The Allman Brothers Band was one of Georgia's top live acts still looking for a break when they were hired to open the three-day Atlanta International Pop Festival. The band's Southern-blues style, bolstered by jams that stretched to epic lengths, won over audiences--and two days later, after legends like Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter and B.B. King took the stage, the Allmans were invited back for a second set. Recorded nearly a year before At Fillmore East established them as one of America's hottest bands, fans can now discover these landmark nights in Allman Brothers Band history with this individually numbered, limited edition box set, available on vinyl for the first time and packaged in an oversize slipcase with an eight page booklet of photos and liner notes.

7/3/70 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Statesboro Blues 1.3 Trouble No More 1.4 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 1.5 Dreams 1.6 Every Hungry Woman 1.7 Hoochie Coochie Man 1.8 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 1.9 Whipping Post 1.10 Mountain Jam Part I 1.11 Rain Delay 1:14 1.12 Mountain Jam Part II
7/5/70 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 2.3 Statesboro Blues 2.4 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 2.5 Stormy Monday 2.6 Whipping Post 2.7 Mountain Jam

The Allman Brothers Band was one of Georgia's top live acts still looking for a break when they were hired to open the three-day Atlanta International Pop Festival. The band's Southern-blues style, bolstered by jams that stretched to epic lengths, won over audiences--and two days later, after legends like Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter and B.B. King took the stage, the Allmans were invited back for a second set. Recorded nearly a year before At Fillmore East established them as one of America's hottest bands, fans can now discover these landmark nights in Allman Brothers Band history with this individually numbered, limited edition box set, available on vinyl for the first time and packaged in an oversize slipcase with an eight page booklet of photos and liner notes.

7/3/70 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Statesboro Blues 1.3 Trouble No More 1.4 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 1.5 Dreams 1.6 Every Hungry Woman 1.7 Hoochie Coochie Man 1.8 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 1.9 Whipping Post 1.10 Mountain Jam Part I 1.11 Rain Delay 1:14 1.12 Mountain Jam Part II
7/5/70 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 2.3 Statesboro Blues 2.4 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 2.5 Stormy Monday 2.6 Whipping Post 2.7 Mountain Jam

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Live At The Atlanta Pop Festival, July 3 & 5, 1970

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Format: 4 x LP
Label: Legacy
Rel. Date: 04/21/2018
UPC: 889854781910

Live At The Atlanta Pop Festival, July 3 & 5, 1970
Artist: The Allman Brothers Band
Format: 4 x LP
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The Allman Brothers Band was one of Georgia's top live acts still looking for a break when they were hired to open the three-day Atlanta International Pop Festival. The band's Southern-blues style, bolstered by jams that stretched to epic lengths, won over audiences--and two days later, after legends like Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter and B.B. King took the stage, the Allmans were invited back for a second set. Recorded nearly a year before At Fillmore East established them as one of America's hottest bands, fans can now discover these landmark nights in Allman Brothers Band history with this individually numbered, limited edition box set, available on vinyl for the first time and packaged in an oversize slipcase with an eight page booklet of photos and liner notes.

7/3/70 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Statesboro Blues 1.3 Trouble No More 1.4 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 1.5 Dreams 1.6 Every Hungry Woman 1.7 Hoochie Coochie Man 1.8 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 1.9 Whipping Post 1.10 Mountain Jam Part I 1.11 Rain Delay 1:14 1.12 Mountain Jam Part II
7/5/70 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Don't Keep Me Wonderin' 2.3 Statesboro Blues 2.4 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 2.5 Stormy Monday 2.6 Whipping Post 2.7 Mountain Jam