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The Allman Brothers Band’s Eat A Peach, originally released as a 2-LP set in February 1972, was the band’s biggest seller to date as well as their first Top 10 album, peaking at Number Four and spending an amazing 48 weeks on the charts.
Released soon after the tragic death of Duane Allman, the album featured both live and studio material, including such classics as “Melissa,” “Stand Back,” “Blue Sky,” “One Way Out” and “Mountain Jam.” Eat A Peach was an impressively cohesive musical statement, a graceful summation of the Allman Brothers Band’s original lineup and a persuasive testament to Duane Allman’s immense talent.
Eat A Peach 2CD Deluxe Edition features the remastered version of the classic album on Disc One, while Disc Two showcases the complete, legendary performance of the Allman Brothers Band at the final June 27, 1971 Fillmore East concert, including nearly 70 minutes’ worth of highly charged, never-before-heard performances.
DISC ONE: EAT A PEACH Remastered
1. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More (3:40)***
2. Les Brers In A Minor (9:03)***
3. Melissa (3:54)***
4. Mountain Jam (33:38)*
5. One Way Out (4:58)**
6. Trouble No More (3:43)*
7. Stand Back (3:24)***
8. Blue Sky (5:09)***
9. Little Martha (2:07)***
* Recorded Live At Fillmore East, New York, March 12 & 13, 1971
** Recorded Live At Fillmore East, New York, June 27, 1971
*** Recorded At Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, September Through December 1971
DISC TWO: THE FINAL FILLMORE EAST CONCERT JUNE 27, 1971
1. Statesboro Blues (4:28)
2. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (3:46)
3. Done Somebody Wrong (3:38)
4. One Way Out (5:08)
5. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (12:51)
6. Midnight Rider (3:11)
7. Hot ’Lanta (5:51)
8. Whipping Post (20:06)
9. You Don’t Love Me (17:24)
All Tracks on Disc Two are Previously Unreleased, Except “One Way Out” and “Midnight Rider”