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Event Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Start Time: 6:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Notes: With The Derek Trucks Band.
Venue: Jones Beach Music Theater
Location: Wantagh, New York Map of Venue Map
Near: New York, NY
Parking Lots Open:3:00 PM


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OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Hot 'Lanta
2. Statesboro Blues
3. Come and Go Blues
4. Woman Across The River
5. Every Hungry Woman
6. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
7. Hoochie Coochie Man
8. Melissa
9. Afro Blue
with Roy Haynes, drums
10. You Don't Love Me
11. The Weight
12. Midnight Rider
13. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Encore
14. No One To Run With
 
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FansWithstanding the wind
FansDerek opening for the Brothers at Jones
FansGuyute and friend
FansWarren and Derek at Jones
Off StageMy Pix
 

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY(Score: 1)
by BlueSky77 on Apr 21, 2006 - 01:56 PM
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When are tickets going on sale?


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY (Score: 1)
by BarrySmith (cryptical70@yahoo.com)
on Jun 28, 2006 - 12:03 AM
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Pretty good show, not the best I've seen there but it had its moments including the first IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH REED at the Beach since the distant days of Dickey Betts (1998).

Here's the setlist:
HOT LANTA
STATESBORO BLUES
COME & GO BLUES
WOMAN ACROSS THE RIVER
EVERY HUNGRY WOMAN
DON'T KEEP ME WONDERING
HOOCHIE KOOCHIE MAN
MELISSA
JAM (don't know the name of this number)
YOU DON'T LOVE ME
THE WEIGHT
MIDNIGHT RIDER
IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH REED
NO ONE LEFT TO RUN WITH


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY(Score: 1)
by Rael on Jun 28, 2006 - 12:24 AM
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A beautiful night once again at the beach. The band gained strength as the gig wore on, highlighted by a stellar "Liz Reed." Jazz great Roy Haynes sat in on "Afro Blue" as he did at the Beacon earlier this year. Those of you who thought this was time for a bathroom/snack bar break at this time certainly missed a true legend. "You Don't Love Me" is back to sounding as it was played at the Fillmore, rather than the swinging version of years past. Overheard a few rows ahead of me during the drum solo, "What the hell is this *****? This ain't the Allmans, it sounds like the Gong Show." Way to go there, oh wise one.

Hot'lanta
Statesboro Blues
Come and Go Blues
Woman Across the River
Every Hungry Woman
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Hoochie Coochie Man
(w/ slide duet intro)
Melissa
Afro Blue
(w/ Roy Haynes)
You Don't Love Me
The Weight
Midnight Rider
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
(w/ drums & bass)

E: No One To Run With




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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY(Score: 1)
by sealevel on Jun 29, 2006 - 08:15 PM
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what a show have seen them many times this show ranks right on top great cover of the weight derek an warren together does not get any better than that see you in ashville end of july for the mighty mule


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY(Score: 1)
by dougrhon on Jul 04, 2006 - 12:24 PM
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This is the sixth time I've seen the Allmans in the last calendar year including 4 Beacon shows. Ihave a tendency to think the most recent one is the best. I really think that's right this time. It goes without saying that at each and every show the band is incredibly tight and the interplay between Warren and Derek is beyond imagination. Let me start by stating that I have never heard Gregg sing better since the days of Duane and that includes live and on copies of shows I have. His voice is getting stronger and stronger as the abusive years recede further and further. He simply killed on Come and Go Blues, Every Hungry Woman and Don't Keep Me Wondering. Sometimes he messes up the vocal on You Don't Love Me. Not tonight. Warren was Warren. An absolute monster on guitar and vocals, a very underrated part of the Haynes package. Tonight was a real treat for fans of Warren's singing as two songs he kicks ass on were included, Hootchie Cootchie Man and The Weight. HCM was particularly awesome as it was proceeded by a lengthy back and forth solo duel between Derek and Warren alone before the familiar drum roll that leads into the amin riff. Warren sings HCM with a particularly nasty menacing vibe whereas BO was more seductive and sensual. The Weight is fast becoming a song associated with this band. It is done in the Aretha Franklin style with Derek filling in the Duane slide lines the way Duane would have if he got to play it live instead of in a studio. The power is just overwhelming and that is fast becoming one of my all-time favorite ABB songs. I personally love Warren's vocals on it. It really let's him cut loose. Finally, as soon as the name Roy Haynes was announced a chill went up my spine because I knew it meant Afro Blue. How incredible that this band can take a classic Coltrane number, replace the sax with two unreal guitarists and turn this into a classic electric jazz-rock number. This band is the best. Simply the best. And they are doing new and innovative things every tour. Count your blessings people. And be sure to buy the Instant Live for this one.


