The Allman Brothers Band: 2012-04-21 Live at Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak, FL, April 21, 2012

$ 14.95



1. Jessica (12:40)
2. Come And Go Blues (6:30)
3. I Walk On Gilded Splinters (8:50) @
4. The Sky Is Crying (12:43)

1. Hot 'Lanta (3:45)
2. All Along The Watchtower (8:00)
3. Hot 'Lanta - reprise (3:11) #
4. Rockin' Horse (15:38)
5. She Caught The Katy (5:28) $
6. Statesboro Blues (5:37) $
7. Stage banter 1 (0:25)
8. Into The Mystic (9:50) # %
9. You Don't Love Me (9:08) ^ &

1. Mountain Jam (12:46) *
2. Smokestack Lightning (5:40) *
3. Mountain Jam - reprise (6:49) *
4. Crowd noise (4:59)
5. Needle And The Damage Done (2:51)
6. Announcements (0:32)
7. Southbound (6:38) +

@ = w/ Luther Dickinson, guitar
# = w/ Reggie Pittman, trumpet
$ = w/ Jimmy Hall, harmonica and vocals
% = w/ Kris Jensen, sax
^ = w/ Junior Mack, guitar and vocals
& = w/ James van der Bogert, drums
* = w/ Jimmy Hall, harmonica; Danny Louis, keyboards
+ = w/ Roosevelt Collier, pedal steel; Jackie Green, guitar; Danny Louis, keyboards; Jimmy Hall, harmonica; James van der Bogert, percussion

Bruce Katz played stage left keys for the whole show except Mountain Jam
Kofi Burbridge played B3 from Rocking Horse through Mountain Jam

It was another amazing night with this all-star band and their musical friends! They started it off with a hot, hot version of Jessica and it just got hotter as the night went on. Luther Dickenson always brings an extra spark to the stage when he sits in with the Brothers and tonight he lit it up with one of the best versions of Gilded Splinters we have heard in a long time. Warren acknowleged the afternoon rain storm with The Sky Is Crying and then the band went into a wicked version of Hot'Lanta with Reggie Pittmen on trumpet followed by the moody/dreamy/jazzy version of Watchtower which closed out with the final flourish of Hot'Lanta. Jimmy Hall followed up his Beacon guest performances by bringing some of his Mobile Mojo to the Wanee stage and the crowd was treated to an outstanding version of You Don't Love Me with Junior Mack on guitar and vocals. The encore had Greg singing his heart out on the stripped down, emotional Neil Young song, The Needle and the Damage Done. The grand finale was Southbound with multiple guest rockin' this one out of the park! Special thanks to Kofi Burbridge and Bruce Katz for bringing their tremendous talents to the stage!

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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