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Allman Brothers Band
Murat Centre

July 25, 2003

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows


10 – Don't Want You No More
20 – It's Not My Cross To Bear
30 – Ain't Wastin' Time No More
45 – Wasted Words
50 – Rocking Horse
60 – Hot 'Lanta
70 – Old Before My Time
80 – Come and Go Blues
90 – The Same Thing
95 – w/Karl Denson, saxophone
100 – The High Cost Of Low Living
110 – Desdemona
121 – Hoochie Coochie Man
130 – Midnight Rider
140 – Southbound
145 – w/Chris Littlefield, Trumpet; Brian Jordan, Guitar
150 – Instrumental Illness
155 – Encore
160 – Revival

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Submitted by: hoosier on: 08/09/2003

Comments from Original ABB Site

12/25/2003 rjstauber

Living in Germany, I usually don’t get many chances to see The Allman Brothers Band in a live setting. During our summer visit to the U.S. in Michigan, I had the opportunity to see the band performing live at the Muskegon Summer Celebration on July 3, 2003. I was totally stunned by how well the band performed compared to the only other performance I had seen back in 1994.

When I saw on this website that some of the Instant Live recordings were available for sale, I decided to order a couple (since I didn’t want to buy all of them due to financial limits). I picked the only two July concerts (the same month I had seen them) from Indianapolis (July 25) and Pittsburgh (July 26). These two concerts covered a lot of different songs. The two shows only had four songs which the band performed both nights (approx. 25 min of music).

I now had the chance to listen to the CD’s a few times, and I have to say that I regret not having ordered more of the other shows from August. The music is just great, and each night is different due to different songs and special guests.

In general, I like the Pittsburgh show better than the Indianapolis one, mainly due to some of the songs they played that night. It also seems to me that the band is playing a little bit better on that night.

The following songs really shine on the Pittsburgh concert: Worried Down With The Blues (great vocals by Warren), You Don’t Love Me (cool start), Who To Believe (one of my favorite songs of Hittin’ The Note), Hot ‘Lanta, Stormy Monday (awesome, reminds me of the Fillmore Concerts version), Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (outstanding, feat. Karl Denson on saxophone) and, of course, In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed which is almost 35 minutes long (this is a great performance by the whole band, also including 10 min. drums solo and 5 min. bass solo). Especially the bass solo is really excellent featuring also some scat singing by O’Teil. Revival is the encore on both nights, and this is a nice way to end an ABB concert.

On the Indianapolis concert, I especially like the opener Don’t Want You No More/It’s Not My Cross To Bear (they also opened the Muskegon show with this one), The Same Thing (featuring Karl Denson), Hoochie Coochie Man, and Southbound (with two special guests). Unfortunately, one of my favorite songs on Hittin’ The Note – Desdemona – has a false start and doesn’t feature a solo by Derek. The version from the Live At The Beacon DVD is much better.

Both 3 CD sets each fit nicely on two 80 min CD-R’s, and I immediately made a copy of the shows for my car stereo and as a back-up. Since the original CD’s don’t feature a track list, I also made a nice CD cover for these. I also made a special two CD compilation with the best of both shows for some friends, and I really enjoy listening to this one myself in the car.

I would love to hear from owners of the other Instant Live recordings to see what they think of their shows. In case you are willing to sell your Instant Live CD’s, I would gladly buy them from you. I hope that these recordings will be made available somehow again in the future.

07/21/2003 jimiduane

i got tickets on the balcony section C Row AA seats 16 thru 19– have any idea how good these are — appreciate a response– this is my 24th abb show– 3rd in indy im from evansville — jimiduane

06/14/2003 bluesbasscat

If any one is interested, I accidently ended up with more tix to this show than I needed.
I’m not trying to make a profit or scalp at all. I’ll sell them at face plus the ticketnazi service charge.
Email me at if you’re interested

06/12/2003 royharper

Yeah, well, since this is a Clear Channel event, there won’t be any good seats for sale anyway. Clear channel holds a good number for promotional items. What’s left, the scalpers get. A dirty shame, it is, as this venue is a fantastic place.

06/08/2003 bluesbasscat

Please help us out ! I can’t even find the show listed at any of the ticket brokers. I live 3 hrs south of Indy and haven’t seen the band in over 20 years. Ticketmaster and Clear Channel aren’t listing it either.

06/04/2003 lilpezzer

i live in indy and while the murat will be a great place to see the show, as some others said, it would be great if you had a presale because this will sell out asap and the scalpers will get all of the tickets!!! help your fans and give us a chance!!

05/09/2003 lizzy

Please let me know of any presale tix for this show! It is a kick ass place to see a show! I have seen every ABB show in Indiana for about twelve years now, and I can’t wait to see them at the Murat!

04/25/2003 96roadking

I was quite taken by this too. I live about 75 miles from Murat, and I have a sister that lives in Indy only 10 miles or so away from it. I plan to go, and will go, provided I can get tickets. It’s not showing on the Murat homepage yet. I expect the tickets to sell quickly, any chance we could get an early shot at them? 😉

04/16/2003 abb420

i can’t believe the ABB are playing this venue.for anyone not familiar with the murat this is a pretty small place i’m guessing around 2,000 seat theatre.kind of like a smaller version of the beacon.i’ve been to a few shows at the murat it’s a great place to see a band in an intimate setting.i would highly recommend going to this show if you can.

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