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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:30 PM
1. DKMW

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:36 PM
then a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnggggggggggggggg pause.

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:37 PM
1. DKMW
2. Hot'lanta
3. Statesboro Blues
4. That's What Love Will Do
5. N1LTRW


[Edited on 3/12/2010 by BigDaveOnBass]

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:39 PM
Thanks Dave, bet it sounds great so far.

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:40 PM
Thank You, Dave.
 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:44 PM
Thanks Dave !

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:46 PM
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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:46 PM
Moogis is acting FUGLY right now. And I'm trying to not get pissed off....

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 08:53 PM
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Moogis is acting FUGLY right now. And I'm trying to not get pissed off....


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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:14 PM
Dont Keep Me Wonderin'
Hot Lanta
Statesboro Blues
Thats What Love Will Make You Do
No One Left To Run With
Desdemona
Every Hungry Woman
And It Stoned Me
Kind Of Bird

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:15 PM
Between Moogis acting up and then HTW, I wasn't able to keep the set list updated. Sorry.

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:16 PM
I know what I posted isn't covering it all. Your back on duty.
 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:17 PM
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I know what I posted isn't covering it all. Your back on duty.
No I'm not. I'm going to bed! LOL

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:22 PM
Did they really play Kind of Bird? That is a song I had pretty much given up on. Very pleasantly surprised to see that one come off the shelf!

Warren and Derek sat in on That's What Love Will Make You Do at an open jam night here in Atlanta while the ABB was rehearsing, so that one makes sense. Always liked Jerry doing that song, good to see that in the rotation. I'm assuming Warren sang it?

Also good to see Desdemona in the setlist on opening night. Such a great song.

Guess we'll have to wait until folks get back from the show for more details, but that is a good start to a very good setlist.

 
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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:28 PM
Great looking first set!

Kind Of Bird...nice bustout right there!!!

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:29 PM
Yup. Played Kind of Bird.

It was ... alright.

Considering moogis was in and out, but what I heard
something was lacking. Must've been cool to hear it
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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:29 PM
Think they've done a Melissa, Rocking Horse, and Black Hearted Woman near the top of the second set too.
 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:35 PM
no guests? Perhaps a guestlist NYC run? That would be nice...

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:38 PM
Don't Keep Me Wonderin
Hot 'Lanta
Statesboro Blues
That's What Love Will Make You Do
No One Left To Run With
Desdamona
Every Hungry Woman
And It Stoned Me
Kind Of Bird


Melissa
Ain't No Love In the Heart Of The City
Come & Go Blues
Rockin' Horse
Black Hearted Woman
bass > drums
Jessica

Preachin' Blues
One Way Out

 

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  posted on 3/11/2010 at 11:39 PM
Set One:

Dont Keep Me Wonderin>>
Hot Lanta>>
Statesboro Blues>>
Thats What Love Will Make You Do>>
No One Left To Run With>>
Desdemona>>
Every Hungry Woman>>
And It Stoned Me>>
Kind Of Bird

Set Two:

Melissa>>
Aint No Love>>
Come And Go Blues>>
Rocking Horse>Little Martha Tease> Jam>Rocking Horse
>>Black Hearted Woman>Oteil Jam>JaBuMaOt>>Black Hearted Woman>>
Jessica>Blue Sky Tease>Jessica

Closer:

Preachin' Blues (Warren & Derek)
One Way Out

 

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  posted on 3/12/2010 at 06:47 AM
Sweet set list for opening night!!
 

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  posted on 3/12/2010 at 08:22 AM
First problems with Moogis, then HTW was shut down for me. I thought they created the UP/Moogis section of the Forum for all the setlist/Moogis chat to help prevent crash problems??
 

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  posted on 3/12/2010 at 08:56 AM
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Did they really play Kind of Bird? That is a song I had pretty much given up on. Very pleasantly surprised to see that one come off the shelf!

I was very surprised at this one and I think it worked very well for this lineup. You wouldn't have though it was Derek's first public performance on the song, that's for sure. It suits him. The last performance was January 1992, so it's been even longer than I thought.

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I'm assuming Warren sang it [That's What Love Will Make You Do?

Yes.

I guess there's not as much need for a post-show writeup in the Moogis era, but this was an interesting one. A few bumps and a little bit of feeling out the new venue, which by the way looked pretty empty at 8 pm but was fulll by showtime or early in the first set. Aside from the special 40th anniversary date, the ABB's last guest-free NYC show was March 20, 2007 - opening night of that year - so it was interesting in that I found it tough to get a read on what kind of show it was without a guest or a theme. I don't know what the defining moment was, if there was one. Tyler thought Black Hearted Woman was the best song. I'm not sure I could pick one that stands far above the others. But it was a very solid show with a quality setlist, large number of songs mixing old and new stuff.

I was at the Boz Scaggs show last year and I liked Ain't No Love at the time. It's better with horns, but it'd be a good addition to the permanent setlist. Gregg sounded excellent all night, and Ain't No Love was probably his best performance. The arrangement of Every Hungry Woman was a little different from years past. Instead of going straight into a guitar duel at the end, they eased off and Derek spent a minute or so playing with the harmony runs from earlier in the song. From there he built up his solo and then they came to the guitar jam. I wasn't sure how it was going to work out but it was new and interesting, and very Derek.

