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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 01:35 PM
Wondering if someone can help me with ''MUST HAVES'' from the Hittin' The Note store.
I have purchased two of the archive shows (S.U.N.Y. and Macon) and the 40th anniversary show and one of the Clapton shows from the 2009 Beacon Run,as well as the Fox Box.I just want some help from anyone that has purchased other shows and get some recommendations.I have trouble finding reviews from the shows that are sold in the store.Thanks in advance!

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 03:20 PM
Charlotte 2003

I mighta peed a little when they broke into Layla

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 03:28 PM
Thanks Dan,just added that one to my shopping cart.Did you go to that show as well?Or just one of your favorite recordings? I really,really appreciate the recommendation.Any others that you recommend? Any of the recent Beacon recordings they are selling? (aside from the 2 I have) Thanks Man!

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 03:33 PM
a rather unique show is the July 2005 show from Philadelphia

Derek only on guitar ... no Warren

but Ron Holloway fills in on sax

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 03:51 PM
Man,thanks...then I went to nab that Philly show,and its out of print now,seems like a lot of the 2005 shows are.That would have been interesting.Can you give me any other recommendations? Or several to choose from? There are just so many shows,and I really appreciate the help-makes it more fun for me to buy these this way.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 04:06 PM
I attended the July 2005 show at Spac it was awesome.
 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 04:12 PM
Kansas City 9/20/05 was a helluva show, I was there...

Hot íLanta
Done Somebody Wrong
Every Hungry Woman
Woman Across The River
Trouble No More
Soulshine
Instrumental Illness <-----most groovy

Stormy Monday <-----best organ solo I've ever heard GA play at a show I was at
Black Hearted Woman
Whoís Been Talking>
You Donít Love Me <------- such a tasty transition here
Melissa
Les Brers in A Minor <------- Derek and Oteil double bass solo. Yes, Derek on bass.

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 04:19 PM
Not sure which Clapton show you have but the second night is exceptional. I spoke to someone from HTN (tall guy grey hair) who was at both shows, at their booth outside another show and it was his opinion that the 2nd show was better played. I've heard others say this. I was only at the 2nd and only have that IL tho.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 05:11 PM
I was at this show and it looks to me like it's available. It was Warren's first night back after his absence in 2005 - I never heard why he was out - and Jack Pearson is still with the entourage. three or four songs have Derek, Warren & Jack. they opened with Mountain Jam. What an awesome way to open a show, then for the encore there is a little slide guitar battle with all three before One Way Out on which Jack isn't listed on HTN. I miss the ABB coming to my town. I keep having to drive 2 hours to see them. This venue is about 10 minutes from home! I know, Atlantians, you get no shows, but I did drive all the way to Hot 'Lanta to see them on my birthday weekend in 2008 (I saw the 10/11/08 show - I forget the name of the venue but for sound it was the best venue I've ever been to. The sound was perfect in every location.) That show was off the hook too with one of the best "Whipping Post" I've heard in person. The power of it was tangible. Oh well. maybe they'll come back to Scranton this summer... ain't no Peach party like a Scranton Peach Party.

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 06:05 PM
Thanks for all these replies! This was my first time ever posting here,and you all have been great! I am flying from Portland,Or. to see the 1st two shows at the Beacon....a dream come true(they don't get here too often anymore either).I wanted to get some new stuff to listen to over the next couple of months and now I have a nice mix to look forward to.The Clapton show I own was the first night....so to my point,I just wouldn't have known had I not reached out here.Thanks again!

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 07:05 PM
The 10/4/09 Charlotte show is an underrated gem that I've promoted on this site many times.

No special guests or rare songs, but just an outstanding show with great sound quality. For pure performance level, my favorite show from this lineup of the Allman Brothers. Those versions of Rockin' Horse, No One To Run With, Revival and Les Brers stand among the best renditions of those tunes, among many other highlights.

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 07:35 PM
http://www.allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=Calendar& amp;file=showCalendarMonth&type=viewevent&tapers=1&eid=6432& ;day=13&month=08&year=2005

8-13-05, Rosemont Theater, Rosemont, Il

Jack subbed for Warren and from the first note it was obvious that the ABB were ON this night and it was one of the tightest shows I've seen from this band with a great old-school setlist. Jack just lit a FIRE under them and it was clear how much Derek enjoyed playing with him. Jack's solos during the the opener DWNM STILL give me chills every time I listen to it. And it just got better from there.

This one just LEAPS - if it was a record I'd say - off the vinyl.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 09:59 PM
I was at the Charlotte 2003, and if you dont get anything else get this gem. Also the 10/04/09 was a great show. I also have the 8-13-05 Rosemont Show...must have...I also enjoyed the Fri nite Chastain Park Show in Atlanta 10-10-08 I think, it was a 2 night gig, evening with...both shows were great...Dreams was the only repeat song, I think. So you may consider both shows, the next night had a Whipping Post to die for...just a couple of my .02 suggestions. Happy hunting bro.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 10:09 PM
Red Rocks 2008 is a putty good 'un.

That charlotte show DanB mentioned is one I enjoy also.

also charlotte 2008 is one I enjoy.

Merriweather 2008 is another I really like especially mnt jam>dazed and confused>mnt jam

the 3/19/2009 with clapton is essential < had tickets to that and got the flu and missed it.

