THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND:
The Fillmore Concerts

Original release:
CD: Polydor 517 294-2 (1992)

All tracks recorded live at the Fillmore East, New York, NY, March 12 & 13, 1971 except tracks 5, recorded live at the Fillmore East, New York, NY, June 27, 1971.

  1. Statesboro Blues (March 13, 1971, first show, incorrectly listed as March 12, 1971, second show)
  2. Trouble No More (March 12, 1971, second show)
  3. Don't Keep Me Wonderin' (March 13, 1971, first show)
  4. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (March 13, 1971, first show, incorrectly listed as an edit of the March 13, 1971 first show and the March 13, 1971 second show)
  5. One Way Out (June 27, 1971)
  6. Done Somebody Wrong (March 12, 1971, second show, incorrectly listed as March 13, 1971, second show)
  7. Stormy Monday (March 13, 1971, second show, including
Thom Doucette's harmonica solo)
  8. You Don't Love Me (
the first 6:50 minutes is from the March 13, 1971 first show and the last 12:15 minutes is from the March 12, 1971 second show)
  9. Hot 'Lanta (March 12, 1971, second show)
10. Whipping Post (March 13, 1971, second show)
11. Mountain Jam (March 13, 1971, second show)
12. Drunken Hearted Boy (March 13, 1971, second show)

Duane Allman plays on all tracks.


This is the extended version of the 'At Fillmore East' album.

'You Don't Love Me' was not really played this way. This version is pieced together from two different performances.
The first 6:51 minutes is from the March 13, 1971 first show and last 12:18 minutes is from the March 12, 1971 second show.

Track 2 (March 12, 1971, second show) and track 9 (March 12, 1971, second show) are previously unreleased.
The other tracks are previously released on: At Fillmore East (1971), Eat A Peach (1972), Duane Allman - An Anthology (1972), Duane Allman - An Anthology Volume II (1974) and the Dreams box set (1989).

The version of 'Stormy Monday' on 'The Fillmore Concerts' is almost 2 minutes longer than the version on 'At Fillmore East', where Thom Doucette's harmonica solo is edited out.