The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Beacon Theatre
New York

New York
UNITED STATES
March 18, 2002
20:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Done Somebody Wrong
20 – Black Hearted Woman
30 – Come and Go Blues
40 – Woman Across The River
50 – Old Before My Time
60 – Leave My Blues at Home
70 – Who to Believe
80 – Instrumental (untitled)
90 – I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
95 – with the GAF horns: Jay Collins, Tenor Sax; Richard Boulger, Trumpet; Chris Karlic, Baritone Sax
100 – Southbound
101 – with the GAF horns: Jay Collins, Tenor Sax; Richard Boulger, Trumpet; Chris Karlic, Baritone Sax
102 – also Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez and Bobby Allende on percussion and Yonrico Scott, Drums
105 – Set II
110 – End Of The Line
120 – Maydell
130 – Worried Down With The Blues
140 – Firing Line
150 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
160 – Rocking Horse
170 – I Can't Turn You Loose
175 – with the GAF horns: Jay Collins, Tenor Sax; Richard Boulger, Trumpet; Chris Karlic, Baritone Sax
180 – Please Call Home
185 – with the GAF horns: Jay Collins, Tenor Sax; Richard Boulger, Trumpet; Chris Karlic, Baritone Sax
190 – Mountain Jam
195 – Encore
200 – One Way Out
220 – with Bobby Allende, percussion and from the North Mississippi Allstars, Luther Dickinson, Guitar; Cody Dickinson, drums

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Comments

03/19/2002 mtnjam7

I guess I’ll be the first to say anything about this show. First of all, Warren and Derek were real tight. I couldn’t believe how good they sounded together. Not saying they didn’t before, but in the past year they have gotten a lot closer. After this show, I am really looking forward to the new album, the bluesy songs were great, and I like the way they sound. And that new instumental, I was impressed, that was such an upbeat song, I loved it, when Warren and Chris Karlic (Baritone Sax) were going back and forth, I was flipping out. But my favorite had to be Mountain Jam, I’ve been waiting seven years for that, and it finally happened, and I wasn’t disappointed. This was my first Beacon show and I sat in the top row center stage of the Upper Balcony, the view was incredible. Truely one of the best shows I’ve ever been too.

03/19/2002 BenjoClark

Is this setlist accurate? No encore? Also, I’m curious whether the Brothers are going to revert to a single set or pick up two sets for the majority of the summer tour; I sure as hell can’t tell based on their first four nights at the Beacon. Don’t get me wrong, I wish I was in NY right now.