26 Songs, 4 Hours 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Heehee haha ,

Duane Fan

I would give this a 5 star rating except the master tapes were apparently not well taken care of over the years. There are some places where the sound quality fades a little, but most of the recording is good, and it’s mastered with a good dynamic range and frequency response. It doesn’t sound like a garage recording, it sounds like a good live album where the tape is damaged or worn in some places.
That said, with a band like the Allman Brothers, in 1971, with Duane and Barry still in the lineup, it’s a treasure. Nearly at their peak, and with the instrumental jams, no two performances of these songs are the same, and there are scarce few recordings of Duane’s legendary guitar work as it is. To have another is a treat. Listen to him stretch out on “You Don’t Love Me.” Do I wish the price were lower? Sure. Did I happily pay this price to have this recording? Absolutely. Other fans will, too, but casual listeners of this iconic and too short lived original group can settle for the greatest hits collection. P.S. - It is also recorded at the Fillmore West in SF, a legendary venue of 1970’s rock.

Aiko Jim ,

Absolutly fantastic!!! The solos are not repeats!

The song titles may be the same, but the solos are are as different as today is different from yesterday! if you love to hear different interpitations, like the Dead or Miles then go for it !!!! but if you believe that the same songs are repeats from the Fillmore East then by all means stick to spotify or whatever platform you choose and dont buy it or review it. this is for music afficianados only!!

ottotalldrink ,

$2 more the Amazon

There is no logic to charging this much for 50 year old music. For $2 less you get the actual CDs and the album cover with all the information contained within, through Amazon.

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