An expanded version of The Allman Brothers‘ The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
Featuring 14 previously unreleased tracks recorded on March 12 and 13!
200-gram gatefold 4 LP set plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Newly mixed and mastered by Kevin Reeves from the original multi-track tapes at 4th Floor Studios, NY!
No. 49 on Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time!
The Allman Brothers Band’s 1971 live album, The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings, is hailed as one of the best live albums ever made and for good reason — all of the Southern blues-rockers’ many assets are on full display on this juggernaut recorded during the three-night stand in March 1971 — showcasing the venue that featured some of rock music’s biggest acts at the time.
This new release from Mercury Records contains a whopping 14 previously unreleased tracks recorded on March 12 and 13 — contained in four full sets from those dates, as unfortunately no tapes exist from the first night of the run.
Also included are complete versions of the two “You Don’t Love Me’s,” that producer Tom Dowd cut and spliced together for the original version of the At Fillmore East album. As well you’ll experience a recording of the Allman’s Fillmore East-closing performance from June 27, 1971, and this time it includes Bill Graham’s wonderful introduction of the band!
|2||Done Somebody Wrong|
|4||You Don’t Love Me|
|6||In Memory of Elizabeth Reed|