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Event Date: Monday, March 13, 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
35th Anniversary of the recording of the Live at Fillmore East album
1. Statesboro Blues
2. Done Somebody Wrong
3. Stormy Monday
4. You Don't Love Me
5. Hot 'Lanta
6. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
7. Whipping Post
Set II
8. Mountain Jam
9. Woman Across The River
10. Desdemona
with Chuck Leavell, keyboards
11. Come and Go Blues
with Chuck Leavell, keyboards
12. The Sky Is Crying
with Chuck Leavell, keyboards
13. Jessica
with Chuck Leavell, keyboards
Encore
14. The Weight
with Susan Tedeschi, vocals
 
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On StageDwayne Too
 

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Flew all the way from California for this fantastic show! Would love to have copy of recording. Gladly pay costs and/or trade extra copy of 35th anniversary poster. What an awesome show!!!
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Hello all! I've been looking for a recording of this show since I left the show that night, and I finally found this forum! Can anyone help? I have some shows I could trade if need be. Thanks so much in advance!
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1.Peakin at the Beacon 3/13/06 (Kim Trowbridge)
2.3/13 Fillmore Redux- Cleary (Paul Cleary)
3.Filmore East Re-Visited (Timothy Pickel)
4.Re-living the Fillmore East (Trevor Lavelle)
5.Fillmore Tribute (David Bergamini)

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by prpleroses1 (spam-proof)
on Mar 15, 2006 - 03:27 PM
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My very first ABB concert and WOW I was awestruck!!! No words to describe how incredible it was!!! I am now and forever more an ABB addict!!


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 16, 2006 - 01:54 PM
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ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND PAYS HOMAGE TO LEGENDARY FILLMORE EAST ALBUM ON 35TH ANNIVERSARY; CHUCK LEAVELL SITS IN SET 2, TEDESCHI ON ENCORE

A celebration of the past

Statesboro Blues
Done Somebody Wrong
Stormy Monday
You Don’t Love Me>Soul Serenade
Hot'Lanta
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Whipping Post

Mountain Jam
Woman Across The River
Desdemona (Chuck Leavell)
Come and Go Blues (Chuck Leavell)
The Sky Is Crying (Chuck Leavell)
Jessica (Chuck Leavell)

The Weight (Susan Tedeschi)

The Allman Brothers Band is as conscious of their own history as any band I can think of. Consider the songs they’ve added to the repertoire over the past few years: “Gilded Splinters,” four from the Layla album, “The Weight”—all songs associated with founding member Duane Allman. That’s not a coincidence. And too, more than almost every other act of similar magnitude, they do things first and foremost for their fans-- the avid fans. These gestures to the band’s history do not fall on deaf ears; they fall on appreciative ears, on loving ears.

So when they take the stage Monday night, 35 years to the day after the Live at the Fillmore East album was recorded, the house at the Beacon is already abuzz; they are going to recreate that record, song-for-song. (Of course the buzz also says Mick Jagger will show up to sing “Heart of Stone.” You can’t always trust the buzz.) So when the lights go down, and the band rips into “Statesboro Blues,” against a backdrop of the Fillmore East album cover—well, you know it is going to be a special night. (And if you were paying attention, you saw Chuck Leavell’s set-up on the far right of the stage, boding well for set 2.)

Warren’s slide work on “Statesboro” is bluesy and controlled; then he works his way up the neck. Gregg lays on some barrelhouse tinkle, Derek plays some earthbound lead, and Warren adds high slidy accents against Gregg’s vocals. Gregg mentions the 35th anniversary of the Fillmore East, and Derek steps into the intro to “Done Somebody Wrong,” taken as a hard, swinging stop-time. Warren attacks on slide; it is the second song in a row on which both guitarists play slide. Derek plays a bluesy solo, his strings squealing in pain.

Gregg testifies on “Stormy Monday;” Warren steps up with some sweet counterpoints on the third verse. Derek takes the first solo, and waits three bars before entering with slide blues. Gregg next, offering waves of vitamin B3. Warren plants his feet and peels off the blues, the first guitar solo of the night without slide; an appreciative crowd cheers Warren as Gregg leans back into the vocals.

The band steps straight into “You Don’t Love Me,” eschewing the extended opening vamp of recent years. The run-through of the song proper seems a little perfunctory; after the vocals, Derek shreds, then improvises white heat as the band melts away behind him on the outro. Derek’s playing is slidy joy, he teases with long high question mark notes, hinting, foreshadowing. Warren locks on with Butch, and the band follows Warren’s nasty blue shimmy. Oteil boils over; the drums are smoldering, Warren is ripping it up. He pulls the band to a big, stretchy elastic stop… then Derek hits shuffle chords for the vamp that usually comes up front, Warren soars over the top, Derek hammers out a heartbeat, Warren is flying up and down the neck, Derek falls into furious strumming, and the band races into another hard stop. Now Derek delivers on his earlier tease, deliberately playing the sweet “Soul Serenade” melody lines. Warren adds nice harmonic rhythm, and now Derek and Warren are both flitting around the “Soul Serenade” melody, a glorious excursion, grounded in 35 years of history. Finally they move together, there’s an unspoken gesture passed between them, and the two guitarists put the piece to bed with a twin rendition of the “Joy to the World” lick. Magnificent.
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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by RCurry on Mar 19, 2006 - 08:27 PM
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What can I say that hasn't already been said ? Hmmmm, let's see now.....

An historic night. Made all the sweeter for my brother and I (both just arrived from England a couple of days before) by the fact that we were not consciously aware of the significance of the date. So when they ripped into Statesboro Blues, with the Fillmore cover as the backdrop, we were just absolutely gob-smacked ! And then, when they continued to play through the rest of the album (climaxing with that epic Whipping Post !). Well, I think that we could have both died happy there and then (especially since it was the first time we'd ever actually seen the band play Whipping Post live, despite 3 previous years of transatlantic pilgrimage) !

How do you follow that ?

Well: the Brothers complete the Fillmore 'homage' by opening the second set with Mountain Jam ! And then, aided and abetted by Chuck Leavell (!), go on to climax the set with an effervescant Jessica ! Then that encore: A stunning rendition of The Weight (without Chuck, but WITH Susan Tedeschi !). What a night, what a night.

The only 'disappointment' (if you can call it that ?), for me, was that I was so sure that Butch had just wanted to continue straight into Mountain Jam at the end of the first set ? But hey - you can't have everything !

I'm back home in England now, typing this. And already it seems like some glorious, distant dream. But: What a dream ! What a memory !! What a night !!!

Will there be an official 'Anniversary of The Fillmore' CD ? We can only live in hope. But at least we can say, "We were there !" (and I have the mini-discs to prove it !).

Long Live Rock And Roll !!!


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