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Tuxedo Junction playlist for 03/08/2016

Artist Album Title Label New
The Allman Brothers Band Live At the Fillmore East In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed No
Country Joe and the Fish Live at the Fillmore West Intro/Rock and Soul Music/Love No
John Maytal The Turning Point The Laws Must Change (Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
Derek & The Dominoes Live at the Fillmore Presence of the Lord No
Grateful Dead Live at the Fillmore East Loser No
Jefferson Airplane Bless Its Pointed Little Head Rock Me Baby (Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
10 Years After Live at the Fillmore East One of These Days No
CSN&Y Four-Way Street Carry On Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
Johnny Winter Live Johnny Winter (Recorded at the Fillmore East) Funky Music No
Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen Let's Get Stoned Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
Iron Butterfly Fillmore East 1968 In the Time of Our Lives No
Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsies Message to Love Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
Al Kooper Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes The 59th Street Bridge Song No
Mountain Flowers of Evil King's Choral Recorded at the Fillmore East) No
The Doors #justbecauseilovethem Peace Frog No

Tonight, Tux-Junk featured the music, the myth and the man behind Fillmore East, the rock venue opened by Bill Graham on March 8, 1968 on 106th East Street in Lower Manhattan.  Fillmore East was the counterpart of Mr. Graham's already successful venue, Fillmore West, located in San Francisco, California. From its inception until it's closing on June 27, 1971, the Fillmore East hosted Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Frank Zappa, The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, the Jefferson Airplane, Taj Mahal, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Led Zepplin, Country Joe MacDonald, the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha Na Na, Van Morrison, Derek & The Dominoes and more. Fillmore East became known as "The Church of Rock and Roll."  It is a tribute to the WUNH vinyl collection and to FE that all of the live music that you heard this evening were on record compliations of recordings done at that venerable venue and are currently part of our historic record collection here at the radio station. Thanks to my rock-and-roll brother, JP, for letting me "let my freak flag fly" and thanks, listeners of the Freewaves, for being there, always.Suellen