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Supershow (1969)

E | | Music | 2003 (UK)
A great group of rock, jazz and blues legends jam to an invited audience.

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A great group of rock, jazz and blues legends jam to an invited audience.

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The Last Great Jam of the 60s

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Blues,Blues & More Blues
17 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you've never heard of this film...such a pity. This poorly distributed performance film seems to have been produced for BBC TV, or some other network either in England or the rest of Europe. The cast includes Buddy Guy,Steven Stills (on loan from Crosby,Stills,Nash & Young),and...yes...Led Zepplin! I had the chance of seeing this film some years ago when I spotted it in a very hip video outlet (in the old VHS foremat). It seems to go from performer to performer without much fanfare (or announcements). It was the Led Zep footage that won me over (Zep plays 'Dazed & Confused'--and not the half hour version from 'Song Remains The Same',as this film was produced some years before 'Song' was). If this film hasn't been released on DVD as of yet, it sure deserves to. If you liked The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus, you'll love 'Supershow'.


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