In answer to the question below: Yes, he certainly did perform "Thundercrack" back then. Opening sets I saw on December 7, 1972, included "Circus Song," "Spirit in the Night," "For You," "Janey Needs A Shooter," "Lost in the Flood," etc.
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One of my favorite quotes comes from a friend of mine who is one of the leading American writers on classical music. I said to him last year, "Experts like you, musicians, etc. -- do they ever think Beethoven is somewhat overrated?" And he replied: "It is IMPOSSIBLE to overrate Beethoven."
Oh, come on, Beethoven will be #1 of course, OGG even gave us hint about taking us to the "mountaintop." Sorry, no one else is really that close.
Great lead guitar and sax especially and vocals. Nice lighting effects. Yes, the Bowery is close to the old Fillmore!
Loved this flick, even tho I didn't get any of the references and not a big fan of zombie films. Well shot and acted (for the genre)and I loved the hands clawing at the glass on the door....Bravo!