The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Germain Amphitheatre
Columbus

Ohio
UNITED STATES
July 13, 2005
18:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Mountain Jam
20 – Don't Want You No More
30 – It's Not My Cross To Bear
40 – Ain't Wastin' Time No More
50 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
60 – Woman Across The River
70 – Old Before My Time
80 – Come and Go Blues
90 – Good Morning Little School Girl
100 – Midnight Rider
110 – Statesboro Blues
120 – Hoochie Coochie Man
130 – Dreams
140 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
150 – Mountain Jam
155 – (reprise)
160 – Encore
170 – One Way Out

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Comments

07/21/2005 robemichel

Wow! The band was on fire this night! Aren’t they always… 🙂 Mountain Jam as the opener is just ridiculious. Keep it up fellas!

07/15/2005 mdownsonu

WOW! What an INCREDIBLE SHOW! Def. worth it to get the instant live and sooo glad i did!! Opening and closing with Mt. Jam…BEAUTIFUL!! They seemed to be letting Derek shine more and i looove it! he’s amazing. The Warren/Derek call and response duets are absolutely INCREDIBLE, esp. on Hoochie Coochie for this show.

I can’t believe there’s no setlist up yet! If anyone has a recording of the Moe. opener with Warren, drop me an email PLEASE! I neeeed it!

Anyways, here’s the best i can do for a setlist. By all means correct me if I’m wrong! I wasn’t QUITE sure about the jam they did right after the Mt. Jam opener….

Mountain Jam
Jam -> It’s Not My Cross To Bear
Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
Woman Across The River
Old Before My Time
Come and Go Blues
Good Morning Little School Girl
Midnight Rider
Statesboro Blues
Hoochie Coochie Man
Dreams
In Memoery of Elizabeth Reed -> Drums
Bass Jam -> Mountain Jam
Crowd Banter For Encore
E: One Way Out

This show was WONDERFUL, technical, improvisational, and very, very well-themed!

(Whoops! Accidently replied instead of creating a new post….)

07/15/2005 mdownsonu

WOW! What an INCREDIBLE SHOW! Def. worth it to get the instant live and sooo glad i did!! Opening and closing with Mt. Jam…BEAUTIFUL!! They seemed to be letting Derek shine more and i looove it! he’s amazing. The Warren/Derek call and response duets are absolutely INCREDIBLE, esp. on Hoochie Coochie for this show.

I can’t believe there’s no setlist up yet! If anyone has a recording of the Moe. opener with Warren, drop me an email PLEASE! I neeeed it!

Anyways, here’s the best i can do for a setlist. By all means correct me if I’m wrong! I wasn’t QUITE sure about the jam they did right after the Mt. Jam opener….

Mountain Jam
Jam -> It’s Not My Cross To Bear
Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
Woman Across The River
Old Before My Time
Come and Go Blues
Good Morning Little School Girl
Midnight Rider
Statesboro Blues
Hoochie Coochie Man
Dreams
In Memoery of Elizabeth Reed -> Drums
Bass Jam -> Mountain Jam
Crowd Banter For Encore
E: One Way Out

This show was WONDERFUL, technical, improvisational, and very, very well-themed.

07/14/2005 tedray

Well, the Allman Bros Band conquered the world again last nite! Or at least slapped me in the face and woke me up big time!
After the Toledo and Cleveland shows, that were good, but not really *magic*, I was reminded of something last night here in Columbus. I remembered why I go to all these shows year after year, why I trade for so many cd’s, why I come by Hittin’ so often. The search doesn’t always turn up the goal, but last night….. WOW!
I was telling my wife when she picked me up that it was a religious experience, or a spiritual experience, whatever. Time melted away, the people around me disappeared, there was only music.
I got to talk to Joe Bell, good to meet you Joe, before the show at the Hittin’ the Note booth. Of course you know what we were talking about. I finally told Joe that I just didn’t think Derek and Warren take the space, or maybe aren’t given the space, it really “go somewhere” anymore. The 21st century ABB is a powerful, musically fluent, very accomplished blues band, that’s really jams maybe twice a show.
At least for last night, I was sooooo dead wrong. This one was a diamond, just so special from the Mountain Jam opener to One Way Out. I really think Warren makes all the difference. Derek is almost always ready to make the journey, but when Warren can string things together it becomes epic. When he starts fanning too much, or hits a bunch of big chords in the middle of a solo, or starts with the 8 and 16 bar trade-offs, instead of really creating something, it can crash and burn. Last night, he played inspired guitar. He took the entire solo in Dreams, like Duane did early on in the original band. Just a constant building from unhurried lyrical phrases with that big fat tone, to the stratospheric slide finish. Then BOOM into the Liz Reed intro, with Derek squeezing out swooping notes. Did I already say WOW once? OK, I’ve gushed long enough. One more show to go this summer, Cincinnati next Wednesday. Still haven’t gotten a Whipping Post yet this summer. Maybe that one and Rocking Horse next week? Maybe throw in one of the Derek and the Dominos covers? Just begging, hah. See ya in Cincy.