Hoggin’ The Stage Plus is an extension of the original Hoggin’ The Stage album by the Groundhogs with songs from Leeds and London (1971) and Stockholm (1976).
The Plus version has a track recorded in the USA, Music Is The Food Of Thought (1972?) and four extra songs from the Stockholm concert in 1976.
The original album is still available but I think it makes sense to opt for the extended version. Alternatively, if you don’t want Stockholm, the famous support performance for the Rolling Stones, Live At Leeds is now available as a separate album.
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S.U.N.Y. at Stonybrook NY 9/19/71 is a live album by The Allman Brothers Band.
It was recorded at the State University of New York on September 19, 1971, just six weeks before Duane Allman died.
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Boston Common 8/17/71 is a live album by The Allman Brothers Band.
It was recorded in Boston, Massachusetts on August 17, 1971. This was six weeks after the release of their breakthrough album, At Fillmore East, and ten weeks before Duane Allman’s death.
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Live At Leeds ’71 is a live album by British blues rock band The Groundhogs.
It was recorded at Leeds University on May 13, 1971 while they were supporting The Rolling Stones.
The Stones set is a well known bootleg and rumour has it that Mick Jagger asked for The Groundhogs set to be recorded and it was originally pressed as a limited edition vinyl of just 200 units.
It has since been released more widely.
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Don’t bother with this one, even though it is a very early recording of the band with Clem Clempson instead of Peter Frampton – the sound quality is extremely poor.
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Let It Roll: Live On Stage is a live album by Ashton, Dyke & Garner.
It was recorded in Belgium in 1971.
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Colosseum Live is a live album by progressive jazz blues rock group Colosseum.
It was recorded at Manchester University on March 18, 1971 and the Big Apple in Brighton on March 27, 1971.
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Live at the Fillmore West 3rd July 1971 is an archive live album release by Hot Tuna. It was finally released in July 2014.
Hot Tuna were a spin-off from Jefferson Airplane as bassist Jack Casady and guitarist Jorma Kaukonen wanted to play more blues.
The album also features Papa John Creach on electric violin and Sammy Piazza on drums.
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Eat A Peach is a part studio and part recorded live in concert album by the Allman Brothers Band.
A deluxe version of Eat A Peach adds the final Fillmore East show on June 27, 1971. Availability of this seems limited in the United States but it’s available as an mp3 download in the UK.
Fresh from the success of Live At Fillmore East, the Allmans decided that you can’t have too much of a good thing and especially after the tragic loss of band leader Duane Allman on October 29, 1971.
Mountain Jam, One Way Out and Trouble No More were live recordings.
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Performance Rockin’ The Fillmore is a live album by Humble Pie. It was recorded at the Fillmore East in New York on the 28th and 29th May 1971 and released in November 1971.
The group had released their Rock On studio album in March 1971.
Humble Pie performed four sets over the two days and they have been released in full on Performance – Rockin’ The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings in 2013. Since it is basically the same set list each time with minor variations, it’s not an album I recommend unless you are a big fan of Humble Pie.
Humble Pie gained a lot of attention after the fact because Peter Frampton of Frampton Comes Alive was a member at the time of this recording.
Humble Pie Performance Rockin The Fillmore
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