The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Jones Beach Amphitheatre
Wantagh

New York
UNITED STATES
June 26, 2003
21:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Revival
15 – Done Somebody Wrong
20 – Stand Back
30 – Woman Across The River
40 – Hot 'Lanta
50 – Every Hungry Woman
60 – Desdemona
70 – Midnight Rider
80 – Soulshine
90 – Rocking Horse
100 – Trouble No More
110 – Leave My Blues at Home
120 – Good Morning Little School Girl
130 – with Danny Louis, keyboard
140 – The High Cost Of Low Living
150 – Statesboro Blues
160 – Dreams
170 – with Karl Denson, saxophone
180 – Instrumental Illness
190 – Encore
200 – One Way Out

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Comments

07/08/2003 aramis69

I’m sure that I heard “Done Somebody Wrong” at this show.

06/27/2003 Rael

The ABB just didn’t seem to be hittin’ the note at the beach. I give them the benefit of the doubt, of course, this being the first night of the tour and all. The crowd didn’t help matters. Very dead crowd, and surprisingly, a lot of empty seats. Perhaps because the ABB had played the area just a short time ago (3 months) Usually they play the Beach in mid August. The sound was pretty terrible. There was almost NO bass through the PA until the solo section of “Dreams”, Derek’s guitar was very low. But Gregg’s Hammond was nice & loud, as were his vocals, which have improved so much over the last few years. I’ll have to give a setlist from memory, so if I miss a tune or flub the order, my apologies in advance.
Revival
Done Somebody Wrong
Every Hungry Woman
Woman Across the River
Trouble No More
Soulshine
Midnight Rider
Rockin’ Horse
Good Morning Little School Girl (w/ Danny Lewis, piano)
High Cost of Low Living
Dreams (with I believe the sax player from Karl Denson)
Instrumental Illness (w/ drums)
E: One Way Out

Again, sorry if I missed anything.
Dreams, as always, was a highlight. Excellent sax solo. Gregg jumped the gun on the vocals, coming in too early, stepping a bit on Warren’s solo, but laughed it off.
A pretty standard show, nothing to write home about, but I’m sure they’ll be cruising in high gear as the summer progresses.
Interesting statement of the evening overheard by fellow concertgoer to his friend: (after the drum solo) “Ya know, that used to be better, ’cause they used to have 2 drummers & a percussionist” Uh, yeah guy, whatever.
Will