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  posted on 4/2/2020 at 08:19 PM
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I don't think anything is BETTER, but also really great, top-shelf stuff? I'd include these:

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live!



That is a good one for me, but I will say that the Rastaman Vibration deluxe release has a 1976 Roxy show that is the best live Marley release I've ever heard. My go-to Marley live music.

I think that's a less-hot show, but it's definitely good! Live is short and sweet and that one stretches out longer. Here's the thing: they didn't include the whole show! The encore was missing. It's Positive Vibration, then a Get Up Stand Up > No More Trouble > War > No More Trouble > Get Up Stand Up medley that lasts TWENTY FOUR MINUTES! It's by far the best thing about that set. It was released in full as Live at the Roxy in 2003.

[Edited on 4/2/2020 by Marley]


Thanks! I didn’t know it was a whole separate release. I’m gonna get it.

I spun Live! this evening on the vinyl. I dig it, but still like the other more

 

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  posted on 4/2/2020 at 08:44 PM
Yep, Fillmore was released July 1971, Live at Leeds the following month
It all went from the screamy teeny bopper concerts of the mid 60s w/Got Live If You Want It, &, much later, Beatles Live At Hollywood Bowl

.......to Cream>Jimi/Otis at Monterey>Yaya’s & the new crowd in just 2-3 years - those Cream ones w/the long jams.... - paved the way

What about the’’sprawling’ grandiose over-the-top cool live ones
the three-record sets
Woodstock - Atlanta Pop - Concert for Bangladesh - Europe 72 - Leon Live - Yessongs - ELP’s Welcome BMFTTSTNEnds - & later on, Paul’s sprawling Wings Over America package

At the mention of Paul - even tho it’s studio, his former bandmate George comes right to mind again w/his aMazing All Things Must Pass

All these records are worthy followers of Fillmore East>EAP

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  posted on 4/2/2020 at 10:11 PM
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I don't think anything is BETTER, but also really great, top-shelf stuff? I'd include these:

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live!



That is a good one for me, but I will say that the Rastaman Vibration deluxe release has a 1976 Roxy show that is the best live Marley release I've ever heard. My go-to Marley live music.

I think that's a less-hot show, but it's definitely good! Live is short and sweet and that one stretches out longer. Here's the thing: they didn't include the whole show! The encore was missing. It's Positive Vibration, then a Get Up Stand Up > No More Trouble > War > No More Trouble > Get Up Stand Up medley that lasts TWENTY FOUR MINUTES! It's by far the best thing about that set. It was released in full as Live at the Roxy in 2003.

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Thanks! I didn’t know it was a whole separate release. I’m gonna get it.

I spun Live! this evening on the vinyl. I dig it, but still like the other more


What about the Wailers one that got released a couple years back called “Live Forever”? It was Bob Marley’s last show before he died. It was from Pittsburgh. It has Al Anderson and Junior Marvin both on it. I forget the lineups on the ones already mentioned, and “Babylon By Bus”, but I think it’s just Junior on some of those. I had a good bootleg that I basically wore out and was thrilled to get a real version. The only issue was that the soundboard tape ran out and the last two songs are from a dud source.

 

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  posted on 4/2/2020 at 10:17 PM
Another double-live record that I think is up there with the best ever is Willie Nelson’s “Willie and Family Live”. It is more like rock than country. Two guitarists, two drummers, two bassists (oddly enough), one piano player, and one harmonica player. It is lights-out good. Even has Emmylou Harris on part of it.
 

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  posted on 4/3/2020 at 09:56 AM
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I don't think anything is BETTER, but also really great, top-shelf stuff? I'd include these:

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live!



That is a good one for me, but I will say that the Rastaman Vibration deluxe release has a 1976 Roxy show that is the best live Marley release I've ever heard. My go-to Marley live music.

