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Midsummer Rock (1970)

| Documentary, Music | TV Movie
Documentary of a rock concert that took place in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1970.

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Documentary of a rock concert that took place in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1970.

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Heartbreaker
Written by John Bonham (uncredited), John Paul Jones (uncredited), Jimmy Page (uncredited) and Robert Plant (uncredited)
Performed by Led Zeppelin
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Some great music
10 June 2002 | by (Cleveland, Ohio) – See all my reviews

I bought this film for one reason, I was there in 1970, and wanted to re-live it. Grand Funk (who I never was a big fan of) are very good. Mountain is excellent, (Theme for an imaginary western A+) Iggy and the Stooges? Ok, it's Iggy. Alice Cooper, disappointing, except when he gets hit in the face with a head of lettuce. Traffic are great (John Barleycorn must die A+). The between artists interviews with stoned concert go-ers I could do without.


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