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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - Beacon Theatre, NY - March 12, 2011 (2011)
On March 12 and 13, 1971, the Allman Brothers Band rolled tape at New York's Fillmore East for their third record, a double LP that became their first Top Ten seller and one of the greatest live rock albums ever released, a gold standard of electric-blues ecstasy and improvisation. Forty years later, on March 12th at the Beacon Theater – three nights into their annual New York spring residency – the group celebrated that album, At Fillmore East, by performing it in sequence and its entirety, from "Statesboro Blues" to "Whippin' Post." And that was just the first set. There was a special guest too, right at the opening notes. When guitarist Derek Trucks hit the intro lick to the supercharged arrangement of Blind Willie McTell's"Statesboro Blues," it was not on Trucks' usual red Gibson SG but a gold-topped 1957 Les Paul – one of the late Duane Allman's original guitars. The Beacon resurrection of At Fillmore East was, in one sense, dynamite illusion. The current-day Allmans – singer-organist Gregg Allman and drummers Jaimoe and Butch Trucks, who all played on the record; Derek (Butch's nephew), guitarist Warren Haynes; bassist Oteil Burbridge and percussionist Marc Quinones – inevitably played the album as it was immortalized, not as it happened in real time. The original seven-song track listing jumped back and forth between March 12th and 13th shows; the side-long expansion of Willie Cobbs' "You Don't Love Me" was a composite of versions from both nights. - rollingstone.com
DISC 1: 01. Statesboro Blues 02. Done Somebody Wrong 03. Stormy Monday 04. You Don't Love Me 05. Hot 'Lanta
06. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. 07. Whipping Post
DISC 2: 01. Mountain Jam 02. Trouble No More 03. The Sky Is Crying 04. Don't Keep Me Wanderin'
DISC 3: 01. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 02. Every Hungry Woman 03. JaMaBuBu 04. Every Hungry Woman - reprise 05. Maountain Jam - reprise 06. Crowd noise 07. No One To Run With
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