Thread: 3/18 Setlist

tumbleweed - 3/19/2014 at 01:13 AM

Joe - any updates? Thanks ......


joe-beacon - 3/19/2014 at 01:31 AM

Trouble no more
Leave my blues at home
Rockin horse
Low down dirty mean
Revival
Egypt
Found a love W/juke horns
Makes no difference W/juke horns
Same thing W/juke horns

2nd set
One way out W/Robert Randolph
Done somebody wrong
Desdemona
Feel like breaking up someone's home W/juke horns
Stanback W/juke horns
Please call home W/juke horns
Mountain jam
Encore
Southbound W/Jeff pitchell -guitar juke horns

[Edited on 3/19/2014 by joe-beacon]


mikesolo - 3/19/2014 at 01:37 AM

This is a HOT show even though they haven't played the last two songs on Joe's list yet :-). Having a great time tonight!


GregB86 - 3/19/2014 at 01:38 AM

It Makes No Difference? Awesome. So they didn't play it yet. Really want to know who is handling the vocals on that one. Rick Danko's delicate vocals seem like a bit of a stretch for Warren or Gregg.


Rocknrolljunkie3 - 3/19/2014 at 01:43 AM

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It Makes No Difference? Awesome. So they didn't play it yet. Really want to know who is handling the vocals on that one. Rick Danko's delicate vocals seem like a bit of a stretch for Warren or Gregg.


Saw them do this one or two times during the 2012 run.....Warren does a very admirable job with it! Check out the version Mule did at Mountain Jam that year. That was a great night!


joe-beacon - 3/19/2014 at 01:43 AM

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It Makes No Difference? Awesome. So they didn't play it yet. Really want to know who is handling the vocals on that one. Rick Danko's delicate vocals seem like a bit of a stretch for Wa
rren or Gregg.


Warren singing it


mikesolo - 3/19/2014 at 03:01 AM

Years ago I used to think of Desdemona as a "bathroom song" - no way the case now!


TuffJew - 3/19/2014 at 03:18 AM

WOW! That is amazing 2nd set..nice to see Desdemona added..and MJ...thanks Joe


ABBfan78 - 3/19/2014 at 03:22 AM

very similar to last Tuesday


PauliG - 3/19/2014 at 03:33 AM

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very similar to last Tuesday


In what way? The only 3 songs they played last Tuesday that they played tonight are "Done Somebody Wrong', "One Way Out" & "The Same Thing". Unless I'm mistaken.


ooogie - 3/19/2014 at 06:15 AM

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very similar to last Tuesday


In what way? The only 3 songs they played last Tuesday that they played tonight are "Done Somebody Wrong', "One Way Out" & "The Same Thing". Unless I'm mistaken.


I went last Tuesday and tonight. Last week 'Same Thing' had the slow intro.

Great second set tonight! Whatta' band! No other like them! I'm gonna' really miss these Beacon runs.


AlPaul - 3/19/2014 at 12:08 PM

That was a great show,


DocRich99 - 3/19/2014 at 12:35 PM

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That was a great show,


Totally in agreement with Mr. Paul. Obviously we are all fans on this here board, and perhaps a little biased? But I was absolutely blown away by what I witnessed last night. Just a killer show/set list from start to finish. "It Makes No Difference" with horns?? "One Way Out" with Robert Randolph?? Amazing - just two highlights in a night chock full of them.

Also - by my watch we did not get out until past midnight, latest show of the run so far?

[Edited on 3/19/2014 by DocRich99]


mulefool - 3/19/2014 at 01:17 PM

What an amazing show!! It makes no difference please call home were both sick!
One way out with RR WAS too cool. Same thing southbound and desdemona all were
Incredible. Ended at about 12:10!!


