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Event Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2007
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. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
2. Trouble No More
3. Woman Across The River
4. Old Before My Time
5. Come and Go Blues
6. Maydell
7. Stand Back
8. Spoonful
with Col. Bruce Hampton, vocals; Audley Freed, guitar
9. Instrumental Illness
Set II
10. I Shall Be Released
with Susan Tedeschi, vocals; Kevin Kinney, vocals & guitar; Brian Mitchell, keyboards
11. Anything Goes
with Susan Tedeschi, vocals; Yon Rico Scott, drums
12. Statesboro Blues
with Brian Mitchell, organ; Gregg, piano
13. Gambler's Roll
14. Hoochie Coochie Man
15. Les Brers In A Minor
Encore
16. One Way Out
with Audley Freed, guitar; Matt Abts, drums
 

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by joe-beacon (j2deep@aol.com)
on Mar 28, 2007 - 07:48 AM
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another kick ass show here is the set list
1st set
don't keep me wonderin'
trouble no more
woman across the river
old before my time
come & go blues
maydell
standback
spoonful w/col. bruce hampton singing/ audley freed on guitar
instrumental illness

2nd set
i shall be released w/ brian mitchell on organ /kevin kinney on guitar / susan tedeschi singing / no gregg
any day susan tedeschi singing / yonrico scott on drums/ no jamieo
statesboro blues w/ brian mitchell on organ / gregg on piano
gamblers roll
hoochie coochie man
les breres in a minor >
bass/drums > oteil on drums/ derek on bass
les breres in a minor
encore :
one way out w/ matt abbs on drums / audley freed on guitar / no butch


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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 29, 2007 - 04:17 PM
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Butch plays an insistent cymbal beat as the band takes the stage and tunes; finally Derek plays a line over Butch’s beat and after a good long while it becomes the first song of the evening, “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’.” Oteil is back to the house, facing the drummers, eyes closed, grooving; he must want to feel Butch’s power in his heart. Derek solos on the outro; Warren bends low with the music, transferring sheer physical energy to Derek. A fierce Butch drive, and an extended Derek jam into a hard finish. Gregg, continuing his strong presence all run, rocks forward into the mic for his vocals on “Trouble No More,” with Derek tossing in accents around the vocal lines. Warren takes his first solo of the night, then Derek plays some beautifully abrasive slide lines against Gregg’s vocals. A nice old school one-two punch to open.

Warren counts in “Woman Across the River.” Oteil does a deep walk, Derek plays shrill, flat lines, giving way to a Gregg solo. Derek plays some splashy molten blues, eliciting an ovation; the final vocal section, then the outro, where Warren rains down some fluid notes, then Derek and Warren trade lines, Derek wails, Warren faces him, fixes on him, then matches his intensity as the two of them drive hard to the close.

Warren plays some folk guitar with Gregg’s singing on “Old Before My Time,” Marc’s tambourine is the only percussion, and Oteil plays a light bass line. After the first verse the band comes in, restrained; a nice melancholy Warren solo. As the song dies down, Warren looks over at Butch and mouths the count-in for “Come and Go Blues.” Derek’s notes between verses are fat in the middle, like the cigars that cartoon gangsters used to smoke. The band falls into a sweet pocket toward the end; Warren turns first to Greg, then Derek, that cackle grin spread wide across his face…

“Maydell” is a nice swaying shuffle, Warren using a piercing muddy wah-wah tone on the riff. Derek solos over the outro choo choo ch’boogie; he’s the train whistle crying out over the top. The band falls hard forward as Butch plays some fast triplets, and the band comes out the other side in a hard groove. Warren changes the pace with a hard snatch of the melody line, pushing the music to a new groove, with Derek over the top. Soon Warren and Derek are soloing at the same time; it is as if each is hearing the other’s solo as part of the groove he’s playing against, and it all blends together… then totally in synch back to the “Maydell” riff to finish. It is a highlight. Butch counts in “Standback,” which is highlighted by a Derek wild man solo over the rubbery lick.

Audley Freed joins the fray on guitar, and Colonel Bruce Hampton joins on vocals, for a lo-down dirty run through “Spoonful.” Derek and Freed play the opening lick; Warren plays a brief, psychedelic wavy figure, then the Colonel steps up for some nasty vocals. This is a man who truly channels Howlin’ Wolf. Freed takes a one-chord solo, Derek takes the ball for a brief vamp, and the Colonel does his Wolf thing again. Freed takes his second solo, laying on some tasty slide work as the band heats up behind him, pulling up into the lick as Freed completes his melodic statement. The Colonel is back with that funky crazy Howlin’ Wolf-by-way-of-Zappa vocal delivery, the band cools down as Derek solos gingerly. Freed totally “gets it,” responds in kind, then some call and response between the two. Finally the drummers put the song to bed. A good time has been had by all.

The set closes with “Instrumental Illness,” a jazzy version that doesn’t quite scale the heights of last Tuesday’s take (the set list originally had “Les Brers” here, crossed off as the band decided late in the game to add “Illness.”) Oteil kicks it off and communes directly with your ass, into the theme. Gregg vamps over Oteil and some driving drum work. Derek does some exploration, with Gregg holding down the chords; Derek pulls at long twisted notes, while Oteil locks with the drums and the band runs again at

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