Thread: March 10th 2009 setlist

Smattermonnat - 3/11/2009 at 10:02 AM

March 10, 2009
Beacon Theatre
NY, NY

SEI 1
Ain't Wastin' Time
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot 'Lanta
It Stoned Me
Stand Back
Revival!!!
Red House w/ Johnny Winter
You Don't Love Me w/ Johnny Winter
Highway 61 Revisited w/ Johnny Winter

Set break

Set 2
Les Brers in A Minor
Come & Go Blues
Melissa
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ No More w/ Los Lobos
Good Morning Little School Girl w/ Los Lobos
Wasted Words
No One Left To Run With Anymore

Encore
Blues Jam w/ Los Lobos
One Way Out w/ Los Lobos


CanadianMule - 3/11/2009 at 10:16 AM

Thanks

That other thread with the Guns and Roses song had me messed up.


Neil01 - 3/11/2009 at 10:18 AM

Same here. I'll be there Tues., Thurs and Friday and was a bit worried!!


BIGV - 3/11/2009 at 10:56 AM

quote:
March 10, 2009
Beacon Theatre
NY, NY

SEI 1
Ain't Wastin' Time
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot 'Lanta
It Stoned Me
Stand Back
Revival!!!
Red House w/ Johnny Winter
You Don't Love Me w/ Johnny Winter
Highway 61 Revisited w/ Johnny Winter

Set break

Set 2
Les Brers in A Minor
Come & Go Blues
Melissa
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ No More w/ Los Lobos
Good Morning Little School Girl w/ Los Lobos
Wasted Words
No One Left To Run With Anymore

Encore
Blues Jam w/ Los Lobos
One Way Out w/ Los Lobos



Damn!...The West coast dates can't get here soon enough!


nebish - 3/11/2009 at 10:58 AM

I appreciate the set list post.


Red House!! Wow. Looks like another stellar night!


Smattermonnat - 3/11/2009 at 11:14 AM

quote:
I appreciate the set list post.


Red House!! Wow. Looks like another stellar night!


Red House was great- Johnny sounded fantastic as was his playing...
You Don't Love Me had it's problems- Gregg missed his vocal cue at the intro, stumbling a bit (warranting some smiles from Warren) and I thought Johnny's playing was out of key @ times on this song however they all recovered nicely for a great Hwy 61 Revisited. The Los Lobos fellas were great as well but my highlights were Stand Back & Revival (I thought Derek was in the zone & really separated himself from the pack during these tunes) and Les Brers to open the 2nd set.

My word, what can night #3 bring????


Rusty - 3/11/2009 at 11:37 AM

This year's run is rapidly approaching the 2006 version in terms of guests and overall musical energy! How I wish I could be at even one of these shows!


biodtl5 - 3/11/2009 at 12:38 PM

I hope somebody posts a picture with the guys from Los Lobos, that was rock and roll guitar history up there last night. A Gibson Les Paul and SG, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster. What more could you ask for?

There was also a little "Walk Don't Run" jam/tuning before the encore.


hoochiecoochiegirl - 3/11/2009 at 01:01 PM

{{{{Sigh}}}}


Angelemerald - 3/11/2009 at 01:31 PM

Nice show. Moogis Rocks!!!


suk0 - 3/11/2009 at 01:31 PM

Yeah there were quite a few points tonight in which the band "Missed" the Note. The first line of Done Somebody Wrong was botched completely. I forgot who messed up right now but it was definitely muffed up. When they started You Don't Love Me, Gregg thought Johnny was gonna sing it but when Johnny didn't start singing, Gregg had to pick up mid first line. Not horrible, but definitely noticeable. Come and Go Blues had 2 or 3 flubs by the entire band, which I've seen them do in the past. It was a good show, not as good as the first night IMO...Tuesday's show had too much soloing(from the guests) that didn't seem to go anywhere at all. It just ended up sounding like a Grateful Dead solo.

