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|Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY|
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||Thursday, March 16, 2006
||7:00 PM *
||The Allman Brothers Band
|| Beacon Theatre
||New York, New York Weather
|Parking Lots Open:||3:00 PM
|Order||Song or Setlist Comment|
|1. ||Done Somebody Wrong |
|2. ||Wasted Words |
|3. ||End Of The Line |
|4. ||Hoochie Coochie Man |
|5. ||Old Before My Time |
|6. ||Instrumental Illness |
|7. ||Highway 61 Revisited |
|8. ||Soulshine |
|9. ||Anyday |
|10. ||Ain't Wastin' Time No More |
|11. ||Maydell |
|12. ||Don't Keep Me Wonderin' |
|13. ||Forty-Four Blues |
|14. ||Lovin' Cup |
|with Robben Ford, guitar & vocals|
|15. ||In Memory of Elizabeth Reed |
|with Robben Ford, guitar|
|16. ||One Way Out |
|with Robben Ford, guitar|
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|Fans||Bomberry Tropical Bash|
|Fans||Bomberry Beacon pre-show party|
|Fans||A Swede and a Norwegian walk into a bar....|
|Fans||Uno, Dos, Tres|
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|Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)|
by jchasin (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Mar 18, 2006 - 05:13 PM
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Solid, bluesy outing; “End of the Line” and “Old Before My Time” make first appearances
Done Somebody Wrong
End of the Line
Hoochie Coochie Man
Old Before My Time
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Loving Cup (Robben Ford)
Liz Reed (Robben Ford)
One Way Out (Robben Ford)
Thursday night is a solid show, the band seemingly laying the groundwork for the big middle weekend. Overall, a very “song-oriented” evening…
“Done Somebody Wrong” starts with just a hard stop-time riff; Warren plays a lingering lead part over the top. After the vocals, Derek works his magic against the band’s taut syncopation. Then Oteil lumbers right into “Wasted Words.” The pyrotechnics really begin after the song is almost over; the band locks onto a solid groove grounded by Oteil, Derek is shredding over the top, Oteil turns clean around and squares off with Butch. This outro section brings the song to a whole different place, lifting the energy up to 10. Or, as I put it in my notes, “whooo!”
On “End of the Line,” Warren shovels coals onto the fire on his solo section; Derek responds with cool mint ripples. The two guitarists trade molten licks on the outro. Next, Warren steps forward with an extended, tortured blues breakdown solo announcing “Hoochie Coochie Man.” Marc provides some cymbal rolls over a hanging note, then Derek takes a turn; more cymbal crashes, the drums enter, and Warren counts in the song proper with nods. It is a powerful, hard driving version, waves of thunder permeating the air.
“Old Before My Time” is stripped down; only Butch on drums, with Marc adding accents for the chorus, and Warren complimenting Gregg with nice harmonies. Then Oteil and Marc join forces on the swinging introductory riff to “Instrumental Illness.” Gregg is featured in the first section, then the band is on a low boil as Derek simmers, then flies. There is major percolation from the engine room on the back line. Warren solos over a jazzy Marc syncopation; Oteil makes the floor shake. Finally after a full stop Oteil starts up the riff that both begins and ends the tune and the band races to the finish line.
Warren does the blue happy dance on a ragged “Highway 61,” before moving to the vocals. Derek’s solo builds on itself, doubles back, gets hotter and hotter. Back into the vocals, then Warren does another dance on the outro. Derek boils over; Oteil catches the fever, riding the very ABB-inflected groove of the song to a close.
On “Soulshine,” Warren plays a cloud-parting solo over Gregg’s B3 swells, then he plays a glorious, muscular solo. Then “Anyday” makes its second appearance of the run, and like the first time it follows “Soulshine” to end set 1. Derek is featured on the song’s licks, Oteil’s vocals are joyous and true, and the harmonies on the chorus are deliriously happy. Warren plays a lead that begins snaky, then yields to glorious colors. Out of the chorus, Derek rides the wave, paints curlicues in the sky. We head into intermission, and even if you don’t know the words, you’re singing “Anyday” to yourself.
“Aint Wastin’ Time No More” is an inspired choice to open the second set. Derek lays out wistful lines between verses, then he hangs out an electric rope of a note, erupting into a catgut solo. Warren wails, offering up a long, rolling solo. “Maydell” is a sprightly take, with gritty vocals by Warren putting the song over the top.
After a quick “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’,” “Forty-Four Blues” comes on as slow as molasses. Warren punctures the drunken riff with a thick gooey solo, then vocals, then Derek’s turn. The band falls away until they are barely there, a soft but rock-solid metronome, as Derek darts about,
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