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The ABB at the Beacon, 3-27-07
Friday, March 30, 2007
A good show, but not one of the hyper-magical ones...

Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Trouble No More
Woman Across The River
Old Before My Time
Come and Go Blues
Spoonful (Audley Freed gtr; Col Bruce vox; keyboard player)
Instrumental Illness

I Shall Be Released (Kinney, acoustic gtr/vox; Susan, vox; kbd player)
Any Day (Susan bckg vox; Yonrico on Jaimo kit)
Statesboro Blues
Gambler's Roll
Hoochie Coochie Man
Les Brers > bass > JaBuMaOt > Les Brers

One Way Out (Freed)

Butch plays an insistent cymbal beat as the band takes the stage and tunes; finally Derek plays a line over Butch’s beat and after a good long while it becomes the first song of the evening, “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’.” Oteil is back to the house, facing the drummers, eyes closed, grooving; he must want to feel Butch’s power in his heart. Derek solos on the outro; Warren bends low with the music, transferring sheer physical energy to Derek. A fierce Butch drive, and an extended Derek jam into a hard finish. Gregg, continuing his strong presence all run, rocks forward into the mic for his vocals on “Trouble No More,” with Derek tossing in accents around the vocal lines. Warren takes his first solo of the night, then Derek plays some beautifully abrasive slide lines against Gregg’s vocals. A nice old school one-two punch to open.

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