I think that's a less-hot show, but it's definitely good! Live is short and sweet and that one stretches out longer. Here's the thing: they didn't include the whole show! The encore was missing. It's Positive Vibration, then a Get Up Stand Up > No More Trouble > War > No More Trouble > Get Up Stand Up medley that lasts TWENTY FOUR MINUTES! It's by far the best thing about that set. It was released in full as Live at the Roxy in 2003.

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Thanks! I didn’t know it was a whole separate release. I’m gonna get it.

I spun Live! this evening on the vinyl. I dig it, but still like the other more


What about the Wailers one that got released a couple years back called “Live Forever”? It was Bob Marley’s last show before he died. It was from Pittsburgh. It has Al Anderson and Junior Marvin both on it. I forget the lineups on the ones already mentioned, and “Babylon By Bus”, but I think it’s just Junior on some of those. I had a good bootleg that I basically wore out and was thrilled to get a real version. The only issue was that the soundboard tape ran out and the last two songs are from a dud source.

None of them are bad! I especially like the Live Forever take on Could You Be Loved, and the Redemption Song is incredible. The sound does get bad at the end, but it's a historic show that it's great that they found any source. If you want a different kind of Bob album, Talkin' Blues is a good one. Peter Tosh was still in the band and they do a very different set of songs from what you hear on those mid/late-70s live albums, and since it was a live in the studio performance the vibe is very laid back.

 

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  posted on 4/3/2020 at 08:11 PM
Here is one that could be put on the list. Extremely difficult to find because it was a bonus CD when Songlines came out.

https://www.discogs.com/The-Derek-Trucks-Band-Backyard-Tracks-Live-123005-V ariety-Playhouse-Atlanta-GA/release/4554572

I went to both shows. 12/30 & 12/31 2005.

https://archive.org/details/dtb2005-12-30.shnf

https://archive.org/details/dtb2005-12-31.shnf

The New Years Eve show was better because of course Gregg was there in a small place. It was right up there with many of the Beacon shows I have been to. Wonderful weekend.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 04:45 AM
Lee what are you talking about? That hard to find Derek Trucks show is better than The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East????? The hell you say.

I know what you are. You are a huge Derek Trucks fan!! If Derek Trucks hadn't played in the Allman Brothers, you wouldn't be an ABB fan of any degree. Lee is an ABB fan as long as the line up has Derek Trucks in it. Otherwise it's not what floats his boat.

By the way Lee...Bob Seger Live Bullet and Bruce Springsteen Live is WAY better than Derek Trucks Back Yard Tracks Live!! Way better.

Oh and so is At Fillmore East by THE Allman Brothers Band.

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 01:05 PM
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Lee what are you talking about? That hard to find Derek Trucks show is better that The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East????? The hell you say.

I know what you are. You are a huge Derek Trucks fan!! If Derek Trucks hadn't played in the Allman Brothers, you wouldn't be an ABB fan of any degree. Lee is an ABB fan as long as the line up has Derek Trucks in it. Otherwise it's not what floats his boat.

By the way Lee...Bob Seger Live Bullet and Bruce Springsteen Live is WAY better than Derek Trucks Back Yard Tracks Live!! Way better.

Oh and so is At Fillmore East by THE Allman Brothers Band.

In my book you just crossed over from boring, lonely and probably on the spectrum to just a pompous dick. Who are you to act like you're the judge of who's a real fan and who isn't? Lee has been here since 2002 and he's a true fan and a good guy. (And not especially a Derek guy from what I remember.) You showed up here long after most fans left the party and you have the nerve to act like you're everybody's boss and Allman Brothers teacher. You're not surrounded by kids who don't know the band. The posters who are still here saw dozens or hundreds of ABB shows for decades. And if that weren't bad enough, YOU'RE BORING. Thread after thread you give the same lecture about the original band, which 99.9% of fans like the best - and maybe people have been too nice to clue you in, but almost every story you tell about the band was repeated in a million interviews, articles, and books. It's stuff practically everyone here knows already. It's one thing if you're going to be dull, but if you're going to be dull and judgmental, get lost.