All in all, still a good show and I really liked Standback, as I always do.


drobyn - 3/11/2009 at 01:51 PM

The few mistakes were nothing - Tuesday nights show blew the roof off the Beacon. I got my wish to see Johnny Winter with them again and Los Lobos all in one evening. A night of incredible musicians & music. Even the set list shot monday nights show away. We left the Beacon very happy and this morning there is so music from last night playing in my head along with images of some of my favorite musicians all on one stage ... heaven

For anyone in the city thursday night with nothing to do, Los Lobos is playing Irving Plaza


drobyn - 3/11/2009 at 01:55 PM

Was anyone down in the Orch. on Gregs side where that guy was dancing while balancing the beer bottle on his head ? Someone was taking video of him .. I'd really like to see that again, lol


dancingrhonda - 3/11/2009 at 02:04 PM

Nice! I'm getting chills.


lolasdeb - 3/11/2009 at 02:08 PM

So cool seeing that line of guitars on stage last night! Another amazing show!


CindyE - 3/11/2009 at 02:21 PM

A few miscues are no problem, that's what you get in live performances! It's fine with me!


porkchopbob - 3/11/2009 at 03:11 PM

quote:
March 10, 2009
Beacon Theatre
NY, NY

SEI 1
Ain't Wastin' Time
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot 'Lanta
It Stoned Me
Stand Back
Revival!!!
Red House w/ Johnny Winter
You Don't Love Me w/ Johnny Winter
Highway 61 Revisited w/ Johnny Winter

Set break

Set 2
Les Brers in A Minor
Come & Go Blues
Melissa
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ No More w/ Los Lobos
Good Morning Little School Girl w/ Los Lobos
Wasted Words
No One Left To Run With Anymore

Encore
Blues Jam w/ Los Lobos
One Way Out w/ Los Lobos



Tuesday night's show was pretty good. I wouldn't say it was great, there was never a roof raising moment, but the energy was there. What always happens to me at Beacon shows is I hear about a great set list and guests on the night before I go, I would have loved a "Mountain Jam", "Little Martha", Tah Mahal on "Statesboro Blues" and Levon Helm joining them for "The Weight", etc., but what can you do? Tuesday was still solid. That's the great thing about the Beacon run - the variety and surprises.

This was my first Beacon show since 2006 (caught them at Jones Beach the past couple years), and oddly enough, they opened with the same song from the last one I was at, "Ain't Wasting Time". I was kind of unprepared for my reaction, it really hit me. I've been pretty busy and stressed out lately, and as soon as that piano lick kicked in, I was able to forget about all of that for the first time in a long while. I had forgotten the effect this band can have on me.

For me, the show never got any better than that. It was still solid, I thoroghly enjoyed myself, but there was no "oh my holy God" moment. The first set was really good, "Done Somebody Wrong" was great, even if Gregg looked like he was ready to play "Hot "'Lanta". I had never heard the band cover "It Stoned Me" but it was everything I had expected it to be: pleasant but pointless. It's a nice song, but the band doesn't do anything very interesting with it. "Revival" had a nice little extension to it in the middle that maybe went on a minute too long. "Stand Back" rocked for sure.

Johnny Winter on "Red House" was pretty smoking, but "Highway 61 Revisted" is a great example of what happens when two artists play the same song differently at the same time. Johnny plays that song fast and dirty, and the Allmans play it in a slow blues groove - Johnny sounded like a man holding back.

Second set was pretty solid, too, but nothing that blew my mind. "Come & Go Blues" is always welcome, and Los Lobos was a nice surprise on "Don't Keep Me Wondering". "Good Morning Little School Girl" always leaves me time to start thinking of what subway line I'm taking home or work I have to do for the next day. They take that song a little too seriously, I find it kind of silly and for some reason it happens to pop up at every other Allman show I go to. Ah well...

"No One to Run With" was pretty rocking but I've still not warmed to the appendix they've tacked on: that song was perfect already. Still a nice run through. The highlight of the second set for me was "Waster Words" - really the first song since "Ain't Wasting Time" that Derek really let loose on that night.

The encore was solid (the word of the night), I give them credit for doing something more than just playing "Southbound/No One to Run With/or One Way Out" and you could tell they probably did it because Los Lobos didn't really know the Allmans' music well and any guitarist can play generic blues. It's like when your friend who is a picky eater comes over for dinner so you cook meatloaf, but it was still a nice moment. It was good meatloaf.

