The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Mountain Winery
Saratoga

California
UNITED STATES
September 4, 2003
21:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Hot 'Lanta
20 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
30 – Midnight Rider
40 – Woman Across The River
50 – Old Before My Time
60 – Soulshine
70 – Rocking Horse
80 – You Don't Love Me
90 – Don't Want You No More
100 – It's Not My Cross To Bear
110 – The High Cost Of Low Living
120 – Forty-Four Blues
130 – Desdemona
140 – Don't Think Twice
145 – w/Susan Tedeschi, guitar and vocals
150 – Statesboro Blues
155 – w/Susan Tedeschi, guitar
160 – Instrumental Illness
165 – Encore
170 – One Way Out

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Comments

09/05/2003 skydawg

I loved the show. Somebody please post a set list. I have forgotten the name of a couple of songs. (old age is hell) See ya’ll inBerkeley

09/05/2003 jmacblues

Derek just gets better and better every time I see him. The whole band was just amazing last night. I haven’t seen the set list, but they played a lot of the new tunes.
I’ve been waiting for a long time to see Susan back on stage with the Brothers. Also, really cool to see Derek holding his son (name??) and Susan taking a break side-stage during the percussion solo.
Looking forward to the show at the Greek in Berkeley tonight!

09/05/2003 robslob

Thanks to Chris Brown for a great review…..your comment about Berkeley tonight makes me look forward to it even more! Is it just me or has the band gotten even better since last year? I’m with you all the way, 44 Blues was just a mind blower, Warren and Derek showing that they are masters of traditional blues on top of all the other styles in their repertoire. Instrumental Illness just a mind blower, I grow tired of it on CD, really a live song, and improvised here way beyond the recorded version. Gregg took a long time to get his voice warmed up, but man, did he nail it in the second set on Not My Cross to Bear and then nearly brought tears to my eyes as the man’s bone-chilling pain wafted out from behind the organ during Desdemona, which after Warren and Derek’s solos was probably the highlight of the show. And yeah, Don’t Look Twice with Susan was just tremendous, her hubbie’s tasty, restrained slide really making the tune. The good vibes are just flowing off the stage now, everyone is on the same page, probably more so than at any time since Duane had an unfortunate incident on the road. Thanks for the setlist Chris, I didn’t jot it down and still too foggy to remember it! -Rob in San Jose

09/05/2003 Scorey

Wow what an outstanding show. I just got back. Any show that starts with Hot Lanta is destined to be great. Susan T. came out and did two songs with the band, trading licks with Warren and Derek on the second one, Statesboro Blues. I am really looking forward to seeing the band again in Vegas on the 12th!