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Event Date: Friday, March 23, 2007
Start Time: 8:00 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


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OrderSong or Setlist Comment
1. Les Brers In A Minor
2. Can't Lose What You Never Had
3. Ain't Wastin' Time No More
4. The Sky Is Crying
5. Who to Believe
6. Stand Back
7. The Weight
Set II
8. You Don't Love Me
9. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
10. Manic Depression
11. Trouble No More
12. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
13. Black Hearted Woman
Encore
14. Preachin' Blues
15. Southbound
with Jay Collins, sax; Tony Escapa, percussion
 
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Derek TrucksDerek on stage at Beacon 3/23
 

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1.The Beacon and The Brothers on 3/23/07 (mark nini)
2.Friday March 23rd @ The Beacon -- Peaking @ the Beacon (Jeanne)
3.3/23/07: Just ANother Manic Friday (Chasin) (josh chasin)
4.Rubadub on Beacon 3.23-24.07 (scott russell)

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Just Another Manic Friday (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 26, 2007 - 10:29 AM
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Over the overture mists, Derek chops his ax down hard to herald the introductory strains of “Les Brers in A Minor,” quite sufficiently grand; Derek brings his guitar down similarly several times to emphasize beats, a surprisingly animated set of gestures for the Zen slide master. Oteil has his back to the house, facing off against the drummers and radiating waves of bottom, pushing the band into the theme. Oteil is playing big, Gregg’s B3 solo is fresh and brisk. Derek goes all flash, then pulls up, plays a big hanging note that is like a page break, then he plays a creaky, building solo, goes to double time, and finishes up with his open right hand bashing out a chorded phrase. A drum interlude, Marc high on top accenting… Then Warren solos over a solid Oteil base, a furious electric blur that connects with the house, pulling a cheer from our collective throats. “Les Brers” is a BIG beginning, like running back the opening kickoff to the 5-yard line. It hits the spot with the Friday night crowd.

“Can’t Lose What You Never Had” is also big and in the pocket. Gregg is hard allover the vocals, there is some added jaunt to the riff, it seems less stripped down than in recent years. On Warren’s solo he pierces the sky with true pure blue lines from the heart of the song’s melody (which at this point in the jam is just barely implied)… spot on.

On a wistful “Aint Wastin’ Time No More” Derek spreads the slide on extra thick on his solo, and Warren plays a nice slide outro. Then the night takes a solid foothold somewhere along the southern half of the Mississippi as Warren launches into “The Sky is Crying,” blues to the max. Warren belts out some truly sorrowful singing, then plays some slide with a dash of vibrato; then he peels off long lines of timeless blues. “Warren is having a great night,” someone from behind me says, someone who would know. More sorrowful vocals, then Derek solos, pushing, poking, seemingly trying to get away from the blues form. Finally, grudgingly, he gives in, makes a bee line for the sweet spot, and the house erupts as he rings the bell… then he figures, what the hell, and he rings the whole damn church. Out of the turnaround Derek brings it back down for a humble close, handing off to Warren for the final vocal section. Outstanding, if you like the blues. And if you’ve read this far, presumably you like them a lot.

Warren tosses off howitzers on his solo in “Who to Believe;” after the middle vocals, Derek peels off spry, wily elongated notes melting into nice creamy slide work. Warren steps up in the middle of “Standback” and adds the hot sauce; Derek plays a hard-driving, extended outro.

Jay Collins and Susan Tedeschi come on for the set closer, and when it turns out to be “The Weight” the guys around me whoop and hoot their approval. Susan, of course, belts the crap out of the song, Collins lays down mellifluous lines (can you believe I wrote “mellifluous” on my note pad in the dark?) Warren plays some stinging lead way up on the fret board, straight from a grizzly, primal space. Then he sings the “Crazy Chester” verse, Susan the final verse, then a long vamp, Derek flying hard over the gritty riff, then back into the vocal refrain (“Take a load off Annie…”) Bluesy ending to a bluesy set. Did I mention Susan sings the hell out of this sucker?

Some loose drum play turns into a syncopated beat, and before many in the crowd realize the second set has begun, the boys in the engine room are beating out what is surely going to be “You Don’t Love Me.” Finally Oteil wraps his fingers around the riff and we are jet-propelled into the song. Warren and Derek play the blues, then they pull up and a 2-guitar musical conversation ensues about where to go next. Warren plays some bent-note blues way at the top of the neck; Derek answers with some deep, big-mouthed notes. Finally a go at the transitional section that takes us to the Serenade. Derek dances over the top, then another section, Derek is white hot, he and Warren

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by joe-beacon (j2deep@aol.com)
on Mar 24, 2007 - 08:25 AM
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great show boys are in top form .
1st Set
Les Brers In A Minor
Can't Lose What You Never Had
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Sky Is Crying
Who To Believe
Standback
The Weight *

2nd Set
You Don't Love Me
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Manic Depression &
Trouble No More
Gilded Splinters > Drums > Gilded Splinters
Black Hearted Woman . The Other One Jam
Encores :
Preachin' Blues %
Southbound #


* W/ Susan Tedeschi Singing & Jay Collins On Sax
& Oteil Singing
% Just Warren & Derek
# Jay Collins On Sax


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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY(Score: 1)
by RRFC on Mar 24, 2007 - 02:56 PM
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saw this show last night and was blown away!!! looking for a recording...


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