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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 05:51 AM
Found this on Setlist.fm

Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Les Brers in A Minor
Melissa
Mountain Jam
One Way Out
(Elmore James cover)
Trouble No More
(Muddy Waters cover)
Stand Back
Blue Sky
Encore:
Little Martha
That's What Love Will Make You Do
(Little Milton cover)
Black Hearted Woman
(including The Other One Jam)

 
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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 08:45 AM
A couple of comments. Derek, not Gregg sat down with guitar to play Melissa. Gregg's vocals seemed dialed back in the mix at least from our seats on right side. A great set list which seemed short but a nice lengthy encore. Once again I find myself mesmerized by guitar play of Derek and Warren. Butch played like a man half his age. Looking forward to hearing this again to confirm intensity and passion coming from band. Bodes well
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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 09:42 AM
Fantastic time at peach. Trey was fun and they carried off the vibe he left. Getting out of there sucks. Gregs mountain jam organ solo was very different and cool put just kinda ends. Can't wait to relisten to it. Wasn't perfectly played but they took some chances, most worked and got them hitting the note. Heavy on the jamming which fit the crowd and atmosphere. .a blues heavy show. A blues heavy set wouln't have worked as well. Expect that today. great time
 

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 05:34 PM
Alan Paul is at the show right now and making updates to his facebook page with songs etc.

https://www.facebook.com/AlanPaulauthor?fref=nf

 

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 08:59 PM
I preferred tonight's set list and performance. Not splitting hairs.

 

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 10:16 PM
ABB's Sunday show was absolutely spectacular. It was an amazing setlist and they executed at the highest level. I was worried after seeing the Saturday show which had an odd setlist and a bit uninspired playing, IMO. Still very very good performance on Saturday, but just not at the level I'm used to seeing by these guys. But Sunday was a whole different story. They were as good as you'd have heard 10 years ago. It seemed like Warren took most of the lead duties and he was simply on fire. Derek was superb when he did play...Liz Reed, DKMW, and Whipping Post were major Derek highlights. But the story for me was Gregg. With all the recent health issues, he sounded excellent. I've seen his off days, and this was definitely not one of them. He nailed Cross To Bear, a very difficult song to sing. And after Whipping Post, he said, "We'll see you next year." I hope so.
 

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 10:26 PM
Sunday was something like this....the order is probably wrong

Don't Want You No More
It's Not My Cross To Bear
Hot Lanta
Done Somebody Wrong
Midnight Rider
Dusk Till Dawn
Leave My Blues At Home
Stateboro Blues w/ Taj Mahal
You Don't Love Me
Soulshine
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Please Don't Keep Me Wondering
Nobody Left To Run With
Liz Reed

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 10:39 PM
Agree with comments above - great show Sunday
Gregg looked and sounded well.
Derek and Warren were great as usual. Derek's solos in Liz Reed and WP were otherwordly, especially Liz Reed. As soon as he started it you could tell it was going to be special.

I agree that Warren took more of the leads, I think Derek's time suffered from the guests. It looked like there was some miscommunication during Schoolgirl, Derek looked ready to start after the up tempo jam but someone else did instead.
Jaimoe was more active than I've seen in a while. They were all on.

re - set list.
I don't remember the exact order, but that looks close. NLTRW was after Liz Reed.

Ron Hollaway sat in for Soulshine
the Hunagarian keys player and bari sax were on Schoolgirl
piano player during Liz Reed

 

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  posted on 8/17/2014 at 10:39 PM
Agree with comments above - great show Sunday
Gregg looked and sounded well.
Derek and Warren were great as usual. Derek's solos in Liz Reed and WP were otherwordly, especially Liz Reed. As soon as he started it you could tell it was going to be special.

I agree that Warren took more of the leads, I think Derek's time suffered from the guests. It looked like there was some miscommunication during Schoolgirl, Derek looked ready to start after the up tempo jam but someone else did instead.
Jaimoe was more active than I've seen in a while. They were all on.

That may be my last ever ABB show - it was a strong one
That will likely be my last ever ABB show, went out strong

re - set list.
I don't remember the exact order, but that looks close. NLTRW was after Liz Reed.

Ron Hollaway sat in for Soulshine
the Hunagarian keys player and bari sax were on Schoolgirl
piano player during Liz Reed

[Edited on 8/18/2014 by stormyrider]

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 08:31 AM
Preferred sat personally. There was an energy from the crowd that wasn't there sunday. Sunday the songs were well played, tighter but there were struggles. YDLM and NOLTR had rough spots. But they finished strong with a solid whipping post. It was a long festival and people were tired and more laid back sunday. Saturday the crowd was up, dancing and engaged while sunday many were tired and appeared bored. Sunday the band was tighter and it was a well played show while sat had more of those mac cal moments and higher highs IMO. I'm sure agents and fatigue factored in but I had alot more fun Sat.

Sunday also featured regular and constant security hassels which I'm sure also effected the crowd. Every 30 seconds security came thru Sunday, mainly to stop people from dancing in the isles the while sat were left alone. We moved seats a few times hoping it was Just a couple overzealous staff meeting members but It was like that everywhere sun.. just distracting.

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 08:53 AM
I had 24th row, and I thought both nights were great, but Sunday still blew away Saturday. They came out full blast, and were very, very strong up until YDLM as was mentioned, but that was just one of a couple of little bumps in what could be considered a perfect "last show" for the non-Beacon folks.

