Thread: Tonight's setlist so far...

RobJohnson - 4/3/2007 at 02:42 AM

Hey Everybody,

Copies from posts on the Guestbook by ABBcujo..

First Set

End of the Line
Trouble No More
Woman Across The River
Hotlanta
Good Clean Fun
44 Blues w/ Jimmy Vivino, guitar
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? w/Vivino
Egypt (YAY!)

Second set

Stormy Monday w/unknown keyboard player
Statesboro Blues w/unknown guitar player
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright w/ Susan Tedeschi




Looking good so far! That first set is completely ridiculous, great to see Egypt again.


InTheRace - 4/3/2007 at 02:45 AM

Cool. Thanks for posting!


zackspeachy - 4/3/2007 at 02:51 AM

Thanks was curious why nobody had this up.

Peace


LittleMuleGal - 4/3/2007 at 02:53 AM

Wow, this looks like a great, soulful set. I was hoping to hear End of the Line, myself.


drobyn - 4/3/2007 at 03:19 AM

Tedeschi back singing 'Don't Think Twice' at an Allman Brothers show .. *sigh*
I know I'll be in the minority here but geez guys.


77ABBhaynes - 4/3/2007 at 03:21 AM

Feel So Bad
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed


also...


nypeachhead - 4/3/2007 at 03:34 AM

Revival encore


No1ToRunWith - 4/3/2007 at 03:43 AM

quote:
Tedeschi back singing 'Don't Think Twice' at an Allman Brothers show .. *sigh*
I know I'll be in the minority here but geez guys.



No the version on FOX BOX is amazing


drobyn - 4/3/2007 at 04:32 AM

Okay let me explain ... I gave my tickets for tonights show away to people who have never been to the ABB Beacon run .They were so amazed by the band, I kept getting cell phone calls to hear what was being played .. which made me really happy. I thought I did good.
After Statesboro Blues the phone went dead and I got another call from outside the Beacon ... What followed wasn't good. To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.
Truth, I could certainly do without Susan as well, but this crew was pretty disgusted, walked out and won't go back, which I think is sad ... But hey more fans for Great Southern & Mule, I guess

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by drobyn]


ag1 - 4/3/2007 at 05:25 AM

Im not a huge Susan fan, but I dont think any 2 song stretch could make any reasonable person walk out and never want to come back.


dzobo - 4/3/2007 at 05:31 AM

quote:
To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.

I can understand if they don't like Susan's style compared to typical ABB material. But she does have a blues/folk feel and sings on key. I get the sense that these folks aren't very nuanced in how they feel/view music. If they can't tolerate a little diversity that's their problem. And to walk out of a show that they had been enjoying .... Well, more opportunities for the rest of us.


absnj - 4/3/2007 at 05:39 AM

quote:
Okay let me explain ... I gave my tickets for tonights show away to people who have never been to the ABB Beacon run .They were so amazed by the band, I kept getting cell phone calls to hear what was being played .. which made me really happy. I thought I did good.
After Statesboro Blues the phone went dead and I got another call from outside the Beacon ... What followed wasn't good. To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.
Truth, I could certainly do without Susan as well, but this crew was pretty disgusted, walked out and won't go back, which I think is sad ... But hey more fans for Great Southern & Mule, I guess

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by drobyn]


Your friends must be the Captain and Tenille of Mule fans. If that's the way they feel about Susan's singing and playing, I am glad they won't go back.


AnthonyP - 4/3/2007 at 05:46 AM

hey all ..this is my first post ever ... but i must say to walk out of a show because of a guest is the dumbest thing ive ever heard, especially if they were enjoying it (Obviosly they were enjoying it, its the allmans at the beacon) . The show looks smokin!!! Go get a beer or somehting when susan comes out if you hate her that much ....Next time dont waste ur ticket on such losers and give them to me


WharfRat - 4/3/2007 at 05:48 AM

quote:
quote:
Okay let me explain ... I gave my tickets for tonights show away to people who have never been to the ABB Beacon run .They were so amazed by the band, I kept getting cell phone calls to hear what was being played .. which made me really happy. I thought I did good.
After Statesboro Blues the phone went dead and I got another call from outside the Beacon ... What followed wasn't good. To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.
Truth, I could certainly do without Susan as well, but this crew was pretty disgusted, walked out and won't go back, which I think is sad ... But hey more fans for Great Southern & Mule, I guess

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by drobyn]


Your friends must be the Captain and Tenille of Mule fans. If that's the way they feel about Susan's singing and playing, I am glad they won't go back.


