Fillmore East - February 11, 1970
February 11, 1970
*With Duane and Gregg Allman and Peter Green
11:30 show - acoustic encore is uncertain - last "Spanish Jam": 02-14-68 
Billing: GD; Allman Brothers Band; Love.
Me & My Uncle
Dark Star*> Spanish Jam*> Lovelight*
Attendees of this show
The only recordings I've heard, Duane Allaman and Peter Green are almost in audable. You can only hear what the other mics around them are picking up. Was the multi-track equipment running this night too? This is something else that needs to get put put
late show as usually outrages...in town that day was (original) fleetwood mac (once known as peter green's fleetwood mac...joining the 'boys' after their show on satge was members of 'mac' as well some of the allman bros...long nite for sure
Should definitely be released. Comments on audibility of guests is definitely true. You can just barely hear someone in the distance shredding - presumably Duane as well as some faint keyboard licks. I would pay much money for this - maybe they could do a Fillmore '70 box set? It is distinctly different music from that of the previous year.
The stage started filling up with musicians, one got out front with Jerry - had to be Peter Green, I think Jerry blew his mind that night. Have about 30-40 minutes of this on tape, it's incredible, definitely should be released one day.
Deadlists and Archive say that Keeva Krystal did the intro before NFA. Anyone know who this person is?
Allman Brothers Band
Fillmore East, New York
1. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
2. Statesboro Blues
3. Trouble No More
4. Hoochie Coochie Man
5. Mountain Jam