The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Greek Theatre
Los Angeles

California
UNITED STATES
September 7, 2003
21:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Revival
20 – Statesboro Blues
30 – Come and Go Blues
40 – Woman Across The River
50 – Old Before My Time
60 – Wasted Words
70 – No One To Run With
80 – Desdemona
85 – with Karl Denson, saxophone
90 – Rock Me Baby
95 – with Chris Robinson, vocals; Mark Ford, guitar; Matt Abts, drums
100 – You Don't Love Me
110 – Melissa
120 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
125 – with Neil Larson, piano
130 – Into The Mystic
140 – Dreams
150 – Whipping Post
155 – Encore
160 – Layla

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09/08/2003 koornick

It’s official – summer 2003 rocks! On a gorgeous summer evening, the ABB rocked the Greek Theatre here in LA with all the ferocity of a band in it’s prime. Good sound quality, a fine intimate venue and an appreciative (if not a bit reserved) crowd made for an evening of musical magic as the boys put on a kick-ass show. They seemed to be making up for Monday night’s 4-minute performance on the Tonight Show. They were ready to stretch out and deliver the goods in a big way.

We knew we were in for a treat when they opened with Revival! It was all uphill from there. Highlights (for this guy, anyway) included Dreams, Come and Go Blues, Into the Mystic, Woman Across the River and a beautiful and tender Layla to close the show. Chris Robinson joined the band for “Rock Me Baby” with him and Gregg trading verses. As soon as the opening riffs from Statesboro Blues kicked in, we knew that Derek was on fire. The kid has got it! (whatever “it” may be).

Warren was the consummante showman, as always, stepping up at the most appropriate time with the tastiest licks and solos. He makes a great band leader, that’s for sure. He even stole Derek’s slide solo in Dreams – he played the straight solo then grabbed the slide and finished it off. Sorry Derek, maybe next time!

But besides that Derek was on display throughout the night, proving without a doubt that he is a full-fledged Allman Brother.

Everyone had a great time thanks to the boys who brought the summer to a close by doing what they do best – and please don’t stop!