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One word: WOW.

I scored a ticket at the last minute, and MAN am I glad I did. I went expecting: a) a good show; b) Levon Helm as a guest -- cool; and c) a warm but occasionally sloppy, just-warming-up vibe, as often has been my experience with the first couple nights of the Beacon.

Brothers and Sisters I never bargained for this!!! I've never experienced an Opening Night that felt so much like the final Saturday -- everyone had their A game and the band was on fire! The crowd sensed it and responded. It was magical.

Just when I thought maybe the Brothers had leveled off and gotten comfortable, they are CLEARLY bringin' it up a notch. No, make that several notches. The opening invocation of Duane on the slide show with Warren and Derek playing a sweet "Little Martha" seemed to sprinkle stardust over every moment of the ensuing show. Then as the full band ripped into DWYNM->NOT MY CROSS TO BEAR, some great things became instantly clear.

First up, Warren just seems rejuvenated. His phrasing and ideas seemed fresh and vital, he never once all night fell into reciting a series of great but stock licks -- he just seemed like a musician taking the next turn in his journey, integrating more influences and flat-out relearning the joy of his instrument. This hit me during his first solo on DWYNM and continued throughout the whole night. It doesn't hurt that his tone has also gotten a lot more organic sounding -- he seems to have ditched the Soldano rig he was playing through for years and had what looked like a straight up Marshall stack with some kind of pre-amp top as well (feel free someone in the know to confirm )... the result was a fatter, darker, fuller, more tubey sound. He just seemed on top of his game all night and it was great to hear him plowing new ground.

Second, Gregg's voice is BACK! Watch out Mitzi, if you thought you dug him before... lol ...

Third, the set list was phenomenal and it channeled both actual Duane-related material AND the sense of musical exploration Duane brought to every show, every tune, every session. That in the end is the ABB's biggest contribution -- their jazz-like devotion to listening to each other and hittin' the note -- pure musicality in all its joy and beauty, its intensity and its bluesy wildness.

Fourth, the guest sections were AMAZING. Taj was a trickster onstage, half Howlin' Wolf blues force, half sideshow snake oil, all performer. And when the second set began w/ Levon kickin' into Ophelia, then gracing the room w/ a version of The Weight that opened up the heavens, with Gregg taking the verse about ol' Luke, and everyone harmonizing, the Beacon grins and the tears were flowing all around.

Fifth, the best Black Hearted Woman I've ever seen live, just taut and ferocious.

Sixth, oh yeah, did I mention MOUNTAIN JAM! Freakin' MOUNTAIN JAM!!!!!!!!!!

Seventh, Derek Trucks is the greatest living guitarist in the world and everything he touches turns beautiful.

Oh, and eighth, no drum trio...much as I like JaBuMa, it was a welcome treat to keep things leaner and meaner!

The vibe among the guys was great -- a lot of them looking at each other, smiling, laughing and communicating. Warren and Gregg chatting it up and laughing during a section of MJ where they were laying out was a real nice sight. as was Warren literally patting Derek on the back after the show. And the grins during the guest sections were unbelievable -- esp. from Oteil!

And the Beacon itself looks so cool. I started going there when I was a little kid and it was a movie theatre -- saw Billy Jack there. Then I started going to concerts there in 1976. It never looked like this: so much gold and inlay and amazing murals and decorative fixtures... totally great job restoring it to its glory!!!!! As Joe Bell said, if this is opening night it's hard to imagine where this run will take us... should be fun finding out, tough....

The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND!!! THE BEACON!!!!!!!! HELLZ YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


[Edited on 3/10/2009 by ThePeteMan]

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 05:16 AM
Excellent review Pete, could not agree more...Moogis brought it home loud and clear. Had to be a very emotional start to the night and it just seemed to build song after song. Cannot wait for this friday.

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 05:26 AM
Wonderful review!!!