mtnjam67 - 3/19/2014 at 01:24 PM

Ya know ,I read each night after the show descriptions of "epic" , " outstanding" , " classic " , " Unreal" , " one for the ages " . Everyone has a formula that quantifies their reason for describing the show as they do .
Disclaimer , I have not gone to a show in about 5 years . I just can't do it anymore as they have really become a greatest hits show . I love when Warren throws in " Into the Mystic " and other great covers ....I know others hate it as much as I love it .
I cannot stand the Juke horns ! To me , there's nothing ABB about them and they have no place in 99% of the songs . Last nights show seemed like a Juke Horns with special guest The Allman Brothers .They played on almost half the songs !
Again , everyone gets excited by hearing different songs and all it takes is to hear that one song ,your favorite song to make the concert experience "epic" or "amazing" for you . For me , If I never heard Desdemona , Rocking Horse , Stand Back and a Whipping Post Encore ever again, I'd be happy .
I'd much prefer Mtn Jam and Liz Reed to make my day with a little One Way Out and Revival to wrap things up .
One mans garbage is another mans gold . My 2cents are that most of these shows have been nothing special , then again , it's not like they're going to reinvent themselves at this point in their career , but please get up there on your own merits and not with the Juke Horns for half the show .

ok rant over ...


Canyouhearit - 3/19/2014 at 01:54 PM

Wow, who micturated in your cornflakes.

You haven't been to a show in 5 years, yet you're commenting on last night's show....

Uh, ok.

No one here so far called last night 'epic' or 'unreal.'

Looks just like another good solid show.

While every show I've seen isn't 'epic' or 'phenomenal,' I've been going to 2-3 a year since '91 and I still have yet to see a washout where they just mailed it in.

Maybe I'm just drinking too much of the kool-aid

Can't wait to drink some more Fri. night!

-Rob J.


kcijones001 - 3/19/2014 at 02:07 PM

A greatest hits show?
Seriously?
My fourth show was last night and honestly, every night is different. I've been to a warren show, a Derek show, a warren and Derek show. One show you barely knew Gregg was there. Others he stood out and at one he even got his old ass up up and did an acoustic song or two.
I do think Derek has become a little bored and probably not feeling challenged anymore, but by no means does that reflect or effect his performances. He is still my favorite guitarist and he has been nothing short of amazing each show. I'm looking forward to seeing what my next two shows have to offer.


kcijones001 - 3/19/2014 at 02:07 PM

A greatest hits show?
Seriously?
My fourth show was last night and honestly, every night is different. I've been to a warren show, a Derek show, a warren and Derek show. One show you barely knew Gregg was there. Others he stood out and at one he even got his old ass up up and did an acoustic song or two.
I do think Derek has become a little bored and probably not feeling challenged anymore, but by no means does that reflect or effect his performances. He is still my favorite guitarist and he has been nothing short of amazing each show. I'm looking forward to seeing what my next two shows have to offer.


ABBfan78 - 3/19/2014 at 02:14 PM

"i haven't been to a show in 5 years, but let me tell you what i think about last night" has to be the most idiotic statement i have ever read on here.


Chadmon - 3/19/2014 at 02:22 PM

Very fun show, lots to grab onto and the big jam pieces delivered. In addition to the guests already listed (horns, RR and Jeff Pitchell), Yonrico Scott played Jaimoe's kit during "Same Thing." There was also a guest percussionist for that one whose name I didn't catch, but he played Marc's perc rig with Jaimoe!


ABBfan78 - 3/19/2014 at 02:23 PM

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very similar to last Tuesday


In what way? The only 3 songs they played last Tuesday that they played tonight are "Done Somebody Wrong', "One Way Out" & "The Same Thing". Unless I'm mistaken.


well you are mistaken. 4 songs the same, in the same place, with juke horns is SIMILAR, not the same exactly obviously


ooogie - 3/19/2014 at 02:53 PM

Lol at all the setlist watchers and complainers.
I don't see any concert attendees complaining?


absnj - 3/19/2014 at 03:05 PM

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Very fun show, lots to grab onto and the big jam pieces delivered. In addition to the guests already listed (horns, RR and Jeff Pitchell), Yonrico Scott played Jaimoe's kit during "Same Thing." There was also a guest percussionist for that one whose name I didn't catch, but he played Marc's perc rig with Jaimoe!


I believe that was Cyril Neville


gio - 3/19/2014 at 03:17 PM

I have been to every show... Between his performances Saturday and Tuesday I would like to welcome Mr. Gregg Allman back to Allman Brothers Band. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts... Setlist and Juke Horns aside, that was by far their best show as a band.

