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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 09:58 AM
If you were to make a setlist from seven turns,shades of two worlds,where it all began and hittin the note what would it be? lets say 15 songs you can add egypt,orpheo and who's been talking also

whats done is done
firing line
desdemona
end of the line
loaded dice
no one to run with
sailing across the devils sea
low down dirty mean
temptation is a gun
Egypt
gamblers roll
who to believe
soulshine
good clean fun
who's been talking

 
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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 10:14 AM
Here is the list of songs
"Good Clean Fun" (Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Johnny Neel) 5:09
"Let Me Ride" (Betts) 4:36
"Low Down Dirty Mean" (Betts, Neel) 5:30
"Shine It On" (Betts, Warren Haynes) 4:51
"Loaded Dice" (Betts, Haynes) 3:29
"Seven Turns" (Betts) 5:05
"Gambler's Roll" (Haynes, Neel) 6:44
"True Gravity" (Betts, Haynes) 7:58
"It Ain't Over Yet" (Doug Crider, Neel) 4:54

"Firing Line" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 5:17
"High Cost of Low Living" (G. Allman/W. Haynes/J. Anders/R. Burgin) 7:52
"Desdemona" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 9:20
"Woman Across the River" (B. Crutcher/A. Jones) 5:51
"Old Before My Time" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 5:23
"Who to Believe" (W. Haynes/J. Jaworowicz) 5:38
"Maydell" (W. Haynes/J. Neel) 4:35
"Rockin' Horse" (G. Allman/W. Haynes/A. Woody/J. Pearson) 7:23
"Heart of Stone" (M. Jagger/K. Richards) 5:06
"Instrumental Illness" (W. Haynes/O. Burbridge) 12:17
"Old Friend" (W. Haynes/C. Andersonthe Line" (Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes, Jaimoe, Allen Woody) 4:38
"Bad Rain" (Dickey Betts, Haynes) 5:33
"Nobody Knows" (Betts) 10:58
"Desert Blues" (Betts, Haynes) 5:02
"Get On with Your Life" (Allman) 6:58
"Midnight Man" (Betts, Haynes) 4:39
"Kind of Bird" (Betts, Haynes) 8:26
"Come On in My Kitchen" (Robert Johnson) 6:18
ALL Night Train 4:06
2. Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea 4:57
3. Back Where It All Begins 9:10
4. Soulshine 6:45
5. No One To Run With 6:00
6. Change My Way Of Living 6:15
7. Mean Woman Blues 5:01
8. Everybody's Got A Mountain To Climb 4:00
9. What's Done Is Done 4:09
10. Temptation Is A Gun

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 10:46 AM
1. Firing Line
2. High Cost of Low Living
3. No One To Run With
4. Get On with Your Life
5. Who to Believe
6. Low Down Dirty Mean
7. End of the Line
8. Woman Across the River
9. What's Done Is Done
10. Come On in My Kitchen
11. Desdemona
12. Instrumental Illness



This was tough for me because there was a lot of material from this period that just does not sound like the Allman Brothers Band I grew up listening to. Just not enough of what Gregg had to say here...not like the "old" days anyway.

Intriguing question though

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 11:26 AM
1. Sailin across the devil's sea
2. Firing Line
2. back where it all begins
3. Change My Way of Living
4. JJ's Alley
5. Desdemona
6. Good Clean Fun
7. Woman Across the River
8. Nobody Knows
9 High Cost of Low Livin
10. Egypt
11. 7 Turns
12. Who to Believe
13. True Gravity
14. No One to Run With

Crap! Without Betts' songs, that would be one depressing concert. Dickey really added the happy, smiling songs to the mix.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 11:36 AM
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Crap! Without Betts' songs, that would be one depressing concert. Dickey really added the happy, smiling songs to the mix.


If you take "Blue Sky" out of the mix, What "happy, smiling songs" were on their two most widely acclaimed albums...EAP & LAFE ?

I can only speak for a few, but that was one of the things that initially attracted me to their sound..that hard, Blues driven sound that was lost when Duane passed. I never went to an ABB concert to hear "happy, smiling songs"...

