A dozen rock groups are shown playing concerts in 1972.

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Bill Graham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marty Balin ...
Performers (as The Jefferson Airplane)
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Themselves (as The Elvin Bishop Group)
Ed Bogas ...
Performers (as Lamb)
Mike Carabello ...
Performers (as Santana)
Jack Casady ...
Performers (as Hot Tuna)
John Chambers ...
Performers (as The Elvin Bishop Group)
John Cipollina ...
Performers (as Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Papa John Creach ...
Himself
John Dawson ...
Performers (as The New Riders of the Purple Sage)
Bill Douglass ...
Performers (as Lamb)
Spencer Dryden ...
Performers (as The New Riders of the Purple Sage)
Gary Duncan ...
Performers (as Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Larry Fields ...
Performers (as Cold Blood)
David Freiberg ...
Performers (as Quicksilver Messenger Service)
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A dozen rock groups are shown playing concerts in 1972.

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An outrageous movie!

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Documentary | Music

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R
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13 January 1973 (Japan)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Just for the record...
31 December 2006 | by (Somewhere over the rainbow) – See all my reviews

The movie could theoretically be released on DVD, if someone can be bothered to work out all the legalities of getting the footage of all the different bands cleared.

But an "expanded" edition is impossible. In one of the Grateful Dead books I have, it's said that the director had filmed entire performances by the various bands, and had always intended to make a sequel, but could never get funding to do so. He carried this footage around with him, every time he moved, but eventually reached a point during the 80's when he could no longer afford to pay for the storage fees. So he was forced to junk all of his outtake footage.


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