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Live At Fillmore East album for sale by Allman Brothers Band was released Aug 24, 2004 on the Mercury label. Recorded live at the Fillmore East, New York, New York on March 12-13, 1971. Live At Fillmore East songs Originally released on Capricorn. Live At Fillmore East album for sale Ultradiscs are mastered from the original master tapes using Mobile Fidelity's proprietary mastering technique, then plated with 24-karat gold and housed in a stress-resistant lift-lock jewel box. The original Fillmore East album is one of the finest live documents of the rock era, capturing the original line-up of one of the '70s' tightest outfits before they were cruelly robbed of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Live At Fillmore East CD music is a 2-disc set with 7 songs. ...See Full Description
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**Super Audio CD (SACD) Hybrid**
This CD will play in standard CD players.
A Super Audio CD player is required to take advantage of the SACD sound technology.
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||SACD 5.1 Multichannel-Superb|
Live at the Filmore is an exceptional recording as is. But to listen to it in 5.1 surround sound, adds a totally whole new dimension to it. There's no better way to listen to a true classic.
By Jimmy (Mesa, Arizona)
||BEST LIVE ALBUM BETTER|
I NOW OWN THIS CONCERT 3 DIFFERENT WAYS. (ALSO THE MOBILE FIDELITY GOLD DISC AND DTS 5.1 CD)THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST SOUNDING. ALL I CAN SAY IS "WOW".
By fhearley (WHITE BEAR LAKE,MN,USA)
||SACD=Best sound yet|
Surround SACD sound is superb. To say it blows away the DTS version is an understatement.
By Steve (Toronto, Canada)
||finest live album...ever|
If you like the blues, if you like jams, if you like guitars and if you like quality this is the CD for you! Everything is first rate.
By James (Portland, OR)
||Awesome multi-channel SA-CD version|
SA-CD version is incredible. The piano sounds like it's in my listening room. Amazing sounds from the slide guitar. You can hear the bass line cause the drummers cymbal's to shimmer from reverberation.
By Mike (New Berlin, WI, USA)
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Live At Fillmore East songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6748836|
|Release Date||Aug 24, 2004|
|Producer||Tom Dowd; Tom Dowd|
|Engineer||Aaron Baron; Larry Dahlstrom; Aaron Baron; Larry Dahlstrom|
|Recording Time||78 minutes|
|Personnel||Gregg Allman - vocals, piano, organ|
Butch Trucks - drums, timpani
Dickey Betts - guitar
Duane Allman - guitar, slide guitar
Jaimoe - drums, congas, timbales
Berry Oakley - bass
Jai Johanny Johanson - drums, congas, timbales
Also: Thom Doucette
|Additional Info||Hybrid; SACD Hybrid; Deluxe Edition|
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