Jazzfest 2007 is another great show. derek is sublime on "Into the Mystic" and"Guilded splinters"

and I added the West's best Five pac from 2007 to my collection.


I think all the archival releases are essential and have them.

As well as the Filmore East set released by the Dead from their archives. (2/11/70)

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 10:20 PM
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Thanks Dan,just added that one to my shopping cart.Did you go to that show as well?Or just one of your favorite recordings? I really,really appreciate the recommendation.Any others that you recommend? Any of the recent Beacon recordings they are selling? (aside from the 2 I have) Thanks Man!


yeah I was there

I save my excitement pissing for shows only

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 10:42 PM
You can also try the trades/vines forums.
You can get audience recordings for the cost of a couple blank discs and postage.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 10:45 PM
Also any of the three Fox shows in Atlanta are must-haves: 9-24-04, 9-25 and 9-26. Jack sat in on 9-24 on Dreams - my plane was late so I missed that one but many have raved about it.

Of the next two 9-25 really sticks out - they played Blue Sky for the first time ever without Dickey and it was the EAP arrangement, which I have always preferred. Gregg sang it and it was like seeing history being made before your eyes. Some people walked out, but no one can deny the significance of it.

9-26 was killer too.

 

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  posted on 1/6/2012 at 11:58 PM
Blown away by all you good people! Tremendous info.....costing me a fortune,lol! Luckily,I have the Fox Box,whew....saved me 75.00 tonight! Excited for these recordings....wish I could hear the Charlotte shows right now! Spacemonkey-you say 3/19 Clapton show?,that's the one I have,and it's the 1st show (2nd night was sold out when I tried to buy it last year)...some are saying 2nd night was better? abb420-thanks for the trades/vines tip....n just thanks to all

 

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Blown away by all you good people! Tremendous info.....costing me a fortune,lol! Luckily,I have the Fox Box,whew....saved me 75.00 tonight! Excited for these recordings....wish I could hear the Charlotte shows right now! Spacemonkey-you say 3/19 Clapton show?,that's the one I have,and it's the 1st show (2nd night was sold out when I tried to buy it last year)...some are saying 2nd night was better? abb420-thanks for the trades/vines tip....n just thanks to all


Here's the vines section:

http://www.allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=XForum&am p;file=forumdisplay&fid=122

 

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  posted on 1/7/2012 at 01:53 AM
You can search for some info that has been discussed before.

Here is a link to members posting on their favorite 2006 shows:
http://www.allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=XForum&am p;file=viewthread&tid=55575#pid

2004:
http://www.allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=XForum&am p;file=viewthread&tid=21139#pid

You can find similar info on which solos of particular shows people liked the best for given years. You might be able to search "best" and get similar results I don't know.


 

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Blown away by all you good people! Tremendous info.....costing me a fortune,lol! Luckily,I have the Fox Box,whew....saved me 75.00 tonight! Excited for these recordings....wish I could hear the Charlotte shows right now! Spacemonkey-you say 3/19 Clapton show?,that's the one I have,and it's the 1st show (2nd night was sold out when I tried to buy it last year)...some are saying 2nd night was better? abb420-thanks for the trades/vines tip....n just thanks to all


I watched both nights on Mogis as I was too sick to travel, and think the first was better in terms of energy, both are great. I also liked the night with Billy Gibbons from that beacon run.


Just what you wanted to hear, more shows to buy!

I wish I could afford to get them all!

Wish I had know you needed a ticket for the 20th as I had to eat mine!
I coulda emailed it to you as it was a ticket fast ticket self printed from the amex presale.

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  posted on 1/7/2012 at 02:10 PM
The Fox Box and the 2nd Clapton show are definite must haves, but the Randy Brecker / Lenny White / Robert Randolph Beacon show is pretty stellar - 3/14/2009. I am also extremely partial to 3/23/2009 with The Kingpins and a "Little Martha/Blue Sky/Little Martha". Last year's closing night of the Beacon (3/26/2011) was pretty amazing, with Dr John and the late Hubert Sumlin.

While you are at the store, albeit online, pick up Jaimoe's latest album. I can't stop spinning it. Just got tickets for his show on the 27th at the Gramercy.

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  posted on 1/7/2012 at 04:46 PM
Thanks again everyone...I bought about half of the suggestions last night....Charlotte (all),Atlanta 09,Rosemont,Jazzfest,a couple others(and the eat a peach cd case,lol). Trying to learn now how to navigate on this forum,and learning this website.Im a rookie on here,been registered a year,but never interacted.Im 46,have always loved the ABB,but just didn't know/comprehend the community.Sure as hell didn't realize what I was missing-I want to be a part of this,excited for my 1st Beacon trip.A question:How do you guys get the "quote" from a reply to show in your post like I've been seeing? Like,I'd like to respond properly to you all,and don't know how to "quote" from a previous reply.Spacemonkey:When I said that the 2nd Clapton show was sold out ,I meant the cd in the store,but how cool of you,that you would have hooked me up with a ticket

 

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  posted on 1/7/2012 at 06:53 PM
Fox Box...can't go wrong

 

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  posted on 1/7/2012 at 07:29 PM
As far as the Clapton shows,I was at both. The first night the Brothers were on fire the first set, and there was a lot of excitement in the air for Clapton. Clapton was good, but I thought he was a little tentative, especially on Dreams.


I thought Clapton was much more comfortable the 2nd night. Dreams was better, and Liz Reed was really good.....

 

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