Offered for sale is a blue vinyl copy of the double live album Fillmore West by the Grateful Dead, issued by the Trademark of Quality label and including the original insert.
About this copy: This copy of Fillmore West is a 1973 U.S. pressing on the black “smoking pig” Trademark of quality label.
The cream-colored cover is VG with some general wear, some “fraying” at the edges and a repaired 2″ (5 cm) split at the top edge of the cover and a repaired 1.5″ (4 cm) at the bottom edge.\
The cover is plain; it does not have the title stamped on the cover.
The original insert is VG with some discoloration from age and a few minor creases.
The two blue vinyl discs are VG++ and close to M- with a couple of faint scuffs from the original paper inner sleeves. They’re very clean discs that have likely only been played once or twice. Clean disc!
A nice copy of one of the harder Trademark of Quality titles to find; it’s the only copy we’ve ever seen.
Background: Recorded during the five-day series of concerts to celebrate the 1971 closing of San Francisco’s Fillmore West, Fillmore West was recorded on July 2, 1971 and was broadcast on San Francisco radio station KSAN-FM.
- Had To Move
- Me And Bobby McGee
- You Lied, You Cheated
- I Know You Rider
- Playing In The Band
- Got No Chance Of Losing
- Ain’t It Crazy
- Me And My Uncle
- Railroad Blues
- Sunshine Daydream
- Sing Me Back Home
- Mama Tried
- Big Boss Man
- Casey Jones
- Johnny Be Goode
- Sugar Magnolia
- Dedicatd To Owsley
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Trademark of Quality|
|Year of Release:||1973|