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Author: Subject: Gregg Allman night 2 - Iron City, Bham 1/6/16 set list

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  posted on 1/7/2016 at 12:31 AM
Wonderin'
Bullets
Hot 'Lanta
Stormy Monday
Floating Bridge
Can't Be Satisfied
Done Somebody Wrong
Soulshine
Iron City Jam (w/out GA)
Southbound ("a song by Dickey Betts")
I'm No Angel
Melissa
Midnight Rider
Love Like Kerosene
Whipping Post
encore:
One Way Out

Perhaps 200 more people in the crowd tonight. I was surprised at how few songs were played both night.

There you have it.

 
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  posted on 1/7/2016 at 12:46 PM
thanks berkhath!
what's the Iron City Jam like -- an ABB-sounding type instrumental? something more unique to his solo band?

 

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  posted on 1/7/2016 at 06:34 PM
Naw, I wouldn't say it's an ABB style jam at all - Gregg takes a break....more of a fast-paced rocker. Unique to this band I believe.



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thanks berkhath!
what's the Iron City Jam like -- an ABB-sounding type instrumental? something more unique to his solo band?

 

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  posted on 1/10/2016 at 09:29 AM
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Naw, I wouldn't say it's an ABB style jam at all - Gregg takes a break....more of a fast-paced rocker. Unique to this band I believe.



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thanks berkhath!
what's the Iron City Jam like -- an ABB-sounding type instrumental? something more unique to his solo band?



It's called Cradle of Civilization,I believe it is a jay collins composition.

 

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  posted on 1/10/2016 at 09:46 AM
Saw Gregg last night in Cherokee. The set list was a lot different than the one listed for B'Ham, but the band did play that jazzy instrumental while Gregg took a break. I assume it was the same one being discussed here. I hate to say my favorite part of the show was while Gregg was on break, but since it was new to me I really liked it a lot. Gregg was really strong. The last time I saw him was Beacon 2009 and he seemed a lot better now than then. It was a great show. The only complaint was that it seemed like everyone was trying to blind me with their smart phones.

 

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