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Since its opening chord, rock and roll has been about playing live, and no group did it better, and with more passion and improvisational skill than the original Allman Brothers Band. Nothing is truer than when the band achieved its artistic and commercial breakthrough in 1971 with the release of At Fillmore East, featuring extended renderings of their songs "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Whipping Post". It is often considered one of the best live albums ever made.
The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings is the five Fillmore east concerts compiled together in Blu-Ray, CD and LP formats, 37 tracks, 15 of which are previously unreleased. This is a never before released look into those epic live shows and it showcases the Allman Brothers Southern rock at its most elastic, bluesy, and jazzy. It also includes extensive liner notes within the accompanying booklet, which allows us a look into what made those concerts so special, both for the audience and the band.
DISC 1 1. Statesboro Blues 2. Trouble No More 3. Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 4. Done Somebody Wrong 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 6. You Don't Love Me 7. Statesboro Blues 8. Trouble No More 9. Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 10. Done Somebody Wrong 11. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 12. You Don't Love Me 13. Whipping Post 14. Hot 'Lanta DISC 2 1. Statesboro Blues 2. Trouble No More 3. Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 4. Done Somebody Wrong 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 6. You Don't Love Me 7. Whipping Post 8. Statesboro Blues 9. One Way Out 10. Stormy Monday 11. Hot 'Lanta 12. Whipping Post 13. Mountain Jam 14. Drunken Hearted Boy DISC 3 1. Bill Graham Introduction / Statesboro Blues 2. Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 3. Done Somebody Wrong 4. One Way Out 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 6. Midnight Rider 7. Hot 'Lanta 8. Whipping Post 9. You Don't Love Me