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The Allman Brothers Band / The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings box

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A massively expanded version of The Allman Brothers Band’s 1971 live album At Fillmore East, will be released in July.

The new set is called The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings and will be available as a six-CD box, a three-blu-ray audio collection or a four-LP vinyl package and will feature 14 previously unreleased tracks from various March 1971 shows, with the venue’s closing gig of 27 June that same year being included in its entirety (along with an introduction by venue owner Bill Graham, that is also unreleased).

The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings also give fans a chance to hear the complete versions of the two takes on You Don’t Love Me that were combined by producer Tom Dowd for the original Album.

The blu-rays are thought to contain 5.1 surround mixes of the entire content, although that has not been officially confirmed at this stage (this post will be updated when we have official confirmation).

The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings is issued by Universal Music on 29 July 2014.


6 CD Edition

3 x Blu-ray Audio Edition

4LP Vinyl Edition

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Track listings

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The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings – 6CD version

CD 1

March 12, 1971 – First Show

  • 1. Statesboro Blues 4.08 (previously unreleased)
  • 2. Trouble No More 3.48 (previously unreleased)
  • 3. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.19 (previously unreleased)
  • 4. Done Somebody Wrong 4.01 (previously unreleased)
  • 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 17.05 (previously unreleased)
  • 6. You Don’t Love Me 16.55 (previously unreleased)

CD 2

March 12, 1971 – Second Show

  • 1. Statesboro Blues 4.12 (previously unreleased)
  • 2. Trouble No More 3.50
  • 3. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.28 (previously unreleased)
  • 4. Done Somebody Wrong 4:30
  • 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 19.50 (previously unreleased)
  • 6. You Don’t Love Me 19.10
  • 7. Whipping Post 20.00 (previously unreleased)
  • 8. Hot ‘Lanta 5.09

CD 3

March 13, 1971 – First Show

  • 1. Statesboro Blues 4.20
  • 2. Trouble No More 3.48
  • 3. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.47
  • 4. Done Somebody Wrong 3.55 (previously unreleased)
  • 5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 13.00
  • 6. You Don’t Love Me 19.10
  • 7. Whipping Post 17.15 (previously unreleased)

CD 4

March 13, 1971 – Second Show – Part 1

  • 1. Statesboro Blues 4.19 (previously unreleased)
  • 2. One Way Out 4.30 (previously unreleased)
  • 3. Stormy Monday 10.14
  • 4. Hot ‘Lanta 5.00
  • 5. Whipping Post 22.00

CD 5

March 13, 1971 – Second Show – Part 2

  • 1. Mountain Jam 33.00
  • 2. Drunken Hearted Boy (with Elvin Bishop) 7.30

CD 6

June 27, 1971 – FILLMORE EAST Closing Show

Introduction by Bill Graham (previously unreleased)

  • 1. Statesboro Blues 5.52
  • 2. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin‘ 3.34
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3. Done Somebody Wrong 3.37
  • 4. One Way Out 5.01
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5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 12.44
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6. Midnight Rider 3.01
  • 7. Hot Lanta 5.41
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8. Whipping Post 19.17
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9. You Don’t Love Me 17.56

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The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings – 3x Blu-ray Audio version

Blu-ray 1

  • March 12, 1971, First Show
  • Statesboro Blues 4.44
  • Trouble No More 3.47
  • Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.53
  • Done Somebody Wrong 4.24
  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 17.38
  • You Don’t Love Me 14.58
  • March 12, 1971, Second Show
  • Statesboro Blues 4.29
  • Trouble No More 4.04
  • Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.39
  • Done Somebody Wrong 4.56
  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 18.38
  • You Don’t Love Me 19.13
  • Whipping Post 19.30
  • Hot ‘Lanta 5.19

Blu-ray 2

  • March 13, 1971, First Show
  • Statesboro Blues 4.18
  • Trouble No More 3.47
  • Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3 .38
  • Done Somebody Wrong 4.08
  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 13.15
  • You Don’t Love Me 19.50
  • Whipping Post 17.30
  • March 13, 1971, Second Show
  • Statesboro Blues 4.43
  • One Way Out 4.40
  • Stormy Monday 10.39
  • Hot ‘Lanta 5.31
  • Whipping Post 23.05
  • Mountain Jam 35.39
  • Drunken Hearted Boy 7.45

Blu-ray 3

FILLMORE EAST closing show, June 27, 1971

  • Bill Graham introduction / Statesboro Blues 5.31
  • Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.47
  • Done Somebody Wrong 3.36
  • One Way Out 5.24
  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 12.33
  • Midnight Rider 3.07
  • Hot ‘Lanta 5.48
  • Whipping Post 20.14
  • You Don’t Love Me 17.23

 

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The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings – 4LP Vinyl edtion

Side 1

  • Statesboro Blues 4.17 March 13, 1971, First Show
  • Trouble No More 3.51 March 13, 1971, First Show
  • Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ 3.32 March 13, 1971, First Show
  • Done Somebody Wrong 4.32 March 12, 1971, Second Show

Side 2

  • In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 13.20 March 13, 1971, First Show
  • Midnight Rider 3.00 FILLMORE EAST closing show, June 27, 1971

