The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Tower Theatre
Philadelphia

Pennsylvania
UNITED STATES
November 11, 2010
18:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

10 – Done Somebody Wrong
20 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
30 – Hot 'Lanta
40 – No One To Run With
50 – Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
60 – All My Friends
70 – Dreams
80 – Every Hungry Woman
90 – Set II
100 – I Can't Be Satisfied
110 – Comin' Home
120 – Midnight Rider
130 – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
140 – One Way Out
150 – Into The Mystic
160 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
165 – with Bill Evans, sax
170 – Southbound
180 – with Bill Evans, sax
190 – Encore

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Submitted by: Albix714 on: 11/13/2010
Submitted by: Rowland Archer on: 09/05/2010

Comments

11/11/2014 dyahrmarkt

Bill Evans also plays sax here on Liz Reed; this one and Dreams certainly are highlights of the night. The former in particular is played delightfully, stonily slowwwwwww….

02/16/2011 yaarpenpowderman

I’m 26 years old and got into the Allmans a little later in my life, saw them for the first some in October of 2003 and I haven’t looked back since. Seeing them this March 14th at the Beacon will be my 10th show and I couldn’t be happier. This show at the Tower (besides being my first time at the Tower Theater) was one of the best Allman shows that I have ever seen. Into the Mystic was epic and beautiful, and ending the 2nd set with Liz Reed (my favorite song ever by anyone) was absolutely amazing. How in sync the band is with each other never ceases to amaze me. I love the Allman Brothers and can’t wait for the Beacon!

11/23/2010 jpsinzer

Well, I first saw the Allman Brothers Band from the 2nd row of the auditorium at Marrietta College in Sept/Oct of 1971, approximately 2 -3 weeks before Duane so sadly died. the opening act was the Chicago bluesman, Luther Allison, and he did, as Duane so fondly said while warming up on stage just before the Band hit its first note, “Luther Allison just put another dent in BB King’s ass” – and that quote will stay with me forever.

They were absolutely awesome that night and I distinctly remember watching Duane slide well between his pickups on his Les Paul during Trouble No MOre.

Well, there will never be another Duane Allman, but the boys played well on this opening night at the Tower. There were a few missed cues (Gregg actually started laughing at one early entrance he made), but they were “spot on” that night and, after 3-1/2 hours, my girfriend (who had never seen the ABB before) and I walked out smiling, happy, and still boogeying from the show.

It was a glorious night, the crowd was loud, receptive, well-behaved and just SO into the band, and you could see the ABB could feel it.

It was great to see them again (probably my 18th or 19th time) and Gregg was in fine voice, the percussion section just HIT IT, and Warren and Derek – what can you say?

A great night and even greater to hear they will be back at the Beacon in 2011!

God rest, Duane and Berry. And I do miss Dickey – his fluid leads, tone and texture are a great part of their legacy, but time moves on and none of us stays the same. The road may go on forever, but each of us chooses his or her own path upon which to travel.

11/16/2010 glennbf

I had not been to the Tower Theater in almost 32 years. It was extra special to mark my return to see the ABB once again. My relationship with you started with buying the Fillmore East album at the worldly age of 13. Little did I know then that I was hooked for life. Thanks for the wondrous music in a special place. Please come back to the Harrisburg area again!