FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS (1972)

FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS (1972)

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When the legendary rock impresario Bill Graham closed the Fillmore West in 1971, the San Francisco venue had become an institution, an integral part of the West Coast music scene in the ’60s. Always the showman, Graham made sure the Fillmore West was sent off in a blaze of glory, scheduling five nights of concerts featuring bands like the Grateful Dead and Santana - that got their start at this storied concert hall. Both the madness leading up to the shows and the concerts were filmed for FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS, a documentary originally released in 1972.

In the end, the frantic preparations paid off with a host of marvelous performances from a range of artists who made up what was called “The San Francisco Sound.” FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS features highlights from all five nights, including songs by the Grateful Dead (“Casey Jones,” “Johnny B. Goode”); Santana (“Incident At Neshabur,” “In A Silent Way”); Quicksilver Messenger Service (“Mojo,” “Fresh Air”); Jefferson Airplane (“Volunteers”/“We Can Be So Good Together”); along with performances by Cold Blood, Hot Tuna, and Lamb. (Remastered in High Definition) (01:34:41)

“Hello Friends” – Lamb
“You Got Me Hummin’” – Cold Blood
“I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free” – Cold Blood
“Candy Man” – Hot Tuna
“Uncle Sam Blues” – Hot Tuna
Rehearsal Jam – The Rowan Brothers
“Isn’t It Just A Beautiful Day” – Lamb
“Fresh Air” – Quicksilver Messenger Service
“Mojo” - Quicksilver Messenger Service
“Volunteers”/ “We Can Be So Good Together” – Jefferson Airplane
“Noodle” – Jerry Garcia
Rehearsal Jam – Jerry Garcia with New Riders Of The Purple Sage
“Casey Jones” – Grateful Dead
“Johnny B. Goode” – Grateful Dead
“White Bird” – It’s A Beautiful Day
“The Sky Is Crying” – The Elvin Bishop Group
“Incident At Neshabur” – Santana
“In A Silent Way”/ “Jam” – Santana
“In A Silent Way” – Santana


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