The Allman Brothers Band ‎– The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East

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Capricorn Records ‎– SD 2-802, Classic Records ‎– SD 2-802
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 200 Gram
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A1 Statesboro Blues
Written-By – Will McTell*
4:08
A2 Done Somebody Wrong
Written-By – Clarence Lewis, David C. Thomas*, Elmore James, Morgan Robinson
4:05
A3 Stormy Monday
Written-By – T.Bone Walker*
8:31
B You Don't Love Me
Written-By – Willie Cobbs
19:06
C1 Hot 'Lanta
Written-By – Oakley, B.*, Trucks, B.*, Betts, D.*, Allman, D.*, Allman, G.*, Johanson, J.J.*
5:10
C2 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
Written-By – D. Betts*
12:46
D Whipping Post
Written-By – G. Allman*
22:40

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Exact copy of 1971 Capricorn SD2-802 release with pink labels as per original.
"In this two record set Side One is backed with Side Four and Side Two is backed with Side Three" stated as per original on sleeve, but on this release, that isn't the case.

Disreputable persons seen with The Allman Brothers Band from time to time - Rudolph "Juicy" Carter, Donald "Fat" McClure, Bunky Odom, Tuffy Phillips, Carlos Sound, Bobby Caldwell, Buster Lipham, Phil Walden, Alex Taylor, Jon Podell, Cowboy, and Sid Yochem.

Personnel on back cover reading left to right:
The Red Dog, Kim Payne, Joe Dan Petty, Mike Callahan, Willie Perkins & Twiggs on the wall.

Remote Recording By: Location Recorders, New York, New York

Recorded Live at the Fillmore East, March 12 & 13, 1971, by special arrangement with Bill Graham.

Produced for No Exit Music, Inc. by special arrangement with Phil Walden And Associates, Inc.

Capricorn Records, distributed by ATCO Records, division of Atlantic Recording Corp., 1841 Broadway, New York, N.Y.
©1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. Printed in U.S.A.

Gatefold sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): SD 2-802-A BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): SD 2-802-B BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout Etched): SD 2-802-C BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout Etched): SD 2-802-D BG

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bigbudukks

bigbudukks

January 17, 2017

I finally played this for the first time and I don't need a first pressing. The clarity, tonal balance, punch and soundstage on this pressing are stunning. Bernie Grundman did a fine job mastering this. I've heard the first pressing is excellent but with something this good why bother looking for one?
mattjazz57

mattjazz57

December 22, 2011
actually 200 gram vinyl