Now Saturday night...the vibe on stage was weird. Gregg was slow to return for the "That's What Love With Make You Do", and while I have yet to confirm it on the Instant Live, I believe he shut down the guitars by turning up the volume on his keyboard. It just suddenly drowned them out, and we were back into the vocals rather quickly after that. The looks between Warren and Derek seemed to indicate what I was hearing was true.
After the show, a friendly stranger and I were discussing it, and she said she saw Gregg give the cut throat sign and get ignored before the keys went up.

That aside....it was still a weird vibe coming off the stage, imo. Sunday was supposed to be Eat A Peach, and yet they did it Saturday. I wondered if it was because Gregg was feeling low, and having Les Bres and Mountain Jam together gives him a fine rest.

He was definitely strong on the last night, doing much more singing the Warren if you look at the song list. To me, it seemed a statement of whose band it is; the last show for all folks not making the Beacon, the set list was strong on Gregg's classic songs.
I'm hoping they reunite to play at Peach fest next year, because Gregg did say "See ya next year"...but I suspect it might just be GAB instead of ABB.


Wake Up With Warren was terrific; he did WYWH, and the audience sang the last verse alone! That might be something he's done before, if so, I didn't know about it so I was blown away at how well it worked.



[Edited on 8/18/2014 by musicalbeds]

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 09:00 AM
I agree with most everything here.. I made running commentary and setlsits on my FB page.

Saturday night there soem bumps, but the energy and drive were great. Butch and Jaimoe were killing it. Butch very hard driving, and Jaimoe very involved, which he continued on Sunday.

As for Gregg and the keys on You Don't Love Me, I actually thought Derek and Warren were smiling because Gregg took a solo where he usually does not - and he took one on Statesboro yesterday as well.

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 11:21 AM
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ABB's Sunday show was absolutely spectacular. It was an amazing setlist and they executed at the highest level. I was worried after seeing the Saturday show which had an odd setlist and a bit uninspired playing, IMO. Still very very good performance on Saturday, but just not at the level I'm used to seeing by these guys. But Sunday was a whole different story. They were as good as you'd have heard 10 years ago. It seemed like Warren took most of the lead duties and he was simply on fire. Derek was superb when he did play...Liz Reed, DKMW, and Whipping Post were major Derek highlights. But the story for me was Gregg. With all the recent health issues, he sounded excellent. I've seen his off days, and this was definitely not one of them. He nailed Cross To Bear, a very difficult song to sing. And after Whipping Post, he said, "We'll see you next year." I hope so.


I agree Warren seemed especially dominant last night.

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 11:23 AM
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I had 24th row, and I thought both nights were great, but Sunday still blew away Saturday. They came out full blast, and were very, very strong up until YDLM as was mentioned, but that was just one of a couple of little bumps in what could be considered a perfect "last show" for the non-Beacon folks.

Now Saturday night...the vibe on stage was weird. Gregg was slow to return for the "That's What Love With Make You Do", and while I have yet to confirm it on the Instant Live, I believe he shut down the guitars by turning up the volume on his keyboard. It just suddenly drowned them out, and we were back into the vocals rather quickly after that. The looks between Warren and Derek seemed to indicate what I was hearing was true.
After the show, a friendly stranger and I were discussing it, and she said she saw Gregg give the cut throat sign and get ignored before the keys went up.

That aside....it was still a weird vibe coming off the stage, imo. Sunday was supposed to be Eat A Peach, and yet they did it Saturday. I wondered if it was because Gregg was feeling low, and having Les Bres and Mountain Jam together gives him a fine rest.

He was definitely strong on the last night, doing much more singing the Warren if you look at the song list. To me, it seemed a statement of whose band it is; the last show for all folks not making the Beacon, the set list was strong on Gregg's classic songs.
I'm hoping they reunite to play at Peach fest next year, because Gregg did say "See ya next year"...but I suspect it might just be GAB instead of ABB.


Wake Up With Warren was terrific; he did WYWH, and the audience sang the last verse alone! That might be something he's done before, if so, I didn't know about it so I was blown away at how well it worked.



[Edited on 8/18/2014 by musicalbeds]


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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 07:50 PM
I enjoyed the surprise of each a peach on Sat night.
I also was not expecting it till Sun.
After the Mt.Jam sets Eat a peach was a fine final performance for me.

They stuck to the album's format and close to the times of the original tracks.
I Left on Sun morning knowing that they couldn't top the Eat a peach show. They played excellent. Hopefully when I get Sun instant Live I am wrong.
It
Was an awesome Oteil,Marc,Jaimoe& Butch schooling!!!!!!!!
The instant live was OK except the first verse of ain't wasting time.. Someone didn't have Gregg's mic turned up.

The Mountain Jam clinic was put on!!!!
And EHW encore!!!!!!!
ThankYou!!!!!
it has been an awesome journey. Little Martha brought a tear to my eye, lord knows I needed it.
To the current line up of The Allman Brothers Band. Thank you.

[Edited on 8/19/2014 by tonedragon]

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 08:19 PM
Glad ya dug it tonedragon, thanks for your comments!

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 08:47 PM
What is WYWH?

I'm trying to think but nothings happening.

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 09:29 PM
Wish You Were Here
(I'm assuming you were referring to the closer from Warren's Sunday AM set)

[Edited on 8/19/2014 by stormyrider]

 

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  posted on 8/18/2014 at 09:51 PM
bHW
Black hearted woman
Sorry
Kicked ass
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