The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison

Colorado
UNITED STATES
July 9, 2004
18:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – NULL
20 – Trouble No More
30 – Midnight Rider
40 – Stand Back
50 – Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
60 – with Rob Barraco, keyboards
70 – Franklin's Tower
80 – with Rob Barraco, keyboards; Mike Kang, fiddle
90 – Melissa
100 – You Don't Love Me
110 – Soulshine
120 – Woman Across The River
130 – Statesboro Blues
140 – Rocking Horse
150 – Dreams
160 – Southbound
170 – with Kyle Hollingsworth, keyboards; Mike Kang, mandolin, Seth Trucks, percussion
180 – Encore
190 – Afro Blue
200 – Mountain Jam
210 – Whipping Post

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Comments

04/10/2006 billybarool [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Morrison, CO]

Disc: 1

Mountain Jam>
Trouble No More
Midnight Rider
Stand Back
WDLGTBSS*>
Franklins**
Melissa
YDLM
Soulshine
WATR

Disc: 2

Statesboro
Rockin Horse>
Dreams (Derek)
Southbound***
Afro Blue>
Mountain Jam Rep.>
Whipping Post

* w/ Rob Barroco
** w/ Rob Barroco & Michael Kang
*** w/ Michael Kang & Kyle Hollingsworth

07/17/2004 YankeeMike [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Morrison, CO]

Awesome show and Red Rocks is one of the best venues you will find. The atmosphere, the scenery and the people were incredible. It was well worth the trip from Boston to see both shows. Typical ABB feel for the weekend, very communal. I hooked up with some very cool people who helped make the weekend rock. Friday’s show was amazing. Saturday was much more mellow but the band was on fire both nights. From the opening chords of Mountain Jam on Friday you could tell the night was gonna be special. You had 50,000 (give or take a few) fans singing along to Midnight Rider and Franklin’s Tower (one of the highlights of the show). Oteil can play the hell out of that bass and he has a very soulful voice. I’d love to hear him do some vocals on future ABB recordings. Warren sounded great on Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad, Rockin Horse, and Woman Across the River. Not to add that he is a damn freak with an axe in his hand. He and Derek traded off leads on Rockin Horse until you thought neither one had anything left. Derek is amazing! One of the best guitarists I have ever seen! His soloing on Dreams was incredible. Gregg’s voice is still solid and he is playing like never before. Butch, Jaimoe and Marc are tight as hell. Great job on the encore, Whippin Post!
One of the best ABB shows I have seen in 25 years! Great set, lot’s of old stuff. Melissa, Standback, You Don’t Love Me and, what a surprise to hear Southbound at the end. If you have a chance to see them at Red Rocks next year, start making plans to go now. You won’t be disappointed.

07/16/2004 mysticmuffin [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Morrison, CO]

Hit both shows. They were GREAT. Must have recordings of both nights.

07/15/2004 lanceacreman [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Morrison, CO]

This was the best Allman’s show I have ever seen, and I have been seeing the band since 1995! Derek was on fire Friday night! You could tell he was really enjoying playing at Red Rocks that night.
Setlist: MtnJam>Trouble No More, Midnight Rider, Standback, Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad>Franklin’s Tower,Melissa, You Don’t Love Me, Soulshine, Woman Across the River, Statesboro, Rocking Horse>Dreams, Southbound
E: Afro Blue>MtnJam>Whipping Post