Side 3

  • One Way Out 5.03 FILLMORE EAST closing show, June 27, 1971
  • Stormy Monday 10.28 March 13, 1971, Second Show
  • Hot ‘Lanta 5.26 March 13, 1971, Second Show

Side 4

  • You Don’t Love Me 19.25 March 13, 1971, First Show

Side 5

  • Whipping Post 22.51 March 13, 1971, Second Show

Side 6

  • Mountain Jam (Part 1) 19.37 March 13, 1971, Second Show

Side 7

  • Mountain Jam (Part 2) 15.06 March 13, 1971, Second Show

Side 8

  • Drunken Hearted Boy 7.33 March 13, 1971, Second Show

 


6 CD Edition

3 x Blu-ray Audio Edition

4LP Vinyl Edition

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19 responses to The Allman Brothers Band / The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings box

  1. JL says:

    Not sure I could buy this unless the blu-ray, cd’s and lp’s are bundled together in their own box and are not made available separately (sarcasm indeed). As with the CSNY release, excellent job on the record company for offering options! Very excited!

  2. Ranasakawa says:

    I ordered the BluRay box, hope it does indeed include 5.1 mixes as well as the 2.0 mixes so I can rip them to CDs.
    Wonder if the BluRay will include any bonus video footage?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Pretty sure these are ‘Pure Audio’ Blu-ray audio, so no footage. They are quite strict about not putting video on the Pure Audios – see CSNY 1974 which is a Pure Audio blu-ray but ends up including a DVD just to have 8 videos!

  3. Michel says:

    everybodys get excited.. me too… but what about THREE blurays… ??? Six CD’s =6 times 800mb => about 4GB. ONE BLURAY is about 50 (!!) GB…. so why ??? only one reason i guess…. money money money….. and oh well… i suppose i go in the end also for the bluray…. but it isnt right !!!!

  4. Disco says:

    Once again, you’re shell out money for wasted space. The first disc has only 48 minutes; disc 5 has 46 minutes, disc 6 has only 40! But they couldn’t combine discs with other tracks to make for fewer discs? That’s a question for their accountants I guess.

    Someday we’ll finally get away from the annoying 80-minute limit on CDs when labels start offering this stuff online exclusively.

  5. keith says:

    3 Blu Rays nice, with 5.1 as well hope they come with stereo as well to justify the disc count.

    Disc 3 is a bit light.

  6. adrian says:

    Michel,the audio streams are in bluray are in hd (dts hd, dolby true hd, pcm) the size is very big,(192 khz, 24 bits, bigger than cd quality 44/16) just for the stereo mix. If they include5.1 even bigger size

  7. Dean says:

    I thought the same as Michel. Even a single layer single sided Blu-ray has 25 Gb of storage space! Way more than would be needed for the contents of 6 Cd’s!! Thier decision to use 3 Blu-ray’s has to be about marketing!
    Making the consumer think they’re getting more!! Also I agree with JL about having options! I really only want the Hi Def 5.1 audio on the blu-ray audio disc’s so I appreciate the ability to buy them separately!

  8. Peter Chrisp says:

    Paul thanks for the huge info, your thoughts, i am a little annoyed and quite disappointed that the bluray set seems to be aimed only at the US market, as you can imagine there would be many fans across the world
    like myself who would be chomping at the bits to buy the album in whatever format they chose, that’s what i cannot understand why they
    cannot have a region free disc, to me that is a very poor effort, Paul at this stage do you know if the bd edition will get a UK release?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Thanks Peter. Re Blu-ray, I think it will be available in the UK, but Amazon UK are just being a little slow off the mark. I’ll be sure to update the post if/when it becomes available.

  9. Disco says:

    And not that I don’t appreciate interesting reissues (because I d0), but how many times in your life can you really listen to all 33 minutes of Mountain Jam before you go on a murderous rampage?

    I got into the Allman Brothers about 15 years ago whilst living with a bunch of stoners. I think I’ve played this concert almost to death. This has got to be like the 5th or 6th reissue of this material. It’s interesting to me that they’re able to find still-unreleased music. That’s pretty cool.

    • Ramblin'Man says:

      Sign up only on Amazon Uk at present but I expect they will rip us off in a similar way to the CSNY 74 box.
      I want “Mountain Jam” played all the way through at my funeral, it’s a stunning piece of music and quite beautiful in places.

      • peter crisp says:

        Ramblin’ Man, not sure if you have ordered or about to order and hopefully it’s not too late, the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young box set is now 20% cheaper at Amazon UK, and only $38 on the US site.

  10. Ranasakawa says:

    Hi Paul

    Do you know if USA produced BluRay Audio discs will play in the UK ?

    Someone on Amazon.uk (a fellow Australian) claimed BluRay Audio discs are region encoded. I did not agree.

    Australia has the same region BluRays as in Europe.

    • Mortimerman says:

      Just an FYI. I have bought Blu-Ray discs made in the UK and I am in Canada and they play just fine.

  11. Mortimerman says:

    Go figure…The 6 Disc set (3 CD & 3 BluRay) is cheaper by $20 than the 3 Disc BluRay set

  12. Philip says:

    Does anybody know when we’ll be able to order this from our dear friends at amazon.co.uk??

  13. anthony Vigil says:

    Jamming it right now!!! This collection very good!!! Duane Allman is blistering to say the least!!!!!

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