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At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)

At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)

16 Oct 2003

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 2003
  • Release Date: 1 Jan 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Copyright: (C) 2003 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 2:13:46
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  • ASIN: B0054K7MI4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,154 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By laurence turner on 30 July 2014
Format: Blu-ray Audio Verified Purchase
This is a review for the blu-ray set.The package consists of 3 blu-rays and has shows from March 12th and 13th(2 sets each),and the 3rd blu-ray is from the closing night.
Although much of this has been issued before you also get 15 un-released tracks from the Fillmore run and while it is easy to see why some were not released at the time,others could easily have made the final selection.
A word about the audio.On the blu-ray there are 3 audio choices;Master surround,True surround and Uncompressed stereo.It is the latter that I am using and it is absolutely superb;clear crisp and every instrument audible.In particular Greggs subtle organ fills are much clearer than any other version I have including the excellent Deluxe editions from a few years ago.
I chose the blu-ray edition because I already have the Deluxe cds and if I ever get a surround set up I have the option of listening to the other audio offerings.
The alternative versions are suitably different from the previously released ones with different solos and additional saxophone, which Tom Dowd hated,hence their exclusion at the time.
All in all this is a fantastic package and come with a well written booklet which takes you through each nights performances.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album is the guitar lovers ultimate CD. Duanne Allman is superb, there is no other word to describe his slide work and playing. Betts has never played better and complements the slide work. The interaction between the two is amazing. From the opening Statesboro Blues to the ending Whipping Post the guitar work is awesome. Statesboro Blues starts the slide guitar show with an amazing solo that is restrained but completely natural,flowing with the rhythm and vocals, followed by Betts with a shorter but equaly inspired solo. As the album moves on Duanne's guitar work follows his brothers vocal lines with a natural ease, interdispersed with Betts who appears inspired to fantastic heights by Allman. To blues lovers and guitar fans alike this album is a must. There are fewer live albums that come near it and when during a marathon solo a fan calls out "play it all night" there is no doubt you will nod your head and agree. Buy, listen, enjoy and hit the play button again!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DJ Control on 12 Aug 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This review refers to the 2014 re-release.

There are two Allman Brothers titles that are in my top 100 of guitar rock albums.The album this review is about "At Fillmore East" and "Eat A Peach". So when I learned that ALL of the legendary Fillmore East gigs were to be released I got excited. You see the original double vinyl album was made up of the best bits from a multitude of performances recorded over two nights,expertly edited together by producer extraordinaire Tom Dowd giving the listener a seamless and mistake free show. Ever since I'd learned the history of this classic live recording I was very interested in what the bits,that were obviously in the vaults sounded like. I was under the impression that there would only be remnants and was very pleased to learn that all four gigs were still intact on tape.

Some of this leftover material was released in bits and pieces over the years and most recently collected together as a two cd "At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)" in 2003. Some other takes were also compiled on to cd for the second disc of the "Eat a Peach -Deluxe-" set released in 2006. I thought that was all we'd ever hear.

In 2014 we have this mammoth six disc set that gives you complete recordings of all four gigs from March 1971 and that other legendary Allman Brothers gig from June 1971,when this iconic venue closed for good.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By bbjazz on 10 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
Actually this album is more than the pinnacle of southern rock - it could well be the finest album I've ever heard. The Allman Brothers' guitarists Duane Allman and Dickey Betts were two of the finest players ever, and the twin drummers Jamoe and Butch Trucks, amazing bassist Berry Oakley and hugely underrated voice and keyboards of Greg Allman made this band untouchable then and now. I appreciate this is a lot of hyperbole to deal with, but just listen and you will not be disappointed. I play this music often and am still completely in love with it. I'll bet you will be too.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By gc in surrey on 4 Nov 2006
Format: Audio CD
It was the fashion in the `70's to issue a live album and the Allman Brothers Band was no exception. However, the quality of some of these was extremely questionable and a significant amount did not do any justice to the artist. This was most certainly not the case with this album.

The sensational Allman Brothers Band - Live at the Fillmore album blasted onto the streets as their third album in the summer of 1971. It was and remains a sublime live performance highlighting the individual and collective quality of these fine musicians. One of my all time favourite tracks is "In the Memory of Elizabeth Reed", 13 minutes of sheer rock genius that builds to an astounding climax, fronted by Dickey Betts's wonderful guitar.
The distinctive sound of the Allman's, whether it is Greg Allman's superb organ, the amazing procession section or the unique guitar sound of Dickie Betts and of course the late and great Duane Allman is a joy to hear throughout the album. It is impossible to single out any weak tracks, there simply are none, the sheer power of the band coming over in every track.

The Allman's were really at their peak at the time of this album - bear in mind that by the time this album was released, Duane Allman had already played beside Eric Clapton on Layla and with Laura Nyro on her Christmas & the Beads of Sweat album.

One of, if not the greatest US rock band of their time, this album is truly magnificent and a must for any collection.
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