The extended Rockin' Horse continues to be one of the best things the ABB has done lately. It's a journey. The coda on No One to Run With is also very good, and at this show Warren and Derek did a very pronounced Blue Sky tease. I thought that was where this show started to heat up- the middle of the first set. After the intermission the mix got a lot better, at least where we were sitting. (Front row of the balcony, in the middle.) We could hear the organ very well, which was cool. But in the beginning it was hard to hear Derek and Oteil.

I guess you don't see much of the backdrops on Moogis, but the video during Don't Keep Me Wondering was... interesting. It included a bunch of NY team logos (there were cheers when they showed the Yankee logo, but also some boos) but right near the beginning were a couple of pictures of the Beacon. The first showed the marquee with 'Cirque du Soleil' in lights. Then they switched to a photo from last year, when the marquee read 'Allman Brothers Band, March 9 to 28.' Then a big circle-with-a-red-line-through-it 'NO' sign popped up over the photo. Kinda touchy and I wondered if that was going to bother some people, but I figure the guys has the right to get their licks in if they want to.

Preachin' Blues was top notch, and Warren had some fun by adding extra lyrics like "I'm gonna get me religion/I'm gonna join the Rev. Ike's church." That went over well with the crowd. He did keep the lines about the Baptist church and it doesn't sound like Ike was a Baptist, but it was fun. (I didn't really know anything about the guy, but here's his obituary: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/30/nyregion/30ike.html?_r=1)

You never know what's going to happen the next few nights, but the fact that the new songs this year were a cover they did last year, a song Warren plays with the Mule, and an early '90s ABB song does not augur well for big surprises additions to the repertoire. On the other hand, they could bust out the B.B. King medley into Outskirts of Town tonight for all I know. After the increasing gueststravaganzas of the last four or five Beacon runs this was kind of a back-to-basics performance, and there was a refreshing quality to that.

 

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Did they really play Kind of Bird? That is a song I had pretty much given up on. Very pleasantly surprised to see that one come off the shelf!
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I was very surprised at this one and I think it worked very well for this lineup. You wouldn't have though it was Derek's first public performance on the song, that's for sure. It suits him. The last performance was January 1992, so it's been even longer than I thought.


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Yes.

I guess there's not as much need for a post-show writeup in the Moogis era, but this was an interesting one. A few bumps and a little bit of feeling out the new venue, which by the way looked pretty empty at 8 pm but was fulll by showtime or early in the first set. Aside from the special 40th anniversary date, the ABB's last guest-free NYC show was March 20, 2007 - opening night of that year - so it was interesting in that I found it tough to get a read on what kind of show it was without a guest or a theme. I don't know what the defining moment was, if there was one. Tyler thought Black Hearted Woman was the best song. I'm not sure I could pick one that stands far above the others. But it was a very solid show with a quality setlist, large number of songs mixing old and new stuff.

I was at the Boz Scaggs show last year and I liked Ain't No Love at the time. It's better with horns, but it'd be a good addition to the permanent setlist. Gregg sounded excellent all night, and Ain't No Love was probably his best performance. The arrangement of Every Hungry Woman was a little different from years past. Instead of going straight into a guitar duel at the end, they eased off and Derek spent a minute or so playing with the harmony runs from earlier in the song. From there he built up his solo and then they came to the guitar jam. I wasn't sure how it was going to work out but it was new and interesting, and very Derek.

The extended Rockin' Horse continues to be one of the best things the ABB has done lately. It's a journey. The coda on No One to Run With is also very good, and at this show Warren and Derek did a very pronounced Blue Sky tease. I thought that was where this show started to heat up- the middle of the first set. After the intermission the mix got a lot better, at least where we were sitting. (Front row of the balcony, in the middle.) We could hear the organ very well, which was cool. But in the beginning it was hard to hear Derek and Oteil.

I guess you don't see much of the backdrops on Moogis, but the video during Don't Keep Me Wondering was... interesting. It included a bunch of NY team logos (there were cheers when they showed the Yankee logo, but also some boos) but right near the beginning were a couple of pictures of the Beacon. The first showed the marquee with 'Cirque du Soleil' in lights. Then they switched to a photo from last year, when the marquee read 'Allman Brothers Band, March 9 to 28.' Then a big circle-with-a-red-line-through-it 'NO' sign popped up over the photo. Kinda touchy and I wondered if that was going to bother some people, but I figure the guys has the right to get their licks in if they want to.

Preachin' Blues was top notch, and Warren had some fun by adding extra lyrics like "I'm gonna get me religion/I'm gonna join the Rev. Ike's church." That went over well with the crowd. He did keep the lines about the Baptist church and it doesn't sound like Ike was a Baptist, but it was fun. (I didn't really know anything about the guy, but here's his obituary: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/30/nyregion/30ike.html?_r=1)

You never know what's going to happen the next few nights, but the fact that the new songs this year were a cover they did last year, a song Warren plays with the Mule, and an early '90s ABB song does not augur well for big surprises additions to the repertoire. On the other hand, they could bust out the B.B. King medley into Outskirts of Town tonight for all I know. After the increasing gueststravaganzas of the last four or five Beacon runs this was kind of a back-to-basics performance, and there was a refreshing quality to that.




GReat review brother. Your insight is fantastic. Looking forward to next Friday.

 

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  posted on 3/12/2010 at 09:21 AM
Thanks for the review Marley (and others who've posted their thoughts) - I'm a huge fan but don't have Moogis...just too much going on to sit down and actually watch the shows. But I'm going 3/19 and it's interesting to hear what might be in store.

BTW, I love the new coda on N1LTRW too.

 

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