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Event Date: Thursday, March 9, 2006
Start Time: 7:00 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

 
OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Can't Lose What You Never Had
3. Trouble No More
4. Woman Across The River
5. Revival
6. Egypt
7. Midnight Rider
8. Stand Back
9. The Weight
Set II
10. Smokestack Lightnin'
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
11. Shake For Me
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
12. Sitting On Top Of The World
with Hubert Sumlin, guitar
13. Rocking Horse
14. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
15. Statesboro Blues
16. One Way Out
Encore
17. No One To Run With
 

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
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ALLMAN BROTHERS OPEN WITH SOLID PERFORMANCE; HUBERT SUMLIN GUESTS, RE-WORKED “THE WEIGHT” IS DEBUTED

But “group telepathy” thing still not quite there…yet.

Hot ‘lanta
Can’t Lose What You Never Had
Trouble No More
Woman Across the River
Revival
Egypt
Midnight Rider
Standback
The Weight

Smokestack Lightning”
Shake for Me*
Sittin’ On Top of the World*
Rocking Horse
Liz Reed >
Jabuma >
Liz Reed
Statesboro Blues
One Way Out

No One Left to Run With

*w/Hubert Sumlin

Opening night of the Beacon run is always exciting. Tonight’s show, as a perusal of the setlist might reveal, is more of a grounded, earthbound show, bluesy, workman-like, gritty, down to business.

Warren is still set up on the left center, next to Gregg; Derek is right center, by Oteil. The band takes the stage, settles in, and finally Gregg revs up “Hot ‘lanta.” The drum section cycles, tumbles forward, in-the-pocket propulsion. Gregg’s B3 solo is a small fire dance; Warren solos, then Derek, a quick yin/yang. Then Warren takes a more exploratory solo, playing with a full-bodied tone; then stinging. The drum section is right there in the moment.

Next, a riff-heavy “Can’t Lose What You Never Had,” with a feel not unlike “Gilded Splinters.” Warren peels off a solo over the insistent riff, finishes all the way up the fretboard, sounding like he couldn’t go any higher. Then “Trouble No More,” Derek playing over the top of Gregg’s vocals on the verse, then taking off on the solo.

Warren exhibits a nice, round tone on “Woman Across the River.” Gregg plays some tasty keyboard, into the vocal section; then Derek plays an exclamation point of a note, ringing like a steel bell, then playing the blues. The band stumbles momentarily during Derek’s solo, then comes together, steps it up, locks in like a vice on the groove behind him, and as Derek hands off to Warren for the next verse the crowd offers their first ovation of the night. The outro is a guitar mash-up, Derek and Warren have come together center stage, its one of those moments where they seem to be playing each other’s guitars. A highlight.

The drummers and rhythm guitars propel a sprightly “Revival.” The song has the new, extended guitar section at the end, Derek is playing lead, with Warren adding a sort of second lead guitar complimenting Derek’s lines. Then back for a final round of “love is everywhere.”

Gregg mentions that the band has a few surprises in store, as Marc begins the tangy percussive playing that will become “Egypt.” The guitars sanctify the space, then a laconic run at the twin licks. The band weaves a hazy sonic space, Derek ventures forth, dripping tone like honey as he offers up some fat slide notes, then moving into a melodic section, then breaking down. Warren enters the space, squeezing and teasing out dollops; he builds to a melodic solo, different from the “Egypt” melody; the band falls in with him, Oteil racing underneath. Oteil suddenly kicks it up a notch, and Warren is drawn physically toward him by the pull of the music; the band falls together around a new melodic direction. Warren has ceased soloing; he is now composing on the fly. Finally Oteil finds a space to hint back at the song; the band hears him, moves back to that hazy spacy place, Marc hits a quick flourish, and they’re back into the twin licks. “Egypt” is becoming one of the best songs in the set.

“Midnight Rider” is next, then “Standback,” which is all about the groove. Then the guitarists offer up some tentative slide notes pre-song, hinting that something new is coming. It is “The Weight,” the Band song also associated with Duane Allman, taken as a sort of Delta-style blues, the harmonies gone. Less Robbie Robertson, more Robert Johnson. Warren sings. Derek slides it up; Warren pulls out a tortured solo into

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