Larry D via Giņ


Geno - 3/19/2014 at 03:30 PM

"I'd much prefer Mtn Jam and Liz Reed to make my day with a little One Way Out and Revival to wrap things up ."
The individual who hasn't been to a show in 5 years because they feel the Brothers have become a "greatest hits" band, goes on to state their personal preference for not one, but four songs that many people would consider some of their best, most beloved songs (i.e. great hits). Don't get me wrong, I've been to so many shows, there have certainly been plenty of nights where I would have preferred to hear some of their "deep cuts" or less popular tunes (High Falls, Pegasus, Kind of Bird) rather than another version of Whipping Post or Dreams. However, there are a lot of fans for whom any one of these shows could be their very first ABB show and many of them would probably be very disappointed if they didn't get to hear a couple of the so-called greatest hits. All that being said, let's face it, we should all be thankful that we can still go to see and hear some of the most incredibly talented and passionate musicians ever assembled on one stage (and that includes all the various incarnations and permutations of band members from 1969 to the present line-up) play some of the most intricate, exciting and rocking live music being created today. Especially in this day and age of pre-packaged, over-produced and over-hyped musical dreck that most of the general public is being subjected to and consuming. If they only knew what they were missing.
God bless the ABB and March Musical Madness in NYC!


AlPaul - 3/19/2014 at 04:38 PM

Duane very much wanted to add a hornsection to the ABB and surely would have done it with receipts picking up.


wease - 3/19/2014 at 05:03 PM

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**** the Juke horns give me the full Allman Brothers undiluted. AND **** Rocking Horse, I hate that damn song they've run it into the ground. They are the greatest blues band of ALL time they don't need ANY horns no Into the Mystic, the horns are great for Gregg's personal band but not the ABB. How 'bout some ol' Tom Doucette or Southside Johnnie on harp. Duane loved Ace Doucette. How bout playin Oh Pretty Woman or Dimples or Outskirts of Town. Great old Original band cover songs. If you are dippin' into old songs. Trash Rocking Horse it sucks.
It is not a variety show it's The Allman Brothers Band put together by the greatest slide/lead guitar player of ALL time, play it like you remember Duane. For God sake his memory deserves that much.


Wow. You're a pretty bitter guy.

They ARE playing it like they remember Duane. Half the songs in a set with him would be cover songs. Same as today. Why restrict them to cover songs the band started playing 45 years ago? Do you really think Duane would still only be playing songs from the early days of the band? He would've been moving on into the future. He would've moved beyond '69-71. Just like you should.

Also, like Alan said, Duane DID want horns in his band.

One more thing, learn punctuation.


absnj - 3/19/2014 at 05:25 PM

It's very hard to judge a show by the setlist, and last night was no exception. I am not generally a fan of the Juke Horns, and if I saw them playing on so many songs, I would be glad if I missed the show.

Last night when they play as backup, they brought a lot to the table an, especially on Stand Back and Please Call Home.

But as solo artists, they do not play at anywhere near the level of the other artists on the stage. You want a horn player that holds his own with Warren and Derek? Bring on Ron Holloway, Bill Evans, or Jay Collins.

For me the best part of Southbound is the rapid interplay between Derek, Warren, and the guests. Last night the were separate solos from the guest guitar player and some of the Jukes. Nothing from Derek or Warren. In that regard, for me the song was a disappointment.

I also cringe when the Juke Horns take the stage, because I cannot stand Into the Mystic,, and thankfully they did not do it last night. That has nothing to do with the horns, I just don't enjoy the ABB doing that song.


fensranger - 3/19/2014 at 06:17 PM

assuming the horns are a go tonight that would make 4 shows so far. Way TOOOO much. Not sure why the horns are out there almost every weeknight. I can remember the horns playing 2 shows a run but it has increased over last year or two. I enjoy the horns but to me, the guests should be more of a one time a run guest.

Anyhow, am looking forward to my show on Friday. Seems as if the run is very spread out and long this year as far as the timeline.


BillyBlastoff - 3/19/2014 at 06:28 PM

Last night's show was epic! It was unreal!

There. I said it.

The show was fantastic. Epic? On what scale?

