The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Louisville Motor Speedway

June 17, 2001

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows


30 – Rockin' Horse
50 – Desdemona
90 – The High Cost Of Low Living
100 – Dreams
110 – Loaded Dice
140 – I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
150 – w/Deep Banana Blackout horns
160 – Southbound
170 – w/Deep Banana Blackout horns and Hope Clayburn, backing vocals
180 – Fuzz, guitar
190 – Johnny Durkin, percussion
200 – Mountain Jam
210 – Encore:
220 – Whipping Post
230 – Deep Banana Blackout, Dallas Moore opened

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02/21/2002 BenjoClark

This show, despite the out-of-the-ordinary environment, was phenomenal. Highlights for me included High Cost of Low Living and a sensational Mountain (prolonged) Jam followed by a good crowd pleaser, Whippin’ Post. The Bros. are making good music seem easy, despite losing Betts. Warren Haynes has really stepped up to fill the small gaps that were becoming slightly visible in the Allman Brothers repertoire. I’m still as proud as ever to be a fan, and may I say with no pretense, long live the Allman Brothers Band.

01/01/2002 CliffnTina

Oops, delivered is the proper way to spell that word. Onward and upward to The Ogden Theater!!!