The Allman Brothers Band: 1971 Fillmore East Recordings

The Allman Brothers Band: 1971 Fillmore East Recordings

The Allman Brothers Band: 1971 Fillmore East Recordings

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Title: 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
Label: Mercury

Digitally remastered and expanded six CD box set of the legendary 1971 FILLMORE EAST RECORDINGS from four shows on March 12th and 13th, 1971 produced by Tom Dowd. After years on the road the band reached their pinnacle here. Bill Graham's theatre with a state of the art PA and Joshua light show always brought out the best in artists that performed on the stage. Graham called the ABB his favorite band and chose them as the closing act at the Fillmore East when he shut it down on June 27, 1971. That legendary performance is also included in this set. Contains 37 tracks including 15 that are previously unreleased. For years fans have clamored for the release of this material. The unique guitar interplay between the late Duane Allman and Dicky Betts is legendary and unique. Includes deluxe 34 page booklet with extensive liner notes by Hittin' the Note fan site editor John Lynskey.

1.1 Statesboro Blues 4.08 (Previously Unreleased)
1.2 Trouble No More 3.48 (Previously Unreleased)
1.3 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3.19 (Previously Unreleased)
1.4 Done Somebody Wrong 4.01 (Previously Unreleased)
1.5 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 17.05 (Previously Unreleased)
1.6 You Don't Love Me 16.55 (Previously Unreleased)
1.7 Statesboro Blues 4.12 (Previously Unreleased)
1.8 Trouble No More 3.50
1.9 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3.28 (Previously Unreleased)
1.10 Done Somebody Wrong 4:30
1.11 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 19.50 (Previously Unreleased)
1.12 You Don't Love Me 19.10
1.13 Whipping Post 20.00 (Previously Unreleased)
1.14 Hot 'Lanta 5.09
1.15 Statesboro Blues 4.20
1.16 Trouble No More 3.48
1.17 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3.47
1.18 Done Somebody Wrong 3.55 (Previously Unreleased)
1.19 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 13.00
1.20 You Don't Love Me 19.10
1.21 Whipping Post 17.15 (Previously Unreleased)
1.22 Statesboro Blues 4.19 (Previously Unreleased)
1.23 One Way Out 4.30 (Previously Unreleased)
1.24 Stormy Monday 10.14
1.25 Hot 'Lanta 5.00
1.26 Whipping Post 22.00
1.27 Mountain Jam 33.00
1.28 Drunken Hearted Boy (With Elvin Bishop) 7.30
1.29 Introduction By Bill Graham (Previously Unreleased)
1.30 Statesboro Blues 5.52
1.31 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3.34
1.32 Done Somebody Wrong 3.37
1.33 One Way Out 5.01
1.34 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 12.44
1.35 Midnight Rider 3.01
1.36 Hot Lanta 5.41
1.37 Whipping Post 19.17
1.38 You Don't Love Me 17.56
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