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Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music

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Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music 1970

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The Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music June 27 - 28 1970 8mm film

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Colosseum - Bath Festival 1970 Audience Recording

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Led Zeppelin - Bath Festival 1970 (8mm Video) RARE!!

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Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin (live Shepton Mallet 1970-06-28)

The Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music was a counterculture era music festival held at the Royal Bath and West Showground in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England on 27–29 June 1970. Bands such as Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin performed, and the festival was widely bootlegged. An 'alternative festival' was staged in an adjoining field where the Pink Fairies, Yes, Genesis, and Hawkwind played on the back of a flatbed truck. Michael Eavis was attendant at the festival and was inspired to hold later that year the first event of what would become the Glastonbury festival of contemporary performing arts.
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