At Fillmore East is The Allman Brothers Band's first live album. It was produced by Tom Dowd and released in July 1971. Recorded over three nights in March 1971 at New York City's Fillmore East venue, it features the band performing extended jam versions of songs such as "Whipping Post", "You Don't Love Me" and "In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed"Considered as one of the greatest live rock albums, it was the band's artistic and commercial breakthrough, and ranks among the best overall albums by artists, continuing to be a top seller in the band's arsenal. The album was their first to go platinum. In 2004, it was selected for preservation in the Library Of Congress, deemed to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important" by the National Recording Registry. This release comes as a limited edition 140-gram Bloody Mary Red Vinyl.