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Allmans in 1992,
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This review is from: Play All Night: Live At The Beacon Theatre 1992 (Audio CD)
A superb performance from two shows(March 10 and 11)at the Beacon Theatre.This band had been together for over 3 years and were really tight.Dickey Betts had a guitar partner in Warren Haynes who could match his chops,Gregg Allman was singing and playing better than ever and the powerhouse rhythm section of Butch Trucks,Jaimoe and Allen Woody gave the band an added depth not found since 1971.By now they had ditched second keyboard player Johnny Neel and added percussionist Mark Quinoles and this septet played a mixture of old songs plus material from their two new studio releases.
With guitars set to growl the band blazed through song ranging from Statesboro Blues through Nobody Knows and coupled with a short acoustic set in the middle finished with a rousing Whipping Post.
I believe Warren Haynes is responsible for this release and I hope he will put out some more of these vintage shows in the future.
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Initial post: 28 Mar 2014 16:14:39 GMT
M. MCKENDRICK says:
Nice revue dude... but I think you mean 'septet'. Lolz.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Apr 2014 11:17:47 BDT
laurence turner says:
Thanks for the spot.I think a quick edit is needed.
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