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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 05:42 AM
SET LIST MARCH 21, 2008
Little Martha
One Way Out
Statesborro Blues
Black Hearted Woman
Same Thing (w/ The Juke Horns)
Soulshine (w/ The Juke Horns)
Little By Little (w/ Southside Johnny, Susan Tedeschi, The Juke Horns)
Donít Think Twice, Itís Alright (w/ Susan Tedeschi)
Lost Lover Blues (w/ Susan Tedeschi)
Stand Back (w/ Susan Tedeschi, The Juke Horns)

SET TWO
Grandmaís Hands (w/ Bruce Hornsby, Susan Tedeschi, Juke Horns)
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (w/ Bruce Hornsby)
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (w/ Bruce Hornsby, The Juke Horns)
Jessica (w/ Bruce Hornsby)

ENCORE
Southbound (w/ Bruce Hornsby, Susan Tedeschi, Juke Horns)

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 05:47 AM
How was the 2nd set? Something came up, couldn't finish watching.



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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 07:44 AM
Wow! Lots of great songs. IMER with Bruce Hornsby playing. What a kick that must have been. Closing with Southbound and all the guests joining. I'm sure all had a good time and enjoyed themselves!

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 09:26 AM
Led Mule - Is this for real or just a joke? Sounds possible. Don't tease me.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 09:32 AM
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Led Mule - Is this for real or just a joke? Sounds possible. Don't tease me.


If this is true (and my radio station says Monday there is going to be a big tour announcement on Monday) Warren Hayes has become the Mr. Haney (remember Green Acres?) of the Rock World

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 09:53 AM
I've always refered to him as the new James Brown. The hardest working guy in rock and roll.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 11:09 AM
For people who thought guests were overtaking the Beacon shows of late, this was the show for you. Aside from a couple of Susan songs and a quick Bruce tune, both guests fell right in with the band. Great version of "Jessica" and "Liz Reed" and (I can't believe I'm saying this) "Dixie" was fantastic. That song is usually a momentum killer, but with the juke horns and Bruce it became pretty magical. This was my third show, and my second to see the juke horns, but while "Southbound" and "Same Thing" were a bit of the same for me, those really never get old, do they? Great show.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 11:43 AM
Excellent show. First set peaked at Black Hearted Woman and Same Thing back-to-back if you asked me. That was something else right there, wow. Nice to get some stuff with Susan in there too. Had to laugh when Gregg missed que on the Statesboro lyrics. I don't even really care when that kind of stuff happens anymore.

Horn section is cool with me. If that was my only show I might feel differently about it, but I liked everything.

Hornsby was a nice addition. Fun watching him and Warren interact. Especially when Warren was kind of doing the call and answer thing with him and Bruce was trying to drink his water and would just reply with one hand. Bruce added some great stuff to the songs, sometimes I wish Gregg would play like that, but it just isn't him. Got a little more drum action tonight, a few quick 10-20 second type features which was nice. I'd like to hear one JaBuMa before I go home.

2nd set Elizabeth Reed was really really really great. Warren was just crazy on fire in that one. I can't hardly wait to listen to that one again. Really enjoyed Jessica too.

Every show is so different hard to compare show to show. They are all pretty special in one way or another (or several).

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 11:56 AM
Oh wanted to say...let down following the Clapton shows? This band has no concept of a let down.
 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 12:07 PM
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Had to laugh when Gregg missed que on the Statesboro lyrics. I don't even really care when that kind of stuff happens anymore.


At first I thought he did it on purpose as a joke, because even though Gregg wasn't singing, the whole audience kindly stepped right in. If it was an accident, it was a happy one.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 01:20 PM
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Excellent show. First set peaked at Black Hearted Woman and Same Thing back-to-back if you asked me. That was something else right there, wow. Nice to get some stuff with Susan in there too. Had to laugh when Gregg missed que on the Statesboro lyrics. I don't even really care when that kind of stuff happens anymore.

Horn section is cool with me. If that was my only show I might feel differently about it, but I liked everything.

Hornsby was a nice addition. Fun watching him and Warren interact. Especially when Warren was kind of doing the call and answer thing with him and Bruce was trying to drink his water and would just reply with one hand. Bruce added some great stuff to the songs, sometimes I wish Gregg would play like that, but it just isn't him. Got a little more drum action tonight, a few quick 10-20 second type features which was nice. I'd like to hear one JaBuMa before I go home.

2nd set Elizabeth Reed was really really really great. Warren was just crazy on fire in that one. I can't hardly wait to listen to that one again. Really enjoyed Jessica too.

Every show is so different hard to compare show to show. They are all pretty special in one way or another (or several).


I agree-- dont understand some of the negative stuff i read earlier - I really enjoyed the show. I thought Derek and Warren were really on their game (but then again, arent they always?!)

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 02:02 PM
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I agree-- dont understand some of the negative stuff i read earlier - I really enjoyed the show. I thought Derek and Warren were really on their game (but then again, arent they always?!)