I watched Moogis and was floored by all it had to offer. Excellent sight lines, clear picture and top notch audio quality! It was a very emotional start and couldn't have felt more right! I love that we can see everything up close and at times the close up on Derek's guitar work almost had me cross eyed! How lucky are we as fans of this amazing band!

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 06:47 AM
I was blown away by last night's show! Can it get better than that!

My God thank you Butch!

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 06:55 AM
Just a little rain on the parade: I am still upset over the way that TicketMaster handled the general sale. I got blanked on the pre-sale, and as we all know by now - TM immediately went into scalper mode the instant that the general sale began. I had every intention on attending at least 3 Beacon shows, but I was NOT going to pay $175.00 (+) for balcony tickets.

Since the general sale date, tickets at regular prices have started to materialize. I get e-mails and PM's everyday from good folks (or scalpers trying not to lose their shirts) offering tickets at face value. Once my understanding boss realized that I was unable to get tickets, he assigned me to jobs out of town throughout the run.

So I'd like to thank the good folks at TicketMaster for killing my 2009 Beacon experience.

On a more positive note.... TAJ MAHAL!!! - Y'all can have Eric and Dickey - give me a show with Taj up front doing "Statesboro" and "Leaving Trunk" anyday!

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First off, my seat was a lot better than I thought, either they have to learn how to print a seating chart, or more likly, I have to learn to read one.

I'm not ashamed to admit that I cried during Little Martha. When I think of Duane, I think of how hard it must have been for the other guys in the band, especially Greg, and then to lose Berry a year later, it always makes me sad.

Now for the show, Little Martha was a sweet surprise. I thought Gilded Splinters was great, Taj was a lot of fun, Levon Helm was a good guest, and the house singing the chorus of The Weight was almost worth the price of the ticket alone. Even thought I'm not a big Mountain Jam fan, Derek has made the song his own, and he and Oteil shined. Although there was no JaBuMa, there was plenty of good drum work.

The best part of the show was that it was the band's night. No one starred or dominated. Although Greg seemed to be the controlling force, an anchor keeping everything from just flying away. Everyone seemed to have plenty of room.

It was one of the most enjoyable shows I've ever been to in. If I could, I'd got back 14 more times.

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 07:40 AM
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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 07:57 AM
Pete--love your review great description of the sweet way that Warren played..so much of my focus on Derek & all the rest & Warren really brought some special sound to the table,"fresh & vital" as Pete said--very impressive first nite for the whole band
 

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Just a little rain on the parade: I am still upset over the way that TicketMaster handled the general sale. I got blanked on the pre-sale, and as we all know by now - TM immediately went into scalper mode the instant that the general sale began. I had every intention on attending at least 3 Beacon shows, but I was NOT going to pay $175.00 (+) for balcony tickets.

Since the general sale date, tickets at regular prices have started to materialize. I get e-mails and PM's everyday from good folks (or scalpers trying not to lose their shirts) offering tickets at face value. Once my understanding boss realized that I was unable to get tickets, he assigned me to jobs out of town throughout the run.

So I'd like to thank the good folks at TicketMaster for killing my 2009 Beacon experience.

On a more positive note.... TAJ MAHAL!!! - Y'all can have Eric and Dickey - give me a show with Taj up front doing "Statesboro" and "Leaving Trunk" anyday!

[Edited on 3/10/2009 by Rusty]


Agreed about Taj. And for me, Levon is more a draw than EC. As far as I'm concerned, EC will be the third best guitar player on that stage!!! LOL.

I don't know if you're local, but I paid $35 for a single in Orch Row S last night, then moved up into an empty seat that the scalpers probably couldn't sell, and eventually moved way down in the aisle and danced all night and made lots of friends. If you have to plan ahead, the current situation does you no good, but if you're local, same-day is the way to go it seems. I was watching tix on Craigslist and the scalper sites drop faster than the Dow Jones yesterday.

