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At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

Label: Mercury Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1 - March 12, 1971 – First Show: Statesboro Blues (previously unreleased); Trouble No More (previously unreleased); Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (previously unreleased); Done Somebody Wrong (previously unreleased); In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (previously unreleased); You Don’t Love Me (previously unreleased).

CD2 - March 12, 1971 – Second Show: Statesboro Blues (previously unreleased); Trouble No More; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (previously unreleased); Done Somebody Wrong; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (previously unreleased); You Don’t Love Me; Whipping Post; (previously unreleased); Hot ‘Lanta.

CD3 - March 13, 1971 – First Show: Statesboro Blues; Trouble No More; Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’; Done Somebody Wrong (previously unreleased); In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; You Don’t Love Me; Whipping Post (previously unreleased).

CD4 - March 13, 1971 – Second Show – Part 1: Statesboro Blues (previously unreleased); One Way Out (previously unreleased); Stormy Monday; Hot ‘Lanta; Whipping Post.

CD5 - March 13, 1971 – Second Show – Part 2: Mountain Jam; Drunken Hearted Boy (with Elvin Bishop).

CD6 - June 27, 1971 – FILLMORE EAST Closing Show: Introduction by Bill Graham (previously unreleased); Statesboro Blues; Don't Keep Me Wonderin'; Done Somebody Wrong; One Way Out; In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed; Midnight Rider; Hot Lanta; Whipping Post; You Don't Love Me.

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At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

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