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Article: Reassessing

At Fillmore East

Read "At Fillmore East" reviewed by John Coltelli


A Band of Brothers... 50th Anniversary Allman Brothers At Fillmore East Recently, while excavating at an archeological dig better known as the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in jny: Cleveland, Ohio an intrepid tourist lingered long and hard at a find containing the remnants of a long forgotten tribe once known as The ...

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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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Article: Extended Analysis

At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

Read "At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings" reviewed by Doug Collette


At least initially, the announcement of the release of additional recordings of the Allman Brothers Band at the famed (and now defunct) New York venue Fillmore East was cause for celebration. Upon closer inspection of the content and, in turn, its accurate placement in the context of the seminal Southern rock band's history, the joy dissipates ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings

Read "At Fillmore East: The 1971 Fillmore Recordings" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Nothing warms the heart cockles of a late-Baby Boomer more than a discussion of music, specifically that of his or her childhood. Baby Boomers are a boisterous and opinionated bunch regarding their music, fully justified in believing that the period between mid-1950s and mid-1970s was, in the words of VH1 Executive Director Bill Flanagan, a “Golden ...


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