 

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Pete--love your review great description of the sweet way that Warren played..so much of my focus on Derek & all the rest & Warren really brought some special sound to the table,"fresh & vital" as Pete said--very impressive first nite for the whole band


I feel like Warren and Derek have always been great -- each in their own way -- and that's still true during strict solo sections. BUt last night I heard way better meshing and blending and weaving than ever between them, and their tones seem to be complementing each other more too... Susea nailed it -- how lucky are we? The fact that the band can continue to evolve and grow is a testament to them all, and to Duane's original vision too. Just an inspiring night!!!

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 12:18 PM
Great review Pete ... can't wait 'til next week for my turn

 

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I was watching tix on Craigslist and the scalper sites drop faster than the Dow Jones yesterday.


How do you spell... E C O N O M Y

 

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Great review Pete ... can't wait 'til next week for my turn


Something tells me it'll be worth the trip... but then YOU KNEW THAT!

 

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First off, my seat was a lot better than I thought, either they have to learn how to print a seating chart, or more likly, I have to learn to read one.

I'm not ashamed to admit that I cried during Little Martha. When I think of Duane, I think of how hard it must have been for the other guys in the band, especially Greg, and then to lose Berry a year later, it always makes me sad.

Now for the show, Little Martha was a sweet surprise. I thought Gilded Splinters was great, Taj was a lot of fun, Levon Helm was a good guest, and the house singing the chorus of The Weight was almost worth the price of the ticket alone. Even thought I'm not a big Mountain Jam fan, Derek has made the song his own, and he and Oteil shined. Although there was no JaBuMa, there was plenty of good drum work.

The best part of the show was that it was the band's night. No one starred or dominated. Although Greg seemed to be the controlling force, an anchor keeping everything from just flying away. Everyone seemed to have plenty of room.

It was one of the most enjoyable shows I've ever been to in. If I could, I'd got back 14 more times.


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Loved the whole show. Songs that stood out to me were Stormy Monday, Mountain Jam and also the new instrumental. Thought the Stormy Monday was up there with the version on LAFE.
 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 01:14 PM
Great review Pete!!!! I watched on Moogis and agree with everything you posted. They have set the bar extremely high. Can't wait for tonight!!!


Nobody has mentioned that sick bass thing Oteil did towards the end of 'Same Thing'. That was off the hook!!!

 

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Great review Pete!!!! I watched on Moogis and agree with everything you posted. They have set the bar extremely high. Can't wait for tonight!!!


Nobody has mentioned that sick bass thing Oteil did towards the end of 'Same Thing'. That was off the hook!!!


Good call, Pete -- and BTW, you have an excellent first name!

 

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I agree with Peteman's assessment of last night almost completely 100 %. The band was GREAT. So great to see and hear them playing again. I loved every moment of last night. I love Taj and think he is a great showman. I loved his take on the old blues tunes. It was nice to hear them done a little differently from the usual take.

Can anyone confirm for me that the instrumental is a new one? I thought it was something I had not heard before, but someone is saying it is called In a Silent Way, and I didn't think it was like the instrumental they opened with last year but I get a little fuzzy on instrumentals.

The Beacon was beautiful last night. It almost hurt to see a few spilled drinks and to see a few people smoking cigarettes. I felt the crowd was good but they were allowed to go into the aisles and that made it hard for me to see so I had to move my 151 dollar seat to a place where I could actually see. If people were kept out of the aisles, then I would not have moved because I had a lovely seat.

Anyway, it was a nice experience mostly last night and it was so good to see every body who I see at the shows again. Feels like Spring/Allman spirit.

 

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Great review Pete!!!!
Agree!!! Excellent review, PeteMan! Glad you got to expierence this
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Nobody has mentioned that sick bass thing Oteil did towards the end of 'Same Thing'. That was off the hook!!!
Agree with this, also, sixtyPete! Otiel was absolutely phenominal on this and it was so cool to see his fret-work close up and personal! He killed this one!
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I love Taj and think he is a great showman. I loved his take on the old blues tunes.
Angela, I thought Taj was wonderful, too - he is the blues.