Rockin' Horse was emotional (for me). I got shivers during Mountain Jam. One Way Out was a great crowd pleaser. Desdemona was everything I hoped. The interplay between Derek, Warren, Oteil and the drummers if freakin' unbelieveable!

I've been going to all kinds of shows over the last 4 decades. In my opinion the Allman Brothers I saw last night are the tightest band I've ever seen. Tight as a drum. They are hard, hard working improvistaional musicians. Listening and playing their music with professionalism and skill. They have soul.


mtnjam67 - 3/19/2014 at 06:28 PM

You guys bashing me as expected , because a non bashing forum , well that wouldn't be the internet now would it : )
My post was a statement , my opinion , an observation ...... Of course I can comment on last nights show without having been there . All I said was they played a bunch of songs that just don't do it for me .... Those songs for someone else might make the show " epic " or "the best show ever "
Yes I'd prefer to hear IMOER or Mtn Jam , yes that falls under their " greatest hits catalog ..... but that's what would make it a great show for me .
The Juke Horns , again it's one persons opinion . Mine is they have no place on that stage .

Alan , perfect example . You hate "Into the Mystic" ... I like it A LOT , with NO HORNS of course : )

And again for those of you attacking me directly , I didn't attack any of you , call you names etc ... It's funny how a site full of people that preach karma , peace love , sharing etc .... is so quick to attack people when their favorite band is questioned .





Ed - 3/19/2014 at 06:30 PM

I was at the 3/15 show no guests other than Duane trucks and the drum tech on jaimoe's drums. It appears so far that most guest have been on the weekday shows an not the weekend shows. I hear Susan T will make a showing at some point. Not my cup of tea but I know a lot like her. I love the Juke horns. I remember many Beacons ago the original Juke horns at some of the shows. Most of those guys have gigs on late night tv shows. I am thinking Bill Evans or Ron Holloway may make a showing at some point.
Ed


mtnjam67 - 3/19/2014 at 06:45 PM

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I was at the 3/15 show no guests other than Duane trucks and the drum tech on jaimoe's drums. It appears so far that most guest have been on the weekday shows an not the weekend shows. I hear Susan T will make a showing at some point. Not my cup of tea but I know a lot like her. I love the Juke horns. I remember many Beacons ago the original Juke horns at some of the shows. Most of those guys have gigs on late night tv shows. I am thinking Bill Evans or Ron Holloway may make a showing at some point.
Ed


Ed, Susan T absolutely does nothing for me . I wonder how many ABB fans would be a fan of hers if not via the Derek wife connection .
I was there for the origianl Juke Horn lineup ... sure it's cool , it's the original guys ,( like you said about Susan ) but it's not my cup of tea : )


sevan378 - 3/19/2014 at 07:08 PM

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Rockin' Horse was emotional (for me). I got shivers during Mountain Jam. One Way Out was a great crowd pleaser. Desdemona was everything I hoped. The interplay between Derek, Warren, Oteil and the drummers if freakin' unbelieveable!

I've been going to all kinds of shows over the last 4 decades. In my opinion the Allman Brothers I saw last night are the tightest band I've ever seen. Tight as a drum. They are hard, hard working improvistaional musicians. Listening and playing their music with professionalism and skill. They have soul.
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Agree with all of that. I love the weekday shows, I feel like we get a slightly different sort of show than on weekends.

As for the Juke Horns, I'm in the camp that doesn't love it when they show up, though sometimes I do enjoy what they add. My ideal guest is Bill Evans, I'm a huge fan of his.


wease - 3/19/2014 at 09:35 PM

I must be the only one hoping I get the Juke Horns on Fri or Sat. I've never seen a show with them, but I've listened to many shows with them and I think they really enhance the band.

[Edited on 3/19/2014 by wease]


wease - 3/19/2014 at 09:38 PM

Never mind. Double post from the first page somehow.

[Edited on 3/20/2014 by wease]


tommars - 3/19/2014 at 09:52 PM

Love the juke horns. Lots of fun. The band knows when to step them back. I really like the otis tributes they do sometime with Warren singing Been Loving You too Long or I got dreams with a spot light on Mr. Jaimoe.
Really looking forward to tonight. Usually whatever they play is fantastic. I try not get hung up with who is or who isn't on stage. More often than not, it all sounds fantastic.


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