Same here.
I think Susan is an amazing talent.

Good one Alan.. LMAO


j9j5g - 4/3/2007 at 11:02 AM

quote:
quote:
Tedeschi back singing 'Don't Think Twice' at an Allman Brothers show .. *sigh*
I know I'll be in the minority here but geez guys.



No the version on FOX BOX is amazing


Yes it is!


j9j5g - 4/3/2007 at 11:04 AM

First Set

End of the Line
Trouble No More
Woman Across The River
Hotlanta
Good Clean Fun
44 Blues w/ Jimmy Vivino, guitar
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? w/Vivino
Egypt

Second set

Stormy Monday w/unknown keyboard player
Statesboro Blues w/unknown guitar player
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright w/ Susan Tedeschi
Feel So Bad
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed>
JaBuMa>
Liz Reed

Encore:
Revival


vinsanity231597 - 4/3/2007 at 11:28 AM

Last night was incredible. Derek and Warren both sounded great and Warren was 100% feeling better, you could tell it through his facial expressions and how he sounded. I happnedto be lucky enough to get in the front row and it was not an experience I'll ever forget. I'm going to put up my picutres in a week but I'm leaving now to go away so I can't do it or write a more full review.


pixielf - 4/3/2007 at 12:33 PM

quote:
First Set

End of the Line
Trouble No More
Woman Across The River
Hotlanta
Good Clean Fun
44 Blues w/ Jimmy Vivino, guitar
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? w/Vivino
Egypt

Second set

Stormy Monday w/unknown keyboard player
Statesboro Blues w/unknown guitar player
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright w/ Susan Tedeschi
Feel So Bad
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed>
JaBuMa>
Liz Reed

Encore:
Revival


Jimmy Vivino!! Very cool!!! Maybe the unknown keyboard player was Al Kooper??! He and Jimmy have a band called the Rekooperators. How can we find out?? This is very cool


RobJohnson - 4/3/2007 at 12:36 PM

I like Susan pretty good myself, but I've always thought "Don't Think Twice" was a strange choice for her to sing with the Allman Brothers. I wouldn't mind it if I never saw that again.

Having said that, your friends were foolish to leave, and it looks like they missed a lot of good music.


schneile - 4/3/2007 at 12:36 PM

quote:
Tedeschi back singing 'Don't Think Twice' at an Allman Brothers show .. *sigh*
I know I'll be in the minority here but geez guys.

\

It was beauteous.

Laura in NJ


schneile - 4/3/2007 at 12:39 PM

quote:
quote:
First Set

End of the Line
Trouble No More
Woman Across The River
Hotlanta
Good Clean Fun
44 Blues w/ Jimmy Vivino, guitar
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? w/Vivino
Egypt

Second set

Stormy Monday w/unknown keyboard player
Statesboro Blues w/unknown guitar player
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright w/ Susan Tedeschi
Feel So Bad
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed>
JaBuMa>
Liz Reed

Encore:
Revival


Jimmy Vivino!! Very cool!!! Maybe the unknown keyboard player was Al Kooper??! He and Jimmy have a band called the Rekooperators. How can we find out?? This is very cool


DANG...I KNEW that guitarist looked familiar! (As a huge Fab Faux fan, you'd think I'd have clued in, but it's always so hard when you see someone out of context)

The keyboard dude was a younger guy, with dark, shoulder-length, wavy hair parted in the middle and glasses. Does that ring any bells to anyone?

Laura in NJ


letitgro - 4/3/2007 at 12:42 PM

Saw last night's show (Mon. 4/02), thought the 1st set was "OK", and the 2nd set smoked! Stormy Monday and Statesboro to open the 2nd set were just as good as they could be, then Susan came on. There were nice jams in both Don't Think Twice & in Feel So Bad. I think Susan's solo in one of them (can't remember which of the two) was even better and consequently received a bigger ovation than either Derek or Warren's! Elizabeth Reed was good, and the Revival had a nice long instrumental build up before the vocals even started. As for guests, I believe there was another guitar player on a few songs (besides Jimmy Vivino), and there was also a guest on keyboards for a few songs.