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: Wantagh, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Jul 14, 2006 - 11:57 PM
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I was unable to get inside the theater in time for all of Derek’s opening set. I heard the strains of “Volunteered Slavery” snake over the water from outside the arena… Later, inside, “Key to the Highway” creates a bluesy freneticism, then goes all hush before Derek lets loose and tears it up… Quinones sits in on an instrumental segue that becomes “Greensleeves;” Derek spats out waves of jazz, and comes out the back end of the jam with laser melodies, before the band moves into piano-led dissonance… on the closing “I Wish I Knew,” Kofi plays some round, sweet melodic flute; Derek falls into the pocket, rides the melody, then barely keeps it on the tracks driving to the finish. A solid, sublime opening set, which would have been better received if more of the cognoscenti had seen fit to leave the apparent luxury of the parking lot and come inside to… well, receive it.

*****

Hot ‘Lanta
Statesboro Blues
Come and Go Blues
Woman Across the River
Every Hungry Woman
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
Hoochie Coochie Man
Melissa
Afro Blue (w/Roy Haynes)
You Don’t Love Me >
The Weight
Midnight Rider
Elizabeth Reed > Jabuma > Oteil > Liz Reed
E: NOLTRW

A casual walk-on, some last-minute tuning, and then “Hot ‘Lanta” is just there. Gregg’s sweet chords punctuate the music, spur it on. Derek purrs and snarls over crunchy Warren rhythm work; Oteil locks and sways. Then a hanging transition note, then Warren takes a dark lead that gives way to the drum break.

Warren plays slide on ‘Statesboro Blues.” It is familiar, almost inevitable, but the song is loose, greasy, it has Happy Feet. Gregg’s vocals are strong, and he plays some barrelhouse piano leading into Derek’s slide attack; Derek is particularly elastic and rubbery, and stretches it through into Gregg’s final verse.

Derek conjures a warm breeze even though the sun is setting now, bringing in “Come and Go Blues.” Warren’s solo work is stinging, tuneful, in the pocket, straight from his gut right to yours.

“Woman Across the River” begins an 8-song run through the deep blues that is the heart of the set. Warren goes vocals, solo, vocals, solo; the second solo, extended, is a taut excursion down to the delta. Gregg rides the wave; then another vocal section, and then the action begins. Derek lays in a high, hard one that slaps into the catcher’s mitt for a resounding strike, the kind where the batter turns around and all the ump can do is shrug. Warren plays round, hard notes with a wicked laugh; slowly, out of time. Then he’s picked it up, and Derek joins in, and the two guitars are playing one solo, grabbing at it, tugging it to and fro, yanking it out of each other’s hands. Soon its shred fest at Tiffany’s, into a furious, multi-colored crescendo, then out. A big, humble, evil Warren Haynes grin seems to loom in the night sky. Maybe its just the video screens…

Underneath the leads, both guitarists offer chording that is jaunty but shifting, that responds in real time to the solo, interacts with it, all the while sticking hard on the groove. The rhythm guitar playing may be the most underappreciated aspect of the Allman sound right now, because while one guy is playing rhythm, the other guy is blowing your mind.

On Every Hungry Woman,” Warren is over by Derek as they trade hot lines over the hard bop of the one-chord stomp. The twin licks are big and glassy, and Derek morphs one into a shimmering solo, all soaring, full, watery; then he’s chording as Warren plays a dirty skronk. Back and forth they go; Warren is electric, nasty. Oteil gets on his thumpadump pony and rides as the two guitarists pull away against each other; they play in unison, one chording as the other solos, then seamlessly reversing. Then the twin licks, and bam, the two voices converge as the band stampedes through the tumbling riff. Big, noir-ish, and a highlight.

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DTB(Score: 1)
by Holt on Aug 30, 2006 - 03:10 PM
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Volunteered Slavery
I'll Find My Way
All I Do
Crow Jane
Sahib Teri Bandi
Key To The Highway
Mahjoun>
Greensleeves with Mark Quinones
I Wish I Knew


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