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Live At Fillmore East
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Audio CD, Audiobook, CD, 29 September 2003
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 14.2 x 12.9 x 1.7 cm; 161.87 Grams
- Manufacturer : MERCURY
- Item Model Number : 2003487
- Original Release Date : 2003
- Run time : 2 hours and 14 minutes
- SPARS Code : DDD
- Label : MERCURY
- ASIN : B0000ADY9I
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: 9,246 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East has long been regarded as one of rock's great live albums, but portions of those legendary performances have also wound up on albums like Eat a Peach and the Duane Allman Anthology . Now, for the first time, all recordings (in their original mixes) lifted from the Fillmore East dates have been assembled together into a 2-CD slipcase boasting over two hours of some of the finest musicianship in all of rock. Pure bliss!
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what it says - no filler here - though some of the latter material has been released on an earlier album. Enjoy. If, like me, you came new to this album, you're in for a treat.
I bought the first two studio albums and loved them, so I invested in this live album, the deluxe edition, and The Allman Brothers Band suddenly went into another league.
I am a huge fan of music from this period, Led Zep, Cream, Hendrix, Stones, Doors etc but I can confidently say In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed is the greatest piece of music I've ever heard. It takes about 3 minutes to kick in and then sit back and enjoy. This is a ridiculously good band.
At this point, blown away, you go into the amazing You Don't Love Me, then the funky fcker Hot 'Lanta, then the incredible Whippin' Post (i thought the studion version was good...wow) and 30 plus mins of Mountain Jam.
Duane Allman's last album. Such a shame. Respect. Awesome.