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Event Date: Friday, March 24, 2006
Start Time: 7:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Venue: Beacon Theatre
Location: New York, New York Weather ForecastWeather Map of Venue Map
Parking Lots Open:3:00 PM

 
OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Don't Want You No More >
2. It's Not My Cross To Bear
3. Done Somebody Wrong
4. Hoochie Coochie Man
5. One Way Out
6. Highway 61 Revisited
7. Who's Been Talking
8. Melissa
9. Jessica
Set II
10. Preachin' Blues
w/Derek and Warren only
11. The Sky Is Crying
with Susan Tedeschi, guitar &vocals; Bruce Willis, harp
12. The Weight
with Susan Tedeschi, vocals; Ron Holloway, sax
13. Can't Lose What You Never Had
with Ron Holloway, sax
14. Leave My Blues at Home
15. No One To Run With
Encore
16. Whipping Post
 
GalleryDescription
Off StageGregg
Off StageWarren
ABB OnstageDerek Trucks 3-24-06
ABB OnstageThe sky is crying 3/24/06
ABB OnstageMelissa
PlacesBeacon 3-24-06
On StageThe Sky Is Crying
FansHanging at The Beacon
ABB OnstageDerek & Warren
On StageBeacon 3-24-06
On StageBeacon 3-24-06 W. Bruce
On StageBeacon 3-24-06 w. Bruce
On StageBeacon 3-24-06 w. Susan
On StageBeacon 3-24-06 w. Bruce and Susan
On StageBeacon 3-24-06
FansBobby and Jimmy
FansHanging at P&G
ABB OnstageBeacon 51
ABB OnstageBeacon March 24
Off Stagemy pix
Off Stagemy pix
Off Stagemy pix
ABB OnstageSusan & Derek
FansGood Times
 

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1.abb at the beacon (kevin wagner)
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3.Josh C: 3/24/06 (josh chasin)
4.March 24th show at the Beacon (Eddie Z.)

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by dowen on Mar 25, 2006 - 09:54 AM
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Haven't been to 100s of shows, but been to enough. This was the best of the bunch. A powerful vibe was in the house and the Brothers were awesomely powerful. I can't come up with all the eloquence to accurately analyze the show, but here are a couple of highlights: Bruce Willis sittin' in to blow harp on "The Sky is Crying" - da guy can DO IT! He can't be called a master harpist, but he displayed deep passion, a strong ability to build his solos to a high level of intensity and excitement, and a modesty to fit in with backround fills sparingly. What a wonderful and fun addition to the show. Susan Tedesci added such an exhuberant presence and feel when she both sang and rendered a stingingly clean solo. Lastly, the spiritual connection to the past was adoringly tributed when a side camera pictured Warren and Derek jammin' on the big screen during "No One to Run With" reminiscent of picture angles from the Fillmore East album. Next you know, Duane footage from the Fillmore in '70 was spliced in with in the Duane left foreground, reminding us he lives on, that his spirit is channeled and will of course always be with us. At that moment I am sure I was not the only one who felt his real presence in such a connected way. To close, the encore of "Whipping Post" was New-Old-Stock (NOS if you know tube amps!), that made the past and the present melt together in a glorious celebration!


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 26, 2006 - 06:46 PM
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BRUCE WILLIS, RON HOLLOWAY, SUZIE T HELP ABB SKOME OUT THE HOUSE WITH THE DEEP, DEEP BLUES

“The Weight,” “Whipping Post” are highlights as the band throws a primal blues party


Don't Want You No More >
Not My Cross To Bear
jam > Done Somebody Wrong
Hoochie Coochie Man
One Way Out
Highway 61
Who's Been Talking
Melissa
Jessica

Preachin' Blues (just Warren & Derek)
The Sky Is Crying (Susan Tedeschi, guitar, vox; Bruce Willis,harp)
The Weight (Susan Tedeschi, vox; Ron Holloway, sax)
Can't Lose What You Never Had (Ron Holloway, sax)
Leave My Blues At Home > (Ron Holloway, sax)
Jabuma > Bass >
No One Left To Run With

Whipping Post

The boys hit tonight with fire in their bellies, and had a grand old time. It was a more mono-chromatic show than the multi-colored gig of the prior evening; tonight it was straight to the deep dark well.

You hear Gregg play around with the “Layla” piano cods during the opening tuning, before finally they’re off into “Don’t Want You No More,” and Bam! They’re right there on the money. Warren is all over the transitional blues line that leads into “Not My Cross to Bear,” playing from the gut on the intro. Derek enters with a full, loud shmear of tone that gives way to a bluesy slide solo, Warren takes the energy even higher right out of Derek’s part.

The music never quite ends as “Not My Cross” is done; Gregg quickly switches seats, and once he’s situated in front of the appropriate keyboard the band is off again, hitting a bluesy, up-tempo shuffle. Derek solos over some rhythm work by Warren and Gregg, Oteil faces off against the rest of the band, grinning as Warren takes a scorching lead. Derek provides some jazzy shuffle chording as the extended jam winds on; then finally Warren looks left, looks right, and throws the switch into “Done Somebody Wrong.” Warren offers up a killer solo, fingers, not slide, playing like a man possessed. Out of the vocals Derek does that slidy, yaya-sounding wail he does, then finishes off with some glassy slide.

Warren and Derek do the solo electric country blues trade-off prior to “Hoochie Coochie Man.” Warren takes the first run and invokes the voodoo; then Derek drifts off almost into “Maki Madni;” Warren does long, electrifying slide run all the way up the neck, then Derek, then the band thunders into the evil “Hoochie” riff. Warren works up a squall; Oteil drives the insistent beat of the riff, Derek takes a tough solo.

It looks like “One Way Out” is an audible, as Derek confers with Warren, than each of them go off and tell the rest of the players something. “One Way Out” is a rollicking barrelhouse, to the obvious delight of the crowd. Next Derek takes off from the V chord as the band shimmies into “Highway 61,” a song they are finding their way with, and which is beginning to sound like they’ve been playing it for years. Warren hits the note, nailing his first solo; then the vocals, then Derek takes a solo that is more of a dance. The final vocals, and Derek solos over an extended one chord vamp, then Warren stings like red-hot, glowing forged steel. Mr. Haynes is in the saddle tonight. Derek plays with some disharmony on the licks as the song closes.

Again, almost no stop as the drummers begin making a hazy swampy space, and Derek rings and rains down notes over a dark, shady groove. Warren takes the ball, climbing with hotter and hotter licks, suggestive of the song to come. Then Warren turns over into the opening lick of “Who’s Been Talkin’.” Warren offers a clinic in Tear Your Head Off 101, before stepping forward for the first verse. Derek solos over a bed of organ on the bridge, a thrilling whirlwind ride, pulling up abruptly as Warren comes in with the lick of the song again. Then vocals, and the band slows and stretches space, and the two guitars bubble forth, swapping licks in that slo

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