℗ 2018 The Owsley Stanley Foundation, The Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
Released December 13, 2018
Duration 1h 11m 18s
Genre Rock (Classic Rock)
 

Bear's Sonic Journals (Live at Fillmore East, February 1970 - Deluxe Edition Disc 1)

Allman Brothers Band

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1.1
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
9:21
1.2
Hoochie Coochie Man (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
6:04
1.3
Statesboro Blues (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/11/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
4:16
1.4
Trouble No More (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/11/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
4:11
1.5
Outskirts of Town (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/13-14/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
8:29
1.6
Whipping Post (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
8:11
1.7
Mountain Jam (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970 - 02/13/1970)
Allman Brothers Band
30:46
Bear’s Sonic Journals: Allman Brothers Band, Fillmore East February 1970 is a completely newly transferred and mastered presentation of live music from the Allman Brothers Band’s 3 shows at the Fillmore East on February 11, 13 & 14, 1970. The Grateful Dead’ legendary soundman, Owsley Stanley a/k/a Bear, captured these shows on his “Sonic Journals” -his working diary recordings that are known for their uncanny ability to recreate the sonic landscape of the venue, placing the listener’s ears in the audience at the show. This is essential listening for Allman Brothers Band fans, as it showcases an early incarnation of the band, with Duane Allman in full form, and features the earliest known live concert recording of “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,” just penned by Dickey Betts scant weeks before these shows. The band recorded their landmark At Fillmore East album a year later at the same venue. Replacing and surpassing the long out-of-print compilation from 1996… To make this Sonic Journal, the Owsley Stanley Foundation went back to Owsley’s original source reels and made fresh Plangent processed transfers. Then Jeffrey Norman mastered a new version, from the ground up, using the most modern technology.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Allman Brothers Band Recording Company (2015 Deal) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-7 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.62
-1.06 to -0.04
-19.92
-21.95 to -16.77
13
10 to 15
1
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
-0.04-20.0714
2
Hoochie Coochie Man (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
-0.70-20.4013
3
Statesboro Blues (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/11/1970)
-1.06-16.7710
4
Trouble No More (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/11/1970)
-1.01-18.9912
5
Outskirts of Town (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/13-14/1970)
-0.74-20.6714
6
Whipping Post (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970)
-0.20-20.5915
7
Mountain Jam (Bear's Sonic Journals: Live at Fillmore East, 02/14/1970 - 02/13/1970)
-0.58-21.9515

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