The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Beacon Theatre
New York

New York
UNITED STATES
March 20, 1998
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

40 – Dimples
70 – High Falls
80 – Set II:
90 – Acoustic:
100 – Pony Boy
110 – Everyday
140 – Melissa
160 – Electric:
180 – Nobody Knows
200 – Yes, they performed Liz Reed on both electric and acoustic instruments this show!
210 – Encore:

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Submitted by: TomS on: 03/17/2002
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Comments

02/16/2003 Marley

Seems like my old comment was kinda mangled. What I wanted to say is that this show is one of the most remarkable I have attended and one of the best I own. With two songs (well, two performances of one song), it demonstrates just how much Jackie Pearson brought to this band. The acoustic Liz Reed is cool; Jack’s solo is straight out of Wes Montgomery and Oteil’s bass solo includes the Grateful Dead’s Fire on the Mountain. When the band started playing that dissonant noise after Nobody Knows, you could almost feel the crowd start to think- “They’re not- are they?” I remember Dickey’s opening volume swells (before the opening cords) being agonizingly slow. And then, as before, Jack takes one of the most mind-blowing solos you’re ever going to hear. He just owns the song. I think he and Oteil work in a tease of Soul Sacrifice (Santana) in there, too. What an amazing player.

01/01/2002 Marley

I was in the third row for this one. You know, the great thing about “Elizabeth Reed” is that it’s a new experience every time. This evening was proof of that. Hearing the song acoustically was EXTRA special and unique, and the electric