I was surprised there was no extended instrumental in the second set, I was half expecting "Liz Reed" since I happen to hear that at everyone other show, too. All in all, good show, but it sounded like they're still getting their Beacon legs, I'm hoping for a "Dreams" on Friday night, but I wouldn't be surprised if that shows up on Thursday. I'm still looking forward to more.


schneile - 3/11/2009 at 03:30 PM

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I hope somebody posts a picture with the guys from Los Lobos, that was rock and roll guitar history up there last night. A Gibson Les Paul and SG, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster. What more could you ask for?




I have a pic or two of all four of the geetars; I will post them after my nap


biodtl5 - 3/11/2009 at 03:47 PM

quote:
quote:
I hope somebody posts a picture with the guys from Los Lobos, that was rock and roll guitar history up there last night. A Gibson Les Paul and SG, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster. What more could you ask for?




I have a pic or two of all four of the geetars; I will post them after my nap


Fantastic, thanks.


absnj - 3/11/2009 at 03:58 PM

quote:
quote:
March 10, 2009
Beacon Theatre
NY, NY

SEI 1
Ain't Wastin' Time
Done Somebody Wrong
Hot 'Lanta
It Stoned Me
Stand Back
Revival!!!
Red House w/ Johnny Winter
You Don't Love Me w/ Johnny Winter
Highway 61 Revisited w/ Johnny Winter

Set break

Set 2
Les Brers in A Minor
Come & Go Blues
Melissa
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ No More w/ Los Lobos
Good Morning Little School Girl w/ Los Lobos
Wasted Words
No One Left To Run With Anymore

Encore
Blues Jam w/ Los Lobos
One Way Out w/ Los Lobos



Tuesday night's show was pretty good. I wouldn't say it was great, there was never a roof raising moment, but the energy was there. What always happens to me at Beacon shows is I hear about a great set list and guests on the night before I go, I would have loved a "Mountain Jam", "Little Martha", Tah Mahal on "Statesboro Blues" and Levon Helm joining them for "The Weight", etc., but what can you do? Tuesday was still solid. That's the great thing about the Beacon run - the variety and surprises.

This was my first Beacon show since 2006 (caught them at Jones Beach the past couple years), and oddly enough, they opened with the same song from the last one I was at, "Ain't Wasting Time". I was kind of unprepared for my reaction, it really hit me. I've been pretty busy and stressed out lately, and as soon as that piano lick kicked in, I was able to forget about all of that for the first time in a long while. I had forgotten the effect this band can have on me.

For me, the show never got any better than that. It was still solid, I thoroghly enjoyed myself, but there was no "oh my holy God" moment. The first set was really good, "Done Somebody Wrong" was great, even if Gregg looked like he was ready to play "Hot "'Lanta". I had never heard the band cover "It Stoned Me" but it was everything I had expected it to be: pleasant but pointless. It's a nice song, but the band doesn't do anything very interesting with it. "Revival" had a nice little extension to it in the middle that maybe went on a minute too long. "Stand Back" rocked for sure.

Johnny Winter on "Red House" was pretty smoking, but "Highway 61 Revisted" is a great example of what happens when two artists play the same song differently at the same time. Johnny plays that song fast and dirty, and the Allmans play it in a slow blues groove - Johnny sounded like a man holding back.

Second set was pretty solid, too, but nothing that blew my mind. "Come & Go Blues" is always welcome, and Los Lobos was a nice surprise on "Don't Keep Me Wondering". "Good Morning Little School Girl" always leaves me time to start thinking of what subway line I'm taking home or work I have to do for the next day. They take that song a little too seriously, I find it kind of silly and for some reason it happens to pop up at every other Allman show I go to. Ah well...

"No One to Run With" was pretty rocking but I've still not warmed to the appendix they've tacked on: that song was perfect already. Still a nice run through. The highlight of the second set for me was "Waster Words" - really the first song since "Ain't Wasting Time" that Derek really let loose on that night.

The encore was solid (the word of the night), I give them credit for doing something more than just playing "Southbound/No One to Run With/or One Way Out" and you could tell they probably did it because Los Lobos didn't really know the Allmans' music well and any guitarist can play generic blues. It's like when your friend who is a picky eater comes over for dinner so you cook meatloaf, but it was still a nice moment. It was good meatloaf.

