The Allman Brothers Band: 2010-04-24 Live at Von Braun Center, Huntsville AL, Hunstville, AL, April 24, 2010

$ 14.95



1. Done Somebody Wrong (6:37)
2. You Don't Love Me (6:54)
3. Ain't Wastin' Time No More (8:13)
4. The Sky is Crying (9:11)
5. Stand Back (6:10)
6. Statesboro Blues (5:38)
7. Good Morning Little School Girl (11:28)

1. Jessica (15:13)
2. Melissa (6:07)
3. Mountain Jam (12:25)
4. The Same Thing (11:32)

1. No One To Run With (10:19)
2. Come On In My Kitchen (6:01)
3. Leave My Blues At Home (2:30)
4. Drums (2:41)
5. Leave My Blues At Home - reprise (3:51)
6. Mountain Jam - reprise 1 (1:29)
7. Smokestack Lightning (8:19)
8. Mountain Jam - reprise 2 (2:50)
9. Crowd Noise (3:36)
10. One Way Out (5:55)


Anybody looking at this weekend on paper might assume the Macon and New Orleans shows would be the ones to get, with Alabama being lost in the shuffle. This would be a mistake, as this show on a stormy night in Huntsville was a classic "sleeper" show, an overlooked gem with lots of special music.

After kicking off the first set on a bluesy note with "Done Somebody Wrong" and "You Don't Love Me," they kept the blues vibe going, with 5 of the first 7 songs being old blues classics. Gregg's voice sounds great, full of bite and grit, and "Stand Back" kicks extra hard. Then, just when you think you've got this show figured out, they close the set with a monumental "Jessica" that blew the doors off the Von Braun Center! Derek may have been sitting down due to his broken ankle, but his playing was soaring through the cosmos on this one.

The second set opened with "Melissa," then went into an extended "Mountain Jam" sandwich jam that took up the rest of the set! The slow version of "The Same Thing" sounds great here, and "No One To Run With" has really grown into a jam powerhouse with the new ending jam. "Come On In My Kitchen" was a rare treat, with Gregg once again sounding great, and "Leave My Blues At Home" was a powerhouse. The band goes back into "Mountain Jam," then takes a left turn back into the blues with "Smokestack Lightning." Warren sounds fantastic on this one, wailing the blues with feeling, before the ABB goes back into "Mountain Jam" again for an explosive climax.

Even the weather couldn't stop the band on this night! There may have been tornadoes outside, but the real force of nature on this night was the Allman Brothers Band.


The Allman Brothers Band:

Gregg Allman - keys, vocals

Butch Trucks - drums

Jaimoe - drums

Oteil Burbridge - bass

Marc Quinones - percussion

Derek Trucks - guitar

Warren Haynes - guitar, vocals



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