℗ 1971 Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
Released October 28, 2022
Duration 1h 04m 30s
Catalogue No. ABB0036
Genre Rock (Classic Rock)
 

Syria Mosque: Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 (Live Concert Performance Recording)

Allman Brothers Band

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1.1
Introduction (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
0:34
1.2
Statesboro Blues (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
4:14
1.3
Trouble No More (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
3:43
1.4
Don't Keep Me Wonderin' (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
3:15
1.5
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
14:33
1.6
Midnight Rider (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
2:58
1.7
You Don't Love Me (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
14:58
1.8
Whipping Post (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
Allman Brothers Band
20:15
The Allman Brothers Band give an official release to one of their beloved vintage bootlegs! By January 1971, The Allman Brothers Band had established a sound and a reputation that belied the brief, 22-month existence of its founding lineup. After 300 shows in 1970, the band kicked off ’71 with a run through Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee, before heading north to play Pittsburgh for the first time. The venue was the venerable Syria Mosque, a 3,700 seat theatre constructed in 1916 which served as the home for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Syria Mosque saw rock acts like The Who, Pink Floyd, The Band, Deep Purple and Yes grace its stage, with the Allmans making the first of two 1971 appearances on Jan. 17. Recorded direct from the band’s soundboard and then restored and remastered, this recording captures the arc of the band’s sound as they were ramping up to the classic At Fillmore East album, recorded just eight weeks later in March 1971. When you listen, it’s apparent how tight and in the pocket the original ABB line-up of Duane, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Butch Trucks and Jaimoe were on this recording.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Allman Brothers Band Recording Company (2015 Deal) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.69
-3.42 to -0.27
-17.39
-25.38 to -15.26
-14.25
-20.60 to -12.20
11
9 to 14
1
Introduction (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-3.42-25.38-20.614
2
Statesboro Blues (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.31-15.29-12.210
3
Trouble No More (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.33-16.36-13.811
4
Don't Keep Me Wonderin' (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.29-15.26-12.710
5
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.32-17.16-14.411
6
Midnight Rider (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.31-17.07-14.011
7
You Don't Love Me (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.31-16.89-13.810
8
Whipping Post (Pittsburgh, Pa January 17, 1971 Live Concert)
-0.27-15.73-12.59

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