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Circa 72 Glass Harp's first DVD release

Download movie clipKnown to fans and collectors to have been in existence for over 30 years, this live performance is part of rock history as one of the first-ever live television and radio simulcasts of a rock concert. Circa 72 has been digitally remastered to provide a pristine portal to the past. Available for the first time ever, Circa 72 finally allows the viewer to witness the legendary group’s live performance at the outset of their storied career. The DVD will also include several special features including outtakes and a commentary track by the band.

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DVD Contents:

The show runs 90 minutes, The out takes about 20 minutes,
Home Movies About 20 minutes and Easter egg about 20 minutes, commentary 90 minutes

Songs performed:
Look In The Sky
Never Is A Long Time
Let All The Bells Ring
Song In The Air
Song Of Hope
Can You See Me
Do Lord

Formed in Youngstown, OH in the late 1960’s, guitarist Phil Keaggy, drummer John Sferra and bassist Daniel Pecchio found themselves at the onset of what is now known as the “jam band” scene. Although Glass Harp released three studio albums on the Decca label (recently reissued on the Music Mill label w/bonus tracks), it was the band’s highly energetic and wildly improvisational live concerts that fueled the band’s legend. Concert goers from the Fillmore West to Carnegie Hall were turned to instant fans; an ongoing tale even has Jimi Hendrix citing Phil Keaggy as the greatest guitar player he had ever seen.

Today, Glass Harp’s music has been cited as an influence over an astounding variety of artists.

Live! Circa 72 is now available. Click add to cart button to order.

Here's an interesting morsel of info, compliments of E. Pecchio.

1972 Feb 26, the day after the PBS simul-cast, GH played at Akron Civic Theatre, Oh. with Uriah Heep.

On Feb. 25, The night before the simul-cast, they played the Cleveland Agora.