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I agree with Peteman's assessment of last night almost completely 100 %. The band was GREAT. So great to see and hear them playing again. I loved every moment of last night. I love Taj and think he is a great showman. I loved his take on the old blues tunes. It was nice to hear them done a little differently from the usual take.

Can anyone confirm for me that the instrumental is a new one? I thought it was something I had not heard before, but someone is saying it is called In a Silent Way, and I didn't think it was like the instrumental they opened with last year but I get a little fuzzy on instrumentals.

The Beacon was beautiful last night. It almost hurt to see a few spilled drinks and to see a few people smoking cigarettes. I felt the crowd was good but they were allowed to go into the aisles and that made it hard for me to see so I had to move my 151 dollar seat to a place where I could actually see. If people were kept out of the aisles, then I would not have moved because I had a lovely seat.

Anyway, it was a nice experience mostly last night and it was so good to see every body who I see at the shows again. Feels like Spring/Allman spirit.


Funny... I thought that was you trying to get me and everybody else kicked out of the aisle, LOL.

 

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Pete--love your review great description of the sweet way that Warren played..so much of my focus on Derek & all the rest & Warren really brought some special sound to the table,"fresh & vital" as Pete said--very impressive first nite for the whole band


I feel like Warren and Derek have always been great -- each in their own way -- and that's still true during strict solo sections. BUt last night I heard way better meshing and blending and weaving than ever between them, and their tones seem to be complementing each other more too... Susea nailed it -- how lucky are we? The fact that the band can continue to evolve and grow is a testament to them all, and to Duane's original vision too. Just an inspiring night!!!


Everyone was smiling so wide last night, it was so great to see the positive energy on stage

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 02:51 PM
Oteils solo was funky as hell and left Warren and Derek laughing and the OMG face
 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 04:34 PM
Why didn't you say hello? :-)

I wasn't trying to get anyone kicked out though if I wanted to I would have gone to the front and gotten the manager to make sure the aisle was entirely clear. :-) Just so you know, I could have done that but instead I got along through the night, making sure everyone had a good time as well as making sure I had a good time too.

I however was slightly annoyed when the security guard asked me two times for my ticket but let the group of drunks partying and slapping each other on the back while laughing and hooting and hollering and raising their arms and making like they were at a football game instead of a concert yet the security didn't ask them for squat. Basically they were disturbing the rest of the attendees good time but I have learned after hundreds of shows to basically ignore people who think they are the show. And since there really isn't anything new under the sun I don't mind a little more crowd interaction than in years past.

Anyway, back to the issue, I made sure the female security guard was aware that I wanted her to clear the entire aisle before she asked me for my ticket. :-) I told her to make sure otherwise I would get the manager. And I made the point with her that she would have to be in the asile constantly to make sure no one was in it before even looking at me again. :-) She never came back again because frankly, she was a door person and not an aisle security guard. So she told me after we discussed the situation a bit more during set break.

Then later in the second set a male security guard came up to me and asked me for my ticket. I told him the guy in front of me had my ticket. The guy was clearly standing in the aisle in front of me yet was not asked for his ticket. Then I pointed out he wasn't asking the guys in the aisle right in back of me for their ticket either. So when he asked me for my ticket the third time I told him he would have to either ask the guy in front of me for my ticket or get the manager. The security guy got the drift. I wasn't moving anywhere.

Moreover, the group of guys also seemed to be disturbed that I wouldn't move as one kept pushing into me and another just took my spot, just like that, after asking me to let him in the aisle. He never went into the row but when I said you just took my spot he got all annoyed and said he had a seat there and I didn't know who he was and he was some "big shot." LOL. Well then why was he in the aisle I wondered? Yet, I still didn't argue and get all worked up because I knew what was going on. So I choose to ignore the situation and continue to have as good of a time as I could, even after the guy in front of me insisted on dancing into me a few times.