On the other hand acting like "I've got you pegged, YOU'RE a Derek Trucks fan" is some kind of insult at the Allman Brothers website is pretty funny.

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 01:27 PM
Jerry Lee Lewis at the Star Club is another good one.
 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 01:59 PM
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I urge everyone to check out The Black Crowes live at The Greek featuring Jimmy Page. If there’s anyone who could pull off old school Plant, it’s Chris Robinson, and be sure nailed those Zeppelin tunes. Page never lost a step either. Was fortunate to be a couple rows back for a show on this tour.


I was pleasantly surprised at how good this was. Awesome you got to check it out live. A concert is the best way to see what a band brings to the table.(IMHO)

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 03:12 PM
Marley. This began as a thread asking people to name the live albums which they like better than The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East.

Lee chimed in that Bruce Springsteen Live and Live Bullet by Bob Seger are " way better than Fillmore East".

I thought it odd that on this site so many find live albums including other bands to be much better than Fillmore East. I naturally assumed on this site Fillmore East would be the pinnacle or holy grail of live albums just as I would assume on a Corvette site it would be unexpected to encounter many who like Ford Thunderbirds or Dodge Chargers actually more exciting than a Chevorlet Corvette.. For years I've read writers, when discussing the album, state that it is arguably the best live rock album ever recorded. Perhaps that is overstated but certainly it is one of the best blues/rock live albums.

I joined this site on day one and have been a major ABB fan since my first show in January 1970.

If Lee does not care for the Fillmore East album then how in hell can he be an Allman Brothers fan? Also he informed us about how he is incredibly impressed by a rare Derek Trucks live set.

It seems clear then that Lee is a Derek Trucks fan and probably is only into the ABB when Derek Trucks is a member.

I'm not being a dick. From my position, Lee was being a dick to me in an earlier post.

Also Marley, if you find me boring, lonely and too emotional about the original band, then simply skip over my comments. Same for Lee and anyone who is of the opinion the last lineup is the Allman Brothers at it's best.

If there is an Allman Brothers place on the web where the original band is seen as how the band was created to sound and the way Duane, Gregg, Dickey, Berry, Butch and Jaimoe played together is the classic, original way the ABB plays, the sound that made them famous...then direct me to it and I'll move on.

If you guys find the last lineup the one that rocks you best and Bob Seger, The Boss, Little Feat, Derek Trucks live rocks you better and you enjoy more than Fillmore East then carry on.

I like many of the live albums mentioned in earlier posts too especially Little Feat. I bought a Gov't Mule live album about 1995 that has Kirk West introducing the band I like a lot. They are just a tiro on it and it's real good. I just happen to hold Fillmore East is the best live set of all time and assumed hard core ABB fans would too. But I must be wrong and at this site, more people would rate The Fox Box ( which I have) over Fillmore East. Maybe 1971, Duane and Berry are now just too far into.the past for many fans today and the 2001-2014 band has replaced 1969-1971 as the ABB at it best live and creatively. But I say again, it really is puzzling and some what shocking there are ABB fans today who like the last lineup and other band's live albums better than AFE!!!! Back in the 70's and 80's and even the 90's all the fans I knew and even band members such as Warren Haynes thought the band with Duane in it was the best thing since Mozart and the band's pure sound.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 03:48 PM
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If Lee does not care for the Fillmore East album then how in hell can he be an Allman Brothers fan? Also he informed us about how he is incredibly impressed by a rare Derek Trucks live set.


Jesus Brad, that horse is dead already. Lee has a different take than you for goodness sake.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 06:28 PM
BIGV. What is Lee's take? Are you saying one can be a big fan of the Allman Brothers but not like the original band?



One can be a big fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd but not like the original band with Ronnie?

This is up your alley. What if someone loved Little Feat but not the lineup that featured Lowell George. Would that be perplexing to a long time Feat fan?

