The Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Band
Fillmore East
New York

New York
UNITED STATES
June 27, 1971
19:00:00*

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows

Setlist

40 – One Way Out
70 – Hot 'Lanta
90 – Encore:
110 – Albert King, J. Geils Band, ABB
120 – Joe's Lights

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Comments

06/27/2005 RANDYGALVAN [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

The solo by Duane in the middle of You Don’t Love Me is just something else. Everytime you think he can’t do more he does & it is even more intense.

09/22/2002 massinversion [Re: Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

My copy has Duane’s Whipping Post solo edited out, as well the last bit of the big crescendo. Also, the first part of Don’t Love Me is missing. But the fuller versions do appear on what is wrongfully purported to be the early show of the previous evening, which is actually this show, with much weaker sound quality.

01/01/2002 cryptical17 [Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

Many people debate the event or moment that ushered out the Sixties and the peace/love movement. As far as the music was concerned, it happened on the East coast on June 27, 1971 when Bill Graham closed the doors of the Fillmore East. New Y

01/01/2002 ChrisR [Allman Brothers Band: New York, NY]

There was more to this concert than seems to be depicted here. This was the closing night of the Filmore East. As it’s final swansong it was broadcast live by the two then Progressive radio stations in NYC, WPLJ and WNEW, who worked togethe