I think it is just that we Allman Brothers fans are incredibly spoiled. People pined for months about Clapton, then once he shows up, people complained that there wasn't enough Gregg or they repeated too many songs both nights. People complained that guests were taking over the stage, but last night the 2nd set was almost entirely ABB - yet still people complained that Susan was taking over the band.

I mean seriously, how many other band fan bases get to see their favorite band with so many excellent guest musicians at an amazing venue for two weeks straight plus an extensive summer tour plus streamed video and instant lives of those shows, respectively, all after 40 years? I only count one.

Years ago I couldn't afford to go to the Beacon so I saw none of them up until I moved to NYC a few years ago. I saw three shows this year - did I see every guest I wanted to see or every single song I wanted to hear? No. But I am still watching my favorite band tear it up through out the year and more than satisfied. I am not saying we need to hero worship or that the 3.10 show I saw wasn't a little off, but I think people need to stop splitting hairs.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 04:04 PM
Another great night. What about the "Other One" outro and 'Revival"? both were **** ing hot.
 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 04:06 PM
nice to see they still cover 3 or 4 of Dickey's songs...

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 04:51 PM
Personally, I thought it was the best song selection of the shows I have seen so far. Loved "Stand Back" w. horns.

Anyone catch the Les Brers tease by Warren during IMOER??

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 04:52 PM
We really enjoyed the show, although I admit I regretted the fact that we missed Clapton by 1 night. Oh well, there's always Moogis.

Both guitar players were outstanding all night. Over the years I've always rated shows as "Derek's night" or "Warren's night", depending on who IMO played with the most passion on a given night. They both burned last night. And how much is Oteil enjoying himself these days? Never had the pleasure of meeting him, but he seems like a great guy.

Susan and the horn section were great, Hornsby was good. He came close to turning Jessica into a train wreck at the end of his solo(where are you Chuck Leavell?), but the rest of the band shook it off.

Lookng forward to 3/28, our first year of multiple Beacon shows.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 05:19 PM
I was at the show last night and I loved it. Every show is different. I was blown away by the Elizabeth Reed and Jessica was great too. Bruce was great on Elizabeth Reed. The version was jazzy and long(20 mins). Great interplay between Warren and Bruce. Also at one point near the end all the musicians were locked in. Mindblowing. The end of Jessica was just powerful. The Allman Orchestra. The only negative I thought was the Same Thing. The mix of the sound of all those instruments was jumbled but they were able to adjust it and the sound improved. Stand Back & Southbound were impressive with the horns. Also just when I thought they should stop playing it , The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down was the best I have heard.
 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 05:43 PM
Was at the show and really wondered how it would be after 2 nights of CLapton.

They answered that question with teh first 2 songs. Man they were on fire last night and the song selection was fantastic. Enjoyed Susan, Bruce and the horns as well. A great all around show. I had the feeling that the Brothers wanted to make it a point NOT to have a letdown. Great show.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 07:58 PM
Elizabeth Reed was incredible, as was Jessica.

Derek just burned last night -- even for him...his solos on those ^ two tunes were complex, epic. I agree that the band seemed relaxed, probably b/c of the day off and the Clapton shows being behind them. Oteil got scary for a whlie. I didn't know who Bruce Hornsby was before last night, but his contributions were the best of all the guests. He altered the music without mutilating it...he got outside more than anybody, added dissonance. For a jazzhead in particular, his playing on Liz Reed/Jessica was a treat.

But again, Derek's work left me speechless at times.



 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 10:12 PM
I definitely agree with you mcdmw that Bruce Hornsby did go outside more than any of the guests.
 

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  posted on 3/22/2009 at 10:25 PM
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nice to see they still cover 3 or 4 of Dickey's songs...


which songs did the ABB cover from Dickey Betts? Seems to me the songs they play that feature Dickey or that he contributed on are all Allman Brothers Band songs. Granted one would agree that IMOER has a certain sentimentality and soul from Mr. Betts,as does Blue Skies and Ramblin' Man; but all are ABB, through and through.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:32 AM
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I agree-- dont understand some of the negative stuff i read earlier - I really enjoyed the show. I thought Derek and Warren were really on their game (but then again, arent they always?!)


I sometimes might voice an opinion against guest selections or their time on the stage, but when you are there experiencing it live it is impossible to look a gift horse in the mouth. Last night wouldn't have been how I would have wished for it to go down, but the end result was excellent there is just no denying it. It is their show, we're just along for the ride, no sense in trying to back seat drive the thing - enjoy it all it goes too quick.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:54 AM
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nice to see they still cover 3 or 4 of Dickey's songs...


which songs did the ABB cover from Dickey Betts? Seems to me the songs they play that feature Dickey or that he contributed on are all Allman Brothers Band songs. Granted one would agree that IMOER has a certain sentimentality and soul from Mr. Betts,as does Blue Skies and Ramblin' Man; but all are ABB, through and through.


He's trying to be a smart arse. Just let him be.

 

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