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The Allman Brothers Band

Title:  At the Fillmore East

Date:  1971

Label Capricorn Records CPN-2-0131

Photography & Graphic Concept:  Jim Marshall

Line Up:

Organ, Piano, Vocals – Gregg Allman

Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar – Duane Allman

Lead Guitar – Dicky Betts

Bass Guitar – Berry Oakley

Drums, Congas, Timbales – Jai Johanny Johanson

Drums, Percussion [Tympani] – Butch Trucks


Inner Gatefold Sleeve

Side 1

Statesboro Blues
Done Somebody Wrong
Stormy Monday

Side 2

You Don't Love Me

Side 3

Hot 'lanta
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed

Side 4

Whipping Post

Notes: Recorded live at the Fillmore East on March 12/13 1971. This is a powerful set form a band at its peak. With two drummers setting the pace the boys are off and running from the start. The ability of the music to pass through a wonderful dynamic range over the course of a single song is a real joy to hear. Duane's guitar is sorely missed to this day. The closer, a 22 minute version of Whipping Post is a masterful display of talent and energy. Not ones for putting on airs, the cover photos are very matter of fact. They are what they are. Back photo line up (l to r): The Red Dog, Kim Payne, Joe Dan Petty, Mike Callahan, Willie Perkins & Twiggs on the wall.

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