The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Hofstra University
Hempstead

New York
UNITED STATES
November 2, 1972
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – One Way Out
20 – Ramblin' Man
40 – partial
50 – Berry's last show
60 – Portions appeared on ABC-TV's 2nd In Concert show
70 – Featured Chuck Berry, ABB, Blood Sweat & Tears, Poco

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Submitted by: Lana on: 12/29/2004

Comments

01/27/2011 tvskies13 [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

Is this the only show that features Chuck Leavell and Berry Oakley playing together?

12/29/2009 bigann [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

This concert was recorded in May of 1971 at Hofstra however it wasn’t broadcast for over a year and only then, right before Berry died. Johnny Sandlin recorded the performance for the show.

11/02/2008 Holt [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

Thanks for the music Raymond Berry Oakley!

01/27/2007 BIGV [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

Yeah, this was shown on ABC’s “In Concert”..Whippin’ Post and Ramblin’ Man..circulate widely on VHS and DVD.. “One Way Out” was shown once on the PBS TV show “Great performances”…I have it on VHS lying around somewhere, pretty rare.

11/02/2006 SLIPPERYOS [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

Wasn’t that the 1st “In Concert”?????????

12/29/2004 Lana [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Hempstead, NY]

The Allman Brothers, Poco, Seals & Croft, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Curtis Mayfield, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Alice Cooper. . . the performers at the two concerts at Hofstra Playhouse were a surprising mixture. But the lineup was designed to appeal to a wide audience. Don Kirschner, creator of the Monkees and the Archies, produced the show as a pilot for a possible television series that the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) was considering for Friday nights at 11:30. Over 1,100 music lovers who’d learned about the free concerts through handbills distributed on Hofstra’s campus showed up. Although the concerts were late in starting, the audience remained surprisingly calm. ABC broadcast the concerts on November 24 and December 8. The Allman Brothers are shown here performing a set of their greatest hits at the November 2, 1972 concert.

Cynthia Blair, Newsday.com