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ABB @ the Beacon, 4/6/07: Back With a Vengence
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Trouble No More
Don't Keep Me Wondering
Hot 'Lanta
Come & Go Blues
Leave My Blues at Home
Egypt
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (w/Jukes Horns)
And It Stoned Me (w/Jukes Horns)
The Same Thing (w/Jukes Horns)

Key To The Highway (Peter Frampton, gtr)
Born Under A Bad Sign (Peter Frampton, gtr)
Midnight Rider
The Weight (w/Jukes Horns)
Loving You Too Long (w/Jukes Horns)
Liz Reed w/ Carmine Appice, drums)> bass > drums > Liz Reed

Southbound (Jukes, Frampton)

Tonight was what you call “in the pocket.”

Out of the gate the band puts its metaphorical head down and gets to business, beginning the set with a five-song blast of foundation Allman Brothers music which touches pretty much all the fundamental bases. “Trouble No More” plants a stake in the ground; Oteil is happy, Warren’s head shakes to the groove. Derek’s silvery slide is a nice counterpart to Gregg’s vocals. “Don’t Keep Me Wondering” features Derek’s usual old school slide workout; Oteil clicks with the drummers, his head bobbing to a Butch beat. Tight, to the point, all Allmans.

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Posted by: --josh-- @ 11:43 AM  


1 Comments:
At 4/22/2007 12:50 PM, Anonymous pia said...   

some year Josh, some year before we hit the nursing home for rockaholics I will make it..


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