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Fillmore (14-Jun-1972)

Director: Richard T. Heffron

Keywords: Music Concert, Rock and Roll, Hippies

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marty Balin
30-Jan-1942 27-Sep-2018 Lead singer of Jefferson Airplane
Elvin Bishop
21-Oct-1942   Fooled Around and Fell In Love
Jack Casady
13-Apr-1944   Jefferson Airplane
Spencer Dryden
7-Apr-1938 11-Jan-2005 Jefferson Airplane drummer
Jerry Garcia
1-Aug-1942 9-Aug-1995 Grateful Dead
Bill Graham
8-Jan-1931 25-Oct-1991 Rock & roll promoter
Paul Kantner
17-Mar-1941 28-Jan-2016 Jefferson Airplane
Jorma Kaukonen
23-Dec-1940   Jefferson Airplane
Bill Kreutzmann
7-Apr-1946   Drummer for Grateful Dead
Ron McKernan
8-Sep-1945 8-Mar-1973 Keyboards for Grateful Dead
Steve Miller
5-Oct-1943   The Steve Miller Band
Carlos Santana
20-Jul-1947   House is dark, pots are cold
Boz Scaggs
8-Jun-1944   70's Soft Rocker
Grace Slick
30-Oct-1939   Jefferson Airplane and Starship
Bob Weir
16-Oct-1947   Rhythm guitar for Grateful Dead


Review by Anonymous (posted on 25-Apr-2007)

I saw this movie on the big screen in 1972. It was incredible. I have not seen it since. However, about 4 or 5 years ago, VH1 actually showed it on Rock n Roll Picture Show. Through a time discrepancy, it did not get taped and I missed it. I even e-mailed VH1 and asked if they ever planned to show it again and received the reply that no they had no plans to ever show it again. It had Cold Blood, Lamb, Hot tuna, Boz Scaggs, and Grateful Dead, Santana, Tower of Power, Papa John Creech and many other artists. Sadly it represented the end of Fillmore. I cannot for the life of me figure out why it was taken out of print. It remains one of the great rock n roll mysteries like why Jim McGuinn changed his name to Roger.

Review by ChrisDutch (posted on 3-Mar-2005)

I saw this movie years ago in college and it really caught the feel of a live performance. I'd like to track down the soundtrack beacuse of the great job that QuickSilver Messenger Service did in the movie. The second song they did was a stunner... I can't recall the title. This is a good timepiece for a lot of the late sixties/early seventies bands.

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