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The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings Announced
Posted by: Rowland on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 - 09:45 PM
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND’S BREAKTHROUGH 1971 LIVE ALBUM
AT FILLMORE EAST EXPANDED TO SIX-CD BOX SET
THE 1971 FILLMORE EAST RECORDINGS

Universal Music Enterprises and Mercury Records to Release The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Band’s Historic 1971 Performances At Bill Graham’s Iconic New York City Venue

Package Contains All Four Performances From the Legendary Weekend of March 12-13, Which Yielded At Fillmore East, as Well as the Allmans’ Headlining Set From the Fillmore East’s Closing Weekend, Available July 29

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LOS ANGELES – One of the best live albums of all time is about to get considerably better. The Allman Brothers Band’s cornerstone LP, At Fillmore East, compiled from the four sets recorded on the weekend of March 12-13, 1971, has been expanded, stretching over six CDs with fifteen unreleased tracks. Additionally, The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings contains the complete June 27 performance during the iconic venue’s final weekend, after the band was handpicked by impresario Bill Graham to headline closing night. Produced by Bill Levenson, who compiled the definitive Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective (Rounder, 2013), The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings captures the most inspired improvisational rock unit ever at the peak of their prodigious powers, blazing their way through extended instrumental elaborations, so taut and virtuosic, that the crowds that packed the Fillmore East on those memorable nights were utterly transfixed. When it came to live performance, no other band could touch the Allmans.

In his scrupulously detailed notes for the set, Allmanologist John Lynskey writes: “From its inception in March 1969, the Allman Brothers Band rapidly established a near-mythical reputation through its incendiary, marathon concerts. No other group could touch the Allman Brothers when it came to extended, improvised jamming; they truly were in a league and dimension of their own. Duane Allman was joined by his brother Gregg on keyboards and vocals, the dual drumming combo of Jaimoe and Butch Trucks, bassist extraordinaire Berry Oakley, and Dickey Betts, Duane’s foil on guitar. Together, these individually talented artists blended into a unit whose sum exceeded the total of its impressive singular parts. The group toured relentlessly—they spent 300 days on the road in 1970 ? honing their sound and building a loyal fan base, one show at a time. An Allman Brothers’ concert could not be explained, it could only be experienced, and by word of mouth, the group became known as ‘the people’s band’ for their no-frills approach to live music.”

As Lynskey notes, the Allman Brothers Band’s magic has always existed primarily on the concert stage, but on the weekend of March 12-13, 1971, when they rolled into Manhattan to play four shows at the iconic East Village venue, they raised the bar higher than ever. “That weekend in March of ‘71 when we recorded At Fillmore East, most of the time it clicked,” drummer Butch Trucks recalls. “We were finally starting to catch up with what we were listening to. We had lived together…we got in trouble together; we all just moved as a unit. And then, when we got onstage to play, that’s what it was all about—and it just happened to all come together that weekend.”

The four shows were recorded by veteran Atlantic Records engineer/producer Tom Dowd, who’d not only produced the Allmans’ second album, Idlewild South, but also the sessions for Derek & the Dominos project, putting Duane Allman together with Eric Clapton for some mind-blowing extended guitar duels. That album, Layla, dramatically backed up those who’d been calling the upstart Allman Brothers Band the most exciting live act on the planet, and its little-known 24-year-old leader a fiery six-string virtuoso to rival Clapton, Beck and Page. Dowd and Atlantic, consequently, wanted to put out a live album to capture a skilled and adventurous band in full flight, the two guitars circling each other like a pair of falcons, stretching their material into thrilling and electrifying shapes. No matter that the Allmans had yet to tackle most of their live material in the studio—this band wasn’t about the studio.

“If we could just get people to come out and see us,” Duane Allman told interviewer Bud Scoppa on the afternoon of Friday, March 12, before their first pair of headlining sets, “I know they’d like what they heard.”

How right he was.

The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings

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
3. Done Somebody Wrong 3.37
4. One Way Out 5.01
5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 12.44
6. Midnight Rider 3.01
7. Hot Lanta 5.41
8. Whipping Post 19.17
9. You Don't Love Me 17.56

In other Allman Brothers Band news, the band recently announced a residency at the famed Beacon Theater on Oct. 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, and 28 on top of their already announced tour dates.

Additionally, a contest to design a commemorative poster for The Allman Brothers Band and The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings will start on Wednesday, June 11. One winner will receive $600 and a copy of The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings. A second place runner-up will receive $250 and third place runner-up will receive $150. Each runner-up will also receive a copy of The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings. For more information on the contest, check out www.creativeallies.com

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For more info, please contact:
Keren Poznansky
UMe
310-228-0056
keren.poznansky@umusic.com

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June 12, 2014 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1970s, The Allman Brothers Band

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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

• UK Pre-order: The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
• USA Pre-order: The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
• GERMANY Pre-order: Complete Fillmore Conc (S Dlx 6cd)
• FRANCE Pre-order: Complete Fillmore Conc (S Dlx 6cd)
3 x Blu-ray Audio Edition

• USA Pre-order: The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
4LP Vinyl Edition

• USA Pre-order: The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings
• GERMANY Pre-order: 1971 Fillmore East Concert [Vinyl LP]
• FRANCE Pre-order: 1971 Fillmore East Concert
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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
?3. Done Somebody Wrong 3.37
4. One Way Out 5.01
?5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 12.44
?6. Midnight Rider 3.01
7. Hot Lanta 5.41
?8. Whipping Post 19.17
?9. You Don’t Love Me 17.56
blu-ray

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


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