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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 05:25 AM
At this Billboard.com web site dated June 10, 2005:

http://www.billboard.com/bb/daily/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=100095 4853

Barry A. Jeckell wrote:

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Due July 12 from Sanctuary, the Allmans' "American University 12/13/70" was previously released by the band on its own label, and has been available as a Japanese import. The set finds guitarist Duane Allman, guitarist/singer Gregg Allman, guitarist/singer Dickey Betts, bassist Berry Oakley and drummers Jaimoe and Butch Trucks in the midst of a tour promoting that year's "Idlewild South" (Polydor), later dates of which would produce the beloved album "Live From the Fillmore East," issued in 1971.

The disc boasts seven songs taken from two sets performed at the D.C. institution. Among the highlights is an extended jam on "Statesboro Blues," as well as an early version of the classic "Whipping Post" that passes the 20-minute mark.



Now the part that I find interesting is where he mentions an extended jam on "Statesboro Blues". Checking the version of Statesboro Blues on the archival release it does not feature an extended jam. I wonder if this might be an unreleased version.

Anybody here ever run across this new album or have any info on this issue?

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 08:35 AM
I have American University and Stateboro Blues is 4:34 seconds.

 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 10:25 AM
Not sure. The only Statesboros with outros I'm aware of are Ludlow and Atlanta Pop

 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 10:26 AM
Maybe an error.

Another extended Statesboro Blues is the 5/2/270 Swarthmore show.

 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 10:31 AM
Japanese inport (export?) version is just as same as 4:34 with Statesboro Blues.
 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 09:05 PM
The only extended version from a commercial standpoint is from Ludlow's. Not American U.
 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 10:58 PM
I think they may have been accidentely refering to the Atlanta Pop Fest. Statesboro from 7/3/70.

[Edited on 7/30/2005 by Mt_Magnolia_Man]

 

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  posted on 7/29/2005 at 11:00 PM
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I think they may have been refering to the Atlanta Pop Fest. Statesboro from 7/3/70.

That's right. I forgot about that one.

 

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  posted on 7/30/2005 at 02:07 PM
Oh well, I was hoping. As I have opined several times in the past, there is almost certainly a large amount of material out there that has been put in a can never to be heard by human ears again. For example, The Fillmore recordings from March 12 - 13. Although all four sets were recorded that weekend, we have never heard any but the one set of songs. Simple math tells you that we only heard a mere 25% of the total material recorded that weekend. (The two exceptions being Hot 'Lanta and Trouble No More)
I have said it before and I will say it again, We should all get together and start letting the "powers that be" know how much it would mean to all of us, to hear this abandoned material. Maybe they would tumble to the idea that they could also make money by doing so.
Good to hear from you Clay. While I might take umbrage with obstreperously obdurate people I never doubted your knowledge and dedication. Don't worry though, people like us don't ever apologize. We just buy each other a beer. (Feel free to send an address and I will send you a beer. Seriously!)

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  posted on 7/30/2005 at 02:21 PM
well what about boot recordings of the other Fillmore Nights? The last night with the original Stormy Monday which was put on Fillmore Concerts with the harp solo intact, and then the Whipping Post/Mountain Jam, but I'm told Duane blew a speaker in the beginning of Mountain Jam and he had to restart it, but Butch kept going and it was edited seamlessly. And then what about the night with the horn players? Was that 3/12?
 

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  posted on 7/30/2005 at 03:35 PM
the horn players were 3/11/71 (Thusrday) i was there....
i think that is where the hot lanta on The Fillmore Concerts comes from....

 

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  posted on 7/30/2005 at 06:26 PM
i figured it was the day before, but no one mentioned that date.
I saw a little bit of video of Duane and a white horn player next to him at an outside concert, is this that "Juicy" Carter or whoever that is mentioned in the liner notes of At Fillmore East?
Did you also see 3/12 and 3/13, peachnutt?

 

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  posted on 7/31/2005 at 07:10 PM
Hey Peachnutt. What were they like with horns? Do you recall what songs they played on?? Did they sound as out of place as Tom Dowd said??

 

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  posted on 8/1/2005 at 08:26 AM
That's something I'd like to know too DK.
Peachnutt was in attendance at the 3/13 show that became the album -- at least I think I recall him stating that here in the forum.

 

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  posted on 8/1/2005 at 06:41 PM
my first Allman Brothers show was 3/11/71.....(unfortunately I did not make the 3/12 or 3/13 shows)......my buddies & I were completley blown away.....the sounded so huge......and so great.....it was probably the most memorable concert of my life....and I've seen a few goodies....the story is that horns were out tune, not miked properly, and Tom Dowd insisted they lose them for the rest of their shows....we loved 'em....and I sure would love to hear the horn shows....I'd bet lots and lots of good money those tapes exist....
the Allman Brothers Band of those days really had no equals....they were just so special....
absolutely in a class all their own....and of their own making.......

 

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  posted on 8/1/2005 at 06:48 PM
Magnolia,
I think the Stormy Monday on Fillmore Concerts with the harp solo is from March 12/13th. Ace's harp solo had been edited out for the original LAFE release.
The versions of Trouble No More(Eat A Peach) and Hot Lanta (LAFE) are different from the original LAFE release but are still from the same weekend of recordings....
The 6/27/71 show (closing night of FE) is about 65minute set....pretty short.
No Stormy Monday in that set. But a great Whipping Post and You Don't Love Me.

 

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  posted on 8/4/2005 at 02:41 PM
And from that same June 27th. final show at the Fillmore is Bill Graham's memorable "in all the years we've been doing this...to my amateur ears" introduction to the Brother's set. Thanks to Tom Seeks in Alabama for sending me that one and pointing out Bill's intro.was not to be skipped over.

 

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