I did know a girl some years back that didnt care for the original Doobie Brothers. Only the later lineup which had Michael McDonald. But I knew what she really was. A Michael fan and if it's a Doobie album without Michael then she didnt care much about it.

 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 06:34 PM
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This is up your alley. What if someone loved Little Feat but not the lineup that featured Lowell George. Would that be perplexing to a long time Feat fan?


I might be perplexed......Once

 

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  posted on 4/4/2020 at 06:52 PM
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This is up your alley. What if someone loved Little Feat but not the lineup that featured Lowell George. Would that be perplexing to a long time Feat fan?


I might be perplexed......Once



Fans of The Band might ask the same thing, would they truly be Band fans if they liked Jericho, High on the Hog etc more than MFBPink, The Band etc - are the later albums truly by The Band even w/no Robbie & Richard

It’s all tremendous music


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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 08:15 AM
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I joined this site on day one and have been a major ABB fan since my first show in January 1970
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Looks like you joined this site 6.25.17 to me. Most of us who have been around here on this site for the past 20 years have never even heard of you or remember you. Who knows, maybe you never even saw the original lineup.

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 08:44 AM
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. This began as a thread asking people to name the live albums which they like better than The Allman Brothers At Fillmore East.


I missed that precept entirely It has been in the #1 spot and then others come along, then go away.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 08:53 AM
Good reminder, that was the title of the original thread that was deleted almost as quickly as it arrived, thus the title of this thread hoping to continue on the same theme - live albums you like better than AFE - will adjust to that effect

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 10:19 AM
Wayne I was born December 5th, 1946. First ABB show was January, 1970. A friend talked me into going as he was crazy about their first album. He played it to me several times at his parties and I thought it okay but wasn't on fire about the ABB like Sandy was. I was into Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Mitch Ryder, B.B. King, Count Basie and Wilson Pickett to name some. No artist was a absolute favorite. Big Beatles and Stones guy too.

I went to the ABB show and was transformed like a religious awakening at some tent revival. And Duane Allman became my guru. All I wanted to do then was go to ABB shows and listen to their one record at the time. I enjoy all lineups except I don't listen much to 1980 to 82 lineup that is no Jaimoe but David Toler and Mike Lawler. And as you know, the original band to me is the best and was the most exciting to see live and to me, the REAL and pure Allman Brothers sound has Duane and Berry in the mix along with Dickey, Gregg, Jaimoe and Butch. I like the way those six played together best. That DOES NOT MEAN Derek, Warren, Chuck, Otiel etc are not great musicians . Only that the band sounds different enough for me to notice when it's not the original six and I like the way they sounded the best. Why does it sound a little different when it's not the original band? Because these other great musicians play differently . And certainly no one expects them to try to play exactly like Duane, Dickey, Berry etc. They have their own great styles. And the second lineup was way different than the original. Two keybords, different bass player, one guitar player who didn't enjoy playing electric slide. It was a different ABB in 1973 but they had some hot shows and Chuck and Lamar Williams came to play at the shows I saw.

In the early 2000s, after several years of occasionally interacting with Butch Trucks who posted regularly on this site, I was a little aggravated about how Butch was pushing to remove ALL Dickey Betts songs from the band and what looked to be Butch's efforts to remove Dickey from the band's history. And the constant criticism of Dickey and how he ruined the band's sound beginning with Brothers and Sisters, Ramblin' Man was not what the band was created to do etc etc, that the band should have voted out Dickey soon after Duane's death and hired different players.

I tried to defend Dickey and his contribution to the band but not in a heavy handed way and sensitive to the fact Butch worked with Dickey for years and knew Dickey well and had been on the receving end of Dickey's ways and temper. I also understood why Butch was irritated at the band's past and business deals that cut Butch out of making any money off the 2 mllion selling 1991 Decade of Hits CD while Gregg and Dickey made millions because they wrote songs and Butch feeling he should have gotten a writing credit on some of those songs and he mentioned Liz Reed and Madness From The West by name.

