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Author: Subject: New Gregg Allman Tour show on Sugarmegs?

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  posted on 9/1/2018 at 07:53 PM
I never seen this one, have you?

Sugarmegs :

Gregg Allman Tour

with Cowboy Set

Orlando FL.

3-23-74

 

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  posted on 9/2/2018 at 10:37 AM
No I have not, I'm glad sugarmegs put it up, and thank you for posting about it.

Setlist:
http://tela.sugarmegs.org/_asxtela/asxcards/GreggAllmanBand1974-03-23JaiAla iFrontonOrlandoFL.html

GREGG ALLMAN BAND
ORLANDO, FL @ JAI-ALAI FRONTON
1974-03-23

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01. (instrumental - intro)
02. Don't Mess Up A Good Thing
03. Queen Of Hearts
04. These Days
05. Dreams
06. Feel So Bad
07. Multi-Colored Lady
08. Midnight Rider
09. Please Be With Me (Cowboy)
10. I Heard Some Man Talking (Cowboy)
11. Love 40 (Cowboy)
12. Time Will Take Us (Cowboy)
13. Where Can You Go (Cowboy)
14. Stand Back
15. Double Cross
16. PLease Call Home
17. Are You Lonely For Me Baby?
18. All My Friends
19. Turn On Your Love Light
20. Oncoming Traffic
21. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

presumptive lineup:


Gregg Allman - Lead vocals, organ
Tommy Talton - Lead guitar, slide guitar
Scott Boyer - Rhythm guitar
Bill Stewart - Drums
Jai Johanny Johanson (Jaimoe, credited as Johnny Lee Johnson) - Drums and percussion
Ken Tibbetts - Electric bass
Chuck Leavell - Piano and electric piano
Randall Bramblett - Soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, C-Melody Saxophone (all horn solos)
David Brown - Tenor saxophone
Harold "Bullets" Williams - Baritone saxophone
Todd Logan - Trumpet
Peter Eklund - Trumpet
Annie Sutton - Background vocals
Erin Dickins - Background vocals
Lynn Rubin - Background Vocals

Review of concert on page 10:
http://stars.library.ucf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1190&context=c entralfloridafuture

.WMA so you can listen:
http://www.archive.org/serve/GreggAllmanBand1974-03-23JaiAlaiFrontonOrlando FL/GreggAllmanBand1974-03-23JaiAlaiFrontonOrlandoFL.wma

[Edited on 9/2/2018 by The_Newt]

 

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  posted on 9/2/2018 at 11:09 AM
This was on The Traders Den earlier this year. Still available...

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=138454

 

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  posted on 9/2/2018 at 11:36 AM
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.WMA so you can listen:
http://www.archive.org/serve/GreggAllmanBand1974-03-23JaiAlaiFrontonOrlando FL/GreggAllmanBand1974-03-23JaiAlaiFrontonOrlandoFL.wma



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  posted on 9/2/2018 at 05:26 PM
I could never understand why Gregg basically ignored "Mess up a Good Thing" in his later years. Imho, this could have developed a "Statesboro Blues" like reputation as a song that got shows off to a "smokin'" start...oh well...

Here is that article (concert review) mentioned above


"I write a lot of songs and had quite a few that weren't exactly in the Allman Brothers Band mold. Of course, the group will always be the most important thing, but there's just no use letting my non-Brothers' tunes just sit there," said Gregg Allman. Arid he didn't. Saturday night, March 23, Allman brought the capacity crowd at the Orlando Seminole Jai-Alai Fronton to their knees. Never before had I seen a more electrified audience, but neither had I ever seen a more professional musical production. Presented by L & S Productions, The Gregg Allman Tour included a twenty-four piece orchestra and special guest stars Tommy Talton and Scott Boyer of "Cowboy." Talton and Boyer are native Orlandoans and formerly played with a local group called "We The People." The concert opened with Gregg on organ, Talton lead guitar, Boyer rhythm guitar, Chuck Leavell of the Allman Brothers on piano and the entire orchestra. With the aid of the orchestra, Gregg presented a very mellow overtone as he played most of his solo debut album, "Laid Back." "Don't Mess up a Good Thing" and "Midnight Rider" were his only boogie numbers, both bringing the audience to their feet. Other songs included "Will The Circle Be Unbroken," "All My Friends," and "These Days." During their set, Talton occasionally switched off to play his mandolin and Boyer alternated between electric, acoustic, and pedal steel guitars. "Cowboy" showed tremendous musical ability as they played a set by themselves. In fact, many people commented that they were the best part of the entire concert. A tremendous job of stage props which included a combination of large painted plexiglass squares outlining the stage, and great lighting, further accented the quality of the performance. Everything combined to yield a very professional production. One could easily detect that many hours of planning and rehearsal were expanded to produce a very precise show. Gregg Allman certainly showed his Orlando audience that he has genuinely earned his title as a "Superstar."

 

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  posted on 9/2/2018 at 05:42 PM
Listening to this show now (Thanks for posting the link) and the same feelings about the music flow through me now as they did when I purchased the GAT. 1) Wish I could have made the Bay Area show at the time and 2) Tommy Talton's slide is pretty basic and well, awful. With all of the first level musicians Gregg had out there....Just my .02

 

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