The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Fillmore West
San Francisco

California
UNITED STATES
January 29, 1971
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

30 – partial
40 – Fillmore West according to concert poster
50 – Hot Tuna headlined
60 – Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band opened

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Comments

01/29/2009 Holt [Fillmore San Francisco, CA]

This should be officially released! Please!!

10/02/2007 BNAKED [Re: Allman Brothers Band: San Francisco, CA]

wolfgangs concert vault has this dates show available to listen to. It sounds great.

Statesboro Blues
Trouble no More
Don’t Keep me Wondering
Liz Reed
Dreams
You Don’t Love me
Whipping Post

Wolfgangs has Bill Graham concerts to listen to for free, some are available for download

02/27/2004 PaulMcFadyen [Re: Allman Brothers Band: San Francisco, CA]

I have on CD a partial recording of a KSAN special, featuring a snippet of a interview with Bill Graham (broadcast date n/k).

Either side of this interview are two ABB songs: first is Liz Reed (which is unidentified, but is a SBD recording) and, after the BG interview and clearly identified by the DJ as from Fillmore West January 29th 1971, You Don’t Love Me.

YDLM is just short of 16 mins long and segues directly into Whipping Post (which fades out after 5 secs or so).

Given the clear difference in the above given setlist, I would suggest the original partial tape of Phillybob’s is probably authentic – now where is the rest of this recording…!!!

11/26/2003 rt [Re: Allman Brothers Band: San Francisco, CA]

In October 1972, KSAN broadcast two songs (soundboard) on the radio from this date: One Way Out (14+ minutes) DIRECTLY into Whipping Post. No edit can be detected. For that reason I would take the above setlist with a grain of salt. The beginning of One Way is cut and the end of Whipping Post is cut (one presumes that they only had permission to play 1/2 hr). To hear Dickie and Duane messing around during One Way Out is truly a thing of beauty!