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    Grateful Dead "Bloom" Fillmore West Concert Calendar Poster #BG133 (Bill Graham, 1968) A larger than usual rock poster for a larger than usual set of shows. This calendar covers the last half of August 1968 for shows at the Fillmore West. They were the Who with James Cotton, Creedence Clearwater Revival with It's A Beautiful Day, Grateful Dead with Kaleidoscope, and Quicksilver Messenger Service with Spooky Tooth. Considered one of the "Top 10" of the Bill Graham poster series, its popularity can be traced to the fact of Rick Griffin and Alton Kelly's great artwork, plus the fact that it has both the Who and Dead featured on it. The overall size of this poster is 22" x 29" and it's in VG+ condition, with only a few corner dings keeping it from grading higher. Still, this black poster is hard to come by in any shape, let alone one this nice!

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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