I was surprised there was no extended instrumental in the second set, I was half expecting "Liz Reed" since I happen to hear that at everyone other show, too. All in all, good show, but it sounded like they're still getting their Beacon legs, I'm hoping for a "Dreams" on Friday night, but I wouldn't be surprised if that shows up on Thursday. I'm still looking forward to more.


I agree with you on most counts... the show was very good, but lots of rough spots. To me the energy started high, then got higher during Red House, but then something happened during Highway 61, maybe your explanation is it. I have seen the Allmans do their version (loved it) and have seen Johnny do his even recently- I watched him in awe.

I set the bar pretty high when I judge Allman shows, so I don;t mean to imply this was not a rocking show and a better one than almost any other band could put on. But not as good as they can play. This is early in the run, and I don't anticipate anything less than a steamroller by the time 3/28 rolls around.


jim - 3/11/2009 at 04:01 PM

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It was good meatloaf.


Wow, can't believe Meatloaf was there. I can only hope they played I Would Do Anything For Love.


bones07 - 3/11/2009 at 04:32 PM

I've been to both shows so far and would concede that last night's show had way more energy. In fairness, the opener began with the Warren/Derek-only "Little Martha" which set a more sentimental tone for the evening, but they clearly took that first step up the ladder last evening.

Best part of the night for me was watching David Hidalgo watch Derek. I've never seen Los Lobos live, but I know Hidalgo's a talented guy ... and on more than one occasion he looked at Derek the way we, the fans, sometimes look at Derek: freaked out. In some moments, he actually looked like he wanted off the stage because he couldn't keep up with just how hard Warren and Derek hit it. Different styles, for sure, and everyone on stage was gracious and cool -- I just got a kick out of that. The admiration was clear.

Loge Row A, dead-center last night-- couldn't have asked for a better view and there was a cute brunette sitting next to me which never hurts! ... but a buddy had 10th Row ORCH and I had to run down and boogie for the 2nd Set.

Get out there and enjoy the run -- the boys are on!


Angelemerald - 3/11/2009 at 05:03 PM

From a Moogis perspective, the timing was a tad off on Highway 61 but still it was carried off without a hitch. Same for Red House. I know the Mule version well, but it was a pleasure to hear the songs done a little differently and Johnny did them so well. Fortunately I've seen Johnny now 3 times, twice with the ABB and once with his own band at the Christmas Jam. He is very very talented and I think his guitar work is very interesting and I like it a lot. It's a lot dirtier than what I usually hear from Warren, though no one does Red House like Warren and Mule.

Last night's show had a few flubs but that is why it's live. If I wanted perfection I would listen to a commercial release and since I rarely listen to those for the ABB and Mule, so, it must be the imperfections that make them so endearing.

I totally dug when Gregg laughed at himself when he started singing before he should have. That is the kind of thing that unless you are right in front of him you can easily miss, but it came through on Moogis and frankly, that kind of honesty and realism is what makes Moogis and live music so great.


[Edited on 3/11/2009 by Angelemerald]


Dorothyann - 3/11/2009 at 05:44 PM

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I hope somebody posts a picture with the guys from Los Lobos, that was rock and roll guitar history up there last night. A Gibson Les Paul and SG, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster. What more could you ask for?




I have a pic or two of all four of the geetars; I will post them after my nap


I'm really jealous that you are getting a nap! But I think I am on about my 83rd wind right now! Meeting go ok?


TheBigShow - 3/11/2009 at 05:50 PM

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Thanks

That other thread with the Guns and Roses song had me messed up.


lol, I thought when I threw in Back in the U.S.S.R, GNR and like 5 major hits, even Gregg solo songs that people whould know it was a joke...


schneile - 3/12/2009 at 02:48 PM

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I hope somebody posts a picture with the guys from Los Lobos, that was rock and roll guitar history up there last night. A Gibson Les Paul and SG, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster. What more could you ask for?




I have a pic or two of all four of the geetars; I will post them after my nap


Here are my pix:










biodtl5 - 3/12/2009 at 03:17 PM

Thanks for sharing your photos with us


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