derek)
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Black Hearted Woman > drums > Black Hearted Woman
Mountain Jam > bass > Mountain Jam
e: Southbound

The band opens with "Midnight Rider," a very nice use of this song in the setlist. "Midnight Rider" is a song that they play essentially the same way each time out, and that seems to make it work especially well as an opener. The familiar guitar lines become an invocation. It is instantly recognizable to everybody, and it sets the stage for whatever may follow...

...which tonight, if we are to be literal, is "Trouble No More." The band rides right into this song out of the opener. Some tangy Derek work, then Gregg's vocals, then the riff comes to the fore, than the vocals. After the intro to "Standback," the guy next to me comments, "Its oldies night." It is a solid 1-2-3 punch, delivered almost as one song with three movements. The band stops to make space for Oteil, and he surprises by playing a lick very much unlike the "Standback" bassline you were expecting. On the outro, Derek provides the first guitar orgasm of the night. (At this point the guy next to me asks what I just wrote about Derek. I read him that last sentence. He smiles and puts his hands up; he's decided I don't need any help.)

Warren goes to the Gibson 335 and favors us with "Woman Across the River" in his early first-set slot. He opens up with a restrained (for him) solo; Gregg darts across the keys on an organ solo, then Warren embraces the vocals. The band's eyes are on Derek as he builds a rousing, up-tempo solo; then back into the vocals. At his solo's end, Warren raises his arm, apparently in acknowledgement of Derek; if I didn't know better, I'd have thought Derek was smiling.

Warren accents his own vocals with long guitar lines between and just underneath phrases; at the end of the vocal section he hits one long hanging one that becomes the first note of his powerful blues solo; then he and Derek are trading leads, then like flipping a switch, Oteil heavy underneath, Derek on rhythm, and Warren on lead are one, propelling the song to the finish line.

Warren plays some beautifully emotive slide on "Old Before My Time." On the outro, Warren plays some deliberate, deep fried slide; then Derek picks up seamlessly as if playing the second half of one long solo. Derek hangs a sweet fat one, then bends it right back into his solo.

The first "Hoochie Coochie Man" of the run featured no introductory slide duel. Tonight, the two guitarists do an abbreviated one, going a single round each, then the thunder that leads into the insistent cadence of the song, and Warren's vocal. Derek carries the ball into the verse; Warren plays a high, scratchy solo out of the first vocal section and into the next. Derek leaves glassy trails as he flies up the fret board.

Warren steps to the mic after the song is done and says that "Every night we've had at least one special guest;" he proceeds, I am almost certain, to bring on "the late Little Milton." (I'm sure he meant great. Unless of course he was due sooner.) Milton, on vocals and ax, is set up center stage between Warren and Derek. He is pure showman, turned out in a slick suit that says the blues had a baby and they named it Vegas. The band swings-- and I mean SWINGS, Jack!-- into what I think believe is the song, "When the Blues Come a Knockin'." If I have it right, it is on the album by John

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