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This is a much longer instrumental version of a folk song by Donovan called "There is a Mountain
." The Allman Brother's version appears only on live albums.
The last song performed at the legendary music hall Fillmore East on March 13, 1971, the night they recorded their live album At Fillmore East. It was not included on the album because it was too long.
Eat A Peach contains a 33-minute live version that takes up 2 album sides.
Duane Allman first played a version of this in 1970 while sitting in with The Grateful Dead at a Fillmore East show the Allmans opened.
The version on Eat A Peach is the next song they played after "Whipping Post," the last song on At Fillmore East.
Contains a long drum solo that shows off Butch Trucks and Jaimoe, their 2 drummers.
One of Duane Allman's last performances. Eat A Peach, released after he died in a motorcycle accident, was dedicated to him.
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