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Fox Theatre - October 18, 1972

Fox Theatre

October 18, 1972

St. Louis, MO US

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Average: 4.8 (6 votes)

Set List:

Bertha
Me and My Uncle
Don't Ease Me In
Mexicali Blues
B.E,Women
Beat it on Down the Line
Bird Song
Big River
Loser
Jack Straw
Big Railroad Blues
El Paso
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Playing in the Band
drums
Dark Star
Momin Dew
Playing in the Band
Friend of the Devil
Promised Land
Brokedown Palace
Saturday Nigh
Casey Jones

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Sunshine-daydream1951's picture
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This is a great show, in Great quality

I love the Phil Jam out of Dark Star, hopefully i have the right show

why is this Fox Theater called the "fabulous"

Bob

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The Philo Stomp

This theatre was the host venue for Chuck Berry's 60th birthday bash, as chronicled in the film "Hail Hail Rock 'n Roll."
Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and many others showed up and played a great gig there. Some wonderful shots in the film feature the interior of this hall and all it's 30's Movie Palace Granduer. Also featured is Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry's piano player (and also -I think- Ratdog's piano player from back in the mid- 90's as well.
The Phil-led jam out of Dark Star is what is sometmes referred to as the 'Philo Jam,' or 'Philo Stomp.' Not uncommon to hear where recordings from the Fall of '72 are concerned.

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This shows Is on

Hot Hotter the hot.Listening to this one this morning. Dam they were so on back then.

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Fox Theatre - October 18, 1972