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Event Date: Tuesday, March 15, 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. Mountain Jam
2. Trouble No More
3. Every Hungry Woman
4. Gambler's Roll
5. Good Morning Little School Girl
6. Egypt
7. Good Clean Fun
8. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
with The Gregg Allman & Friends Horns: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax, Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax, Jim Seeley: Trumpet
9. The Same Thing
with The Gregg Allman & Friends Horns: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax, Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax, Jim Seeley: Trumpet
Acoustic
10. Oncoming Traffic
Gregg solo on Baby Grand
11. Delta Blue
Gregg solo on Baby Grand
12. These Days
Gregg & Warren on Acoustic guitars
13. Old Friend
Derek & Warren only
Electric
14. Who to Believe
15. Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea
16. I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
also Marc Q on Jaimoe’s drums
17. Stand Back
also Marc Q on Jaimoe’s drums
18. Mountain Jam
Encore
19. Southbound
also Lang Manion on drums
Jamoe was sick so James Van Der Bogert played drums except where noted
 

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by jessica0717 on Mar 16, 2005 - 11:55 AM
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Set 1:
Mountain Jam
Trouble No More (no Jaimoe)
Every Hungry Woman
Gamblers Roll
Good Morning Little School Girl
Egypt
Good Clean Fun
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'


Set 2:
Same Thing (w/horns from GA&F)
So Many Roads
Delta Blue
These Days
Old Friend
Who To Believe
Sailin' Across The Devil's Sea
I've Been Loving You Too Long
Stand Back
Mountain Jam
Encore:
Southbound


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by sal (mooktahsal@hotmail.com)
on Mar 16, 2005 - 12:55 PM
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Just wanted to share a thought about last night and Egypt specifically. On monday night i experienced Egypt for the 1st time- I preface this statement with the adage that I love this band. right now right here- nobody comes close- well the Mule does but were talkin bout the Bros. here. When a long time fan is hit with a new instrumental for the 1st time- so many thoughts run through the gamet of the mind conscious and unconscious- exhiliration and pride- and the geat unknown- what is This- whats the theme how will the boys handle the improv- its spine tingling and brand-freakin new- you only get to hear it for the 1st time one time- I was thinking last night as I sat in the lower balcony when Egypt came on that like an emperor penguin newly born in Antartica he or she makes a singular sound that only its mother knows and recognizes- well last night I felt the recognition and sailed home to the bosom of musical love that signaled the song into my ABB subconscious- I was home and it was so bootiful and bountiful= warren sent me to the outerreaches of everythang good in this world and i thank him and the boys- Music like this is essential to my well being an I am so appreciative- Sal


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Review (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 18, 2005 - 06:28 PM
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First, as a reference point, the obligatory setlist.

Set 1
Mountain Jam
Trouble No More
Every Hungry Woman
Gamblers Roll
Good Morning Little School Girl
Egypt
Good Clean Fun
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
The Same Thing (GA horns)

Set 2:
Oncoming Traffic
Delta Blue
These Days
Old Friend
Who To Believe
Sailin' Across The Devil's Sea
I've Been Loving You Too Long (horns)
Stand Back
Mountain Jam
Encore: Southbound (horns; Lang from St. Louis)

It is remarkable what a difference a night can make. If Monday was the Yin side of the band, Tuesday they stormed out of the gate Yanging like a mofo. If Monday was a hazy, spacy, laid back sort of affair, Tuesday was alpha male from the git-go.

Perhaps a major contributing factor was the absence of Jaimoe, apparently home nursing some soreness. Does it make a difference if one of three drummers is out (and replaced, I believe, by Gregg's drummer)? Well, I think drummers are a little like the umpire in baseball; when the ump has a great game, you don't notice him. Suffice it to say, in absence, Jaimoe was noticed.

But the absence presented a variable to the band, too talented a group to buckle to adversity, so it became interesting to see how they would respond. Butch begins the show with the welcome and familiar cadence to "Mountain Jam;" I don't think anyone complains when a show begins this way. The drum intro is relatively brief before Derek begins dancing the melody around the room. There are some nice space chords, Oteil bombs, and Derek improvisation, as he continues to willfully defy the limitations of the song's actual melodic underpinnings. Derek and Warren trade licks in the gentlest of approaches. Finally, Derek snaps us out of it, leading into the twin guitar theme of the tune proper.

Some time during the tune I look toward the stage at Warren, and I think I see an extra grimace, a look of fire in his steely eyes. Does it mean anything? Who knows. But apparently I thought it was worth jotting down...

Derek takes his turn out of the arranged portion of the piece, and nonchalantly takes it up to 11. Warren's solo seems to strike a chord with Oteil, who turns to face him, and embarks on a subsonic journey that you feel at least as much as hear. Warren is just a little flat of the melody (a good thing), using blue notes to season his playing. He takes us on a long sunny ride, but somehow he manages to make it a dark at the same time; think the eye of a hurricane. Stellar work. Warren and Oteil appear totally mind-melded; the entire band is craning their necks in the direction of their nexus of music.

The band deftly puts the song to bed, then rips immediately into "Trouble No More," a masterful "Mountain Jam" pay-off. Then "Every Hungry Woman," Warren doing some nice lead work into the twin harmony lines preceding the vocals. A hard, driving finish, and then they peel into "Gambler's Roll." Warren's accents add grit beneath Gregg's vocals. Then he plays an absolute killer stinging blues solo; Oteil, eyes closed, smiling, is gazing toward heaven. Clearly Oteil digs the real blues.

And speaking of, next thing you hear is a welcome "Schoolgirl" riff.

Out of the "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" verse, Warren begins with his "Spoonful" reference lick, then quickly goes incendiary. Oteil is hard and insistent on the riff. Derek goes the snaky, slidy route on his solo, a marked contrast to Warren's aggro stomp. Riff, vocals; Warren echoes the last line ("Can I come home wit' choo"), softer and softer, Derek and Oteil on the riff, also softer and softer, then more prominent. Warren provides delightful accents and tiny little lead lines on the extended play-out. Warren is on fire tonight, playing and singing with conviction and fury.

Next up is one of my long

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