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One of the best live Rock-Blues albums of the early 70s sound.
The Allman Brothers - Live At The Filmore East 2 LP Set 1971 Vinyl RIP DR15
Sometimes I feel, like I've been tied to the whippin post. A great 23 minute version
closes out the set on Side 4

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One of the best live Rock-Blues albums of the early 70s sound.
The Allman Brothers - Live At The Filmore East 2 LP Set 1971 Vinyl RIP DR15[/ATTACH]

Impressive DR value; I've some LP version in the library, not certain which pressing. Hope it's better than the "high-resolution" (hdtracks) offering: 9,10,11,10,9,9,9

Currently reading ...
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Can't let the opportunity go, to push a top local effort, Bondi Cigars - Down In The Valley, 2 CDs of great music, and recording quality:


This album will reward the finest playback systems, the better your sound the more intense will be the experience ...
 

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I'm on a roll, :) ...

I know some people who only liked F.Mac w/Peter Green. Some of his stuff was superbly recorded, still searching for 1 particular pressing for my collection ...
 

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One of the best live Rock-Blues albums of the early 70s sound.
The Allman Brothers - Live At The Filmore East 2 LP Set 1971 Vinyl RIP DR15
Sometimes I feel, like I've been tied to the whippin post. A great 23 minute version
closes out the set on Side 4

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I do not "do" rock anymore, though there was a time when I was younger and my hair was long that I considered the Allman Bros. with Dwayne among the really great rock bands, and without peer in the Blues/Rock segment. Sadly, that all ended when Dwayne died so young. The band was never close to being as good.

Now that I am a "sophisticated" listener to mainly classical music at live concerts and in hi rez multichannel, I still have not forgotten those days.

Live at the Fillmore plus the Eat a Peach album, same venue with the awesome Mountain Jam, have been available for quite some time as multichannel SACDs. Mountain Jam is one of the greatest moments in Rock, IMHO. They are not yet OOP from Mercury and still available from Amazon, cheap. There is also a BD-A combining those albums, also in Mch from Mercury. I do not have the BD-A, but the SACDs in Mch are pretty incredible and deliver a good sense of a live concert, in close before the hall PA system messes it up. And, the SACDs do it far better than vinyl ever could. I still have the vinyls, unplayed for decades now. This is great music and a great set of recordings, no matter how you cut it.

I am not at all interested in other SACD remasterings, all stereo only, from Japan or Acoustic Sounds.
 

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You guys like the Bee Gees?
The picture is mediocre, but the music (audio) is great. ...It's also on DVD and on CD.
LP? I just don't know.
Bros Gibb abandoned their rock roots in an attempt to cash in on the disco debacle.
We blew their punk asses up at disco demolition July 12th 1979. :cool:
 

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Please excuse the graphic nature of the album cover, but gotta mention one of the all-time greats here:

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Gil Goldstein
Under Rousseau’s Moon: Live at the Blue Note

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Personnel: Gil Goldstein: piano, accordion; Don Alias: percussion; Richard Bona: bass, vocals; Randy Brecker: trumpet; Mike Mainieri: vibraphone; Chris Potter: saxophones, bass clarinet; The Zebra Coast String Trio: Joyce Hammann: violin; Lois Martin: viola; David Eggar: cello.

Year Released: 2006 | Record Label: Half Note Records
 
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