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Allman Brothers Band
Beacon Theatre
New York

New York
UNITED STATES
March 22, 2003
20:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Statesboro Blues
20 – Black Hearted Woman
30 – All Night Train
40 – Banks of the Deep End
44 – with Rob Barraco, piano; Thom Doucette, harp
45 – with Rob Barraco, piano
50 – You Don't Love Me
60 – Please Call Home
65 – with Horn Section*
70 – Maydell
80 – Rocking Horse
90 – The High Cost Of Low Living
100 – I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
105 – with Horn Section*
110 – End Of The Line
115 – Set II
120 – Melissa
130 – Come and Go Blues
140 – Good Clean Fun
150 – The Same Thing
155 – with Horn Section*
160 – Trouble No More
170 – Change Is Gonna Come
175 – with Horn Section*
180 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
185 – Encore
190 – One Way Out
195 – with Thom Doucette, harp; Seth Trucks, percussion
200 – *Horn Section: Richard Boulger: trumpet; Christopher Karlic: baritone sax; Jay Collins: tenor sax

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Comments

03/27/2003 saddletramp8 [Drum Solo -> Guitars?]

Did anybody else hear Derek or Warren’s guitar and Oteil’s bass during the drum solo on Liz Reed? I didn’t not see either Derek, Warren, or Oteil on Stage but I could hear some guitar. My ears may have been playing a trick but I am almost positive that I heard some guitar playing.

03/25/2003 Rusty [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

I thought this was a great show, too. It was the only one on the Beacon run that I was able to attend (I did catch Oteil and the Peacemakers at B.B.’s). A couple of folks in the Hotel Beacon lobby said that this one was “dissapointing” compared to the others. Well the others must’ve just been incredible!

One of the things that I found so amazing about this show was that the audience sang along (beautifully!) on most every song. I go back to the very early 70’s with the ABB, and I don’t ever remember seeing/hearing anything like this. Maybe this is just a “Beacon thing”, but anybody who thinks the ABB is passe only needed to be at the Beacon for this show.

Covers of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke numbers just sent chills up my spine! I am looking forward to catching the band later on in Atlanta, Birmingham or any other city that I can make it to.

03/24/2003 johnc51 [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

I went to Sat. nights show and the place was jumping.
The band sounded great as usual. Along with a great choice of songs.
And the horns really added to the show too.
A real great evening.
Going again next week.

03/23/2003 O21381 [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

Set 1 statesboro blues
black hearted woman
all night train
* banks of the deep end
*# you don’t love me
** please call home
maydell
rocking horse
high cost of low living
** been lovin you too long
end of the line
*w/rob barraco on piano
**w/uptown horns
# w/ thom doucette on harmonica

Set 2 & melissa
come and go blues
good clean fun
** samething
trouble no more
** change is gonna come
elizabeth reed
encore :
# one way out

& w/gregg on acoustic
** w/uptown horns
# w/thom doucette


03/23/2003 Mike_K_Brothers_Fan [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY 3-22-03]

Does anyone have the proper order and complete set list for this show? I went 3-21-03 and it was AWESOME. Bet you last night was right up there too.