[Edited on 7/12/2009 by BIGV]

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 12:35 PM
Sailing 'Cross The Devil's Sea
Instrumental Illness
End Of The Line
Firing Line
Bad Rain
Maydelle
It Ain't Over Yet
Seven Turns
Good Clean Fun
Back Where It All Begins
No One To Run With
Nobody Knows

Off topic;

Though Jessica and Revival aren't on the above mentioned albums those songs always make me smile

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 09:08 PM
Seven Turns
True Gravity
Nobody Knows
Kind of Bird
Come on in My Kitchen
Back Where it All Begins
Soulshine
Nobody Left to Run With
Rockin' Horse
Desdemona
Heart of Stone
Instrumenal Illness
Egypt
Orfeo
Same Thing

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 10:18 PM
I would rather hear some good covers than many of those songs.

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 11:09 PM
First Set
Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea
All Night Train
End of the Line
Nobody Knows
High Cost of Low Living
Gambler's Roll
Acoustic Set
Seven Turns
Old Before My Time
Come On in My Kitchen
Midnight Blues
Second Set
Soulshine
Get On with Your Life
Woman Across the River
Desdemona
Kind of Bird
Encore
Back Where It All Begins
No One To Run With

 

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  posted on 7/12/2009 at 11:28 PM
End of the Line
Back Where It All Begins
Soulshine
True Gravity
Sailin Cross the Devil's Sea

Acoustic Set:
Come On In My Kitchen
Old Friend
Seven Turns

Good Clean Fun
Kind of Bird
High Cost of Low Living
Desdemona
Who's Been Talkin'
No One To Run With

Encore: Nobody Knows

I'd be pumped if that were the setlist to my next ABB show. None of the albums were 5 star but they ALL had 5 star material.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 01:05 AM
1.Good Clean Fun
2.Gambler's Roll
3.Who to Believe
4.Instrumental Illness
5.Desdomona
6.Nobody Knows
7.Seven Turns
8.Sailing Cross the Devils Sea
9.Back Where It All Begins
10.No One Left to Run With

That took a lot of thought b/c I didn't just pick my favorite songs from those eras, I tried to establish somewhat of a flow between the songs of those eras that fit together and kind of grooved into one another. Seven Turns was kind of a setbreak, although a great song!

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 08:43 AM
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If you take "Blue Sky" out of the mix, What "happy, smiling songs" were on their two most widely acclaimed albums...EAP & LAFE ?

I can only speak for a few, but that was one of the things that initially attracted me to their sound..that hard, Blues driven sound that was lost when Duane passed. I never went to an ABB concert to hear "happy, smiling songs"...


true BIGV, but i got into the ABB in the 90s. I was turned on initially by the brothers and sisters album, then Where it All Began, then the early stuff live LAFE, EAP and the first two albums. so when i say happy, i'm talking about the set lists of the 90s that included blue sky, bwiab, ramblin man, jessica, soulshine, blue sky.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 08:51 AM
looking good.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 11:50 AM
Gotta have Nobody Knows in there.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 12:08 PM
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true BIGV, but i got into the ABB in the 90s. I was turned on initially by the brothers and sisters album, then Where it All Began, then the early stuff live LAFE, EAP and the first two albums. so when i say happy, i'm talking about the set lists of the 90s that included blue sky, bwiab, ramblin man, jessica, soulshine, blue sky.


Hey Sully....Different strokes..heh?..this is the period of the band is where I lost interest and I'll wager that music like the songs you listed are also the reason that a lot of the long time fans just never got back on board. Gone was most of the "Hard edge, blues driven" material only to be replaced with songs that all repeated the same melodic/harmony riffs....over and over and over...

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 12:11 PM
Two of the best songs, Seven Turns and Back Where It All Begins can't be included.

Many of the "Gregg" songs from the 90's are indeed Dickey songs. If the band is fine without him, they shouldn't need to fall back on Betts songs.

Butch's stance of Dickey bringing songs in rudimentary forms that the "band" finished is about a Load 'O' You Know.....

BigV, not everyone thinks like you. So when you state your opinions, please remember many (me included) were drawn to the genius twin guitar of Duane and Dickey. You dismiss so much so easily. To you the band is better now. Fine "to you" (and others), to me (and others) half the wind is gone from the Peach sails.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 12:19 PM
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BigV, not everyone thinks like you.


