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Event Date: Thursday, March 10, 2005
Start Time: 8:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Beacon Theatre
Location: New York, New York Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map
 
OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea
2. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
3. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
4. Worried Down With The Blues
5. Egypt
6. Stand Back
7. Rocking Horse
8. You Don't Love Me
Acoustic
9. Oncoming Traffic
10. Delta Blue
11. These Days
12. Preachin' Blues
Electric
13. Melissa
14. Dreams
15.
16. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
17. Woman Across The River
18. Black Hearted Woman
Encore
19. Southbound
 
GalleryDescription
Warren HaynesWarren at Beacon
Gregg AllmanBeacon
Derek TrucksBeacon
Derek TrucksDerek 3/10/05
Warren Haynesbeacon 3/10/05
 

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1.Beacon Theatre 3/10/05 (Scott Williams)
2.Chasin on Beacon 3-10-05 (josh chasin)

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by manitou on Jan 04, 2005 - 08:43 AM
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JC on 3/10 (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 11, 2005 - 06:41 PM
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Set 1:
Sailin' 'Cross the Devil's Sea
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Walk on Gilded Splinters
Worried Down with the Blues
Egypt
Stand Back
Rockin' Horse
You Don't Love Me

Set 2:
Oncoming Traffic (Gregg on grand piano)
Delta Blue (Gregg on grand piano acoustic)
These Days (Gregg and Warren)
Preachin' Blues (Derek and Warren)
Melissa
Dreams1
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed1
Woman Across the River
Black Hearted Woman>drums>Black Hearted Woman
Encore: Southbound
1w/Ravi Coltrane - sax

(set list courtesy Chris Thaw)

The annual Allman Brothers Beacon run is kind of like Spring Training and the World Series rolled into one. It has the newness of Spring Training-- what will they bust out this year?-- and the gravity of the World Series. To me, opening night is a must-attend.

It was unseasonably cold outside as Gregg limbered up under the support of a flashlight focused on the keys, then led the band through an opening "Sailin' Across the Devil's Sea," a song that had been recently absent from the set. It was a rough, hard, dissonant take, and Derek's lines perfectly matched on his solo. After a brief false start by Gregg, the band rolled into "Aint Wastin' Time No More," with Derek's fluid lines accentuating the vocals and the mid-section solo, and Warren's outro lead especially biting.

Right out of "Aint Wastin' Time," the band's percussionists go hard into the percolating gumbo of "Gilded Splinters," laying down a bed of funky drumming dirty rice. Last year this song seemed to be about twin guitars and vocal harmonies; tonight the drummers ruled the roost, Haynes drove the song with a stinging riff, and it was an early highlight. Marc is especially animated, flying cross his kit. When Derek finally joins the fray, his guitar is snapping like an alligator. The whole thing was drenched in a swampy vibe.

"Worried Down With the Blues" is up next. Derek plays the talking blues, his guitar imitating the sound and intonation of a human voice. On Warren's solo, he makes a point or two himself, before making his way to higher ground. It is a musical conversation on two levels. Meanwhile Oteil is rocking and swaying underneath it all, providing the lubrication.

Next up is the new instrumental, apparently written by Oteil and called "Egypt." Marc heralds the opening with a ringing percussive riff; then there are lush, melodic jazz chords. Warren plays the theme, running through it once; the song is upbeat but slow; the sound of the chords makes it happy, but the cadence says the band is in no hurry. Then Derek joins Warren on counter-melody, leading into a slow but peppy part, with Oteil, rumbling underneath, adding to the harmonics with sounds you can hear and other sounds you can only feel. The song's melody is constructed largely from the jazzy dramatic chords; soon Derek is layering a solo over the top. Oteil is off and running with the guitars, his eyes closed, his gaze skyward; the bottom is a third stringed voice, making the intra-guitar harmonics that much bigger. Warren spatters notes over some furious Derek chording, the rhythm section locked on. Then Warren hangs one, a big juicy transitional note that just sits there a spell, giving way to some improvisational jazzy space. Oteil remains prominent, the chords of the theme are played again, and twin guitar lines-- melody and counter-melody-- bring the song to a close, a hair longer than 20 minutes after it has begun. This is the first instrumental written for this line-up that features guitars; "Illness" is very much a bass and drums showpiece. It is fresh, new, and you know by September it will sound very different (it might even have a drum solo in the middle). But no question, it is a highlight, unlike any other of the instrumentals in the band's catalog.

"Standback" is up next; then the band lights into

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by claretkid on Apr 19, 2005 - 04:12 PM
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But opening night was just superb. They came out of the blocks firing with Sailin 'Cross The Devils Sea, and proceeded into a soulful Aint Wastin Time No More. The sound quality from the Beacon was sensational, last year i was quite disappointed at times, but this year sounded great. Gilded splinters was increbily funky. Worried Down With The Blues was fantastic (as always), but they then went into a new instrumental, titled Egypt. Apparently it was wriiten by Oteil. This sounded really good, spoilt slightly by the assholes who felt the need to talk all the way through it (why don't these pricks stay in the nearby bars). The track really suited Derek's playing, and with some chord and key changes sounded quite progressive. Hope this appears on a new album, should sound great.
Stand Back, Rockin Horse and YDLM, kept up the frenetic pace. Set 2 though just blew me away. Gregg came out to sing by himself accompanied by piano on Oncoming Traffic (a fave of mine) and a new song called Delta Blue. The latter had some beautiful lyrics, and sounds a cracking little tune. Gregg sounded great (which he hasn't always done just recently). Then Warren came out and they both played acoustically on These Days. Sweeeet !! Derek and Warren then played Preachin' Blues, which was just quality, Derek sounded like some old 30's blues player. A sweet version of Melissa preceeded the best part of the night. Dreams (in which DT just went off into the stratosphere, this song was made for him, surely), and Liz Reed (which must have broken the 20 minute barrier, and without a drum solo). Warren and Derek, just playing the most incredible solo's, before bringing it home. Ravi Coltrane, son of John, also came out for the two jams, and played some pretty cool Sax. Woman Across The River was frenetic, with both guitarists duelling until DT broke a string (or two), threw his hands up in the air, and changed his guitar, so Warren finished the tune alone. Black Hearted Woman, and the encore Southbound were great to finish the night off. I'd love to hear a copy of the show, even though i might be disappointed with what i hear, perhaps it was the occasion or the atmosphere or someting, but it was just a brilliant night for me, by the greatest band there's ever been.


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