The Allman Brothers were very far from the room’s last boogie. Opened in 1926 as the Commodore Theatre, for films and Yiddish vaudeville, it became a Loews during Second Avenue’s movie palace heyday. Allan Arkush – Fillmore East Employee, Present At All Three Nights. That never stops through the entire set, or in fact any set they ever played together. Needless to say, they stole the show! “So that when people came in off the street, they would rise up to a higher level. But on at least one version of “You Don’t Love Me,” Duane and Dickey are playing simultaneous leads, something I don’t think I’d heard them do before .

Thanks to Bill Hanley’s sound system, it’s also generated another baker’s dozen worth of archival releases, from jazz songwriter Laura Nyro to box sets by Derek and the Dominoes. Even in 1968, though, it was hard to see how the entrance at 105 Second Avenue could possibly lead into a theater. Vous l’aurez compris, cette version du Live At Fillmore East, même lacunaire, vaut vraiment le coup pour plusieurs raisons.

When the refurbished venue opened in the spring, it became New York’s first major rock palace since promoter Alan Freed put on shows at the Paramount in Downtown Brooklyn a decade earlier. It’s impossible not to be sucked into the music you’re listening to with each member doing their thing, but together they are all playing as one. ( Log Out /  The Allman Brothers were also taped for broadcast but due to technical difficulties, the segment with them was not aired. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

I didn’t become a huge AB fan but I still listen every once in a while and what I liked then is still there. That same fall, Andy Warhol idly mused about taking over the space when Leary departed, starting his own religion, and presumably installing his new house band, the Velvet Underground — all of which would’ve presented a drastically alternate history. A small plaque by the entrance to the bank that's now there marks the spot of the legendary rock venue, which occupied the former movie theater from 1968 through 1971.

It has a pink Capricorn label distributed originally by Atlantic Records before they were distributed by the main label Warner Bros. Would be worth a lot but I played that vinyl into the ground. In one case is Graham’s cowbell, possibly the one presented to him by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart before a Fillmore East show in January 1970, which would make it the same cowbell Graham played after the band dosed him with LSD the previous year and he’d jammed with them for the night. The Fillmore West closed a week later. “Where was the light show? Fillmore East Discography. (Things were eventually smoothed over by Wavy Gravy, then Hugh Romney.). The crowds, too, had changed, Graham complained. Called the Commodore Theater, and independently operated, it eventually was taken over by Loews Inc. and became a movie theater, the Loews Commodore. During You Don’t Love Me he plays the guitar part to start the song which, personally, sounds fantastic and definitely adds another dimension to the music being played. Les 26 & 27 avril 1968, un double CD est paru en 2011 sous le label Rhino Handmade.

The comments about different band’s performance ranged from brutally sarcastic to the exhilaration of witnessing some of the greatest bands of the classic rock era playing at their absolute best. (In truth, I have no idea if it was me; but I did stand up and shout it.). Fillmore East performances often became contemporary live albums on their own, including Jimi Hendrix’s Band of Gypsies, Frank Zappa’s Fillmore East - June 1971, the Grateful Dead’s Bear’s Choice, and the Allman Brothers Band’s At Fillmore East (and part of Eat A Peach). That said, not much separates this from “THE” version of Statesboro Blues. Dickey’s tone was more biting. The streetwise promoter recruited neighborhood kids to help load equipment and make sure none of it got stolen.

Unlike Graham’s unseated general admission shows in San Francisco, the Fillmore East cleared the house between shows, did a clean-up, and started over again. So I really can’t say much about the event in particular, except that the music was a welcome surprise and I wish that they had gone a little further down the fusion road.”, “I was sixteen at the time and this was the only time I ever made it to the Fillmore. audience member Scott Rivkin’s memory is a little off. Label: Reprise Records - 9362-44429-2,Warner Strategic Marketing - 9362-44429-2 • Series: Neil Young Archives Performance Series - Disc 02 • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock . Other Venues . Miles Davis at Fillmore is a 1970 live album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and band, recorded at the Fillmore East, New York City on four consecutive days, June 17 through June 20, 1970, originally released as a double vinyl LP. Musical exploration at it’s finest. Ouvert le 8 mars 1968, le Fillmore East devient un haut lieu du rock, avec, plusieurs fois par semaine, deux concerts par jour. Also, my friend Rob who lived behind my house and whom I’d known since I was 3 years old owned both albums.

