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Heston wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 4:40pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:39pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:23pm
Based on the clothes and the photos from around that time, I'm assuming that's Feb 8th or 9th 79 either bay area or LA area. There's a photo of them seemingly in the central valley with the same clothes on which suggests it was the same day as the supermarket pics.
Lots of shots on the highway, embankment and of an outdoor market sale in Gruen's brilliant Clash book.
I think the outdoor market sale was at the Sausalito flea market. Our friend with the GEER demo tape relayed me with that info. :rolleyes:
Definitely the Sausalito flea market, before they played the San Fran gig. Bob's photos of them on Mount Tamalpais are great.

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Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 7:06pm
Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:43pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:39pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:23pm
Based on the clothes and the photos from around that time, I'm assuming that's Feb 8th or 9th 79 either bay area or LA area. There's a photo of them seemingly in the central valley with the same clothes on which suggests it was the same day as the supermarket pics.
Lots of shots on the highway, embankment and of an outdoor market sale in Gruen's brilliant Clash book.
Was just thinking about picking it up, but saw the price tag...
This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Crazy money and not even the first edition.
This is my copy.
My copy looks like yours, but the red part is a detachable obi.

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TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 7:10pm
And just to give Gil the friendly razz, the Fillmore District is generally known as The Fillmore, so the title White Riot in the Fillmore is correct, though the venue is not specifically the Fillmore.
I think that’s what I essentially wrote:
BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
06 Mar 2021, 10:42pm
Regarding “White Riot in the Fillmore!” on the flyer, “the Fillmore” refers to the Fillmore District, not the venue The Fillmore. The Peoples Temple was a completely different building, located to the right of the Temple Beautiful/Geary Temple.

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Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 8:43pm
TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
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And just to give Gil the friendly razz, the Fillmore District is generally known as The Fillmore, so the title White Riot in the Fillmore is correct, though the venue is not specifically the Fillmore.
Yeah I did mention that. Still artwork amended now so hopefully he'll be happy.
Cheers!

I think Mr. Chuck Prophet and The Temple Beautiful Memorial Band would be happy, too.



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Hi Gil! Hope all our friends are well up in S.F.

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BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 11:42pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 7:06pm
Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:43pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:39pm


Lots of shots on the highway, embankment and of an outdoor market sale in Gruen's brilliant Clash book.
Was just thinking about picking it up, but saw the price tag...
This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Crazy money and not even the first edition.
This is my copy.
My copy looks like yours, but the red part is a detachable obi.
I actually found mine in a cave and had to prize it from the fingers of a skeleton. It was next to a pile of copper scrolls but I though it would be easier to just carry the book home. ;)
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Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:43pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:39pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:23pm
Based on the clothes and the photos from around that time, I'm assuming that's Feb 8th or 9th 79 either bay area or LA area. There's a photo of them seemingly in the central valley with the same clothes on which suggests it was the same day as the supermarket pics.
Lots of shots on the highway, embankment and of an outdoor market sale in Gruen's brilliant Clash book.
Was just thinking about picking it up, but saw the price tag...
This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Abebooks has copies that are more affordable.
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09 Mar 2021, 11:18pm
The Pier show used to be on the Megalist but the link is now long dead. I've asked around for others to check if they have it. So I can check to see if it's fit for a remaster. Do you have it?
Hey Marky. Are you still looking for The Clash - Pier 84, New York, 08-31-1982? I grabbed it off the Megalist a while back.

https://mega.nz/file/3tEThCQa#YuEPYKdHX ... GF5n4jvVtA
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 7:29am
Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:43pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:39pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:23pm
Based on the clothes and the photos from around that time, I'm assuming that's Feb 8th or 9th 79 either bay area or LA area. There's a photo of them seemingly in the central valley with the same clothes on which suggests it was the same day as the supermarket pics.
Lots of shots on the highway, embankment and of an outdoor market sale in Gruen's brilliant Clash book.
Was just thinking about picking it up, but saw the price tag...
This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Abebooks has copies that are more affordable.
Thanks Doc, I continued searching yesterday and found a used "very good" condition on Bilbio books for $27. Cover even looks like the one Marky posted, so it may be a first edition. Just glad to find one that wasn't at a ridiculously inflated price.

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Kimmelweck wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 8:29am
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 11:18pm
The Pier show used to be on the Megalist but the link is now long dead. I've asked around for others to check if they have it. So I can check to see if it's fit for a remaster. Do you have it?
Hey Marky. Are you still looking for The Clash - Pier 84, New York, 08-31-1982? I grabbed it off the Megalist a while back.

https://mega.nz/file/3tEThCQa#YuEPYKdHX ... GF5n4jvVtA
Thanks mate much appreciated. Laxman has also uploaded a copy but his is at 128mp3 only. There are two different versions of the same source I believe. So I'll have a play around. 👍😎
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TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
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Hi Gil! Hope all our friends are well up in S.F.
Hi Teddy, we're doing OK. I last hung out with Rudy and others in January...masked up, of course.

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Marky Dread wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 6:28am
BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 11:42pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 7:06pm
Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm
matedog wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 3:43pm

Was just thinking about picking it up, but saw the price tag...
This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Crazy money and not even the first edition.
This is my copy.
My copy looks like yours, but the red part is a detachable obi.
I actually found mine in a cave and had to prize it from the fingers of a skeleton. It was next to a pile of copper scrolls but I though it would be easier to just carry the book home. ;)
I find the obi to be unnecessary, though. It's an essential Clash photo book, like Pennie Smith's Before & After.

What are the cross streets of this cave venue? :shifty:

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BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 11:16pm
TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:
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Hi Gil! Hope all our friends are well up in S.F.
Hi Teddy, we're doing OK. I last hung out with Rudy and others in January...masked up, of course.
Hope to see you all up there sometime soon(ish).

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BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 11:29pm
Marky Dread wrote:
10 Mar 2021, 6:28am
BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 11:42pm
Marky Dread wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 7:06pm
Sparky wrote:
09 Mar 2021, 6:40pm

This piqued my interest until I saw the price on Amazon. All I can say is "wow".
Crazy money and not even the first edition.
This is my copy.
My copy looks like yours, but the red part is a detachable obi.
I actually found mine in a cave and had to prize it from the fingers of a skeleton. It was next to a pile of copper scrolls but I though it would be easier to just carry the book home. ;)
I find the obi to be unnecessary, though. It's an essential Clash photo book, like Pennie Smith's Before & After.

What are the cross streets of this cave venue? :shifty:
Yeah it's a brilliant and essential book as is Pennie's.

The cave is situated at the cross streets of Bedrock and Flintstone. :approve:
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Thanks for the Agora show Marky, great setlist. Cheers.

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