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Fillmore (1972)

A dozen rock groups are shown playing in the final five nights of shows leading up the closing of Fillmore West on July 4, 1971.

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... Bill Graham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marty Balin ... Performers (as The Jefferson Airplane)
... 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 in the final five nights of shows leading up the closing of Fillmore West on July 4, 1971.

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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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If ever a movie begged for expanded DVD...
22 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

Yes, friends and IL' hippies, if ever there was a movie begging for an expanded edition wide-screen DVD release, this is the one. I haven't seen it since '72, granted, and my mental awareness at that time was probably a bit...different...but based on the soundtrack CD set I'd wager this is still a great look at the crazy IL' daze, with some wonderful music and a fun backstage look at the music culture of the time. Yes, it's true, I do have the added motivation that I had the astounding good fortune to attend a couple of these shows (the Dead/New Riders/Rowan Brothers show and the Hot Tuna/Quicksilver show), and would thus particularly get a kick out of seeing the film again. Let's hope "Festival Express" does really well; maybe that will punch somebody's button and wake 'em up to the potential market for this film.


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