“[It] offered up fresh fruit and juices, donuts, bagels with cream cheese, and best of all, Dannon Yogurt, in a wide selection of flavors. Originally planning to bill performances as “Bill Graham Presents at the Village Theatre,” the former owners objected, and the Fillmore East was born.

I don’t know, but this was something else entirely. The theatre at 105 Second Avenue that became the Fillmore East was originally built as a Yiddish theater in 1925–26 – designed by Harrison Wiseman in the Medieval Revival style – at a time when that section of Second Avenue was known as the "Yiddish Theater District" and the "Jewish Rialto"[1] because of the numerous theatres that catered to a Yiddish-speaking audience. Among the notable acts to play the Fillmore East was Jimi Hendrix. I can see and hear that very clearly, but I know I cannot describe it in a way that will convince anyone about how perfect it was. BS&T and Chicago were leaning in that direction and so was Steely Dan a year or two later but the first two were far too calculated. The Allman Brothers sounded huge in the theatre. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

It featured a 76-foot-wide planetarium dome, a special Spitz Space System hemisphere star projector, a hydraulic light rig, and 26,000 watts of surround sound. There was a horn player who didn’t really fit in and the next night, a Friday was only somewhat better.

There was at least one performance there in a way that the old neighborhood freaks might recognize in 1986, when the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir headlined a ‘60s Ball with Abbie Hoffman, Country Joe, Jefferson Airplane’s Jorma Kaukonen, Peter Paul and Mary’s Peter Yarrow, and others. (...) Bonne nuit à tous. (In truth, I have no idea if it was me; but I did stand up and shout it. I spent some time talking with Duane & Gregg between shows on Friday and they were concerned about how they were playing, something I had never heard from them before.

I did not want to walk around and party, I just wanted to listen. The Grateful Dead: Fillmore East – April 1971, Road Trips Volume 3 Number 3 – Fillmore East 5-15-70, Dave's Picks Volume 30 – Fillmore East, New York, NY-1/2/70, Machine Gun: The Fillmore East First Show, Songs for Groovy Children: The Fillmore East Concerts, Performance Rockin' The Fillmore The Complete Recordings, Spread Your Wings and Fly: Live at the Fillmore East, John Barleycorn Must Die – Deluxe Edition, East Village/Lower East Side Historic District, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, "East Village/Lower East Side Historic District Designation Report", New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "Fillmore East, Clean, Pleasant And Promising, Rocks Again", Apple Bank for Savings#Acquisition of 29 Emigrant Bank branches in 2013, "Apartments Rising on Site Of Fillmore East and Saint", "Fillmore East Plaque Unveiling Event Video", "Rethinking, Irving Plaza Keeps Its Maiden Name", Learn how and when to remove this template message, Allman Brothers at The Fillmore East 1971,, 1971 disestablishments in New York (state), Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from May 2009, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 1 November 2020, at 01:13. Looking back I remember getting and still having an early pressing of ABB – Live at the Fillmore East. “Those were the days.

The drumming was just off the rails. Saw them a month later in Philly.

The first show from the 12th March is the first we get to hear of the Allman Brothers from these dates at Fillmore East. Of all the bands I saw there including ELP, Ten Years After, Alice Cooper, James Gang, never thought they’d be around over 40 years later. Timothy Leary outside Village Theatre presenting his celebration #2 titled The Reincarnation of Jesus Christ.

Change ), Tom Caswell is the author of the upcoming book “Derek and the Dominos: A Biography And Live Performance History.”. We kept hitting and slapping each other just to defuse some of the energy. I didn’t own the albums, my family was pretty poor and there was never much money for luxuries like records.

I went back with just one friend on Saturday, not sure which show. Consultez des crédits, des avis, des pistes et achetez la référence CD de Live At The Fillmore East sur Discogs.

Bill Graham talks to people inside the Fillmore East on the last day the venue would be open, June 1971. After a short run the Rock Opera closed and on December 15, 1972, Jerry Fuchs presented the opening night of concerts with a performance featuring Bloodrock, Elephants Memory and Trapeze. '[13], Because of changes in the music industry and large growth in the concert industry (as exemplified by the increased prevalence of arena and stadium bookings), Graham closed the Fillmore East after only three years. My buddies and I went to see Johnny Winter And.