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| posted on 3/3/2013 at 12:08 PM|
Hey, what time are the shows starting and ending this year, trying to make sure I can catch the last train home, thanks
Show started at 8:24 and I think it ended around 11:20/11:30. Forgot to check
Snoopy dancin' at the Beacon!
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| posted on 3/3/2013 at 12:33 PM|
|Gregg was wearing a NY Yankees shirt last night!|
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| posted on 3/3/2013 at 07:24 PM|
|Totally enjoyed 3/2/13 at the Beacon!|
Great playing and singing.
Everyone seemed happy and healthy up on stage.
First set was totally solid with great energy and a nicely varied setlist.
Second set was a bit short but all songs were brilliantly played.
I'm happy with any set that has Dreams and Liz Reed.
Throw in a Whipping Post encore and I'm leaving the Beacon with a big smile on my face.
A few comments below:
Done somebody wrong (totally solid opener)
Come and go blues (always like this one)
Every hungry woman (great jams with Warren and Derek, got set off to great start)
Dusk till dawn (New Warren song, really nice)
Low down dirty mean (from 7 turns album, an old gem, lots of fun)
Stand back (always fun and well-played)
You don't love me (w David Grissom gtr NOT David Grisman!)
Sky is crying (WARREN came up big)
Revival (Yes, love is in the air! Great set closer)
Long black veil (Gregg acoustic, pleasant break from often played Crossroads opener)
Feel like breaking up somebody's home (a first for ABB? Love the Gov't Mule version)
Dreams (great Warren solo and Quinines always makes this song for me)
Why does love got to be so sad (Clapton tribute, solid)
Liz reed (Yup, one of the all time classics)
E: WP (Is there a better encore???)
Gotta love the ABB!
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| posted on 3/3/2013 at 11:14 PM|
|Warren had two solo's last night that absolutely blew me away. The first came in "Dusk Till Dawn" and his slide playing during the "Dreams" solo. I couldn't wait to get into my car after the show and re-listen!|
Third year in a row at the Beacon.. And will definitely be back next year!
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| posted on 3/4/2013 at 10:33 AM|
|WOW, amazed by how strong the band sounded.|
I never would have expected Liz Reed to be so powerfull live, it was the best of the night. Wasn't expecting Low Down at all, it sounded perfect, it's great to see old tunes. Nice acoustic song and Gregg nailed it on Stand Back.
Whipping Post is the best encore ever, you go home happy with it.