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Play All Night: Live at the Beacon Theater 1992

Allman Brothers BandAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)

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listen  1. Statesboro Blues (Live) 7:00$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. You Don't Love Me (Live) 6:38$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  3. End of the Line (Live) 5:44$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  4. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Live)20:57Album Only
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  • Audio CD (February 18, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Legacy
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,689 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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They say you never forget your first time.

For nearly 25 years, traveling to New York s Beacon Theatre to see The Allman Brothers Band play a stretch of high-spirited live shows has become a rite of passage for fans old and new. What began as a daring ten-night run at the acclaimed venue is now a symbiotic relationship between a band, a venue and a devoted fan base, the likes of which are virtually unprecedented in rock and roll history.

Play All Night: Live At The Beacon Theatre 1992, is a new two-disc set showcasing The Allman Brothers Band s very first time playing such an extended run at the Beacon.

In more than four decades together, The Allman Brothers Band have faced personal setbacks and enjoyed monumental reinventions in the studio and on the road. The announcement of a 20th anniversary tour in 1989, after a seven year hiatus from recording or performing, made even the most faithful fans wonder how the band could rise again.

But the group was doing much more than merely reuniting. Founding members Gregg Allman (vocals/keyboards), Dickey Betts (guitar), Butch Trucks and Jaimoe (drums) were joined by a trio of talented up-and-comers: Allen Woody on bass, Marc Quinones on percussion, and Warren Haynes on guitar. The hiring of Haynes, a then little-known guitarist who'd toured with Betts, was a considerable stroke of genius; his guitar approach heavily evoked the spirit of Duane Allman's playing, drawing a clear line from the band's past to its future.

That reunion tour saw The Brothers first take the Beacon's stage for an extended run - a residency that s now a tradition for both band and venue. The band would tape two of their 10 shows at the theater in March 1992. Amazingly, material from these electrifying shows has seen virtually no release - until now.

In the spirit of The Allmans iconic 1971 live album At Fillmore East, Play All Night showcases Allman, Betts, Trucks, Jaimoe, Haynes, Woody and Quinones taking the Beacon's stage by storm. Through their most-requested songs, deep cuts and new favorites, the Allmans expertly showcase that unmistakable raw energy - at once practiced and spontaneous - that still make them one of the most beloved live acts. Play All Night will feature new liner notes by John Lynskey, editor of official ABB magazine Hittin' The Note, and onstage photos by longtime band photographer Kirk West, to further immerse audiences into the story behind these captivating sets.

Whether you've never experienced the magic of The Allman Brothers Band at the Beacon Theatre or you're eagerly planning for next year's shows, Play All Night is a first time you ll want to re-live over and over again.

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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful
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As an absolute lover of Electric Blues… and within that rarefied category… an avid fan of the Allman Brothers… the only hesitation I had before I ordered this CD… was the fear of getting a product that did not stand up to today’s sound quality. I’m not talking about the talent of the Allman Brothers… that is unquestioned… I’m referring to some of these old remake-reissues… that sound like they were recorded with a rusty nail… through a wool army blanket! I’m very happy to report that the sound quality is excellent. This is a can’t miss… must buy for all Allman Brothers fans… for the lovers of Electric Blues… for lovers of Southern Blues Rock… and lovers of good old Rock And Roll. This double CD provides over sixty minutes of cookin’ music on one CD… and over seventy-five minutes on the second CD.

The instrumentation… and the voices… are purely at the top of their game. There is a multi-page foldout liner note piece… that is pretty interesting as these type of things go. If you read it before playing… I believe it will add to the feeling of “time-and-place”.