I'm not sure what I said (wrote) that angered Butch so greatly or if he mistook me for someone that had been nastly to him but I received an Email from Roland and Lana that Butch wanted me removed from the site. That was maybe 2002 or 3??? Somewhere around then.

After Butch died, I inquired and was granted permission to rejoin in 2017.

Stay safe. The White House says perhaps 240,000 people are going to die from this virus during the next two weeks. Good luck Wayne.

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 10:50 AM
That is a shame Butch had you booted from the site. That is kind of like a badge of honor. I used to love to read his rants! You stay safe and healthy too, tough times ahead, and now for sure.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 01:26 PM
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I went to the ABB show and was transformed like a religious awakening at some tent revival. And Duane Allman became my guru.


We know

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And as you know, the original band to me is the best and was the most exciting to see live and to me, the REAL and pure Allman Brothers sound has Duane and Berry in the mix along with Dickey, Gregg, Jaimoe and Butch.


We have been made aware numerous times

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 02:31 PM
BIV5. Just trying to explain again why I hold the original band was the best and is the foundation of the ABB. And that is not at all a slight to the last lineup or the Chuck/Lamar lineup that followed the original.

All who have played in the band as members are very good musicians.

I just find it strange here on the Allman Brothers site, there are so many who don't care much for the original band and Fillmore Esst. I guess a good portion of the fans today came on board between 2001 and 2014 and the way Derek, Warren etc played is the style and sound that is the Allman Brothers Band to them. And if and when they go back and listen to Fillmore East and Eat A Peach, it just doesn't impress them much and/or sounds old school.

I guess just as I feel it's not the real Allman Brothers without Duane Allman, they and I assume you, feel it's not that sound you love as the ABB unless Derek Trucks is in it.

It's as if I'm into a different band than those who are mostly into the last lineup and are not that moved by and impressed with Fillmore East. Lee doesn't care for Fillmore East at all but adores the last lineup and Derek. That has been difficult for me to grasp. Perhaps even Gregg Allman would be surprised too.

I thought the vast majority of ABB fans would hold up the Fillmore album as not only the ABB at it's best but perhaps the best live album ever. Its educational I could say to learn that is not the case with many of today's fans.

If there was a site for us old guys who are so into the original band, perhaps I would feel more at home and welcome there.

Guess I've stepped on a lot of toes. Didn't know the early years of the band didn't rate much with many people on this site today.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 02:47 PM
Blackey, you are now creating a fight that does not exist. You are saying that there are people who don’t care for the original line-up.

Everyone here loves the original line-up.

Some folks happen to prefer other line-ups. That’s their prerogative, but it does not mean they DISLIKE the original line-up. Humans are capable of more than one thing.

I love Miles more than I do Coltrane - but I still love Coltrane.

This also works with favorite food, favorite TV show, etc. People can love more than one kind of food; people can love more than one TV show. You know this.

Check the context of this ongoing discussion. While the original title of the thread and its initial few posts about live albums better than AFE, clearly this thread simply became people listing live albums that they like. Period.



 

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Butch was irritated at the band's past and business deals that cut Butch out of making any money off the 2 mllion selling 1991 Decade of Hits CD while Gregg and Dickey made millions....

....I'm not sure what I said (wrote) that angered Butch so greatly

Yeah, I can't imagine...

 

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  posted on 4/5/2020 at 03:33 PM
I don't know about like better, but I really do like Hugh Masekela Is Alive And Well At The Whisky. Really captures the zeitgeist of the times, know what I mean?

For the record, my first show was in Aug of 1992 and my favorite lineup was the Dickey/Warren/Woody era and when I collect recordings more often than not that is the stuff I am looking for. But I have enjoyed every show I saw up until my last one at Peach in 2014.

 

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