Dorothyann - 4/3/2007 at 02:35 PM

I have been following Susan for years - long before she married Derek. Laura, Wharfy (hi Wharf Rat - see me waving?) were talking on the way home - how Susan's guitar playing is starting to explode in her own right. Guess you can't be married to the great DT without channeling some of the energy of the great guitar gods!

Susan has been doing DTTIAR, on her own for awhile now. She fits. The way this band has evolved - I sit (or stand) there and watch Gregg or Warren just watching them play with a look of awe and statisfaction on their faces. Who better to continue the traditions of this music, then to be under the tutelage of this band. There is so much Spirit in this run, it blows me away.

DA


nebish - 4/3/2007 at 02:39 PM

On last night's show:

I think it was awesome. I really enjoyed the first set. End of the Line was a great opener choice. Trouble No More is always good. Woman Across the River usually smokes. Old Before My Time, well, it's a good song. Things picked back up with Hot Lanta. After the opening guitars, when Gregg was getting ready for organ solo, Warren turned to Gregg and said 'oh yeah'. Like that song.

Good Clean Fun was real nice to hear. It was one I had been wanting to hear this run.

44 Blues with Vivino was great, for me the highlight of the first set. Vivino played some great stuff and everyone else did as well. Just when you were expecting the song to close, Warren and Derek streched it out real softly - real cool. I liked that one alot.

The first thing we thought when Why Does Love Have to be So Sad was 'Franklin's Tower is coming' - which ofcourse they didn't do. WDLHSS was real good and Vivino stayed on for it too.

I missed Derek's solo on Egypt on bathroom break (I know, shame on me), but Warren sounded good. I'm not a huge fan of the song so I'd rather let someone else give their thought on it.

All in all it was probably one of my favorite first sets. It ran 76 minutes.

Been wanting to hear Stormy Monday and got it as 2nd set opener! I think the guest keyboard was Katz. Aside from great key work by both Katz and Gregg, Warren was impressive on this one as well.

Statesboro Blues was a Derek spotlight pretty much. There was another guest, who also got a short solo, but Derek handled all slide and did a real nice job with the extended ending.

While they were tuning you could pick up that Don't Think Twice was coming next. Which I was perfectly fine with, hasn't it been a couple years since they did that one? Anyway I thought it was nice. Feel So Bad was good. It made me remember back to 2004 when Little Milton was on stage with them. Susan's solo got a huge reaction from the crowd showing that the ones who don't appreciate her with the band are definately in the minority.

In Memory of Elizabeth Reed had a real good Warren solo. I always try and remember the detail the band does as it enters the bass and drum solos and features, but sadly I really can't from last night. I do remember that the action on stage was a little different. Derek didn't play bass. The big bass drum was out front that Butch played, Oteil went to Butch's kit and Butch to the tympannis - all standard. The music was great. One big difference is that before everyone came back front stage, Jaimoe took off on a solo. The other drummers stopped to give him some spotlight. This is the first time I saw Jaimoe go off a little since I've been here, unless I missed it somewhere. So that was cool.

The second set ran real long. It didn't start until 10:13. Elizabeth Reed ended at 11:26! Regardless of time, the band did Revival encore and didn't hurry it or anything. The show ended at 11:37 - maybe the latest of the run so far.

This was really a great show I thought with plenty of highlights. Speaking of Derek he is a constant highlight. There were so many things that I didn't mention that are just typical Derek these days. I love Warren and his presence in the band is almost unreplacable. But Derek is the most talented and unique player living on earth - he is a star.


nebish - 4/3/2007 at 02:41 PM

Old Before My Time was played between Woman Across the River and Hot 'Lanta


Eileen1 - 4/3/2007 at 02:49 PM

Great review Nebish!! It was my first time seeing Susan and I thought she was really good. She did a short solo that was pretty good as well. The jam on 44 Blues and Why Does Love Have to Be So Sad was incredible!!! We also thought we heard alittle bit of Franklin Tower in there.


schneile - 4/3/2007 at 03:01 PM

quote:
On last night's show:

Been wanting to hear Stormy Monday and got it as 2nd set opener! I think the guest keyboard was Katz. Aside from great key work by both Katz and Gregg, Warren was impressive on this one as well.




