The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
On the Waterfront
Rockford

Illinois
UNITED STATES
September 2, 2004
18:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – One Way Out
20 – Ain't Wastin' Time No More
30 – Midnight Rider
40 – Woman Across The River
50 – Old Before My Time
60 – The High Cost Of Low Living
70 – Good Clean Fun
80 – I've Been Lovin' You Too Long
90 – Revival
100 – Statesboro Blues
110 – Rocking Horse
120 – No One To Run With
130 – Southbound
140 – with James van der Bogert, drums
150 – Encore
160 – Whipping Post

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Comments

09/08/2004 Novy [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Rockford, IL]

Wow! Heavy comments, but glad to hear an honest review. Did you see any tapers there? I would like to get a copy of the show, not an Instant Live version though.

Did you make the Chicago show?

09/04/2004 marksundevil [Re: Allman Brothers Band: Rockford, IL]

O.K. after 31 years and somewhere around 30 concerts, I have finally witnessed an ABB show that was dissapointing at best. Slow, unenthusiastic and for the most part a poor song selection, and poor sound quality, as they left most of their speakers on the bus, all added up to the worst concert I have ever seen them play. I think the band ” blew their wad” the night before in a great Concert just outside of Chicago, so they definatly took the night off in Rockford. They all looked and played tired, especially Warren, who I think is getting burned out with all the appearences with the ABB, greatfull dead, government mule, phil and friends, solo accoustic and his many other gigs during the last few years. Even superman needs a vacation every now and then. Too bad, the setting was great. Perfect wheather, oudoors, fireworks, a great crowd, all added up to the expectation of a great concert. Even when they opened up with one way out, the version was slow, and you could tell right away that there was no energy at all comming from the band. I never thought I would see an ABB concert where they just went through the motions, but thursday night in Rockford thats just what they did.