The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Jackpot Junction Hotel & Casino
Morton

Minnesota
UNITED STATES
August 12, 2005
18:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Trouble No More
20 – Ain't Wastin' Time No More
30 – Midnight Rider
40 – Hot 'Lanta
45 – with Ron Holloway, sax
50 – Stormy Monday
60 – You Don't Love Me
65 – with Ron Holloway, sax
70 – Dimples
75 – Jack Pearson, vocals and guitar
80 – Stand Back
90 – Feel So Bad
95 – with Ron Holloway, sax
100 – Leave My Blues at Home
110 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
115 – with Ron Holloway, sax
120 – One Way Out
125 – with Ron Holloway, sax
130 – Encore
140 – No One To Run With
150 – Jack Pearson played in place of Warren Haynes tonight

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Comments

08/24/2005 ZildjianFC55

Here’s the setlist as best as I can remember:

Trouble No More
Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
Midnight Rider
Hot ‘Lanta
Stormy Monday
You Don’t Love Me
Jack’s Song – No Clue What Name Is
Feel So Bad??
Stand Back
Leave My Blues At Home
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
One Way Out
ENCORE:
No One To Run With

I’m not gonna lie, I was a little wasted during the concert, so I dont remember all of the songs. But they put on one hell of a show!

08/16/2005 ZildjianFC55

Did you happen to remember the setlist for the show? I know the first and last couple of songs but lost a few in the middle. Help out that’d be great!

08/15/2005 skydog3

Yes, missed Warren for sure but was impressed with Jack, probably was a little shock to step in at the last moment. I really liked the all the older songs that were played on a cool Minnesota evening. Gregs voice sounded better than I’ve heard it and Derek and Jacks dual slides were just great to watch. I would drive from Lincoln, Nebraska to see the show at the same location, greatness. AAA+++

08/13/2005 ZildjianFC55

The Allman Brothers Band has amazed me once again this year! Warren wasn’t there to play with them but Jack Pearson filled in the void extremely well. Ron Holloway also played acouple tunes and killed it! The band was full of energy to start off this next leg of the tour. I think Jack Pearson and Derek Trucks seem to work really well; they’d be chattin’ during songs and whatnot, fun to see. Anyways, I can’t really remember all the songs they played, so someone else should fill in the setlist for me. I do know that Stormy Monday, You Don’t Love Me, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, and No One To Run With were AMAZING. You guys gotta come back to Minnesota next year for sure, perhaps to the State Fair again. Thanks for a GREAT show, PEACE!