The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Saenger Theatre
New Orleans

Louisiana
UNITED STATES
May 17, 2005
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Mountain Jam
20 – Trouble No More
30 – I Walk On Gilded Splinters
40 – Midnight Rider
50 – Worried Down With The Blues
60 – Jessica
70 – Melissa
80 – Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
90 – Franklin's Tower
95 – Set II
100 – Revival
110 – You Don't Love Me
115 – with Joe Martin, harmonica
120 – Who to Believe
130 – Who's Been Talking
140 – Dreams
150 – The Same Thing
155 – with Ivan Neville, piano; Cary Brown, drums
160 – Mountain Jam
165 – (Reprise) with Ivan Neville, piano
167 – Encore
170 – Whipping Post

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Comments

01/04/2006 patrickcrenshaw

I don’t know if anybody who wasn’t there will ever get to hear this show, but if not, you might want to look up a dvd called “Make it Funky” which is a concert recorded at the Saenger in April 2004 with a lot of New Orleans musicians including Ivan Neville who was at this concert. It’s a lot like the “Lightning in a Bottle” dvd–plenty of good shots of the theater, plenty of rockin’ music, and lots of interviews with New Orleans natives and musicians. It came out a month after Katrina hit, so it’s hard to look at some of these places that might not be there now. Nonetheless, as Bonnie Raitt says, this is “history you can dance to.” Check it out.

05/19/2005 yankweed1

always love the travel to see the brothers away from home, for me the special venues the BEACON the fox and …now saenger whoo nola brings out the music mojo for so many and tonite the brothers, it seemed it was dereks nite to shine alil brighter, guess he was making up for missed show the other day! hmm, great energy great song list fun fresh and f…in hot!!!!!!!! enjoyed meeting gpm, hop head and big jim??what a blast great people great time great vibes great tunes!!!!!see ya in boca next week!!!!!

05/18/2005 smittymac

i’m a long time ABB fan, this was my first show and they blew me away ,Greg’s vocals were a little weak (i thought) .I found out today through a friend that he was sick . the band was super tight though. I can”t wait to see them again