* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows
Last time I saw them!
Jam > The Music Never Stopped > Mama Tried > Baby Blue > Casey Jones, Peggy-O@, Black-Throated Wind@, Jus’ Like Mama Said > Estimated Prophet > Uncle John’s Band* > Stuff* > Black Muddy River > Throwing Stones
E: Touch of Grey
*-with Warren Haynes (Guitar/Vocals)
Tedray you can purchase the entire concert at Munck Music.com. I was lucky enough to have had second row seats at this wonderful concert which really smoked!!! I ended up with a Warren Haynes pick which made it that much sweeter. People were begging farmer for the Allman Brothers setlist after the show. I noticed Derek was not using his Super Fender Reverb’s but instead replaced them with two Randall’s with Soldano heads. Derek used a capo on Walk On Gilded Splinters. I noticed his guitar had many new signatures since I saw him last year at the Warner Theater in Erie, Pa including Eric Clapton’s signature. The Allman Brothers Band are one of the most addicting bands I have ever seen through my years of concerts. They always shock, and suprise you with new songs. This concert was Les Brers In A Minor, Anyday, Lost Lover Blues, Melissa, etc. These songs were not played at the other 12 Allman Brothers concerts I have seen previously so I was in for a real treat. I took hundreds of pictures of the Allman Brothers which I posted a couple the other day. Enjoy the pics!!!I hope you end up with the show tedray I would love to trade with you. Peace!!!
Setlists are here:
I’m going to piggy-back onto guitarldh19’s review here. Not really a sell-out, but definitely a very good crowd, had to be 17-18 k +. The crowd was a little late arriving for Ratdog, but by about 730 or so, it was pretty well packed in. Both setlists are in a forum item so I won’t reproduce them here. The Dog were about halfway thru an excellent show (opened with The Music Never Stops), and Steve Kimock was torching Estimated Prophet, when everybody’s favorite sit-in guest came on stage. Warren joined in for a fantastic version of Uncle John’s Band, and stayed onstage for some great spacey guitar jamming with Kimock. This noticeably raised the energy level and enthusiasm of the crowd and performers, which continued to soar.
The Bros set started with 3 killer tunes, then absolutely blasted thru the rest of the 2 hour show. Warren and Derek shredded Rockin Horse and Desdemona to bits, and YDLM swung like crazy. Susan T-T joined Oteil on vocals for Anyday, as was said above, an incredible highlight. Then she strapped on one of Warren’s Les Paul’s to play and sing Lost Love Blues, a 3 guitar lineup. After last night, any ABB show without Susan will never be quite the same. Mountain Jam was classic, with Oteil joining the drum section after his fine solo. Just a spectacular show.
Maybe it was Ratdog’s great set, or maybe Susan’s performance, or Oteil’s infectious energy and enthusiasm (especially while Susan was soloing), but this show just soared. It was far and away the best of about 16 – 18 shows I’ve seen since Dickey was axed. This version of the band is almost always tight and furious in their playing, but tonight the inspiration raised the music even higher. A great evening of music, probably the best double-header I’ve ever heard in 33 years of concert-going. If someone can get me discs of the show I’ll be happy to do a b&p offer.
The Allman Brothers were in fine form tonight at The Post-Gazette Pavillion in Burggestown, Pa. Bob Weir & Rat Dog opened the show. Susan Tedeschi appeared on three tunes tonight including Anyday, Lost Lover Blues, and One Way Out. Kenny Brooks(Rat Dog) sat in on Desdemona playing the Sax. This was a sold out show. The definite highlight of the show tonight was the great Mountain Jam and The Derek & The Dominos tune Anyday.
Les Brers In A Minor
Walk On Gilded Splinters
You Dont Love Me
Lost Lover Blues
One Way Out