Because of the auditorium's great acoustics, many live albums were recorded at the Fillmore East, including:
- The Allman Brothers Band – At Fillmore East (1971)
- The Allman Brothers Band – Fillmore East, February 1970 (released 1997) on Grateful Dead Records
- Buffalo Bob Smith – Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore East; creator of Howdy Doody (recorded April 4, 1971)
- The Chambers Brothers – Love, Peace and Happiness, a double album with one studio disc and one live disc recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East
- Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs and Englishmen – The Complete Fillmore East Concerts – March 27–28, 1970 (released 2006)
- Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - 4 Way Street (1971)
- Miles Davis – Live at the Fillmore East, March 7, 1970: It's About That Time (2001); recorded March 7, 1970, in a rare live recording of Davis's so-called '"lost quintet"
- Miles Davis – Miles Davis at Fillmore: Live at the Fillmore East (1970); recorded June 17–20, 1970
- Derek and the Dominos – In Concert; recorded October 23–24, 1970 (released 1973)
- Derek and the Dominos – Live at the Fillmore ; recorded October 23–24, 1970 (released 1994)
- Flying Burrito Brothers – Authorized Bootleg: Fillmore East, N.Y., N.Y. Late Show, Nov. 7, 1970 (CD, Feb-2011, Hip-O Select)
- Virgil Fox/Heavy Organ – Bach Live at Fillmore East ; recorded Dec. 1, 1970 (released on LP 1971, on CD 1989)
- The Fugs – Golden Filth - Alive at the Fillmore East ; recorded June 1, 1968 (released on LP 1970, on CD as part of the Rhino Handmade 3 CD set, Electromagnetic Steamboat 2003)
- Grateful Dead – Ladies and Gentlemen… The Grateful Dead: Fillmore East – April 1971 (2000) ; a four-disc set taken from their five-night stint at the Fillmore East in April 1971
- Grateful Dead – Live at the Fillmore East 2-11-69 (1997)
- Grateful Dead – History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear's Choice) (February 13–14, 1970) (1973)
- Grateful Dead – Dick's Picks Volume Four – Grateful Dead Fillmore East 2/13–14/70 (1996) ; a three-disc set released on Grateful Dead Records
- Grateful Dead – Road Trips Volume 3 Number 3 Fillmore East 5-15-70 ; a three-disc set with a bonus fourth disc included with early orders of the set from dead.net; (released 2010)
- Jimi Hendrix – Band of Gypsys (1970) and Live at the Fillmore East (1999)
- Lorin Hollander – Lorin Hollander at the Fillmore East ; recorded Feb. 23, 1969
- Humble Pie – Performance Rockin' the Fillmore (1971)
- Iron Butterfly - Fillmore East 1968 ; a two disc set recorded on April 26 & 27, 1968; released by Rhino Entertainment 2011.
- Jefferson Airplane – Bless Its Pointed Little Head (1969) ; this album was split between the Fillmore East and Fillmore West.
- Jefferson Airplane – Live at the Fillmore East (recorded 1969; released 1998)
- Jefferson Airplane – Sweeping Up the Spotlight: Jefferson Airplane Live at the Fillmore East 1969 (released 2007)
- King Crimson – Epitaph – two-disc set with three tracks recorded at Fillmore East Nov. 21, 1969
- King Crimson – Live at Fillmore East – one disc with both Nov. 21 and Nov. 22, 1969 partial sets (released in 2004 on The King Crimson Club label as Club 25)
- Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield – Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes ; recorded Dec. 13–14, 1968 (released 2003)
- Love – Studio / Live – live tracks recorded at Fillmore East (released on LP 1982, on CD 1991)
- John Lennon and Yoko Ono – Live Jam – Side Two of this live album, which was included as a bonus album in Lennon & Ono's Some Time in New York City (released: 1972), was recorded at the Fillmore East on June 6, 1971.
- Taj Mahal – The Real Thing ; recorded Feb. 13, 1971 (remaster with one more track, released 2000)
- Mountain – Flowers Of Evil – Side 2 recorded at Fillmore East, December 26, 1970
- John Mayall – The Turning Point (1969) (released on CD 1990, remaster with three more tracks released 2001)
- The Nice – Live at the Fillmore East December 1969 ; recorded December 19–20, 1969 (released 2009)
- Laura Nyro – Spread Your Wings and Fly: Live at the Fillmore East (released 2004)
- Quicksilver Messenger Service – Happy Trails; live tracks recorded at both Fillmore East & Fillmore West (CD released 1994)
- Ten Years After – Live at the Fillmore East 1970 ; recorded February 27–28, 1970 (released 2001)
- Johnny Winter – Live Johnny Winter And ; recorded at Fillmore East & Pirate's World, Dania,FL
- Johnny Winter – "Johnny Winter And: Live at the Fillmore East 10/3/70" ; (released 2010)
- Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Live at the Fillmore East recorded March 6–7, 1970 (released on CD and DVD 2006)
- Frank Zappa And The Mothers – Freaks And Motherfu*#@%! ; recorded in 1970 (released 1991)
- Frank Zappa's Mothers – Fillmore East - June 1971 (released 1971)
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