YES, it's Bruce Katz on keys! Thanks for the ID and the killer review, Nebish!!


BigDaveOnBass - 4/3/2007 at 03:03 PM

quote:
Im not a huge Susan fan, but I dont think any 2 song stretch could make any reasonable person walk out and never want to come back.
Word.

I bet they would have stayed had they paid for their tix.

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by BigDaveOnBass]


No1ToRunWith - 4/3/2007 at 03:11 PM

I felt Susan's song was out of place on Friday. Agreed Warren was sick. Buppalo1 (Randall) said Derek and Warren came up with the setlist an hour before the show. Randall also said that the other guitar player Eric ? was there if Warren had to bail out quickly. So mostl likely by AWTNM Warren was very sick and the setlist changed on the fly.


Friday 3/30/2007

1. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
2. Trouble No More
3. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
4. Hot 'Lanta
5. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever


JDDjd - 4/3/2007 at 04:11 PM

quote:
Okay let me explain ... I gave my tickets for tonights show away to people who have never been to the ABB Beacon run .They were so amazed by the band, I kept getting cell phone calls to hear what was being played .. which made me really happy. I thought I did good.
After Statesboro Blues the phone went dead and I got another call from outside the Beacon ... What followed wasn't good. To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.
Truth, I could certainly do without Susan as well, but this crew was pretty disgusted, walked out and won't go back, which I think is sad ... But hey more fans for Great Southern & Mule, I guess

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by drobyn]



They walked out and would not return? And missed all the rest of the great music? The "Yoko" of the Allman Bros.? Hardly. I think that might actually be a crime. This is one count of "Extreme Close Mindedness in the First Degree," and one count of "Negligent Intolerance."


dadof2boys - 4/3/2007 at 04:19 PM

all i can add is after seeing SUSAN's performance in general & her guitar playing on 3/30--i wouldn't mind more Susan---the Yoko comparison is simply not smart....


Dorothyann - 4/3/2007 at 04:31 PM

quote:
all i can add is after seeing SUSAN's performance in general & her guitar playing on 3/30--i wouldn't mind more Susan---the Yoko comparison is simply not smart....


And actually pretty down rute rude IMHO

DA


schneile - 4/3/2007 at 04:40 PM

quote:
all i can add is after seeing SUSAN's performance in general & her guitar playing on 3/30--i wouldn't mind more Susan---the Yoko comparison is simply not smart....


Not to mention, have you SEEN her? I'm no lesbian, but I can appreciate a lovely woman, and when she's TALENTED too? YOU GO GIRL!!!!!!!!!



Laura in NJ


dougrhon - 4/3/2007 at 08:03 PM

It's ridiculous to compare Susan to Yoko Ono but I can understand the sentiment that she has been a little too present at this run. I'm not saying I agree but I can understand it.

Doug


M-UNIT - 4/3/2007 at 09:09 PM

quote:
Okay let me explain ... I gave my tickets for tonights show away to people who have never been to the ABB Beacon run .They were so amazed by the band, I kept getting cell phone calls to hear what was being played .. which made me really happy. I thought I did good.
After Statesboro Blues the phone went dead and I got another call from outside the Beacon ... What followed wasn't good. To sum up the conversation, she was called the Yoko Ono of the Allman Brothers Band.
Truth, I could certainly do without Susan as well, but this crew was pretty disgusted, walked out and won't go back, which I think is sad ... But hey more fans for Great Southern & Mule, I guess

[Edited on 4/3/2007 by drobyn]




They should consider themselves lucky Joey Arkenstat was not a guest.


jimcanfish - 4/3/2007 at 09:15 PM

Don't think Twice was a horror last night. Susan sang that ..... She is no Yoko (my ears hurt thinking of her sing) but the band does not need her.


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