It was pretty clear, after adding up all the evidence, that the group of guys thought they had it all sewed up and locked tight. Well they didn't. A few had legitimate seats there but friends came to visit and stayed in the aisles and thought it was ok to party and be loud all night long, which would have been fine as long as they didn't disturb my concert going experience, which they weren't until they started to try to move me out of the area. So though they tried, they didn't move me nor ruin my night. And likewise I didn't get the manager so everything was cool and everyone had a good enough time.

You see, I've been to so many shows I know all the angles the minute they start being played out. And I've learned how to stand my ground. So while this group of guys thought they had some kind of lock on the space, they didn't. THE AISLE IS HIS SPOT??? Really???? Are we going back to the old Beacon security where women and other people who aren't in the "in-crowd" get SHAKEN DOWN BY SOME THUG who wants more of your hard earned money to stand in the aisle????

Well those days are over.

I've been to the Beacon more than a lot of people (not to brag, I'm just pointing out the facts) and learned a long time ago that some gentlemen need a lesson in courtesy. When you see me, show me the respect you would give your wife or mother. Grow up and learn that if you pay for a seat it is your seat and the aisle isn't a place for people to stand during a show since no one should be paying for aisle space. Pushing and shoving may be ok at a 40 dollar GA venue, but it is not ok to push and shove and block the view of people who paid 151 dollars plus fees (I don't know about 170-175 dollars) to sit in the first 10 rows just so you (the generic you) can be up front in the aisle with your other than first 10 row ticket. And if that is how it is going to be, well then there are some letters than that need to be written. Otherwise, just chill and stop being such a pushy drunken fool.

So now, I will now ask that Kirk please make sure things get handled more fairly and properly over the rest of the run. I know he understands that the good of the whole is more important than a few guys getting their groove on at the expense of the rest of the fans.

So - if you thought I was trying to get people tossed, you were mistaken. Cause if I was trying I am sure I would have succeeded, but then, it would have been a negative experience for so many so I choose instead to shoulder the negative that was being thrown my way and deal with it and continued to have a good night regardless of those who try provoke negative experiences toward other people.

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I agree with Peteman's assessment of last night almost completely 100 %. The band was GREAT. So great to see and hear them playing again. I loved every moment of last night. I love Taj and think he is a great showman. I loved his take on the old blues tunes. It was nice to hear them done a little differently from the usual take.

Can anyone confirm for me that the instrumental is a new one? I thought it was something I had not heard before, but someone is saying it is called In a Silent Way, and I didn't think it was like the instrumental they opened with last year but I get a little fuzzy on instrumentals.

The Beacon was beautiful last night. It almost hurt to see a few spilled drinks and to see a few people smoking cigarettes. I felt the crowd was good but they were allowed to go into the aisles and that made it hard for me to see so I had to move my 151 dollar seat to a place where I could actually see. If people were kept out of the aisles, then I would not have moved because I had a lovely seat.

Anyway, it was a nice experience mostly last night and it was so good to see every body who I see at the shows again. Feels like Spring/Allman spirit.


Funny... I thought that was you trying to get me and everybody else kicked out of the aisle, LOL.

 

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  posted on 3/10/2009 at 06:53 PM
I was actually kidding in my post, my goodness...

Sorry you had such a negative experience. If guys were elbowing into your space and/or taking your seat, that sucks. If they were giving you attitude about it, that sucks even more.

From my vantage point there were a bunch of people down front who were taking up the aisle, starting around row D or E and then crushing their way toward the stage. Me? I was standing with a couple of people who had aisle seats and who chose to stand, and I befriended them and we all danced and had a nice time. This was probably in the vicinity of row J or so... I don't believe I bothered anybody -- in fact people kept smiling at me and I smiled right back at them. if I thought I was buggin people, I would have gone back to my seat.

I was also, for the record, stone cold sober and free of anything other than a light contact buzz and a musical high.

 

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