In summation… this is “LIVE” music… played the way it was meant to be… by one of the greatest live groups in the last 50 years… you will be sorry if you wait before ordering!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
By Misha
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Just when I think I have all the live ABB recordings I need, something like "Play All Night" shows up. You have to ask why it's taken 22 years for this to see the light of day, but be that as it may, this is an essential ABB release. Dickey Betts is here and he's in top form. Warren Haynes is a more than worthy counterpart. Gregg sounds fresh and rejuvenated. We'll never hear this lineup again ( Allen Woody is dead, Betts has burned his bridges, and Haynes is leaving next year ) so this is must-hear ABB for those who love the Betts/Haynes combination, and I do. No, it isn't "Fillmore East" but it doesn't need to be. It stands just fine on it's own and you'll find yourself wanting repeated listenings to " Play All Night ". The ABB, with the departure of Haynes and Derek Trucks, will probably retire, so get this one while you can. You won't regret it !
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Travel back in time.... February 18, 2014
Format:Audio CD a filthier, cheaper time in New York City. David Dinkins was Mayor, and his "Safe Streets" program (with its thousands of rookie cops) was beginning to take hold...subways covered with graffiti, streets overflowing with garbage. The Beacon was not yet owned by MSG, but was in artful decline, like the Upper West Side neighborhood it resides in. The Allman Brothers Band made annual trips to the Beacon that morphed into "residencies", selling out a couple of weeks of shows in a row and giving the roadies a break. Bands love the Beacon for its heritage, acoustics, great backstage vibe and for the audiences who come to the shows. This collection will take you back, with a set list from the prime Beacon Theatre days. Butch and the boys sound in very good form. I'm not going to over-analyze's music for lovers...of long Allman Brothers jams, slick guitar work and tight percussion. This two-disc set is the perfect edition for the rookie or veteran fan, especially in light of the announcement that the 2014 residency at the Beacon marks the last rodeo for the ABB.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE IT!!! February 22, 2014
By Marley
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For the hundreds of Allman Brothers fans who claim to have shouted out those infamous words "play all night" and to the thousands who will tell you they were there when that seminal live album was recorded, I too have been waiting decades for a live Allman Brothers album to rival Live At Fillmore East. Well I'm thrilled to say it's finally here. Now that's not to say that "Wipe The Windows".., "Peakin' At The Beacon", "An evening With"... were mediocre offerings. They all have their moments, but none really give you that, wow, wish I were there, did they ever smoke the roof off that place, best they've sounded in years, kinda' feeling. And what really makes these recordings so special is hearing sweet ole' Dickey Betts nailing Blue Sky, Revival, Elizabeth Reed and Jessica. Sure Derek Trucks is an incredible talent. As a guitarist, I'd go so far as to say that technically he's better than Dickey. But how in the world can you replace an original founding member of this great band. Listen to all that he brings to the party. His swagger, his take no prisoners attitude, his southern pride all come across in his playing and his singing and most of all in his songwriting. Derek Trucks recently announced that he's leaving The Allman Brothers to pursue his own thing full time with wife Susan Tedeschi. Now don't you think it's about time that Gregg and Dickey buried the hatchet and made amends? They owe it to their fans who've been waiting all these years to bring back the intensity and the fire that is so evident on Play All Night...It truly takes me back to the day...I LOVE IT!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great audio quality February 22, 2014
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The band is hot and the sound quality is excellent. This is a great CD and I highly recommend it. It's the band at its peak.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow March 2, 2014
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Great performance, incredible jams.
As good as it gets and great sound as well, play it loud on a good hi end system, you will love it.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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I wish I were able to give this album 3 and 1/2 stars but I will err on the side of four.

This incarnation of the Allman Brothers is not only the one that sounds the most like the the original lineup, they were also good enough to develop their own unique voices thereby keeping with the original sound while also keeping it fresh and moving forward. This is not a rigid nostalgia act. Some of the best songs on this album are the new ones - they are new songs and a new sound yet would have fit right in on the Allmans first album. Track 5, Nobody Knows, is an excellent example.

Other highlights are Hoochie Coochie Man (To this day, one of the best showcases of just how talented a singer Warren Haynes is), The accoustic songs (Seven Turns, Midnight Rider, Come On In My Kitchen) Jessica (Dickey Bett's solo and the unstoppable rhythm section behind him) Nobody Knows (Everything about it) Marc Quinones's bongos (every song), Revival. The whole album is great really.

The recording is major-label-live album quality and not a bootleg. This is important, because there are many live bootleg recordings out there from this band which may make many hesitate to buy this but even the best soundboard doesn't hold a candle to this quality.

The only two deficiencies with this album is that the shows represented here were not peak form but there are still solid. It's not like the Grateful Dead where "not their best night" means "unlistenable." Here it just means "Good. A little sloppy at times, but good." And to be clear, there are plenty of moments on this disc that are Very good.

The only other thing that is a little off is Warren Haynse's guitar is a little more noticeable than any of the other instruments. Just a hair.
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