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You probably already know, but there's a Bath festival website at:
It doesn't look like its been updated since last summer, but it says this:
Film of Bath
For years I've been wondering if there was any footage taken of the festival. Finally Henrietta Bannister has cleared up the matter.
"I regret we do not have any film of the Bath Festivals. There was a professional film made of the 1970 festival by a company called Gentle Ghost ( for which we still own the rights) but goodness knows what has happened to it. If you hear anything your end I should be really grateful if you would let me know."
Ok so now you all know that film did exist , lets collectively get looking for the company ! I'm sure if the Bannister's do find the film they will release it - which would be incredible after all these years .
Video footage of Bath
Apparently the festival was the first in the UK to be videotaped. The good news is that the footage has surfaced and has been edited by a company in LA who are now looking for a distributor . This is all the detail I know of at the moment , no idea of who is on the film , or when , if ever, it will be released,so please don't deluge me for more info , when I hear more it will surface on this site. Lets keep the fingers crossed that it might eventually see the light of day.
Jefferson Airplane set:
June 29 1970
Somebody to Love
The Other Side of This Life
Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon
3/5th Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
Rock Me Baby
The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil
Set length 54 minutes
Hot Tuna (w/Marty) set:
June 28, 1970
Baby What You Want Me To Do
Come Back Baby
The Old Man
Up Or Down
You Wear Your Dresses Too Short
For further info, photos and eyewitness accounts, visit the website, which is quite good.
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