Believe me, I am aware of this...

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So when you state your opinions


That is all they are...opinions

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please remember many (me included) were drawn to the genius twin guitar of Duane and Dickey.


As was I. And 75% of the wind disappeared from the "peach sails" when Duane passed and the other 25%..was gone for me by the time of "Win, Lose or Draw"... only to be replaced by an occasional breeze...

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 12:44 PM
And more ingredients got added to the mix that made the gumbo different than the original with similar traits, but awesome for those that willing to taste it with an open mind.

Bird, of course they wouldn't do a setlist made of these songs (with or without Dickey in the group). I just did little suspension of disbelief and it was actually a fun little thread.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 12:46 PM
not that those that don't appreciate the gumbo of today (or the 90s) closed minded.

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 01:24 PM
I'll use Tim's as a starting point, with a few changes. And with the reduced parameters of 1990-2003 material, I'd say the odds are between slim and none that both Soulshine and Rockin' Horse would somehow manage to get overlooked.

Firing Line
End of the Line
Back Where It All Begins
All Night Train
Worried Down With The Blues
True Gravity
Same Thing

Acoustic Set:
Come On In My Kitchen
Old Friend
Seven Turns

Good Clean Fun
Woman Across the River
Kind of Bird
High Cost of Low Living
Get On With Your Life
Who's Been Talkin'
No One To Run With

Encore: Nobody Knows

 

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  posted on 7/13/2009 at 03:21 PM
Good Clean Fun
Get On With Your Life
Where It All Begins
Soulshine
Seven Turns
Kind Of Bird
End Of The Line
Who To Believe
Change My Way of Livin'
Maydell
Desdemona
True Gravity
No One Left To Run With

 

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  posted on 7/15/2009 at 12:24 PM
The music world could use a little more of those "breezes" with all the repeated melodic/harmony riffs like

Jessica
Southbound
Ramblin' Man
High Falls
7 Turns
True Gravity
Kind Of Bird
Nobody Knows
BWIAB
NBLTRW
Mean Woman Blues
Change My Way Of Living



[Edited on 7/15/2009 by TennKev]

 

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  posted on 7/16/2009 at 07:02 AM
Throw in Shine It On to lots of these set lists and we have winners!

 

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  posted on 7/16/2009 at 08:39 AM
LOVE this set. Brings me back to those upper balcony Beacon nights....


Set I
"Back Where It All Begins" 9:10
"True Gravity" (Betts, Haynes) 7:58
"Instrumental Illness" (W. Haynes/O. Burbridge) 12:17
"Rockin' Horse" (G. Allman/W. Haynes/A. Woody/J. Pearson) 7:23
"Woman Across the River" (B. Crutcher/A. Jones) 5:51
"Mean Woman Blues" 5:01
"Firing Line" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 5:17

Set II
"Seven Turns" (Betts) 5:05
"Nobody Knows" (Betts) 10:58
"Low Down Dirty Mean" (Betts, Neel) 5:30
"Gambler's Roll" (Haynes, Neel) 6:44
"High Cost of Low Living" (G. Allman/W. Haynes/J. Anders/R. Burgin) 7:52
"Desdemona" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 9:20
"Get On with Your Life" (Allman) 6:58
"Old Before My Time" (G. Allman/W. Haynes) 5:23
"Maydell" (W. Haynes/J. Neel) 4:35
"Good Clean Fun" (Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Johnny Neel) 5:09

 

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  posted on 7/16/2009 at 10:14 AM
First Set:
End Of The Line
Sailin' 'cross The Devil's Sea
Firing Line
Loaded Dice
Desdemona
Good Clean Fun
Mean Woman Blues
Shine It On
Back Where It All Begins (Warren voc)


Second Set:
Nobody Knows
Low Down Dirty Mean
Bad Rain
Midnight Man>
Maydell
Soulshine
All Night Train
True Gravity>Mountain Jam>Kind Of Bird>True Gravity Jam
Encore:
Come In My Kitchen
Rockin' Horse

 

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