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Event Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Start Time: 8:00 PM *
Band: The Allman Brothers Band
Notes: Private Event
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. Hot 'Lanta
2. Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
3. Trouble No More
4. Firing Line
5. Who's Been Talking
6. Stand Back
7. Stormy Monday
8. Maydell
9. Instrumental Illness
Set II
10. Midnight Rider
11. Hoochie Coochie Man
12. End Of The Line
13. Just Before the Bullets Fly
14. Statesboro Blues
15. Leave My Blues at Home
16. Jessica
Encore
17. Into The Mystic
18. One Way Out
 
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ABB OnstageMy Pix
ABB OnstageMy Pix
Derek TrucksMy Pix
Gregg AllmanMy Pix
Gregg AllmanMy Pix
ABB OnstageMy Pix
Oteil BurbridgeMy Pix
Warren HaynesMy Pix
Warren HaynesMy Pix
 

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1.Beacon 3-20-07: Allmans End Spring Training a Perfect 1-0 (josh chasin)

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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY 3/20/07 (Score: 1)
by joe-beacon (j2deep@aol.com)
on Mar 21, 2007 - 04:38 PM
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opening night . show was ok bear stern was having the party . most of the people in the place really didn't seem to care who the allman brothers were most of them were talking about there work while the band was playing. i had to tell atleast ten people to shut up while the music was playing . i had a feeling the band wasn't to into this show all the song were played real fast it seemed like they just want to get out of there and get the show over ,get away from all the coroprate idiots that were there .the band seemed just to want to get to thrusday when the real fans were at the show . for example jessica was about 8 minutes , one way out was 6 minutes , leave my blues at home with the drum solo was only 20 minutes . hoochie coochie man 7 minutes . myself i wanted out also i just couldn't take all the suits and there talking through out the music . they had no respect for the music . anyway can't wait untill thrusday when the real fans get there ...joebeacon


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Re: The Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY (Score: 1)
by jchasin (jchasin@nyc.rr.com)
on Mar 21, 2007 - 11:25 AM
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Hot ‘Lanta
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
Trouble No More
Firing Line
Who’s Been Talkin’
Standback
Stormy Monday
Maydell
Instrumental Illness

Midnight Rider
Hoochie Coochie Man
End of the Line
Just Before the Bullets Fly
Statesboro Blues
Leave My Blues at Home > JaBuMaOt > bass > LMBAH
Jessica

Into the Mystic
One Way Out

A little after 8PM last night, the sun made its way across the equator—the vernal equinox, marking the beginning of spring. Here in New York City, though, we didn’t need a weatherman to tell us that spring had arrived. Because at roughly the same moment, the Allman Brothers took the stage at the Beacon Theater in a “pre-run” Big House benefit gig that heralds Broadway’s favorite, and longest-running, Rite of Spring.

Oteil is spider-fingers on “Hot ‘Lanta,” bouncing all over the fret board. Gregg takes the first solo, then Derek pinches off a big note that melts into a fretted solo. Then Warren squeezes one out, then a drummer interlude—“OK, all present and accounted for!” Derek and Oteil huddle close together over the close; an auspicious beginning.

Gregg is in particularly strong voice on “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’,” Warren takes the first solo, then Derek takes that stretchy note that announces the song and turns it into a slide solo, his guitar crying out in sweet pain. More powerful vocals on “Trouble No More,” and a Warren fretted solo.

A nice gritty vampy riff announces “Firing Line.” Warren plays an equally gritty slide solo, then Derek emerges with a sweet, bubbling solo over the band’s percolating vamp. Derek stays in the driver’s seat for an extended play-out; an early highlight.

Out of the ashes of “Firing Line,” the band segues into a slow voodoo blues groove over a purple mist; Warren provides some extended foreplay soloing over a sort of Santana vibe, on and on, until finally falling into “Who’s Been Talkin’.” Just the fall into the song proper is a sweet release. Warren plays from the belly, from the big, sweet stanky pocket, hot piercing blues. Derek steps forward, and the cool side stays cool. But Warren pushes him with his rhythm playing, and Derek responds by doubling his speed, then he doubles it again, and now the band is chasing after him at breakneck pace. Warren finally catches him with a note that pierces the sky, pulling the band back into the verse, culminating in the fade-out singing of “I’m the causing of it all.” Then the band brings it way down and the two guitars do the tiny dance, Oteil bends out a new riff, Warren plays little funk chord exclamation marks straight out of James Brown, all in that restrained, tiny space. Derek’s quiet solo is all about being there and not there, Warren perfectly accents Derek’s absence, until finally the band puts the song to graceful rest. Outstanding, and a stone cold highlight.

“Standback” is more ringing than rubbery; toward the end the band hits a stop time for Oteil to thump out some solo lines before hitting back into the vocals. Derek and Warren embrace the song’s lick in harmony tandem like a little piece of Rock Theater.

“Stormy Monday” wafts over the room; Gregg is as fierce and “present” as I’ve ever seen him, and he is actually showing off as he sings the hell out of the verse. Oteil plays a rolling bass line underneath the vocals. Derek enters on a big, resonant glassy note that gives way to the blues; Gregg steps forward with a confident flash, then goes all Ray Charles fancy-pants blues on the B3, his solo eliciting the kind of ovation usually reserved for the string wielders. Warren plays some blues, then Gregg cuts in and grabs the song by the throat with his to sing the final verses. Another highlight.

“Maydell” is next, and Oteil seems to be having way too much fun considering the simple bumpa dumpa of the song. Then “Instrumental Illness” to close the set.

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