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Fillmore East 1968 is a live double album by Iron Butterfly, released on 17 October 2011 by Rhino Entertainment. It was recorded on 26 and 27 April 1968 in Fillmore East in New York City. The albums featured songs from their first album Heavy and three songs from second album In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (released two months after these concerts). All tracks composed by Doug Ingle; except where indicated.
Iron Butterfly made its New York City debut at the Fillmore East in the spring of 1968, recording all four shows from April 26 and 27. The tapes reveal the Los Angeles quartet – singer/organist Doug Ingle, bassist Lee Dorman, guitarist Erik Brann (just 17 at the time) and drummer Ron Bushy – on the verge of its defining success, mixing tracks from its first album Heavy, with songs that would appear two months later on the band’s multi-platinum magnum opus, In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. For the performances, Iron Butterfly drew material primarily from the just-released album Heavy, playing the tough yet nimble Unconscious Power in the early show both nights, and closing all four sets with the potent one-two punch of So-Lo and Iron Butterfly Theme.
Iron Butterfly album Fillmore East 1968. Fields Of Sun (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68) 4:00. You Can't Win (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68) 3:17. Unconscious Power (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68). Are You Happy (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68). So-Lo (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68). Iron Butterfly Theme (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68). Stamped Ideas (Live at Filmore East 4/26/68). In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68). Iron Butterfly Theme (Live at Fillmore East 4/26/68)
April 27, 2012 by joe marchese. Where were you 44 years ago today? If you happened to be passing by 105 Second Avenue in New York City’s East Village, you would likely have seen a fantastic group of names displayed on the marquee at Bill Graham’s Fillmore East. The Fillmore East itself is now just a memory, of course. The sets focus mainly on material from Iron Butterfly’s first album Heavy, and predate the official commercial release of the band’s most famous song, the sprawling In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. In fact, it hadn’t been recorded yet at the time of these concerts, so there’s no recognition applause for the song. One wonders, what did the audiences make of the epic song, hearing it for the first time?
|Friday, April 26, 1968|
|Fields Of Sun||4:01|
|You Can't Win||3:17|
|Are You Happy||4:22|
|Iron Butterfly Theme||4:55|
|Second Show (Incomplete)|
|Iron Butterfly Theme||5:40|
|Saturday, April 27, 1968|
|Are You Happy||4:46|
|Iron Butterfly Theme||5:04|
|Are You Happy||4:24|
|Her Favorite Style||2:53|
|Iron Butterfly Theme||5:35|
|RHM2 526745||Iron Butterfly||Fillmore East 1968 (2xCD, Album)||Rhino Handmade, ATCO Records||RHM2 526745||US||2011|
|GEP-159A/B||Iron Butterfly||Psychedelic Fillmore (2xCDr, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Gypsy Eye Project||GEP-159A/B||US||2011|
|WOU 6745||Iron Butterfly||Fillmore East 1968 (2xCD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 6745||US||2016|