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Event Date: Monday, March 20, 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. No One To Run With
2. One Way Out
3. Rocking Horse
4. Stormy Monday
5. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
6. Egypt
7. I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
w/Gregg Allman & Friends Horn Section: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax; Jim Seeley: Trumpet; Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax
8. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
w/Gregg Allman & Friends Horn Section: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax; Jim Seeley: Trumpet; Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax
Set II
9. Memphis Soul Stew
w/Gregg Allman & Friends Horn Section: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax; Jim Seeley: Trumpet; Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax
and Mike Mattison, MC; Cornell Dupree, guitar; Bernard Purdie, drums; Jerry Jemmott, bass
10. Anyday
w/Mike Mattison & Susan Tedeschi, vocals; Bernard Purdie, drums
11. Just Before the Bullets Fly
w/Gregg Allman & Friends Horn Section: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax; Jim Seeley: Trumpet; Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax
and Bernard Purdie, drums
12. Leave My Blues at Home
13. Statesboro Blues
14. Revival
Encore
15. Southbound
w/Gregg Allman & Friends Horn Section: Jay Collins: Tenor Sax; Jim Seeley: Trumpet; Chris Karlic: Baritone Sax
and Duane Trucks, drums; Cornell Durpree, guitar; Jerry Jemmott, bass
 
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Off StageWarren
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HAVE FOR TRADE ONLY AT THIS TIME
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Trade for ABB, DTB or Mule
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2 CD. Trades or B&P.
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2 CD Audience Sound. An interesting show. Available for Trade or BNP.
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Anyone have a copy of this show? It was excellent, but I only saw 1 taper!
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Would love to get this show have MUCH to trade see my list:http://www.webspawner.com/users/hollywoods/index.html
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i know i want a recording of this show, so just putting out the good word. thanks
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I'm looking to get any copy of the March Beacon Run show. Have pleanty of Mule / DTB to trade
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I would love a recording! Please!!!
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Really looking for a copy of this awesome set. Email me at mike.hines@yahoo.com if you have it! Thanks
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Great show,anyone have a cdr of it,I would love to get it. Thanks.
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looking for 3-20-06 have 3-24-06 to trade
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2.Josh C: 3/20 (josh chasin)

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by clarkbre1 on Apr 17, 2006 - 10:19 AM
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this show was fantastic. drove up from north carolina to see it and got engaged before the show at the statue of liberty. i would love a copy of this show for those reasons alone. help me somebody


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 21, 2006 - 01:46 PM
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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND ROCK, SOUL, RHYTHM AND BLUES REVUE

Purdie, Dupree, Jemmott, Gregg Allman horns, Mike Mattison, Susan Tedeschi… these are the ingredients in a recipe for soul.


No One Left To Run With
One Way Out
Rockin' Horse
Stormy Monday >
Gilded Splinters
Egypt
Loving You Too Long (Gregg Allman Horns)
Don't Keep Me Wondering (GA Horns)

Beacon Soul Stew (Mike Mattison; Kingpin; GA Horns)
Anyday (Mike Mattison)
Just Before the Bullets Fly (GA Horns)
Leave My Blues at Home > JABUMA!! > LMBAH (I like saying "Jabuma")
Statesboro
Revival

Southbound (cast of thousands)

Things can happen on Monday nights. The weekend pressure is off, and the band is following an off night. For years I’ve made sure to catch at least one Monday night gig.

“No One Left to Run With” begins with subdued, mid-range guitars; Derek Diddleys it up on the outro (Derek Trucks, Derek Trucks, have you heard?”) “One Way Out” is a rollicking good time, a sprightly treat up here in the two hole.

Things get heavy with “Rocking Horse.” On the first solo, Warren snakes, bobs and weaves, then falls into a pause. Oteil is flying, so Warren climbs up onto his back for a ride, shooting dank swampy beams out into the night; from there he turns up the energy to 11. So Derek, of course, begins his turn slowly, riding the wave of the band’s thick rhythms. The pace accelerates; Derek accelerates even more, storms out ahead of the band, a sweet ride.

Gregg’s voice drips with sad honey on “Stormy Monday.” Derek takes the first solo, rich, creamy, beautiful, the true blues. Gregg’s solo is especially assertive, then Warren does his blues thang.

Right out of “Stormy” the drums keep percolating, Butch, Jaimoe and Marc cooking up a mess of gumbo, and only when it’s just right, Warren does the scatted-guitar intro and the guitar-guitar intro lines to “Gilded Splinters,” a song that has established itself solidly as one of my favorites in the set. Derek is the focal point, like an open fire hydrant, channeling the percussive mojo into a stream of gold. Then Derek and Warren trade licks that are almost entirely absent of melody, using the guitars as linear percussion instruments.

Next up is “Egypt,” and the drum squad lays on a whole different kind of groove. Derek does some fresh explorations before they fall into the theme, and he tosses in treats between theme lines as well.

Like a lot of the band’s instrumentals (maybe all of them), “Egypt” is a narrative, what I’ve heard Derek call a “melodic story.” First the band lays out the musical vibe; this is akin to “It was a dark and stormy night.” Or maybe more aptly with this song, “It was hot. Again. The cloak of night did little to relieve the heat.” Then the guitars state the theme, which is the introduction of the hero. Think Peter and the Wolf; the melodic theme that defines the song’s licks is the hero’s theme. Then the instrumental, improvisational part. A story needs narrative arc, and in this part of the song, the hero undergoes a journey or adventure or quest, and is changed by it. Then the theme is restated, the hero’s theme, but the hero has changed, so I t is the same but not the same (the closing restatement of the theme is inevitably informed by the instrumental “journey” middle section.)

Tonight Derek takes the first solo, bringing the protagonist through danger, adversity—then, suddenly, sublime discovery, articulated through shimmering, wavy slide notes. Warren begins like a twin son of a different mother, then takes us straight to the hot zone. Oteil hints at the exit riff, but Warren is having none of it, he races on. So Oteil responds by going in exactly the opposite direction of the riff. Finally, even after Oteil has pulled the rip cord, Warren sails over him, falling head first into the theme. The same, bu

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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by markwolk on Mar 22, 2006 - 12:10 PM
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Great show. Would appreciate it if someone could help me out with a copy. Email to wolkenfeld@optonline.net.

Thanks.


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Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by 6ftsvn on Apr 04, 2006 - 09:15 AM
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Wow, first ABB Beacon show!!! Been to plenty of hot!!! NC outside shows.
Arrived in NYC noon on Monday, left noon Tuesday. Saw all the tourist sights. ABB show was spectacular. Show started at 8:30 ended at 11:45, even had an intermission. We were way up in the balcony but still could see and hear fine. Guest artists were great too. This memory will last forever. Will definately buy tickets earlier next year. :)


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