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Event Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Start Time: 8:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: United Palace Theatre     Venue Web Site
Address: Broadway & 175th Street
Location: New York, New York Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map
Phone: 212-568-0915
Parking Lots Open:3:00 PM


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OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Don't Want You No More
2. It's Not My Cross To Bear
3. Leave My Blues at Home
4. Midnight Rider
5. Forty-Four Blues
6. End Of The Line
7. Egypt
8. The Same Thing
with James van de Bogert, drums
9. Revival
Set II
10. I Asked For Water
with James Blood Ulmer, guitar & vocals
11. One Way Out
12. Blind Willie McTell
13. That's What Love Will Make You Do
with Eric Krasno, guitar
14. No One To Run With
15. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Encore
16. Southbound
with Eric Krasno, guitar; Rob Barraco, keyboards
 

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by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 27, 2010 - 08:30 PM
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Don’t Want You No More >
Not My Cross to Bear
Leave My Blues at Home
Midnight Rider
44 Blues
End of the Line
Egypt
The Same Thing
Revival

I Asked for Water (James Blood Ulner)
One Way Out
Blind Willie McTell
That’s What Love Can Make You Do (Eric Krasno)
No One Left to Run With
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
E: Southbound (Krasno, Barraco)

A lot of things can affect how you experience a show—where you’re sitting, your mood, the company. I think Tuesday night may have been my best time of the five shows I saw at the Palace. That might or might not have been influenced by the fact that I managed to secure seats in the second row, and was joined by three friends from work who are all younger guys (early 30s). Two had never seen the Allman Brothers before, the other had seen them, but not when they had this much game. So I got to experience the show through the eyes and ears of these guys a little, and they were all jaws agape for over three hours…

“Don’t Want You No More” is always a great opener. Derek is crisp, spot on; Warren is too. Then the segue into the slow-blues “Not My Cross to Bear,” Gregg snarls out the vocals, Derek provides washes of tonal metal. “Leave My Blues at Home” is about a mile high, soaring, propulsive; my friends are blown away.

“Midnight Rider” is up next, a song they play like a just-so story, the same every night. But suddenly, where the song usually ends, Derek goes on a little downbeat journey, and whoa, slap me upside the head, the song gets… interesting. One of my friends turns to me. “It’s like a machine!” he says. A big, industrial machine, grinding out the music…

“Forty-Four Blues” is impossibly rubbery, bouncy, and soon gets as slow as it can possibly go… and… still… be… a… song… Derek solos over the slow, then takes off into the misty. He leads the band to a spacy place, then they accelerate, the inevitable hurtling end-over-end depositing us right back into the rubbery riff. Derek colors the outro.

“End of the Line” features a nice guitar duel, then the instrumental “Egypt.” Derek steers early on, but soon I’m carried away to someplace dry and sandy… soon Oteil falls deep into the pocket, Derek tosses out some rainy chords that signal the theme, and then hard into the finish. Oteil is all over the room on “The Same Thing”; maybe it’s the mix or where I’m sitting, but for me it’s an Oteil sort of night. James van de Bogert is on Jaimoe’s kit. Warren, then Derek, then they throw to Oteil who scats and plays at the same time on a solo interlude, into a ringing “Birdland”-like bass piece. Derek lassos the Palomino and he’s off, and now we’re on the A train heading back downtown, mixing metaphors as we go. A sweaty work-out. Then an effervescent “Revival” closes the set, leaving love everywhere in its wake.

James “Blood” Ulner is on with the band for a second set-opening “I Asked for Water,” a snaky “Smokestack Lightning” kind of deep blues, a dark smoky ominous groove. Then a chipper “One Way Out,” then a searing read of the Dylan song “Blind Willie McTell,” accompanied by the appropriate visual aids onscreen (shots of the man himself.) The band goes scratching all the way to the bottom of the song’s elegiac blues narrative. Gregg and Warren split the verses but hit the chorus in harmony. Warren steps up and sings his tale of woe through the guitar. They have corralled the song and made it their own. Highlight.

Eric Krasno joins for “That’s What Love Can Make You Do,” a sprightly blues which features a killer three-guitar rhythm beast under the verse, then a bright three-man solo weave, Warren goes all happy on your ass. Then back to the weave, less like cutting, more like a game of hot potato, until bam! Derek throws it back to the verse, eliciting a collective “Whoa!” from the crowd. It is one of those nights where it doesn’t matter what song they play…

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by FredaJ on Mar 17, 2010 - 09:46 AM
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3/16/2010

1st Set:
Don't Want You No More
Not My Cross To Bear
Leave My Blues At Home
Midnight Rider
Forty Four Blues
End Of The Line
Egypt
The Same Thing
Revival

2nd Set:
I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) - w/James Blood Ulmer
One Way Out
Blind Willie McTell
That's What Love Will Make You Do - w/Eric Krasno
No One To Run With
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed>>JaMaBuBu>>Bass>>
>>Jam>>In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed

Encore:
Southbound - w/Rob Barraco & Eric Krasno


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